A combined introduction and combined session will lead to his lecture titled A DEA Perspective of the Drug Abuse Epidemic, followed by a question/answer session.
Mr. Rannazzisi is well-known in the DEA community. He has fought tirelessly for improvements in drug regulations. Among his many duties, he is responsible for overseeing and coordinating major pharmaceutical, precursor chemical, clandestine laboratory and synthetic drug investigations; the drafting and promulgating of regulations; and establishing drug production quotas.
ASIPP Board Review
Its not too late to attend the 2015 Board Review Course set for July 21-24 at the Palmer House in Chicago, IL.
This intensive and comprehensive high-quality review will prepare physicians appearing for the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS)-Subspecialty Pain Medicine examination and for the American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians (ABIPP)-Part 1 examination.
- A five-day review covering anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, psychology, ethics, interventional techniques, non-interventional techniques, controlled substances and practice management
- Unique lectures by experts in the field
- Extensive educational materials
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Controlled Substance Management and Coding, Compliance, and Practice Management
The ASIPP Comprehensive Review Courses and Exams in Controlled Substance Management and Coding, Compliance, and Practice Management will be held in Chicago, Illinois, on July 22-24, 2015.
Educational Objectives for Coding, Compliance, and Practice Management in IPM:
- Discuss documentation
- Review practice management topics
- Discuss coding and billing
- Examine compliance issues
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Educational Objectives for Controlled Substance Management:
- Review basic science and core concepts
- Discuss pharmacology
- Identify clinical use and effectiveness
- Identify substance abuse
- Discuss topics with documentation, regulatory issues, legal issues, and ethical issues
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In addition to the review course, the American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians (for physicians) and the American Association of Allied Pain Management Professionals (for non-physicians) offers the opportunity for examination in order for physicians to obtain competency certification to and non-physicians to obtain associate certificates in Controlled Substance Management and Coding, Compliance, and Practice Management.
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17 East Monroe Street, Chicago, IL 60603 | Phone: 312-726-7500