- State Associations:
- OOA – Oklahoma
- Don Self, CPC, CMCS, CASA | Terrell R. Phillips, DO | Phyllis Arthur | Gitanjali G. Pai, MD, AAHIVS
- Never expires.
Needs Assessment: “When it comes to life the critical thing is whether you take things for granted or take them with gratitude.” – G.K. Chesterton
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed things. Nearly all aspects of our lives have been affected. Still, life goes on and how we care for that life continues as DOs learn to change and adapt. Providing care for patients endures whether it is in person or virtually. Evidence-based medicine is important but so is compassionate care, no matter the field of medicine or how that care is delivered.
Learning Objective: At the completion of this seminar, attendees will receive a review of different disease processes involving several medical fields and will have a better understanding of these disease processes as well as their treatments whether provided in-person or virtually.
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Don Self, CPC, CMCS, CASA, is a medical reimbursement consultant who cares about his clients and will do almost anything to help the client achieve better medical outcomes and increase their practice income. He will help keep his client profitable and compliant with billing and coding regulations through his medical consulting. Don has helped thousands of physicians for more than 30 years.
Most physicians are NOT billing for everything they should be. Don has the CMS data on more than 900,000 physicians in the country and if you schedule a one hour analysis with him, he'll probably point out several things you are doing and not billing, several areas where you may be flagging audits or several ways to find out exactly what Medicare wants you to do – that you're NOT doing now.
Terrell R. Phillips, DO earned his Doctor of Osteopathic medicine in 1982 from the Oklahoma Osteopathic College of Medicine, now known as the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After graduation, he performed his rotating internship in Grand Prairie, Texas and his residency at the Oklahoma Teaching Hospitals in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Board certified in anesthesiology and interventional and pain management, Dr. Phillips is the owner, medical director, and laboratory director of the Comprehensive Pain Center, president of the Oklahoma Pain Society, holds multiple positions at the Oklahoma Center Multispecialty Hospital, and staff physician at Community Hospital, INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center, and the Surgical Hospital of Oklahoma.
Dr. Phillips is an avid golfer and traveler and loves spending time with his wife Tammy and his five children Tyler, Tucker, Nicole, Nathan, and Natalie.
Phyllis Arthur is Vice President for Infectious Diseases and Diagnostics Policy at the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO). In this role Ms. Arthur is responsible for working with member companies in vaccines, antimicrobial resistance, molecular diagnostics and biodefense on policy, legislative and regulatory issues.
Ms. Arthur joined BIO in July 2009 as the Director of Healthcare Regulatory Affairs. Prior to joining BIO, she worked in numerous marketing and sales positions for Merck & Co. Inc. in their Vaccine Division. Over her 16-year career in vaccines, Ms. Arthur launched several exciting new vaccines in the United States and internationally, including the first HPV vaccine, GARDASIL. During her years in Marketing, she worked closely with clinical and academic thought leaders in infectious diseases, oncology and public health. In addition, Ms. Arthur also led a large vaccine sales organization of over 75 representatives and managers covering 14 states.
Before graduate school, Ms. Arthur worked as a research assistant for two economists at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. There she conducted economic analyses related to savings and investment policies for the OECD countries.
Ms. Arthur received her B.A. in 1987 in Economics and International Politics from Goucher College and her M.B.A. in 1991 from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Gitanjali Pai, MD, AAHIVS, earned her medical degree from the Seth G.S. Medical College and K.E.M Hospital in Mumbai, India. She continued her education with an internal medicine residency and an infectious diseases fellowship from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Board certified in infectious diseases and internal medicine, Dr. Pai Is involved in many endeavors: she was appointed on the Oklahoma State Governor’s Task Force expert panel for COVID-19 as an Infectious Disease Specialist; an infectious disease expert leading the Oklahoma State Project ECHO COVID-19 service line in collaborations with OSU-CHS; and she hosts a podcast called “Unmasking COVID-19.”
Dr. Pai is currently an adjunct clinical assistant professor of rural health – internal medicine for OSU-COM and an infectious disease physician at Memorial Hospital and Physician’s Clinic.