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Clinical Documentation: How to Write Efficient and Ethical Progress Notes, CE Course With Elizabeth Irias
By TherapyNotes, LLC on May 27, 2020
We're excited to offer our third free CE course, Clinical Documentation: How to Write Efficient and Ethical Progress Notes, developed in collaboration with Elizabeth Irias, founder of Clearly Clinical. Let's make those progress notes sharper, faster, and easier, and make sure that they're ethically-sound! This pre-recorded course explores the ethics of clinical documentation and helps clinicians integrate Medical Necessity into notes by offering easy-to-use strategies and tips, whether you accept third-party payments like commercial insurance or Medicare or operate a private-pay/cash-based practice. Additionally, this course will assist clinicians in separating what they really need to document and what they can omit, thereby saving time.
In this course, you will:
Provide a definition for the term ‘Medical Necessity’
Identify three or more important components of quality clinical documentation as they relate to Best Practice
List three or more ethical considerations that impact clinical documentation
We're pleased to offer this course with Elizabeth Irias completely free. You'll earn 1 CE hour (for either NBCC credit or APA credit) upon successful completion of the course, including an exam.
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