The MSHA Executive Board and Convention Planning Team have been hard at work organizing virtual continuing education
opportunities for you in light of canceling the 2020 MSHA Convention. We will indeed be offering virtual, recorded presentations
for you to earn continuing education hours! These recordings will be available mid to late May. Stay tuned for more information
on what types of sessions you will be able to view.

If you did not register for the 2020 MSHA Convention at Tan-Tar-A Conference Center, you will have the opportunity to register
for these recorded sessions!

Resources for Coronavirus
(COVID-19) Pandemic
The Missouri Department of Commerce and Insurance issued
a Bulletin to inform and educate the reader on the issue regarding
provision of services via telehealth.


US Department of Education on COVID-19

The US Department of Education has just released some information that provides guidance that pertains to students being served under IDEA during the COVID-19 outbreak. [Please review this information and frequently check the MSHA and ASHA websites for information.]
Medicare Reverses Incorrect Edit

MSHA knows that there have been concerns raised around CMS’ 2020 edit that did not allow same-day billing of 92611 (modified barium swallow study) and 74230 (radiologist charge). [Read More]
Special Education Standards and Indicators

DESE Special Education Standards and Indicators now available. [Learn More]
Time To Renew

It’s time to renew your MSHA membership for 2020. [Renew Today!]
CCS SS SCS HCS HB 399 – Healthcare

This bill modifies several provisions relating to the health care services. [Learn More]
HB 77 – Public School Retirement System

Currently, any teacher retired from the Public School Retirement System of Missouri may be employed in a position covered under the Public Education Employee Retirement System (PEERS) without stopping [Read More]
DESE SLP Certification Changes

Just a friendly reminder, DESE will no longer issue Initial Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) certificates beginning August 1, 2019. [Read More]


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