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AAOMS-American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

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The mission of AAOMS is to contribute to the public welfare by advancement of the profession of dentistry and in particular the specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery; to foster programs of education, research, standards of practice and scientific investigation in the specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery; to provide a means of self-government relating to professional standards, ethical behavior and responsibilities of its fellows and members; and to provide opportunities for social and professional development.


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    • Boston, États-Unis
    • 415 Summer Street
      États-Unis
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    Sept
    16

    2019

    101st Annual Meeting, Scientific Sessions and Exhibition

    Boston, États-Unis
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  • <p></p><p>Day on the Hill is an event established to encourage OMSs to come together as advocates for the specialty. Legislators are most receptive to the voices of their constituents, so it is important that you, as both an OMS and a constituent, meet with your congressional offices to educate and inform them about the issues that are important to the field, your practice and your patients.<br><br>Day on the Hill gives members the opportunity to hear from members of Congress and AAOMS lobbyists on the state of play in Washington, learn tips for advocating, and conveniently visit Capitol Hill for meetings with policymakers about the issue affecting the specialty.<br><br>By participating in Day on the Hill, you will be a part of the OMS Action Network, a special group of members who actively cultivate AAOMS’s advocacy impact in Washington!<br><br>This is your chance to:</p><ul><li>Be Involved in the Political Process</li><li>Influence Federal Policy-Makers</li><li>Explain How Federal Legislation and Regulation Impacts Your Practice and Patients</li><li>Be a Voice for the Specialty</li></ul><p></p>
    • Washington, États-Unis
    • 999 9th Street Northwest
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    21

    2017

    17th Annual AAOMS Day on the Hill 2017

    Washington, États-Unis
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  • <p>This four-hour anesthesia workshop for oral and maxillofacial surgery assistants allows for hands-on clinical training in assisting OMSs with the administration of anesthesia. Participants will rotate through multiple stations to include airway management; intubation; venipuncture; defibrillation; preparation of emergency drugs; and mini-code. Furthermore, registrants will be exposed to various airway adjuncts, critical cardiac dysrhythmias and defibrillation, and the use of the peak flow meter and glucometer. The course was been developed and is taught by members of the AAOMS Committee on Practice Management and Professional Allied Staff. Four hours of continuing education credit is provided.<br></p>
    • Chicago, États-Unis
    • 301 East North Water Street
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    03

    2016

    Anesthesia Assistants Skills Lab

    Chicago, États-Unis
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  • <p></p><p>The AAOMS Anesthesia Assistants Review Course is a continuing education course for clinical staff to improve their anesthesia knowledge and skills. Participants will benefit from this intensive review course which focuses on principles of anesthesia learned through structured training, as well as discussion of the latest innovations and methods of anesthesia administration, monitoring, and emergency management.</p><p>Taught by oral and maxillofacial surgeons, this comprehensive review course will include basic sciences, patient evaluation and preparation, anesthetic drugs and techniques, monitoring, and emergency procedures.</p><p>The Anesthesia Assistants Review Course is open to all members of dental anesthesia assisting teams. After completing the course, participants will be better prepared to assist in the administration of sedation and/or general anesthesia and patient monitoring in the office. The AARC also helps assistants prepare for the Dental Anesthesia Assistant National Certification Examination (DAANCE).</p><p></p>
    • Chicago, États-Unis
    • 301 East North Water Street
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    02

    2016

    Anesthesia Assistants Review Course

    Chicago, États-Unis
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  • <p></p><p>The 2016 Dental Implant Conference offers an intensive educational program of innovative techniques and procedures for the entire implant team, presented by an internationally renowned faculty of leaders in implant dentistry.</p><p>You'll also experience an exhibition of the most technologically advanced products and services available in the field, and the opportunity to network with colleagues from around the country.</p><p></p>
    • Chicago, États-Unis
    • 301 East North Water Street
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    01

    2016

    Dental Implant Conference 2016

    Chicago, États-Unis
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  • <p></p><p>New and updated content has been added to this two-day AAOMS Beyond the Basics coding workshop, which concentrates on different topics each day. Both days are necessary to achieve the maximum benefits this course has to offer. AAOMS encourages oral and maxillofacial surgeons to attend with their allied staff team. Participants must have a basic understanding of CDT, CPT, and ICD-10-CM. Basic coding knowledge or completion of the AAOMS Basic Coding course and AAOMS ICD-10-CM course is suggested before participating in this intermediate leve workshop. Bring your CPT, CDT, and ICD-10-CM coding books. This is a hands-on workshop and books are not sold on site.</p><p><b>At the conclusion of this workshop participants should be able to:</b></p><p></p><ul><li>Explain key healthcare reimbursement issues, the Correct Coding Initiative (CCI), the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), an overview of health reform and fraud and abuse;<br></li><li>Achieve compliance through appropriate documentation for services provided (eg, use of E/M guidelines);<br></li><li>Follow guidelines for coding anesthesia, applying associated modifiers and other coding trends;<br></li><li>Analyze clinical case studies to code OMS-specific procedures such as fractures and biopsies;<br></li><li>Describe the relationship of coding to third-party reimbursement;<br></li><li>Understand managed care contracting and how to conduct/respond to a health plan audit;<br></li><li>Gain an understanding of state insurance laws such as prompt payment and degree of provider; and<br></li><li>Understand insurance exchange products, embedded dental plans, and quality improvement programs.<br></li></ul><p></p><br><p></p>
    • Kansas City, États-Unis
    • 401 Ward Parkway
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    06

    2016

    Beyond the Basics Coding Workshop

    Kansas City, États-Unis
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  • <p>The time for in-depth ICD-10-CM coding education has come. This dynamic training program teaches oral and maxillofacial surgeons and their coding staff how to become proficient in the new ICD-10-CM coding system. With the increased specificity of ICD-10-CM and its additional diagnosis codes, it is vital to understand how to determine the correct code for every diagnosis. In this course, you will learn about the history, structure, and format of ICD-10-CM, and how it compares to ICD-9-CM. You will also learn how to apply the new coding conventions and guidelines to OMS diagnostic code assignment. This dynamic training program will help you make the transition to ICD-10-CM as seamless as possible for your practice.<br></p><p></p><p><b>Learning Objectives</b></p><p>Upon successful completion of this course, you will:</p><p></p><ul><li>Identify the similarities and differences between ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM.<br></li><li>Follow ICD-10-CM coding conventions.<br></li><li>Apply definitions and guidelines to determine the correct code for a diagnosis.<br></li><li>Assign accurate ICD-10-CM codes to OMS-related diagnoses<br></li></ul><p></p><p></p>
    • Kansas City, États-Unis
    • 401 Ward Parkway
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    05

    2016

    ICD-10-CM Coding Workshop

    Kansas City, États-Unis
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  • <p>This four- hour anesthesia workshop for oral and maxillofacial surgery assistants allows for hands-on clinical training in assisting OMSs with the administration of anesthesia. Participants will rotate through multiple stations to include airway management; intubation; venipuncture; defibrillation; preparation of emergency drugs; and mini-code. Furthermore, registrants will be exposed to various airway adjuncts, critical cardiac dysrhythmias and defibrillation, and the use of the peak flow meter and glucometer. The course was been developed and is taught by members of the AAOMS Committee on Practice Management and Professional Allied Staff. Four hours of continuing education credit is provided.<br></p>
    • Las Vegas, États-Unis
    • 3950 South Las Vegas Boulevard
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    Sept
    22

    2016

    Anesthesia Assistants Skills Lab

    Las Vegas, États-Unis
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  • <p></p><p>New and updated content has been added to this two-day AAOMS Beyond the Basics coding workshop, which concentrates on different topics each day. Both days are necessary to achieve the maximum benefits this course has to offer. AAOMS encourages oral and maxillofacial surgeons to attend with their allied staff team. Participants must have a basic understanding of CDT, CPT, and ICD-10-CM. Basic coding knowledge or completion of the AAOMS Basic Coding course and AAOMS ICD-10-CM course is suggested before participating in this intermediate leve workshop. Bring your CPT, CDT, and ICD-10-CM coding books. This is a hands-on workshop and books are not sold on site. Registration for the AAOMS Beyond the Basics Coding Workshop in September is separate from annual meeting registration. Registration for one does not secure registration for the other.<br><br>At the conclusion of this workshop participants should be able to:</p><ul><li>Explain key healthcare reimbursement issues, the Correct Coding Initiative (CCI), the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), an overview of health reform and fraud and abuse;</li><li>Achieve compliance through appropriate documentation for services provided (eg, use of E/M guidelines);</li><li>Follow guidelines for coding anesthesia, applying associated modifiers and other coding trends;</li><li>Analyze clinical case studies to code OMS-specific procedures such as fractures and biopsies;</li><li>Describe the relationship of coding to third-party reimbursement;</li><li>Understand managed care contracting and how to conduct/respond to a health plan audit;</li><li>Gain an understanding of state insurance laws such as prompt payment and degree of provider; and</li><li>Understand insurance exchange products, embedded dental plans, and quality improvement programs.</li></ul><p></p>
    • Las Vegas, États-Unis
    • 3950 South Las Vegas Boulevard
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    Sept
    21

    2016

    Beyond the Basics Coding Workshop

    Las Vegas, États-Unis
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  • <p></p><p>The time for in-depth ICD-10-CM coding education has come. This dynamic training program teaches oral and maxillofacial surgeons and their coding staff how to become proficient in the new ICD-10-CM coding system. With the increased specificity of ICD-10-CM and its additional diagnosis codes, it is vital to understand how to determine the correct code for every diagnosis. In this course, you will learn about the history, structure, and format of ICD-10-CM, and how it compares to ICD-9-CM. You will also learn how to apply the new coding conventions and guidelines to OMS diagnostic code assignment. This dynamic training program will help you make the transition to ICD-10-CM as seamless as possible for your practice.</p><p><br></p><p></p><p><b>Learning Objectives</b></p><p>Upon successful completion of this course, you will:</p><p></p><ul><li>Identify the similarities and differences between ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM.<br></li><li>Follow ICD-10-CM coding conventions.<br></li><li>Apply definitions and guidelines to determine the correct code for a diagnosis.<br></li><li>Assign accurate ICD-10-CM codes to OMS-related diagnoses.<br></li></ul><p></p><p></p><p></p>
    • Las Vegas, États-Unis
    • 3950 South Las Vegas Boulevard
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    Sept
    20

    2016

    ICD-10-CM Coding Workshop

    Las Vegas, États-Unis
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    • 9700 Bryn Mawr Avenue
      60018 Rosemont
      United States
    • Tel : +(847) 678-6200
    • Fax : +(847)678 6286
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