RHP Insight Course List

2024 Hospitalist: The Medical Necessity Series Part IV: Sepsis, Cellulitis, Urinary Tract Infections (38)

2024 Hospitalist: The Medical Necessity Series Part III: TIA, Stroke, Encephalopathy (37)

2024 Hospitalist: The Medical Necessity Series Part II: COPD and Pneumonia (36)

2024 Hospitalist: The Medical Necessity Series Part I: Chest Pain/AMI, Heart Failure, Atrial Fibrillation (35)

2024 Hospitalist: The 2 Midnight Rule and Medical Necessity in the Hospital Setting (34)

2024 Hospitalist: Hospital Clinical Documentation Improvement: Stating the Correct Clinical Picture (33)

2024 Hospitalist: Compliant Use of Nurse Practitioners (NPs) and Physician Assistants (PAs) (02)

2024 Hospitalist: The E&M Guidelines for the Hospital Setting: 2024 Updates (32)

2024 Onboarding FM/IM: Population Health Management: It’s More Than Just Seeing Patients (30)

2024 Onboarding FM/IM: Clinical Applications of Key HCCs in Primary Care (21)

2024 Onboarding FM/IM: Defining Hierarchical Condition Categories (HCCs) in Primary Care – (20)

2024 Onboarding FM/IM: Advance Care Planning (ACP): Helping our Patients Successfully Transition (17)

2024 Onboarding FM/IM: Medicare Wellness Preventive Services (13)

2024 Onboarding FM/IM: Performing the Medicare Wellness Visits in Primary Care (12)

2024 Onboarding FM/IM: Care Management in Primary Care: Performing Transitional Care Management to Manage the Hospital to Home Journey (08)

2024 Onboarding FM/IM: Compliant Use of Nurse Practitioners (NPs) and Physician Assistants (PAs) (02)

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