The Virtual Coding Seminar, presented by APMA, was a half-day online seminar providing attendees with a deep dive into foot- and ankle-specific coding issues. Jeffrey D. Lehrman, DPM, and David Freedman, DPM—both Certified Professional Coders—instructed participants on a variety of topics to enhance processes and better serve patients.
If you registered for The Virtual Coding Seminar, you have received information about accessing the webinar. If you cannot find this information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you did not register for The Virtual Coding Seminar, you may now purchase a recording of the event. Note: You cannot earn CECH/CME/CEU by purchasing the recording; only those individuals who attended the live event on April 25 are eligible to receive credits.
The recording and presentations are available to APMA members for $49 and non-members for $99. (Residents and students—contact email@example.com to ask about special pricing.) After completing your purchase, you will receive an email with additional information about accessing the meeting materials.
The Virtual Coding Seminar was a "live" online event accessible through GoToWebinar. Be sure to save your GoToWebinar confirmation email with your unique join URL and access instructions for the day of the event.
The Final Program Book is available now.
DPM attendees must complete a post-seminar evaluation via Survey Monkey no later than May 15, 2020. This link will both be emailed directly to attendees and posted on the materials page following the seminar. If you are not a DPM, we still strongly encourage you to complete the survey, as it provides valuable feedback that APMA uses to improve its educational programming.
To support this program, APMA has designated an unrestricted educational grant from The Podiatry Foundation.
Contact APMA's Health Policy and Practice Department.
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APMA is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. This activity has been approved for a maximum of 3.75 continuing education contact hours.