Chiro Texpo ’24

June 29th-30th, 2024

Hyatt Regency Frisco Dallas
2615 Preston Road
Frisco, TX 75034



Be Brilliant In Your Office: The Key to Higher Reimbursement and Lower Risk

Saturday, June 29th, 8:15 AM – 4:00 PM

6 Hour CA Track | Presented by Kathy (KMC) Weidner , MCS-P, CCPC,CPCO, CCCA

Compliance with the front office necessities of every day practice may sound mundane or boring. Not this time! Would it surprise you to know that a few tweaks on your standard operating procedure for Medicare, coding, documentation and billing can actually make you more money and lower your compliance risk? Statistics show that special attention to the basics of day-to-day procedure and excellent execution in these areas is the key to practice success. In this important, fast-paced session, appropriate for doctors and team members alike, we’ll cover all the important aspects of a clean, compliant, front office process, from the front desk to the insurance department. Often Chiropractors are looking for the best new marketing plan or gizmo. While telling the chiropractic story at marketing events, sharing your experience as a chiropractor, and inspiring attendees to come under chiropractic care in your office is a fantastic way to grow your practice, more doctors are living in fear about the compliance issues that can accompany marketing today. Seems like since the discovery of Chiropractic, offering a free exam, and/or x-rays has been one of the best ways to help patients learn what chiropractic care can do for them. Unfortunately, this process runs afoul of certain Federal and State regulations that prohibit inducements. You want to be compliant but are not sure how to continue marketing in this way AND stay compliant with all the rules. All is not lost!

Self-Auditing: Making Your Documentation Work for You

Sunday, June 30th, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

2 Hour DC Class | Presented by Kathy (KMC) Weidner , MCS-P, CCPC,CPCO, CCCA

We have all heard “If it isn’t written it didn’t happen” but understanding how this systemically affects your practice is sometimes the most devastating consequential lesson a practice can learn. During a records review/audit this the same principle is applied to poorly written documentation. Understanding who your audience is becomes a very valuable piece to the Documentation puzzle which can ultimately touch every aspect of your practice. The written medical necessity standards and documentation guidelines set by chiropractic boards and third-party payers lay out the requirements for documentation and for what’s expected to be found in the patient’s records. The Office of Inspector General (OIG) from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) confirms that all providers should be self-auditing documentation and billing to ensure that they comply with written standards.