Live Workshop


 Roadmap to Reform (R2R): Cardiac Rehabilitation for the Future - The Time Is Now

Monday, March 13th, 2017
12PM - 6PM ET

Phoenix Park Hotel 
520 North Capitol St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Instructors: Thomas A. Draper, MBA, FAACVPR, FACCA, President, AACVPR; Dale Summers, Director, Division of Finance and Benefits, CMS; Christa M. Zalewski, RN, BSN, Division of Finance and Benefits, CMS; Karen Lui, RN, MS, MAACVPR; Marjorie King, MD, FACC, MAACVPR; Steven Keteyian, PhD, FAACVPR; Amy Knight, PhD; Ana Mola, PhD, MAACVPR; Todd Brown, MD, FAACVPR, President Elect, AACVPR

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This workshop is being made possible, in part, by an educational grant from Life Systems International (LSI): 

  

This workshop will be held in conjunction with AACVPR's 2017 Day on the Hill (DOTH)Click here for more information on DOTH. Registration for DOTH is complimentary!

In July 2017 the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is implementing two pilot reimbursement models creating incentives for hospitals to deliver better cardiac interventions at a lower cost. With respect to cardiac rehabilitation (CR) services, the new structure includes bundled payment models for AMI and CABG and an additional CR incentive reimbursement. As a national leader in CR services, AACVPR has assembled a group of experts in the field to present a workshop to help you understand these models and guide you through changes that will enhance your program's ability to improve services to patients.

After completing this workshop, you will be able to:
- Assess their program’s strengths and weaknesses
- Build new initiatives to enhance their program’s sustainability
- Design effective methods for improving patient adherence and compliance
- Understand challenges of the forthcoming regulatory environment

    Agenda:

    Click here to review the workshop's agenda

    Registration Options:

    Registration Option

    Price

    Day on the Hill (DOTH) 2017

    Free!

    DOTH & R2R Workshop

    $160

    DOTH & R2R Workshop, plus Recording

    $200

    R2R Workshop, only

    $160

    R2R Workshop, only, plus Recording

    $200


    Click the green registration button above to register for DOTH and/or the R2R Workshop!

    Hotel Information:

    Phoenix Park Hotel
    520 North Capitol St NW, Washington, DC 20001

    Rate: $259 single/executive king room

    Reservation information will be provided in your Registration Confirmation Email!

    CE Credit:
    This activity has been planned and implemented by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR) for the advancement of patient care.  Successful completion of a post assessment and completion of a course evaluation are required to earn continuing education credit.

     

    AACVPR is approved as a nurse continuing education sponsor (License # 236000060) by the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. AACVPR designates this live Webcast for 6.0 continuing education (CE) credits for advanced practice nurses, registered nurses, and licensed practice nurses.

    This course has been approved by the Professional Education Committee of the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation for a maximum of 6.0 AACVPR Continuing Education Credits

    To Claim CE:
    Successful completion is required in order to claim CE including 100% score on the knowledge assessment and completion of the course evaluation.

     

    Instructions will be sent following the live workshop on how to access and take the knowledge assessment and course evaluation.


    Additional CEC will be available to purchase for $30 for those who view the Workshop Recording with a paid registrant. The Additional CE product will only include the CE Knowledge Assessment, not the Workshop Recording or Presentation Materials. More information on additional will be available in April 2017.


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