The education and training of all employees is extremely important at UBMD, as they are probably the first and most important line of defense in a compliance program. Education is included as one of the seven essential elements of a compliance program as outlined by the Federal Sentencing Guidelines and Office of Inspector General guidelines. As such, they are an integral part of the UBMD Compliance Plan.
All new providers must complete New Provider Training. The video is also a good refresher for not-so-new providers, too.
Click here to access the UBMD Compliance Training video.
If you have any questions regarding this training, please contact Peter Rossow.
Click here to access the 2021 E/M Coding Changes Guide (booklet)
Click here to access the 2021 E/M Coding Changes PowerPoint Training (video) (Please note: due to file size, it may take a minute or two to load.)
All new UBMD employees must complete UBMD Compliance Training within six months of commencement of employment with UBMD. Such training may be done by the practice plan representative, ideally as part of their orientation. The Compliance Office is always available to assist, or for questions.
The following are links to everything needed to complete New Employee Training:
All UBMD providers and employees are required to complete a minimum of two (2) hours of compliance training biennially (every two years). This training may include, without limitation:
Each practice plan is responsible for maintaining documentation verifying physician and employee attendance at all applicable education sessions, and for forwarding all such documentation to the UBMD Compliance Office for review, ensuring adherence to this policy.
In accordance with the requirements established by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Fraud, Waste & Abuse training is mandatory for all new UBMD employee - from receptionists, to billers, to providers, to practice chairs and board members, and everyone in between – within 90 days of hiring.
FWA is also required for ALL employees annually thereafter.
This training program will be updated on an annual basis, and all staff will be advised when the new training is available for each year. This training program will be updated on an annual basis, and all staff will be advised when the new training is available for each year.
Please click here to view the latest FWA training. The corresponding quiz must also be completed.
Must be completed by all newly hired employees, and by all employees annually thereafter.
Click here to view the video. When the webpage comes up, move cursor to the bottom of the black box and click on the start arrow. After watching the video, the login page for the required quiz will appear. Sign on with your UBIT and the password used to log in to your computer, and complete the quiz.
All UBMD personnel must complete Sexual Harassment Training annually. The traninig will be posted in 2022, but please refer to our policy.
While not mandatory, UBMD team members are highly encouraged to watch this active shooter training video to help ensure your safety and the safety of those around you in case the situation arises. This training helps prepare you both mentally and physically for an active shooter situation and what you should do before law enforcement arrives on the scene.
The video was recorded on 6.22.22 and presented at a UBMD site by a member of the UB University Police force.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Lunch-n-Learn sessions are currently on hold, but will be rescheduled once a new methodology for the training can be developed. At that time, an email will be sent to those on the contact list. If you wish to be added to the contact list, please contact Peter Rossow.
Sessions are open to anyone, and are usually held once a month at 77 Goodell, Room 205.
Bring your lunch and join us as we cover a variety of important topics related to coding and compliance. AAPC and AHIMA CEUs are often available for attending the sessions.