Each time a provider submits a claim, the data is analyzed, and the findings are used to create policies, establish procedures, increase efficiency, and reduce fraud, waste and abuse.
Most providers are much more confident with ICD-10 coding than they were years ago when it first rolled out. The rules were in place, easy to follow, right? Not really. A lack of attention to detail with this important process can cost you time and money.
Don’t miss this opportunity to “see” what chiropractic documentation should look like. Spend this hour weeding through the clutter to focus on what will help you feel secure with your documentation skills and knowledge.
As a doctor, it is your responsibility to design a treatment plan for each patient that considers the patient’s current condition and complaints, the exam findings, the diagnosis, and any complicating factors.
It is a widely accepted fact that most conditions that respond favorably to chiropractic care might get better results in less time when therapeutic modalities and procedures are utilized in the treatment plan. Patients can realize improved outcomes when a provider incorporates stretching, strengthening, and reconditioning the entire body region to help facilitate and support the spinal adjustments.
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