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Shifting to Third-Party Billing Practices for Public Health STD Services: Focus on Case Studies, Part II

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As part of NCSD's continued technical assistance on third-party billing, the National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD) is pleased to invite you to view our webinar titled "Shifting to Third-Party Billing Practices for Public Health STD Services: Focus on Case Studies Part II."

Presenters on this webinar are:

Red Door Services, Minneapolis, MN
Paula K. Nelson, M.S., CNP, Operations Manager, Public Health Clinic
Michelle Pesonen, RHIT, Public Health and Clinical Services Billing Supervisor
Cynthia Spolyar, Business Operations Manager

Denver Metro Health, Denver, CO
Mark Thrun, MD, Director, HIV/STD Prevention, and Control, Denver Public Health

This important webinar is the second of a two-part series that is part of ongoing efforts to support our members, and public health more generally, in diversifying revenue in the face of shrinking discretionary resources.

Click here for a pdf of the PowerPoint slides.

The webinar is also based on the publication developed by NCSD late last year, Shifting to Third-Party Billing Practices for Public Health STD Services: Policy Context and Case Studies.

A recording of the first webinar in this series can be found here.

For questions or additional information, please contact Stephanie Arnold Pang at sarnold@ncsddc.org.

Date Published: 
Friday, January 11, 2013
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