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2014 ChiroCode® DeskBook

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: This updated section includes crucial information on the HIPAA Omnibus 2013 Final Rule and the OIG Audit Program findings.
  • New Claim Form Guidelines: The transition for the new 1500 claim form begins January 1, 2014. By April 1, 2014, all paper claims must be on this new form.



ChiroCode ICD-10 Coding for Chiropractic

Second Edition

Making the Change to ICD-10-CM
  • 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
Are higher level codes more likely to get audited?Apr 14

I heard that higher level codes like 99204 and 99205 are more likely to get audited.  If I only use 99202 or 99203 will I be "under the radar"?

When completing the new CMS 1500 formApr 7

When completing the new CMS 1500 form:  If you have more than 4 diagnostic codes, do you list all of the codes or only the top four codes?  Also, if you do need to list all of the diagnostic codes, when listing the codes on the form (a,b,c,d, etc..), the box only accommodates up to 4 diagnostic codes.  How do you fit all of the codes in the box provided?

What is the correct modifier to use when billing therapies to Medicare?Apr 2
We are setting up a new computer system in the office and the trainer told us to use modifier -GP when billing therapies to Medicare with a secondary insurance. In the past we used -GA. Which is correct?
Are you supposed to put 2 modifiers in the case of -GA and -25 if billing an exam and an adjustment?
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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
  • Chiropractic Physicians and assistants
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  • Massage therapists
  • Physical therapists
  • Insurance billing specialists
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  • Attorneys
  • Numerous other healthcare professionals!