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Webinar: "Moving Toward Third-Party Billing and Revenue Generation in Public Health: An Emerging Model from Michigan"

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NCSD and APHL

On June 22, the National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD) and the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL), in collabortion with the Michigan Department of Community Health, hosted a webinar entitled "Moving Toward Third-Party Billing and Revenue Generation in Public Health: An Emerging Model from Michigan." The great turnout shows how necessary this type of information is in the face of a changing health care landscape and shrinking discretionary resources.

The recording of this webinar can be found below. In addition, the speakers graciously offered responses to all the questions submitted during the webinar which can be found here and linked below. In addtion, PDF versions of the presenter's slides can be found below.

We appreciate the time our speakers took to share their billing experiences with us. As we move forward to assist our members in diversifying resources, NCSD looks forward to a continued partnership between our organization and APHL.

View the webinar here and click below for additional resources:

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Thursday, July 12, 2012
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