The 5 Documentation Mistakes You’re Probably Making--and What to Do About Them - Friday, December 4 11-1PM
Poor documentation error rates have long plagued the chiropractic profession. The Office of Inspector General (OIG) shakes its fist, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) responds by stepping up audits, and doctors continue to be at risk. It isn’t hard to understand why: chiropractic documentation is far from simple, and there are many details that must be included when documenting both initial and routine office visits. But third-party payers are very clear about what they expect to see in order for the provider to prove medical necessity—and you can learn how to meet those expectations. But time is running out. Medicare is gearing up require pre-authorization for many DCS based on their chiropractic error rate. It’s happening, and it’s happening soon. NOW is the time to clean up your documentation once and for all. This session will outline the top five errors found on audit and give you a roadmap for what to do about them.