Using Actigraphy in Your Practice: Clinical and Business Considerations
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Clinical and Business Trends
James Wyatt, PhD, DABSM, CBSM
James K Wyatt, PhD, DABSM, CBSM, Director of the Sleep Disorders Center at Rush University Medical Center, talks about the advantages and disadvantages of using actigraphy for clinical assessments of sleep disorders patients. He discusses the business aspects of using actigraphs in the sleep center, including reimbursement and billing concerns.
Emerging Clinical and Business Trends in Sleep Medicine is a series of live presentations recorded at the AASM 2013 Winter Course in Phoenix, Arizona. Over the series, experts explore state-of-the-art patient care management in the diagnosis and treatment of various disorders and strategies to improve current business practices through a mix of traditional lectures, case-based discussions and pro/con debates. Discussion focuses on providing relevant updated information and new strategies that sleep clinicians can use in their practice. The focus is on three areas: changing guidelines and regulations in sleep medicine, diagnosing and managing sleep disorders and business considerations for sleep specialists.
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0 hr 43 min
List ways in which wrist actigraphy is superior, inferior, or equivalent to other technologies utilized in sleep medicine;
Identify the appropriate clinical populations in which to utilize actigraphic estimation of sleep, wakefulness, and activity; and
Determine appropriate initialization and data analysis parameters for wrist actigraphy
Physicians and health care providers involved in the treatment and management of patients with sleep disorders and the business operations of a sleep center
The AASM designates this enduring material for a maximum of 0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
CME is available for three years from the date of release, 2/23/2013. No CME for this program will be provided after three years unless the program is reviewed by the AASM and found current and eligible for CME.
Note: If you attended this session in person you cannot claim CME for this online learning module.
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