This year’s seminar will emphasize the benefits of expanding your evaluation and care of the diabetic patient.
Diabetes is the largest comorbidity of patient in the average podiatry practice so it’s your job to reduce the incidence of ulceration, infection and amputation…to improve the quality of life. There is more to treating the diabetic patient than “routine foot care” and dispensing shoes.
Learn the effective utilization of the 25 modifier. Start managing sensory, motor, and autonomic neuropathy. Aggressively treat skin and nail disorders. Review the treatment of risk factors such as edema, foot deformity, and office management of vascular disease.
These sessions will include a review of risk factors, instruction on proper documentation, CPT and ICD-10 coding considerations, and practice management considerations under the direction of Dr. Allen Jacobs with commentary by Dr. Michael Warshaw and Dr. Michael Brody.