Foundations of the Billing and Collections Process

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Foundation for Chiropractic Progress Webinar – Is It Really Maintenance Care? Let’s Find Out!

Tuesday, August 23rd - Tuesday, August 23rd 2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm RSVP Save to Calendar

Is It Really Maintenance Care? Let’s Find Out!
Never has it been more important to understand the difference between clinically appropriate care and medically necessary care. Third party payer regulations and federal guidelines dictate that providers clearly identify for a patient when the line crosses from active treatment to maintenance care. New regulations such as the 2022 No Surprises Act may place providers in the hot seat if they do not notify patients properly when care is no longer considered a covered service. Proper case management and advance notice to the patients when the active treatment transitions from active care is vital. Following the guidance in a meticulous fashion is imperative to stay on the right side of the rules. Kathy takes this difficult subject and demystifies one of the most important tenets in case management that DCs deal with.


Virtual Hands on Lab – Foundations of the Billing and Collections Process

Saturday, September 24th - Saturday, September 24th 2022 8:30 am - 3:00 pm Virtual Hands-On-Lab Learn More Save to Calendar

An engineer knows that the taller the building, the strong and deeper the foundation must be. If any building, or process, is built on a shaky foundation, the ramifications could be devastating. The revenue cycle for most healthcare practices has three distinct parts: Data Gathering, Billing, Collections.

Team members are often surprised that the most important element is the first step: Data Gathering. Missteps in this part of the process cause denials, lost time, and lost cash flow. Ensuring that the right information is captured and entered correctly increases the odds of prompt payment to close to 95%. Let’s get this right from the beginning.