CE SEMINAR AT SEA

Sail Away With Target Coding On Our 2nd Annual Cruise Seminar

Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas

Earn 10 CE Credits on this incredible 7 night cruise!

April 11 - April 18, 2020

 

*10 CEUs

(DCs, Acupuncturists, CCPAs, CAs)

*PENDING APPROVAL IN: CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, IA, MA, MD, MI,  MN, MS, MT, NC, NE, ND, NH, NJ, NY, PA, OH, OR, RI, SC, UT, VT, VA, WA, WI, WY & WASHINGTON, DC, Puerto Rico 

Cruise, Learn & Earn 

Learn Chiropractic Recordkeeping, ICD-10 & Billing Compliance

 

Welcome onboard Symphony of the Seas with fun-filled activities and entertainment for everyone! Get ready to sail away on this incredible 7 night cruise while relaxing and basking in the warm sun. Come enjoy the perfect vacation designed for everyone. Embark on new adventures, eat great food, taste exotic drinks and have endless fun. What a perfect way to earn *10 CE Credits! So bring your staff, bring your family, bring your friends, bring them all!!

 

Whether this is your first cruise or you're a Crown & Anchor member, our agent can get you the
BEST pricing available!! 
So stop dreaming and start planning today!! For more information on our INCREDIBLE GROUP pricing contact:

 

Incentive Connection Travel, Inc

Vicki Orovitz  -  vickiorovitz@myacc.net

Fun Facts:

  • At 1,188 feet long, Symphony is twice as high as the Washington Monument
  • Weighs 228,081 gross registered tons (GRT), which is more than 17,000 African elephants
  • Symphony is made up of 500,000 individual parts
  • 5,518 guests (double occupancy) and 2,200 crew representing more than 70 different nationalities
  • 18 total decks (16 guest decks)
  • 2,759 staterooms, including 188 suites and 28 more balconies than the next largest ship in the fleet (Harmony of the Seas)
  • Approximately 5,200 restaurant seats across 23 dining venues
  • 7 distinct neighborhoods: Boardwalk, Central Park, Entertainment Place, Pool and Sports Zone, Youth Zone, Royal Promenade, Vitality Spa and Fitness Center
  • Symphony’s Central Park has more than 20,700 lush tropical plants
  • 25 pools, whirlpools, FlowRider surf simulators and waterslides are on board

A Foodie Fantasy

  • 12 specialty restaurants with more than 350 different dishes served daily, including more than 40 created specifically with kids in mind
  • More than 200 candies at Sugar Beach sweets and ice cream shop on the reimagined Boardwalk
  • Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade lets guests cheer on their home team at sea across any one of 31 big-screen TVs and play out their competitive spirit at the arcade
  • The Bionic Bar can serve up to 1,000 drinks per day with 21 mixers and 30 spirits from 2 robot bartenders
  • 42 bars and lounges where bartenders can mix and mingle 124 specialty cocktails, including 195 spirits
  • There are more than 120 different kinds of fruit and vegetables served weekly
  • On a typical 7-night cruise, an average of 32,000 lbs. of tortillas 15,000 lbs. of beef, 9,700 lbs. of chicken, 5,000 dozen fresh eggs, 100 gallons of ice cream, 2,100 lbs. of lobster tail and 2,500 lbs. of fresh salmon are used on board
  • 1,500 lbs. of coffee are made weekly – that’s 6 million coffee beans
  • There are 1,085 culinary staff of 51 different nationalities

Game-changing Adventures

  • The Ultimate Abyss, the tallest slide at sea, is a duo of racing slides where adventure-seekers spiral down a 92-foot drop in about 13 seconds
  • The slide is 10 stories high, towering 150 feet above sea level (45.7 meters)
  • About 300 LED lights shine overhead in the slide, adding to the thrill factor
  • The zipline crosses the open-air Boardwalk neighborhood at nine decks high
  • 2 signature rock-climbing walls flank the AquaTheater, standing at 43 feet tall (13.1 meters) 

Elevated Art & Entertainment

  • The signature, high-tech Royal Theater seats more than 1,400 guests
  • New, original production “Flight: Dare to Dream” includes an impressive replica of the historic Wright Brothers plane with a 22-foot wingspan and the first replica of the International Space Station used on stage
  • The AquaTheater has a secret level, deck 4.5, where performers and divers access the depths of the theater; those same high-diving acrobats use two 10-meter, Olympic-height diving boards
  • More than 13,347 pieces of artwork on board, including Paradox Void, a 3-ton steel sculpture with 2,100 mirrors and 200 LED lights that interact with its surroundings, and Big Wonder, a color-changing art installation that spans 2,594 square feet in the adults-only Solarium

The Ultimate Family Suite

  • 1 Ultimate Family Suite (room 1733) spanning two decks at 1,346 square feet
  • The suite accommodates up to eight guests across two bedrooms and living room
  • A Royal Genie, the ultimate insider to surprise and delight guests during their cruise vacation
  • An in-suite slide, where even the biggest of kids can slide from the top floor
  • Private cinema room with a 85-inch 4K Ultra HD TV with movie streaming, a popcorn machine and the latest gaming consoles – Xbox One X, Nintendo Switch, PS4 Pro
  • Complete with air hockey table, a building block wall, table tennis on the balcony, and Luckey Climber kid’s vertical maze

7-NIGHT CRUISE SCHEDULE:

• April 11 to April 18, 2020
• Day 1 - Sat: Leave Miami (2pm)
• Day 2 - Sun: Seminar At Sea (8:00a-1:00p)
• Day 6 - Thu: Seminar At Sea (8:00a-1:00p)
• Day 8 - Sat: Arrive Miami (7am)

 

Chiropractic Recordkeeping, ICD-10, Documentation, Compliance & Risk Management

SEMINAR TOPICS:

  • Chiropractic treatment plans
  • ICD-10 & Medicare
  • HIPAA compliance
  • SOAP notes
  • Most common procedures codes
  • Compliant cash plans
  • Plus much more!

Fees & Registration: *10 CEUs for DCs, CCPAs, CAs

Entire Office: $199 (includes CEUs for 1 DC) 

Late Fee ( after 4/4/20): $219 

Additional CEUs: $99 per DC, CCPA, CA

Students & Target Coding Members: Free 

This Seminar is for Chiropractic Offices Only

*$50 Cancellation fee after Jan 15, 2020

* License Renewal: Continuing education credit (CE) is administered by New York Chiropractic College (NYCC). While applications relating to credit hours for license renewal in selected states have been executed for these programs, it remains attendees’ responsibility to contact the state board(s) from whom they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approve both venue and content as they relate to any seminar, course, lecture, webinar, online presentation (event). Neither a speaker’s or exhibitor’s presence at said event, nor product mention or display, shall in any way constitute NYCC endorsement. NYCC’s role is strictly limited to processing, submitting, and archiving program documents on behalf of course sponsors.