Get back to the fundamentals of the old 98940, 98941, 98942, and 98943. Dr. Gwilliam will go over the best diagnosis codes, documentation and coding rules. This presentation will also cover the most common errors made when coding for Chiropractic Manipulative Treatment (CMT)
(from page 210 in chapter 3.5 of the 2017 DeskBook) One of the biggest problems providers face when audited is that many services are deemed not medically necessary and are routinely denied. Much of the proof falls back on the medical record.
Here are some specific situations as they may …
Are you billing units correctly? This article outlines important considerations to ensure that claims are submitted properly.
97010 is a service that is commonly not covered by payers or if it is covered, reimbursement is very minimal. This is due to a few reasons:
Here at ChiroCode we often get to look at doctor records and provide advice on ways to improve them. One of the main issues is lack of functional progress to establish medical necessity. That may sound like a mouthful, but it is not hard to make sure it is clear in a typical note. Learn about an actual case that was documented well, but still had room for improvement.
Ever wondered how to code for wellness visits. Even though they are typically not billed to third parties, there is a right way to record these kinds of encounters.
Stop losing hard-earned dollars. Too often, dollars are left on the table at billing time. Adjunctive codes for associated services should be added when they are appropriate. Here are a few examples of coding that are often overlooked.
97014 & 97032 Electrical Stimulation Supplies
According to the Relative Value Update Committee (RUC), …