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Join us for our next live webinar -- May 7, 2020
Qs & As About Reporting Telepractice Delivery of ABA Services to Health Plans
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This is a followup to our March 25/28 webinar on “Telepractice of ABA During the Pandemic: Working with Health Plans.” In this session the presenters will provide answers to the most common questions they have received about health plan coverage of ABA services delivered remotely, i.e., by telepractice. They will also provide information about resources on this topic that have been developed recently. In the latter part of the session, participants will have an opportunity to submit questions that were not addressed or ask for clarifications. You need not have attended the webinar on March 25 or 28 to register for this one, but if you did not participate in webinar, watching the recording prior of it to this May 7 session will be helpful. It is available for purchase (no cost to current APBA members) here.
Jenna Minton, JD, President of Minton Healthcare Strategies, which specializes in guiding client organizations in the development and subsequent valuation of CPT® codes and related American Medical Association and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services regulatory processes. She guided and contributed substantially to the efforts of the work group that developed the application to the American Medical Association CPT® Editorial Panel that resulted in the CPT code set for adaptive behavior (ABA) services that went into effect January 1, 2019, and is a consultant to the ABA Coding Coalition (www.abacodes.org).
Gina Green, PhD, BCBA-D, Chief Executive Officer, Association of Professional Behavior Analysts (APBA). Dr. Green is a co-author of the current CPT codes for adaptive behavior services and APBA’s principal representative to the ABA Coding Coalition.