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The Chiropractic Standard for Coding, Reimbursement, and Practice Compliance
  • 9 Books in 1: Practice Management, Insurance and Reimbursement, Medicare, Documentation, Claims and Appeals, Compliance and Audit Protection, Diagnosis Codes, Procedure Codes, Supply Codes.
  • Compliance Updates: The Deskbook has been updated for 2015 with current codes (for ICD-10 see below), Medicare and compliance regulations, and offers enhanced tips and online features.
  • Endorsed by the ACA: It has been endorsed and reviewed by the American Chiropractic Association as well as dozens of certified consultants and experts.
  • Everything you need to document, bill, file claims, appeal, and survive audits is found in this one comprehensive volume.

ChiroCode ICD-10 Coding for Chiropractic

Second Edition

Making the Change to ICD-10-CM - October 1, 2015
  • Understanding ICD-10-CM Coding
  • ICD-9 to ICD-10 Code Map
  • Tabular Code List for Chiropractic
  • ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines
  • Quick Reference Index

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Quick Questions
Is it okay to email records?Aug 27

Our EHR software says that one way to meet meaningful use is for us to be able to provide patients with timely electronic access to their records via email. I read somewhere that emailing patients is not recommended because both parties emails must be encrypted, but we don't know if the patients email is encrypted, therefore we should not do this. Do you know of other ways to meet this requirement for the EHR?

Coding for two Chiropractic Adjustments (same day)Aug 26

We have a patient who on two separate occasions came in in the morning for a chiropractic adjustment and then in the afternoon of the the same day for another chiropractic adjustment.  Do I need to use a modifier on the second chiropractic adjustment when this happens?

Billing 98943 and 98941Aug 20

Did Medicare pass a change on billing 98943 extremity adjustment with a 98941 manipulative adjustment?  Is the modifier 51 still required when billing with the 98941 manipulative adjustment?  Also, have all insurance companies accepting this change?

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About ChiroCode Institute
ChiroCode Institute is the leading provider of health insurance coding and reimbursement solutions to chiropractors. Our mission is to help ethical doctors get paid their share.

We assist Chiropractic doctors and staff to:
  1. Better understand current documentation and compliance requiremants.
  2. Identify, describe, and report current diagnoses, procedures, and supplies.
  3. Evaluate and determine their own fees for appropriate reimbursement.
  4. Pursue proper payment.

Our Customers
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  • Numerous other healthcare professionals!