The 31st Annual Meeting of the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR), taking place Sept. 7-10, promises to be its most significant in many years. As a Crown Level Supporter of AACVPR, ScottCare is proud to support this year's conference through our exhibit and vendor session (see details below), and we're excited to re-connect with our customer, colleague and partner friends to both educate and celebrate!
We're particularly excited to sponsor this year's luncheon session on Friday, Sept. 9. We encourage you to pre-register now for "Staying Ahead of the Curve: Next Generation Cardiac and Pulmonary ITPs" presented by:
- Barbara B. Flato
MSN, RN-BC, CCRP, FAACVPR
Cardiac Rehab Services Director
Christus Spohn Health System – Corpus Christi (TX)
- Connie Paladenech
RRT, RCP, FAARC
Manager, Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Wake Forest Baptist Health (NC)
Continual adaptation of practice is required for success, whether it's prompted by new scientific findings, the intersection of reimbursement with efficacy, or the industry push to individualize patient care. One of the more effective ways to stay ahead of the curve can be through the use of customizable ITPs because they offer an efficient means to achieve improved patient outcomes as well as to maintain compliance with regulatory requirements and AACVPR certification.
Please join our experts for insights, tactics and techniques on making the most of modern ITPs and experience how these documentation tools can help your patients reach their specific goals and beyond.
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Staying Ahead of the Curve: Next Generation Cardiac and Pulmonary ITPs
Friday, September 9 | 12:15 PM (lunch included)
Versailles Ballroom, 3rd Floor
Join us for fun and surprises each day at Booth 301!
We also invite you to view last year's vendor session with Tammy Garwick, MA, RCEP, Manager of Cardiac Rehab at Mount Carmel Health System (OH) who discussed, "Lessons Learned in the Treatment of CHF Patients." Her excellent presentation is immediately followed by Dean Diersing, MS, ACSM-RCEP, EP-C, CCRP, FAACVPR, Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehab Supervisor at the University Medical Center, Lubbock (TX), who shared his "Best Practices for Keeping Step with HIPAA Compliance." We are grateful to them both for sharing their time and expertise with their colleagues.