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Nursing Home Place of Service Audits


Nursing Home Place of Service Audits- Billing, Coding, Documentation, and Clinical Care


  • This course provides for 3.0 CECH
  • Estimated time to complete the activity - This is a 3 hour program with the quiz and survey. The entire program will take approximately 3.5 hours to complete
  • The course was originally released in 2023
  • There is a post assesment quiz at the end of the event. A score of 76% or better is required to pass the course.

  • Learning Objectives:

  • •Understand proper documentation to qualify patients for At Risk Foot Care.
  • • Know the proper follow-up afterqualifying patients for At Risk Foot Care.
  • • Produce proper documentation of thepatient’s status and the care provided.
  • •Know the proper method of billing for thecare you provided.
  • •Understand how to address QualityReporting for MIPS for your nursing homepatients.
  • Course Staff

    Michael Warshaw, DPM

    About the Speaker:

    Michael Warshaw, DPM

    Michael G. Warshaw, DPM, CSFAC, CPC. CPODCS, COCS. CMSCCS| Dr. Warshaw is a practicing podiatrist and a Certified Professional Coder with over 25 years of successful coding, management, and training experience for podiatric practices. He is a national lecturer concerning coding issues. Dr. Warshaw has had the additional advantage of participating in all facets of the Medicare Appeals Process, including Redeterminations, Reconsiderations, and Administrative Law Judge Hearings, as well as the appeals processes of most commercial insurance companies and state Medicaid programs. Dr. Warshaw is the author of The Podiatry Coding Manual, a comprehensive coding manual specific for podiatry that is updated annually..

    Allen Jacobs, DPM

    About the Speaker:

    Allen Jacobs, DPM

    Allen Mark Jacobs, DPM| Dr. Jacobs is in private practice in St. Louis, Missouri. He is board certified in reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. For 25 years, Dr. Jacobs served as a Director of Podiatric Surgical Residency Training; and has also served as a contributing editor to the Journal of Foot Surgery, Podiatry Today, Foot and Ankle Quarterly, and Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Jacobs is widely published and a national speaker on podiatric medicine and surgery.

    Michael Brody, DPM

    About the Speaker:

    Michael Brody, DPM

    Michael Brody, DPM | Dr. Brody is in private practice in New York. He has served on the Health Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP), the Standards and Interoperability Framework (S&I), as a member of the Ambulatory Care Committee at the Certification Commission on Health Information Technology (CCHIT), as a member of the Physicians Committee at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and numerous other organizations. He is currently a co-Chair of the EHR workgroup at Health Level Seven International (HL7). Dr. Brody has held staff appointments at several Colleges of Podiatry and is a nationally recognized lecturer on compliance.


    Free for Attendees of the 2023 Nurshing Home Program $45 for all others

    Intended Audience : Podiatrists

    Refund Policy

    No refunds are available for online courses

    Compliance Statement

    In accordance with the Council on Podiatric Medical Education's Standards and Requirements for Approval of Providers of Continuing Education in Podiatric Medicine, any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests of faculty, planning committee, or any others who have influence over the content of this educational activity must be disclosed to program participants. Neither nor the planning committe have any financial relationships to disclose

    Commercial Interests: None for this course.

    For more information contact CMEonline

    CMEonline is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. CMEonline has approved this activity for a maximum of 3.0 continuing education contact hours.