The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) specialty conference about documentation for occupational therapists (OTs) will take place October 2-3 at the Hyatt Regency Schaumburg in Chicago.
During the conference, called “Effective Documentation: The Key to Payment & Articulating Our Distinct Value,” experts will teach strategies to help OTs write more effective and concise documentation demonstrating medical necessity for reimbursement, according to the AOTA website.
With only 200 attendees, the conference will enable sessions to take place in an intimate setting to help spur lively conversation and participation.
Session topics will include: “Write It Right: What Really Matters in Documentation,” “Medicare Part A Update” and “Medicare Part B Update,” “Early Intervention Documentation,” and “Demonstrating the Distinct Value of Occupational Therapy Through Documentation.”
Christina Metzler, the American Occupational Therapy Association’s chief public affairs officer, will deliver the keynote address on Friday, October 2.
An early bird registration rate ends on Friday, September 4.
For more information, visit www.aota.org