NEW: Get live CEUs (Category I) while observing our doctors and learning how to properly document, report, and manage worker’s compensation cases. Receive Free CEUs (block of 4 CEUs, AM or PM, spent observing and discussing cases in our clinic), if you’re an existing member of our network.
Requirements: as these seminars are face-to-face, on-demand, please schedule your visit at least 2 weeks in advance. Also, proper attire (i.e. scrubs or lab coat) is required as you will have direct contact with patients.
Seminars location: 5567 Reseda Blvd., #101, Tarzana, CA 91356
Questions? Call 213-387-4710 ext: 1001
Non-refundable, non-transferable. We know that emergencies may arise, therefore, we can change your seminar dates up to TWO times.
In addition, you will be able to acquire clinical skills to diagnose and treat your patients effectively. Personal cases will be discussed so the provider can better understand why care was not approved-paid and what can be done about it. If you wish to discuss a case, please submit your inquiry to email@example.com up to 24 hours before the seminar date in order for it to be included in the presentation.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Providers that are interested in understanding the Workers Compensation system, improve their clinical skills and increase the number of patients seen.
“When you understand your role in the worker’s compensation system, you will be able to network efficiently and increase your patient referral’s.”– Dr. Alejandro Katz
Alejandro Katz, OMD. L. Ac., (Medical Director) has over 45 years of experience in the acupuncture field; 25+ years in Worker’s Compensation, and 20+ years with Utilization Review companies, and Independent Medical Reviews.
Kathy Agharabei, LVN. (Nurse Case Manager) has extensive knowledge of the Worker’s Compensation system. Kathy has managed our claims and billing department for 18+ years and successfully receives payment for claims submitted. She uses her experience to also appeal “non-certified” treatments from various insurance companies; over 90% of these appeals come back approved.