COVID Toolkit: ED Goals of Care Discussions
Bedside discussions about goals of care are essential to align treatments and interventions with patient values. This has always been an important part of emergency department care, but even more so with the emergence of COVID, when older patients and those with severe or life l-limiting illnesses are at high risk for non-survival after intubation or CPR.
This video is intended for all emergency practioners and provides tools for holding these difficult discussions in the emergency department in a timely and efficient manner.
COVID-19 and Pediatrics
In this webinar, the panelists will discuss the current COVID-19 data in the US and the impact of the overall responses. Panelists will review the initial pediatric experience in New York, Detroit and Washington, including Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C), and the SARS CoV-2 pathophysiology.
ED Tele-Triage High Tech Answer for COVID-19
In this webinar, you will hear from some of our emergency medicine industry experts on how to implement tele-triage into your ED.
Hurting and Helping: Team Care and Self Care During Crisis
In this webinar, Dr. Jack Rozel, Medical Director at resolve Crisis Services and president of AAEP, and Dr. L. Anthony Cirillo, ACEP Board Member, share insights on why we are experiencing fear and grief, how to cope with different types of stress, and how to help yourself and your team through this difficult time.
COVID-19 EM and CCM Lessons Learned from Washington to New York
Panelists from Washington and New York State share their experience treating COVID-19 patients.
EM/CCM COVID-19 Webinar #2: Lessons Learned Across the U.S.
Notes on the COVID-19 Pandemic from the EM/Critical Care Frontlines: Panelists from New York, New Orleans and Chicago share their experience and insights.
COVID-19: The Pediatric Perspective
Learn about dealing with COVID-19 in your pediatric patients.
COVID-19 in Older Adults: Key Points for ED Providers
While patients of all ages are at risk for infection, older adults continue to be the most vulnerable to the consequences of COVID. COVID is a geriatric emergency. This course has been prepared to share the most up-to-date information possible regarding the emergency treatment of older adults in the time of COVID. It is primarily aimed at physicians, nurses, and all other clinicians serving older adults in the ED.
COVID-19: What Do We Not Yet Know, That We Need To Understand
This joint webinar will be moderated by the ACEP and SCCM Presidents along with invited experts from both societies to address difficult questions regarding managing COVID-19 patients. The focus will be on minding the gap where current training and guidelines may no longer apply. More than ever, continuity of care is critical as the pandemic evolves and guidance from expert leadership is key.
COVID CARES Act Reimbursement and Regulatory Webinar - Free for ACEP Members, $75 for non-members
Learn the latest up-to-date information regarding how to financially protect your practice during these extraordinarily fluid and challenging times. Our expert presenter will review the best ways to access newly available government funding for your practice and the key aspects surrounding the far-reaching changes expanding the use and coverage of telemedicine. Additionally, Emergency Physicians have been provided rapid and significant regulatory relief regarding documentation, Teaching Physician oversight requirements and CMS audit programs. Attend this course to learn the latest ways to navigate the newly changed reimbursement environment, and how to successfully document, bill and be paid for services during this Public Health Emergency.
May Update: COVID Reimbursement and Regulatory Changes Impacting Emergency Physicians Webinar
Follow up with new information to the COVID CARES Act Reimbursement and Regulatory Webinar above.