Behavior analysts must take care to uphold their contractual obligations while rendering ethical services reflective of standards of practice. There is a high level of response effort associated with delivering socially significant and individualized treatment. This webinar will help simplify ways to accurately meet payer policy expectations. Topics discussed in this webinar include a model for policy compliance when delivering and documenting services. Attendees will be equipped with strategies for render optimal services that meet regulatory and ethical requirements.
All participants will receive:
- 2 Learning BACB® CEUs that count towards ethics requirement
- Examples of methods to ensure providers are operating in the scope of their skill set
- Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) Compliance Code standards that apply to policy adherence for third-party payers
- Recommendations for equipping staff with skills necessary to meet documentation and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code rendering requirements
- Strategies for promoting compliance with activities associated with delivering services
ABOUT THE PRESENTER – Rebecca Womack
Since graduating from her master’s program at North Dakota State University, Rebecca has been privileged to serve adults and children using applied behavior analysis (ABA) in a variety of capacities. From facility-based care, to working group homes, day centers, schools, and homes of families, her experience includes implementing evidence-based therapy across multiple settings. She has traveled across the United States and overseas to provide consultation for families with children who have autism. Additional experiences include administrative work, presentations, oversight of center and home-based services, staff and parent training, and supervision. As the Executive Director for the Behavior Analysis Advocacy Network (BAAN), she works closely with policy makes to preserve services and the continuity of care for children with autism. In addition to facilitating provider and family concerns, she also disseminates information on clinical and ethical practices relating to funding source requirements. Whatever the role, her ultimate goal is to always make a significant impact through effective and efficient services utilizing the science of behavior analysis.
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