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Managing the Insurance Circus: Be the Ringmaster, Not the Act!

Discover the invaluable ways we can help with the insurance run around.
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We know you count on us to keep you up to date with the most important information in the profession. We have compiled updates, blogs, and news for you into this convenient digital publication.

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Need more guided help? Work with a KMC coach 1-on-1

Sometimes you need more than a self-service, on-demand program and need an expert to analyze your issues, train the corrections, and help you implement the changes, so they stick

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New Course Available!

This course explains the significant role chiropractic care can play in the sports industry and how a DC can succeed as a Sports Chiropractor. Start your steps to success here!

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There's no need to fear the OIG. We've got your back!

The most effective chiropractic OIG compliance programs are scaled according to the size of the practice!

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Basic Routine Office Visit Documentation

Minimal Documentation is Basic, Enhanced Documentation is Necessary

While states require minimum documentation requirements for chiropractors, many states require chiropractic-specific details. While it is not recommended that you only do the minimum to scrape by, there might be times when you only need to document to the level of meeting the state requirement. Enhanced documentation is recommended for the level of care you desire to provide to your patients. Better documentation means better patient care and better patient outcomes.

Documentation of Routine Chiropractic Office Visit

In your chiropractic practice, you must attain state specific minimum documentation requirements or greater by establishing standards for documentation defining your policy requirements and your standard operating procedure (SOP). These will include an explanation of the use of your patient’s subjective data, the provider’s objective findings, the assessment, and the treatment rendered.

Documentation of Modalities and Procedures

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