Chronicles Banner 1

It's here!

Download the latest chronicles!

Download Now
No Surprises

NEW COURSE! | Be Compliant with the No Surprises Act

KMCU Library members click here to access the course!
Not a Library member yet? Click below to join today!

Join the Library

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!

Learn More

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

Learn More

Documentation of Modalities and Procedures

Meticulous Detail is Required from Beginning to End

When charting compliant documentation, you and your staff should always have a complete, thorough, compliant final patient note in mind. The doctor, during the examination, follows a ‘walk through’ utilizing an expert knowledge base beginning with the initial evaluationrecommendation of chiropractic care and physical medicine procedures, and the written treatment plan.

Compliant Chiropractic Documentation Includes Modalities, Procedures, and Therapies

In every step, meticulous detail is required, establishing medical necessity for modalities, procedures, and therapies, which promise the desired functional improvement to the patient. Keep the functional deficits and functional goals in mind when you document your patient’s care.

Third Party Routine Office Visit Documentation

Back to: Documenting Routine Office Visits

Image Image

After watching the webinar “Security Risk Management, A HIPAA Requirement”, I went to the government website and spent 4 hours trying to research what I needed to do and had to walk away as I was overwhelmed.  After contacting my Account Manager, and setting a time to review the Compliance materials that are available at KMC University, I now feel this is what I was looking for…simple steps to walk from A-Z.

Amy D.