Free CE: Pediatric Behavioral Health in Primary Care
Access to behavioral healthcare for children and teens is at a crisis point in the United States, and primary care providers are increasingly addressing these concerns due to decreased or delayed access to specialists. Use this module to review existing frameworks of integrated behavioral health, learn about the Pediatric Primary Care Mental Health Specialist role in facilitating this care, and see an introduction to charting elements that support coding for reimbursement when providing behavioral care in your practice. This module is the first in a two-part series related to coding and reimbursement for pediatric behavioral mental health. The second module, to be published in the months ahead, will focus on strengthening coding skills for maximum reimbursement. 0.5 contact hours.
For CPNPs, NPs, or those looking for relevant, up-to-date CE learning activities.
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0.5 contact hour accredited by NAPNAP which 0 contain Pharmacology (Rx) content (including 0 of psychopharmacology) (including 0 of controlled substances)
Includes access to content in a media presentation format (un-narrated, viewable online only).
Successful completion for contact hours is review of all content and evaluation of the module.
Completion is due 150 days from order process date. During this testing period you will have unlimited access to log in and out of the module so you may complete it in more than one sitting.
Disclaimer: This module was developed with assistance from three subject matter experts who hold PNCB’s Pediatric Primary Care Mental Health Specialist (PMHS) credential and are actively practicing in the field of pediatric behavioral mental health. While PNCB follows standard editorial procedures for content, we cannot guarantee that the information provided is the most up-to-date knowledge available or appropriate for any given patient. Coding and reimbursement practices are frequently updated and differ among states and insurance carriers. Nurse practitioners should ensure that their reimbursement practices are consistent with parameters and requirements relevant to their individual practice setting.