Coaxum will present a one hour CME program on "Transitioning to ICD-10" on June 30 at George Brown Convention Center, Houston. The program will help prepare medical offices for the upcoming change in diagnostic coding conventions that will impact physician reimbursement.
“NATA will see hundreds of Physicians come together on common platform and celebrate their culture,” said Srilatha Reddy, M.D., P.A., Co-Chair of the NATA-CME Committee. “I have heard PMI's lectures through several Webinars and listening sites and found them to be very educational. We are very excited to collaborate with PMI for our upcoming Convention in June and hopefully many more in the future.”
NATA is a leading non-profit cultural organization serving the Telugu community in the US and Canada. Created under the stewardship of prominent Telugu leaders, Dr. Prem Reddy, Dr. Pailla Malla Reddy, and other members, NATA is involved in community affairs, social service, student assistance, and promotion of Telugu language and heritage.
Registration for the conference is still open at the organization’
Practice Management Institute® (PMI) is the training, networking and credentialing source for medical office professionals. For 30 years, physicians and their staff have looked to PMI for skills that contribute to a more efficient, profitable and compliant office. Classes are hosted in 300 of the nation's leading hospitals, medical societies and colleges. PMI awards certification by exam to accomplished medical office coding, reimbursement, and management professionals. In all, 17,000 medical office professionals have earned their credentials through PMI.