CPEP Medical Record Keeping Seminar

A Non-Profit Program For All Healthcare Professionals

Improving Patient Safety through Effective Record Keeping

This one-day Seminar teaches efficient methods of documenting patient care, including effective use of Electronic Medical Records (EMR). Participants will gain an understanding of the medico-legal implications of documentation and will learn new strategies for overcoming barriers to effective record keeping.

Upon completion of the one-day Seminar, participants have the option of enrolling in a six-month follow-up program that includes in-depth chart reviews, detailed feedback, and coaching to fully integrate documentation skills into participants’ daily practice.

This course is designed to fulfill licensing board or credentialing requirements for remedial education. It is also suitable for healthcare professionals who simply wish to improve their skills in this critical area.

What You Need to Know

Where and when is the Medical Record Keeping Seminar Offered?

The seminar is offered three times per year in Denver, CO and once a year in Louisville, KY. Please Click Here for a list of available sessions. A list of the upcoming courses is available at the bottom of this page.

How do I enroll in the Medical Record Keeping Seminar?

Enrolling in the Medical Record Keeping Seminar is easy. Simply Click Here to access the registration page.

What do others say about the Medical Record Keeping Seminar?

“The presenter was knowledgeable and prepared. Her delivery was excellent and her attentiveness to questions was also great.”

“Very helpful, realistic discussion, real world information.”

“Because of this course, I will chart my thought process better and more accurately. The information on EMR was very insightful and valuable.”

Participant Feedback

Who is eligible for the Medical Record Keeping Seminar?

The Medical Record Keeping Seminar is open to all healthcare professionals and trainees, regardless of specialty or degree.

What’s the cost?

The cost for the Seminar is $995. This fee includes an optional pre-program chart review and the full eight-hour program.

Discounts may be available for COPIC insured physicians. Inquire for details.

The cost of the Personalized Implementation Program (PIP) is $1,550.

What about CME?

Memorial Hospital University of Colorado Health designates this live activity for a maximum of 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

What to expect after enrollment?

  • After your initial registration, you will receive a confirmation of enrollment within 48 – 72 hours
  • Prior to the seminar, you will have the opportunity to have charts reviewed by our faculty member (optional – no extra cost). The deadline for submitting charts for review is 3 weeks prior to the seminar
  • You will also receive an e-mail asking you so complete an optional survey and “self-audit.” Completion of these items earns 2 extra CME credits

Personalized Implementation Program (PIP)

PIP is the optional follow-up program for the Seminar. Participants must first complete the Seminar and then enroll within one month of seminar completion. The purpose of PIP is to help participants actively apply the techniques they learn in their own practice.

Participants submit three sets of charts to CPEP at two, four and six months after enrollment.  A physician reviewer provides detailed verbal (via teleconference) and written feedback. Participants also receive concrete suggestions for improvement.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON PIP CALL (303) 577-3232