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AANS Live Courses

The AANS presents unmatched educational opportunities for neurosurgeons at all levels. Currently, AANS offers several interactive courses, giving neurosurgeons the opportunity to assess and improve upon their skill sets. Courses are held in various locations around the country.

The 2018 AANS Managing Coding & Reimbursement Challenges in Neurosurgery course has been serving the neurosurgical community for more than 20 years. It provides a valuable coding and reimbursement education that is unique in neurosurgery. The course is instructed by a faculty of physician experts and coding consultants who are leaders in code development, revision and valuation of CPT.

 

The 2018 AANS Goodman Oral Board Preparation course is a highly interactive and simulates the examination given by the American Board of Neurological Surgery (ABNS).

Started in 1997 by Julius Goodman, MD, this course has become the premier neurosurgical oral board review course, with over 90 percent of candidates attending at least once prior to taking the exam. The must-attend 2018 AANS Goodman Oral Board Preparation course has evolved to reflect the changes in the ABNS Oral Board Exam.

 

Through lectures and case studies, advanced practice providers (APPs) can examine a wide array of neurosurgical topics. In addition, attendees can add an additional half-day of practical clinics to their training.

 

The American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) is pleased to offer 2018 AANS Advanced Coding for Complex Spine Cases. This one-day seminar is designed for practicing neurosurgeons, administrators and staff with significant experience in coding and are seeking advanced coding information for complex spine procedures.

 

The American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) is pleased to offer 2018 AANS Coding Essentials for Neurosurgeons. This one-day interactive seminar covers the fundamentals of neurosurgical coding with expert faculty providing personalized, in-depth instruction pertaining to CPT and guideline changes. Correct coding is essential to keep compliant and ensure financial success in the first years of practice.