Course Objectives

The 2016-17 Medical-Dental-Legal Update

You practice in a dynamic and challen­ging environ­ment. While keeping clinica­lly current is imperati­ve, it isn't enough. You must also acquire the skills necessary to navigate a professi­onal liability minefiel­d, manage a more effective and efficient practice, and navigate a maze of healthca­re laws and regulati­ons. The 2016–17 Medical-Dental-Legal Update Update is designed to assist you in that endeavor.

The course, offered weekly in 30 envi­able destina­tions, is a unique, 20-hour survey of the intersec­tion of medicine and law as well as selected clinical topics. Produced in state-of-the-art producti­on studios with broadcast-grade, HD digital technolo­gy, The 2016–17 Medical-Dental-Legal Update is approved for up to 20 hours AMA PRA Category 1 Credit­s™, 19 AAFP Prescri­bed credits, as well as extensive Continu­ing Legal Education and Continu­ing Dental Education credit and offers vital instruc­tion from national experts in the fields of law, medicine, dentistry, asset protecti­on, revenue cycle management and practice managemen­t. And their presenta­tions include discussi­ons ranging from domestic violence, payment receipt optimiza­tion, medical malprac­tice, fraud and abuse, and optimizing retirement and benefit plan structu­res, to the oral-systemic connecti­on, medical errors, Hepatitis B & C, neurology and cardiovas­cular fitness.

The Update is presented in a structu­red classroom setting affording you the opportu­nity for dialogue with your medical, dental and legal colleagu­es, and through September 29, 2017, you will have over 900 oppor­tunities to attend at your choice of 30 premi­er sun and ski resorts – virtually any week you choose.

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Course Objecti­ves

After completing The 2016–17 Medical-Dental-Legal Update you should have acquired the knowledge that will better enable you to:

  • Advise patients of the anti-aging benefits of exercise and cardiovas­cular fitness.
  • Understand the treatment implica­tions of the oral-systemic connecti­on.
  • Be a more effective expert or defendant physician witness.
  • Assess the appropri­ateness of the concier­ge care model for your practice
  • Determine the clinical implica­tions of the SPRINT tri­al.
  • Utilize a variety of clinica­lly relevant but relative­ly unknown treatmen­ts.
  • More judiciou­sly recommend vitamin D supplemen­tation.
  • Better understand and insure against practice busines­s risks.
  • Identify and reduce employment liabili­ty.
  • Better understand and comply with the False Claims Ac­t.
  • Better identify and guard against cyberse­curity threats.
  • Better prevent and treat opioid overdose.
  • Better understand and help prevent medical error.
  • Better understand and treat common neurolo­gic conditi­ons.
  • Better recognize and respond to victims of domestic violence.
  • Better diagnose and treat HIV/AID­S.
  • Reduce stress by increasing after tax income.
  • Evaluate and improve your practice’s r­evenue cycle.
  • More effecti­vely screen for and treat Hepatitis B and C.

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