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March 24th, 2017
Are There any Alternatives for Code 97112 Neuromuscular Re-education?
Published March 24th, 2017 - Last Review/Update January 31st, 2019|
Q: Are there any alternatives for code 97112 Neuromuscular Re-education? This code is counted toward both Chiropractic and Physical Therapy visits with BCBS, and we want to preserve the insurance benefits.
June 9th, 2016
Understanding and Using Taxonomy Codes to Maximize Reimbursement
Published June 9th, 2016|
Taxonomy codes are used by insurers as indicators of legal scope of practice. Scope of practice is key to getting reimbursed under the Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare. However, Most providers will only choose one taxonomy code to describe their training. This limits their scope of practice. To maximize scope ...
January 6th, 2016
6 ways to stop filing duplicate Medicare claims - Duplicates could expose your practice to fraud investigation
Published January 6th, 2016|
Whenever a Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC) releases a list of the top reasons for claims denials, the list almost never fails to include duplicate claims. When the MAC perceives the claim to be a duplicate, based typically on a match of the patient identifying information, furnishing...
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September 4th, 2018
Mandatory Chart Reviews - What You Need to Know
In this webinar, we are going to discuss what a Chart Review is, why it's mandatory, YOUR benefits to conducting our outsourcing a Chart Review along with the general steps for preparing, performing and properly documenting a Chart Review and its findings. Also, learn what to do post Chart Review - what your next steps should be and how to prioritize.
August 7th, 2018
Medicare reviews claims for a variety of reasons. Some are routine and are not a problem for the doctor or the practice. Some are investigatory in nature and indicate a serious potential threat for both the doctor and the practice. Dr. Ron Short will go over the types of reviews and which are routine and which should cause you to lose sleep. In this webinar you will learn: -What routine reviews are and why they are conducted -What reviews are a potential risk -What triggers reviews -When to get help and what kind of help to get
July 31st, 2018
Lift the Cloud: Part 1 of 2
In this presentation, Dr. Gwilliam, a widely renowned auditor and coder, will reveal to you the references he and other auditors use when reviewing your claims and documentation. These include coding books, Medicare guidelines, and private payor policies. Buckle up for a wild ride.
June 26th, 2018
ICD-10 Guidelines for the Chiropractor
Time for a little refresher. You might think you know ICD-10 now that it has been around for a while. The guidelines teach which codes go first, how certain key words are defined, and ensure that you submit the right information on your claim forms. This webinar will be taught by Dr. Evan Gwilliam who helped write ChiroCode's ICD-10 book and is a certified ICD-10 instructor.
May 29th, 2018
The Most Expensive Documentation Mistakes Chiropractors Make
Notes need to give payers the information they need in order to adjudicate your claims. Do your notes include what they need to see? Can you standardize and simplify your note taking process to decrease your administrative burden? In this webinar, Dr. Gwilliam, Certified Coder, Certified Professional Medical Auditor, and Clinical Director for PayDC Chiropractic EHR Software, will show you how to make it easy. He will review examples and boost your confidence that you are doing things correctly.
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