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Training

Our goal is to customize a program to meet the needs of our audience. Our courses are suitable for ophthalmologists, optometrists, opticians, administrative personnel, technicians, and billing staff.

These programs vary in length. Each program is taught with a comprehensive handout that will be a valuable resource long after the program is over. We offer full-day programs, half-day programs, and brief one to three hour programs. They can be conducted during the day, evening, weekdays or weekends.

We are pleased to offer JCAHPO, COE, and AAPC credits for many of our programs. A processing charge will be made for JCAHPO approved courses. Please be sure to ask about continuing education credits for your program.

Training with CCG can be conducted in two formats.

Onsite Training:
Onsite training is performed at a specific practice for their specific staff. It is not open to the public and the agenda for the day is carefully planned to meet the objectives of the practice. The setting is small and intimate, allowing for one-on-one sessions or Q&A with specific physicians and staff.

Seminar:
A seminar is a community-based program with an open invitation. The audience is usually larger and most often requires a registration fee or RSVP. A seminar can also be considered when multiple practices combine their staff for the day as a way to maximize the resources.

Click here to browse our current conferences.

Topics:
The CCG list of Course Topics can apply to both onsite training and seminars.

Each seminar or training program is carefully planned.  The consultant tailors the presentation, handouts, and case studies to the expected audience (MD, DO, OD, optician, technicians, billing staff, etc.) and geographic location.  Whenever possible, local policies are reviewed and discussed.

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