Medicare Learning Network® (MLN) Medicare Parts C and D Compliance and Fraud, Waste, and Abuse (FWA) Trainings

Click Here to obtain Compliance Training Certification for Free

https://learner.mlnlms.com/Default.aspx

CMS Compliance Program requirements are located in Chapter 9 and 21 of the Medicare Care Manual.

https://www.cms.gov/Regulations-and-Guidance/Guidance/Manuals/Internet-Only-Manuals-IOMs-Items/CMS019326.html

Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) Resource Links: 

CMS Link: https://qpp.cms.gov/    (Identify Quality Measures to Report)

American Medical Association AMA – https://apps.ama-assn.org/pme/#/

Athena Link: athenahealth.com/MACRA/Readiness

AHCCCS Compliance Program is located in the AHCCS Contractor Operations Manual (Policies 103, 104, and 438); the AHCCS Medical Policy Manual (AMPM): https://azahcccs.gov/PlansProviders/GuidesManualsPolicies/index.html

ICD-10 Coding Roundtable Meetings – Arizona Health Information Management Association (AzHIMA)

Webinars offered by Navicure – CEU Accredited  

Webinars offered by MedTrainer – Compliance Management Suite

Webinars offered by First Healthcare Compliance – CEU Accredited

BizMed Offers NCQA PCMH Recognition Support 

Health Services Advisory Group and AZ Regional Extension Center 

Do you have an Electronic Health Record (EHR)?
Are you or someone you know struggling with Meaningful Use?
Arizona’s Regional Extension Center is here for you! Learn more and find out if you qualify
Call the REC at 602-688-7200 or fill out an interest form at www.arizonarec.org! For future webinars and local events click here 

Helpful Resources and Tool Kits for Medicare Providers from the Health Services Advisory Group

https://www.hsag.com/en/medicare-providers/states-of-service/arizona/

The Smoking Cessation Leadership Center (SCLC) currently has 12 webinars available for continuing education credit for physicians and allied health professionals. The two most recent webinars, “An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing: Focus on Tobacco Use and Dependence” (co-hosted by AAFP) and “Integrating Medications into Smoking Cessation Treatment: The Basics are now available! Click Here for  a Complete list of Webinars available, some at no cost Joanna Newton, MC, LISAC Healthcare Liaison and Trainer Maricopa County Department of Public Health Office of Tobacco and Chronic Disease Prevention O: (602) 372-8421 | C: (480) 201-4539 joannanewton@mail.maricopa.gov

ASHLine Arizona Smokers’ Helpline

Charles Carpenter, DC 602-372-8416 charlescarpenter@mail.Maricopa.gov

WIC Maricopa County Women Infants and Children

If you are in need of services including emergency shelter, food boxes, eviction prevention, substance abuse treatment or other community based services in Maricopa County, please dial 2-1-1 or visit their website: https://211arizona.org/maricopa/

Community Information and Referral Services

Discover Thousands of Free and Almost Free Services in Maricopa County http://www.findhelpphx.org

Maricopa County Calendar of Events

 

Volunteering and Health Awareness Resources:

Raises awareness on the dangers of addiction and helps local communities stay drug-free (https://addictionresource.com/)

American Society of Addiction Medicine, promotes drug abuse prevention and treatment (http://www.asam.org/)

Teen Drug Abuse Resources for Parents -Provides parents with the information they need, to be guiding lights for their children and teens regarding drug and substance abuse.

A Substance Abuse Guide For Parents

 

Arizona Rx Card – Free Statewide Prescription Assistance Program

­Arizona RX Card, the free and simple Pharmacy Prescription coupon card. Many Arizonans have been hit hard by the rising costs of medications. This card was created to give you a simple way to get substantial discounts on spiraling prescription drug prices. Contact the ASPA office to obtain the Arizona RX Cards for distribution.