Thursday, May 10, 2012 - Successful Implementation of Nutrition and Other Procedures
Thursday, May 17, 2012 - Daily Treatment Notes
Is Delaying ICD-10 Good for Chiropractic?
Complete & Easy HIPAA Compliance
Complete & Easy HIPAA Compliance is a simple and practical guide to implementing all current HIPAA and HITECH components. Includes customizable forms and policies to meet compliance requirements, and a HIPAA training presentation.
Stop suffering from information overload and filtering through endless paperwork. This simplified manual is your solution.
This webinar will reveal the proper steps to efficient implementation of nutrition as well as other procedures of your office. We will outline possible vehicles to use in your effort to reach out to both currrent patients and potential patients. While the doctor is generally the leader and decision maker in the office, it is imperative that staff is utilized if your desire is to create continuous efficiency and growth. We will also discuss the crucial role that staff plays in ensuring any new implementation is effective and profitables.
Your daily documentation is how you communicate with Medicare. The notes tell what you did, why you did it, and what you hoped to accomplish. Dr. Short will show you how to develop daily notes that will communicate essential information to Medicare reqarding the treatment of your patient.
With ICD-10-CM, Chiropractors will have hundreds of new codes to use to better document patient diagnoses. Perhaps delaying the implementation of ICD-10 from October 1, 2013 to October 1, 2014 is not good for Chiropractic?
If you agree, submit your comment to CMS and let them know how you feel about this proposed delay. But do it right away. The comment period ends in just over a week from now, on May 17th, 2012..
Save time with simple, fast code searching. Eliminate coding frustrations by getting the timely answers you need. Avoid denials and lost payments with current, up-to-date information. Improve your office's bottom line. Enhance your skills as a coder.