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SCCA Annual Convention - Compliance and Ethics

Compliance Basics
4 Jun Seminar
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June 04, 2020 - 10:00am to 6:00pm EDT
The Kingston Plantation
9800 Queensway Boulevard
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

6/4 - 10am-6PM - “Chiropractical Compliance” for Success: From Documentation and Medicare, to Billing and Collections

Frustrated by so-called Compliance? Don’t be! We got this!! Sit down, put your seat belt on and get ready to immerse in “Chiropractical Compliance” for the practice that wants to do it right, but as simply and sensibly as possible. Kathy’s “velvet glove” and down-to-earth presentation style will leave you encouraged and ready to finally be successful with implementing these mandatory guidelines in a pragmatic, reasonable, and chiro-congruent manner.

This comprehensive review of the nuances, details and rules about compliance from patient intake to documentation to billing will help everyone, whether you’re new or a veteran. This enlightened, practical training will reveal the most important steps in the compliance cycle, from your patient’s first entry into the office, through discharge and even follow-up if necessary. You’ll leave this session with the knowledge and tools necessary to evaluate your compliance situation and implement what’s necessary for a responsible chiropractor and team to complete.

6/5 - 8am-Noon - Professional Boundaries and Ethical Business Behavior

The most honorable chiropractor sometimes makes errors in business judgment because they didn’t know what they didn’t know. And they can find themselves in a pot of pretty hot water because of it. Did you know that haphazard documentation techniques, for example, can result in an “unprofessional conduct” sanction by a board or payer?

Being a doctor and operating a chiropractic business or being a chiropractic team member in that business holds you to a higher set of standards than many other businesses. Our world is different because healthcare is regulated so differently from other business types, the lines in the sand are drawn with a more stringent stick. There are myriad issues that can come up when professional boundaries are crossed. This can be either an interpersonal boundary or a business ethics one. With the topic being central in most news stories of the day, the subject couldn’t be timelier.

Kathy will outline how business ethics can be compromised with errors in billing, documentation, collections, fees, coding, bartering and unethical financial gain. Leave this session with real-time tools to evaluate your personal situation and to chart a course toward easily managed systems and processes to keep you safe and keep the boundaries clear.

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