A Two-Part Webinar Series, “HIV Telehealth Billing” and “HIV Telehealth Privacy and Security”.

10/08/2020

Thursday

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Timezone - CST

Questions?

Kayla Lowe
(217) 522-5687

The Illinois Public Health Association’s HIV Third-Party Billing Project invites you to a two-part webinar series, “Telehealth HIV Billing” and “Telehealth HIV Privacy and Security”.

 

Telehealth HIV Billing Webinar

Attendees will learn about:

  • Telehealth HIV Billing overview
  • Telehealth and HIV Billing Key Terminology
  • Key steps for telehealth HIV billing
  • Required documentation and information for telehealth billing
  • Review latest legislation surround telehealth billing

Watch the webinar: https://ipha.adobeconnect.com/pql13wypt4gm/

Presentation Slides:PowerPoint PDF 10.1.20

White Paper: Telehealth HIV Billing

 

Telehealth HIV Privacy and Security Webinar:

Attendees will learn about:

  • Telehealth HIV Privacy and Security overview
  • Telehealth HIV Security Safeguards
  • Telehealth HIV Privacy Safeguards
  • Informed Consent for Telehealth
  • HIV Record Maintenance for Telehealth Public Health Encounters
    1. Including Information Blocking Act
  • Telehealth Privacy and Security Recent Legislation

Watch the webinar: https://ipha.adobeconnect.com/pvb8bbhlgx6g/

Presentation Slides: PowerPoint PDF 10.8.20

White Paper: Telehealth HIV Privacy and Security

 

Presenter:  Shefali Mookencherry, MPH, MSMIS, RHIA, CHPS, HCISPP

Shefali Mookencherry has extensive experience in the HIPAA, healthcare IT/finance, Meaningful Use, contracting, credentialing, and revenue cycle areas, including 20+ years in the healthcare industry, with nine spent in senior management positions. She has conducted various contracting, credentialing, and HIPAA education, training, compliance assessments/analyses for various clients including public health departments/associations, small physician practices, IT vendors to larger integrated delivery networks and academic institutions.

 

This webinar series is being presented through funding from the Illinois Department of Public Health.