DATE: Friday, May 26, 2017
TIME: 3 PM Pacific / 6 PM Eastern
Presented by Jacque Taylor, MSP, AHDI-F
AHDI-Approved CEC: 1 Clinical Medicine (CM)
Treating pain has always been a special challenge, but that is especially true for people that have been touched by opiate addiction. With pain management being measured for determining reimbursement, it is becoming more important than ever to understand how this issue can be addressed. Join us to learn more about what opiate addiction really is and how it affects the brain, become familiar with the approved federal guidelines outlining proper pain management for those dealing with opiate addiction and chronic or acute pain, and discover alternative treatments for pain management without the use of pharmaceuticals.
MEET THE PRESENTER: Jacque has been a member of AAMT/AHDI since 2000 as a student of medical transcription, working in the profession as an MT, QA, and instructor through 2012. She served in local, state, regional, and national capacities and on many national committees since joining AHDI. Currently serving as District 1 Director on the National Leadership Board for 2016-2019. She obtained a BS in Health and Wellness in 2013 and MS in Psychology in 2015. She is married, a mother and stepmother, grand- and great-grandmother of many, as well as a pet mom of 3 beautiful felines. Currently live in Salt Lake City, Utah, after living in Utah most of her life along with the states of Idaho, California, Oregon and the island country of Barbados. Hobbies include computer networking, crocheting, exercising, watching football (Green Bay Packers, University of Utah), and spending time with family and friends.