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The NPBusiness Show with Barbara C Phillips, NP
30 minutes | Dec 1, 2015
Job Hunting Like a Professional-NPBS27
The majority of clinicians - nurse practitioners and physician assistants are not business owners, but employees. However, even though we focus on business here, all professionals are business and need to understand that. On this episode of the NPBusiness Show & Podcast, I speak with Renee Dahring, NP and current president of the Minnesota APRN Coalition. She is also the NP behind the career blog at Advance for NPs and PAs and is known as the NPCareer Coach. While we, of course, spoke about business and related it to job hunting, Renee was also able to give us ideas how to prepare and approach an interview regardless if you are a NEW nurse practitioner or a seasoned one. Her biggest tips IMHO after having interviewed plenty of candidates are toward the end when she talks about the three biggest faux pas that nurse practitioner job candidates make. You'll want to take a listen for that. Enjoy the show, and happy job hunting!
9 minutes | Nov 10, 2015
Billing Incident-To? Here are the Rules - NPBS26
Does the idea of Incident To billing leave you perplexed? Are you working with individuals who insist that all your visited be billed out as incident-to? Well, this is what we are going to talk about today on the NPBusiness Show podcast. Announcements: NPWeek Webinars continue. The 3rd one is this week, Sunday, Nov 15, 2015. More details here. Sponsored by: NPBO™ Incident-To Billing Incident-to billing can be confusing. Many NPs find their employers wanting to do a lot of incident-to billing. The problem is it can potentially result in fraud charges if the rules are not followed. Define (as per CMS): “Incident to” services are defined as those services that are furnished incident to physician professional services in the physician’s office (whether located in a separate office suite or within an institution) or in a patient’s home. These services are billed as Part B services to your carrier as if you personally provided them, and are paid under the physician fee schedule. Allowable Discount: 15% to NPs and PAs. For example, if MD is allowed $100, NPs/PAs are allowed $85. Rules: First of all the visit takes place in the office. The physician must perform the initial service and continue to be actively involved in the course of treatment. The NP or PA sees the patient in follow-up for the identified problem and follows the plan of care. The physician MUST be in the office suite at the time the visit takes place, not necessarily in the exam room, but in the office incase “direct” supervision is required. The documentation needs to reflect the essential requirements for an incident to services. The NP or PA must be an employee or what medicare refers to as a “leased employee” or an “independent contractor” that is paid for by the physician and practice. Other Note: “Incident to” services are also relevant to services supervised by certain non-physician practitioners such as physician assistants, nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, nurse midwives, or clinical psychologists. These services are subject to the same requirements as physician-supervised services. Remember that “incident services” supervised by non-physician practitioners are reimbursed at 85 percent of the physician fee schedule. For clarity’s sake, this article will refer to “physician” services as inclusive of non-physician practitioners. CMS Documentation: http://go.cms.gov/1Y3xJ8H (shortened) Your Turn What's your experience with incident-to billing? .
17 minutes | Oct 28, 2015
025 SAGEClinician is now The NPBusiness Show
Podcasting Again! SAGEClinician is now the NPBusiness Show! Welcome to the new NPBusiness Show and podcast. You might remember this show as the SAGEClinician podcast. In this episode you'll hear: Why I have not published in a while. Why I changed the name Some announcements: Shout out to Dr. Rachel Silva and The Nurse Practitioner Show - check out her podcast. Thanks Rachel for having me on your show! NPWeek2015 - check out more details here. Why business is important for all Nurse Practitioners and why my new battle cry is #NoNPLeftBehind. Contracts and negotiations guide, available here. Ask Barbara. The question is "How can NPs most affect the bottom line of a practice?" Answer: Productivity, efficiency, correct documentation and billing. FPA - Webinars for your state groups? Contact me Goals with this new format is to keep the sessions shorter and more concise (we are all busy!), and most of all, to find a way to help ensure that #NoNPLeftBehind. So what about SAGEClinician. For the time being, the website and the first 24 episodes are still available. Eventually, I'll move them here to this site. They are not going to disappear.
34 minutes | Jan 21, 2015
SCP24: Integrative Wellness with Johnetta Miner, PhD, NP
Dr. Miner is a women's healthcare provider and a holistic NP working in New York State. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Miner is broadcasting the "HEALth Practitioner Podcast" and publishes on her website,"LifeStyleWellnessNetwork.com". Having done previous solo podcasts on a variety of health topics, her current podcast the "HEALth Practitioner Podcast" focuses on different healing modalities accessible to clinicians and consumers alike.The HEALth in her podcast stands for HEAL: Holistic, Engaged, Authentic, Leaders... The show introduces practitioners utilizing various modalities and discusses how clinicians and patients can integrate them into their communities. You can find the podcast at www.lifestylewellness.com. Dr. Minor also owns her integrated health website, lifestylewellnessnetwork.com. Here she works with consumers, clinicians and business owners who want to improve their health and lifestyle. Her website provides information on holistic health, touch healing, acupuncture, auricular acupuncture and general health information. She also provides access to a dispensary, where she can prescribe supplements for clients she works with in a coaching capacity. Dr. Minor points out that many healthcare institutions today have some form of holistic health integrated in their patient care. Many utilize therapies such as essential oils, Bach flower therapy, homeopathy, aroma therapy and healing touch therapy. Also, many educational institutions today offer training programs on integrative healthcare and integrative practices. Dr. Minor herself utilizes Reiki (and she is a Reiki master teacher), essential oils, auricular acupuncture and other modalities in her work. She believes that you become more integrative when you integrate the modality into your service and practice it yourself. Enjoy! Links: HEALth Practitioner Podcast - www.lifestylewellness.com Life Style Wellness Network - www.LifeStyleWellnessNetwork.com Twitter: www.Twitter.com/LWEnterprise Google+: www.google.com/+JohnettaMiner
34 minutes | Jan 7, 2015
SCP23: Nursing From Within with Elizabeth Scala
On this episode of SAGEClinician I have the pleasure of speaking with Elizabeth Scala, MSN/MBA, RN. Elizabeth Scala, author, speaker, certified Reiki Master and nurse, describes herself as a spiritual practice nurse, on a mission to shift her profession of nursing from the inside out. Applicable to all healthcare professionals but directed toward nurses, her goal is to see you reconnect with the original passion and desire that led you to enter your profession to begin with. Healthcare professionals today deal with high stress levels resulting from growing workloads, increasing regulations and complex technologies. All of this removes us further from our core mission – helping our patients. For this very reason the ability to take care of one-self is becoming ever important. Elizabeth knows that Reiki is one avenue that allows us to do just that. Even though difficult to explain in words, Reiki is a spiritual healing modality that allows us to return balance to our lives. It is a holistic practice that encourages healing and homeostasis to return to all aspects of life. Reiki is already utilized in healthcare in work with patients in hospice, in work with chronic pain conditions, PTSD work and many other areas. Elizabeth suggests that we also utilize Reiki to take care of ourselves and promote our own healing. After all, how can we take care of others if we don’t strive to be whole, complete and healthy ourselves? A speaker and trainer, Elizabeth teaches a variety of Reiki classes. Her focus has shifted from the conventional “taking care of self” limited to proper eating and exercising to a much broader approach. She calls her new model “Nursing from within” where the prime focus is on connecting with your authentic self. Taking care of yourself and doing what you truly enjoy, will help you get back in touch with the original reasons you entered the nursing profession. WHO is Elizabeth? Elizabeth Scala publishes on her own blog and you can listen to her podcast “Reiki Radio: An Rx for Self-Care in Healthcare” where she talks to Reiki professionals, researchers, teachers and authors about the power of Reiki. Links: ElizabethScala.com Elizabeth on Twitter Elizabeth on Facebook Elizabeth Scala’s books on Amazon
34 minutes | Dec 8, 2014
SCP22: Technology for Clinicians with Brittney Wilson, The Nerdy Nurse
On this Episode of SAGEClinician: Get ready for my guest Brittney Wilson, who has transformed “challenges” at work into real life resources to help other nurses. Find out how she has combined her clinical expertise with her love for technology to help countless nurses and their patients. Let her introduce you to a new social media platform designed with you, the healthcare provider, in mind. Brittney is known as the “Nerdy Nurse” and was able to acquire the rights to exclusively use that name by obtaining the trademark. Trademarks are important. They protect a business by preventing others from using the same name, avoiding potential confusion in the minds of consumers. It all began for Brittney, when she started blogging about her experiences at work and some of the struggles she had with nursing. Blogging helped her deal with negative experiences, all while helping other nurses by sharing information and resources with them. You will find resources on her blog TheNerdyNurse.com, providing information on lateral violence, harassment in the workplace and various legal topics related to it. Informatics Brittany’s clinical background includes nursing in med-surg and until just recently as an informatics nurse. Working in informatics allowed her to combine her clinical knowledge with her love for technology, supporting direct care nurses and other providers taking care of their patients. Brittney is convinced that nurses and providers alike, when properly trained and well versed in using EMRs and other tools, will be able to achieve better outcomes by eliminating documentation errors, all while avoiding duplication of effort. Next Wave Connect Today, Brittney works as an online community manager for a social collaboration platform for healthcare, called “Next Wave Connect”. As a community manager Brittany writes articles, shares content and engages members to actively participate in the community. The goal of “Next Wave Connect” is to provide a space for all types of healthcare providers to come together and collectively work on solving problems. When it comes to social media, proper sharing of information is of particular importance for healthcare providers. To stay in compliance and to protect the rights of the individual no PHI data should ever be shared on any social network, ever! Members of “Next Wave Connect” collaborate on various issues including ICD 10, Ebola, Clinical Integration, ACOs, Patient Engagement Strategies, just to name a few. Members also have the ability to form private groups for discussion. Brittney invites you to become part of Next Wave Connect! Simply go to NextWaveConnect.com, create an account, connect to communities and follow the topics that are of interest to you. Alternatively, you can also start a new discussion. Brittney the Author But there is more to Brittney! Through her book, The Nerdy Nurse’s Guide to Technology, Brittany encourages nurses to confidently embrace technology. The book covers a wide range of topics ranging from Google tools, EMRs, to smart phones, tablets, data security and much, much more. Social Media Just before concluding the interview, here are 3 words of wisdom from Brittney with respect to social media. If you’re an employee, don’t identify your employer. No matter what you say and how you say it, you will automatically be seen as an ambassador for your employer! Remember, social media is NOT the hospital water cooler… anything put on social media is there to stay! Her number one rule: “If you can’t say it in front of your mother, just don’t say it”. Use social media as a tool for good! Avoid complaining, be positive! WHO is Brittney Wilson? Brittney Wilson, RN, BSN, also known as The Nerdy Nurse, is a Clinical Informatics Nurse practicing in the Atlanta, Georgia area. In her day job she gets to do what she loves every day: Combine technology and healthcare to improve patient outcomes. She can best be described as a patient, nurse and technology advocate, and has a passion for using technology to innovate, improve and simplify lives, especially in healthcare. Brittney is the author of The Nerdy Nurse’s Guide to Technology. She is a social media influencer and blogs about nursing, technology, healthcare, parenting and various lifestyle topics at thenerdynurse.com and various social media outlets as listed below. Links Mentioned During the Show: TheNerdyNurse.com @TheNerdyNurse The Nerdy Nurse on Google Plus The Nerdy Nurse's Guide to Technology on Amazon NewWaveConnect.com SCP#51 with Renee Thompson on Bullying
45 minutes | Nov 19, 2014
SCP21: Burnout and Heart Cleansing with Samantha Alvarez, NP
About this Episode of SAGEClinician: On this episode of SAGEClinician Samantha and I talk about professional burnout and steps we can take to prevent and recover from it. We also talk about travel, self care. Samantha talks about her year of heart cleansing and what it means. She shares with us two exercises that can be done in just minutes per day to reduce your stress (and one of them you can do in the exam room with patients), and help you get back on track. In addition to mindfulness and travel, Samantha discusses languages and discusses some easy ways to learning various languages (she is multi-lingual). I should have known this when I took French in the 7th grade...as you'll be able to hear, I did not retain much! And of course we talk about The Burnout Recovery Guide! WHO is Samantha Alvarez, NP? Samantha Alvarez, MS, FNP graduated from Northern Arizona University (BSN) in 2005 and Oregon Health and Science University (MS) in 2009. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, as well as the Mindfulness Association. She has flirted with burnout almost daily during my years of experience as a family practice NP since 2009. She has maintained a daily mindfulness practice for over 11 years, and it has been crucial in maintaining balance in my life and practice. She has been active in attending over one hundred conferences, seminars and workshops relating to meditation, mindfulness and other self-healing practices. Outside of her NP and mindfulness practices, she loves to sing, laugh, travel and learn new things, especially languages (Speaking three and a half: English, Spanish, Portuguese and enough Japanese to get herself in Her new book, The Burnout Recovery Guide, is designed to help you feel better in five minutes per day. Links: Blog: HealthyNP Blog: MindfulPolyglot Book: The Burnout Recovery Guide Twitter: @HealthyNP GooglePlus: HealthyNP Facebook: HealthyNP
11 minutes | Nov 12, 2014
Nurse Practitioners on SAGEClinician Podcast
About this Episode of SAGEClinician: On this episode of SAGEClinician, I talk about Nurse Practitioners, and share a few soundbites I recorded at the AANP Speciality and Leadership Conference held last month in Naples Florida. NP Background Nurse Practitioner shave been around for close to 50 years. All of us are nurses, most all of us have extensive experience as nurses before we return to school for additional education and training. Initially, we took certificate courses that may last a year, but formally years now, the minimum education has been a masters degree. There is now a new mandate for the doctoral level of education to be entry into practice and many NPs have returned to school to obtain the Doctor of Nurse Practice. Currently there are approx 192K Nurse Practitioners practicing in the US. This number continues to grow as programs are graduating students all the time. Nurse Practitioner are not just in the US, but there is a growing movement to utilize NPs in many countries around the world. What do we do? Briefly, NPs provide care to patients of all ages from all walks of life and a variety of settings, which I’ll talk about in a moment. We assess our patients, order and interpret diagnostic tests, make diagnosis and initial and manage treatment plans including prescribing medication and performing procedures. I believe one of the most important things we do for our patients is to really listen to what they are say, and what they are showing us. We involved patients in their care and it shows. Nurse practitioners work in all areas of healthcare. Our scope of practice varies with the type of nurse practitioner we are. For example: psychiatric NPs, adult-hero NP, acute-care, women’s health care, family practice, and pediatrics. We are in acute care environments hospitals, critical care units, trauma, surgery, etc) as well as outpatient settings. We are in college health, primary care practice, speciality care practices, long term care and the home. Many of us are employed by hospitals, large heatlhcare organizations, smaller practice, universities and more. Many of now have our own practices. Full Practice Authority At the time of this recording Nov 2014, we have full practice authority in 19 states plus the dis of columbia. What that means is that we can practice without physician involvement in our practice. That means I can write assess, diagnosis and treat my patients, including writing prescriptions without having to involve a physician. Many states require formal collaborative agreements and/or supervision of practice. But let’s talk about the elephant in the room. I know this is never far from anyones mind. My Opinion on Collaboration Even though many of us talk about full practice authority and independent practice, I believe I am safe to say that no one practices in isolation. In fact, I don’t believe there is a healthcare provider who is alive and practice, who practices in a silo, practices completely independently of other providers. We all call our colleagues when we need a patient looked at, we need a second opinion or we need that speciality consult. All of us put our patients first. That’s why we are there. Collaboration is built in to practice. There is no need to have an additional barrier that limits a persons access to healthcare. Period. Okay, I’m stepping down off my soapbox now. But before we listen to the sound bites,I just want to say if you need more information about Nurse Practitioner practice, in far more detail that I’ve given you here, visit the American Association of Nurse Practitioners website . You’ll find links to studies, current practice acts in the different states and also sorts of policy and legislative information. Nurse Practitioner Sound Bites Thank you to the following NPs for agreeing to be recorded and published on the SAGEClinician Podcast! Arlene Barrett, FNP, Ft Lauderdale, Florida Deborah Gray, DNP, ANP-BC, FNP-C, Norfolk, VA Kathleen Gates, FNP-C, Cheyenne, WY Rachel Silva, DNP, New York Websites Mentioned American Association of Nurse Practitioners Nurse Practitioner Business Blog
38 minutes | Nov 3, 2014
SCP20: Reeger Cortell, FNP: Weight Loss Surgery Podcast
About this Episode of SAGEClinician: On this episode of SAGEClinician I have the privilege of speaking with Reeger Cortell, FNP. She is likely one of the very first NPs to podcast. Her topic is also her area of clinical expertise...weight loss surgery. On the podcast, she not only talks about issues of weight loss, but also the transformation that takes place for all her patients. Indeed podcasting itself has plenty of life lessons. During the podcast, Reeger referenced a blog post she wrote, that is appropriate for all of us in our lives: Seven Steps For Rocking the Boat. Get clearer about what you want and why you want it. Get clear on what you don't want. Know you will be tested (mostly by yourself) Have compassion Be willing to do the work Don't be afraid to jump ship It's all work it. Personally...I love all of them, but how about you, which of these lessons is your favorite? WHO is Reeger Cortell, FNP-C? Reeger Cortell, is the podcaster behind the WeightLossSurgeryPodcast. She is a FNP and works in Bariatric surgery in Southern Oregon. I love how she describes herself: Recovering public school and then art school student, world travel and restless nomad turned BSN RN (after a voice told me to “go to nursing school") wife to Adam and second mom to one daughter then first mom to another daughter who then became a WOCN, then an MSN/FNP and RNFA and diligent student of ALL things bariatric surgical care who then launched a podcast to offer a more creative way to care for bariatric patients while casting a wider net for receives that care (who is really simply interested in the transformative process of how a person makes the whole body/spirit leap into claiming their WHOLE HEARTED LIFE no matter how they define it). References made in todays show: WeightLossSurgeryPodcast Reeger on Twitter Reeger on Facebook School of Podcasting Podcast Answer Man
30 minutes | Aug 30, 2014
SCP18: Dino Soriano, FNP_ClinicalMatchMe
I need a preceptor...what now? On a daily basis, I hear from nurse practitioner students on social media, in email and private messages who are desperate for a preceptor. Often they have been turned down multiple times and are at their wits end. The hardest part of all this is that NP students are unable to complete their requirements and will often have to delay graduation or even drop out of their programs. In healthcare today, we need more providers, not less. Fortunately someone has created a way that NP students, preceptors and universities can come together. In the end everyone wins. On this episode of SAGEClinician I talk with Dino Soriano who is the founder of ClinicalMatchMe which was developed to meet the needs of these students, as well as the NPs who want to precept them. Listen in as we talk about this sometime "controversial" issue! WHO is Dino Soriano Sr. HSA, HRM, FNP? Dino is the founder and CEO of ClinicalMatchMe which was started out of his own frustration and need as a NP Student. His background includes ER and trauma nursing prior to pursuing his FNP. He is currently enrolled in a doctoral program. He holds degrees in healthcare administration, nursing leadership and management and as an FNP.
30 minutes | Aug 23, 2014
SCP17: Barb Dehn, RN, MS, NP
On this episode of SAGEClinician I am talking with Nurse Practitioner Barb Dehn. We talk about writing, publishing and just letting the world know about the expertise we all have. And we get to talk about her new book The Hot Guide to a Cool Sexy Menopause. She gives us three tips on writing, suggests ways to get motivated and how to improve our writing. Get motivated to start sharing your knowledge and expertise today. WHO is Barb Dehn, RN, MS, NP, FAANP? Barbara Dehn is a practicing Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner and a television health expert, who’s known as Nurse Barb. She is passionate about health education, whether it’s 1 on 1 with a patient, in a lecture hall at Stanford or with millions of people watching on television. In addition to national appearances on CNN, NBC , CBS and ABC, Barb is the award winning author of the Personal Guides to Health used by over 4.5 million women in the US. She is also active in social media, contributing content to The Huffington Post, EmpowHer, her own blog, Nurse Barb’s Daily Dose and The Patch and then amplifies her reach through her 18,000 twitter followers. Nurse Barb earned a masters degree from UCSF and a BS from Boston College. She is certified by the North American Menopause Society and is a Fellow in the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Barb lives in the San Francisco Bay area with her husband and son.
35 minutes | Aug 7, 2014
SCP16: Debbie Karas, DNP, APN-BC, Multiple Revenue Streams for your Business
On this episode of SAGEClinician I talk with fellow NP and business owner. Debbie starter her professional business, not as a nurse practitioner, but as an RN. Listen in as she talks about what she did and why. You'll also hear her talk about: Her current practice and business Multiple sources of revenue Payer and Revenue Mix Tools she uses Tips for anyone thinking about starting a business And so much more.
40 minutes | Jul 17, 2014
On this episode of SAGEClinician I talk with Renee Thompson who is an expert on nurse bullying. Listen in as we discuss: Why did she become an expert on bullying. What is bullying? What is a bully? How can you tell if someone is a bully or just having a bad day? WHY does it continue in nursing? What can clinicians do about bullying? Negative and positive competition. The difference between being aggressive and being assertive.
38 minutes | Jul 7, 2014
SCP14: Troy Heidesch, NP - Telemedicine for Clinicians
Have you ever wondered how to add tele-med to your practice? Listen in as I talk with Troy Heidesch, NP and the founder and CEO of SmartHouseCalls.com a HIPAA compliant solution for Tele-Health. We talked about: Requirements for tele-med Payers that reimburse for this service Where services can be performed and some of the limitation imposed by payers Visit codes Reimbursement for service (and the codes to use!) Various applications of tele health services Mobile applications And of course, so much more!
27 minutes | Jun 30, 2014
SCP13: Brett Snodgrass - Tennessee Nurse Practitioners, Blogging, Pain and more
About this Episode of SAGEClinician: On this episode of the SAGEClinician podcast, Brett and I talk about: The Tennessee Practice Act for APRNs Networking and NPs Blogging The NPMom and how it can be used as a teaching resource for clinicians Getting involved! This episode was recorded prior to the June 2014 AANP Conference which we refer to as a future event, so don't get too confused by that! WHO is Brett Badgley Snodgrass, MSN, APRN, FNP-C? Brett Badgley Snodgrass is a practicing Family Nurse Practitioner specializing in Family Practice, Pain Management and Palliative Care, a national speaker and award winning health care blogger, who’s known as The NP Mom. She is passionate about health education, whether it’s 1 on 1 with a patient or student, in a lecture hall or conference, or online as The NP Mom. Her warm and engaging personality puts everyone at ease as they learn more about health. Brett has received numerous awards, and serves on several pharmaceutical and medical advisory boards. She earned both a master’s and BS degree from the University of Memphis. She is a Clinical Expert and Guest Lecturer for CO*RE REMS LA/ER Chronic Opioid Safe Prescribing, the spokeswoman for “Know Your Dose” Acetaminophen Awareness, and American Association of Nurse Practitioner national conference speaker, just to name a few. Active in Social Media, Brett is an award winning health care blogger, as The NP Mom offering “answers to questions, patients often forget to ask” with titles ranging from “To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate – That is The Question, to “A Day In The Life Of A Nurse Practitioner”, to “I’m So Tired – Treating Fatigue Naturally”. She amplifies her reach through Facebook, Twitter, and Wordpress with more than 5,000 readers each month. Brett lives in Olive Branch, MS with her husband and two teenage daughters. Links: Brett on LinkedIn Brett on Facebook Brett on Twitter The NPMom Blog TN Nurses Association TN Action Coalition
33 minutes | Jun 13, 2014
SCP12: Cynthia Howard, RN, CNC, PhD Resilience Expert
On this episode of SAGEClinician I talk with Dr. Cynthia Howard about resilience, emotional intelligence, and the problems of stress, burnout and compassion fatigue. And we talk about some simple solutions that all clinicians can take to improve our wellbeing - thus improving our patient care. Cynthia shares with us her skills for success and an exercise we can do right now in order to improve our own wellbeing and increase our resilience - in live, business and practice.
34 minutes | Jun 4, 2014
SCP11: Nancy Dirubbo, FNP-C, FAANP
On this episode of SAGEClinician, Nancy and I talk about small practices and their future, why primary care needs travel health education and how to start a travel health practice – including three very direct and excellent tips that Nancy gives clinicians who are starting a business. Pay attention to this successful business owner!
32 minutes | May 28, 2014
SCP10: Kay Todd, American Nurse Practitioner Foundation
Kay talks about the mission and programs of the American Nurse Practitioner Foundation (ANPF) such as research, grants, scholarships and the Toolbox (which sounds really great for practicing clinicians!) available to all nurse practitioners. Not only will these resources benefit the NP, but they will have an impact on your clinical practice and your patients. There are so many ways NPs can get involved from sharing stories, volunteering, writing, humanitarian projects and more.
41 minutes | May 18, 2014
In this episode, I talk with Dr. Deb Kiley about how clinicians can participate in self care, mindfulness, and she gives us some very specific yet simple exercises that we can do to move us further along in our quest for well being. Now, let’s get started. WHO is Deb Kiley: Dr. Deb Kiley is a nurse practitioner, mentor, leader and integrative health coach. She is the founder of Fearless Wellness, a coaching practice that explores and embraces the possibilities. A coach for clinicians, she is keenly aware of the challenges that we face has healthcare providers. She has many years of clinical practice including intensive care, rehabilitation, primary care, speciality care and education. She earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice from Rush college of Nursing and a Certificate in Integrative Health coaching from the Duke Center for Integrative Medicine. As a Fellow of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners she has mentored dozens of Nurse Practitioners and NP Students in professional development, leadership and personal growth.
32 minutes | May 14, 2014
SCP08: Rebecca Morehead, CPCC, CHSE
On this episode of the SAGEClinician podcast Rebecca and Barbara talk about several issues that are important for practice owners. Recorded prior to the extension of the implementation of ICD-10, Rebecca shares some strategies that practices can implement in order to be ready for ICD-10. Additionally, we talk about: HEDIS reporting Alternative revenue generation Cash practices HIPAA Security and what she calls the SRA Lots of good information and it's likely you'll want to listen to this one more than once!
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