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

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Train Your Chiropractic Scribe

As the provider is not tasked with both treating the patient and documenting the encounter at the same time, services performed are often more accurately documented, which contributes to more proficient coding as well, minimizing risk.

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Documentation & Coding

Initial Visit Foundational Documentation

Make Time for the Details For many doctors, documentation can be a daunting and cumbersome chore. After all, who has time for all these details…

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Documentation & Coding

Daily, Routine Office Visits: Documentation Lite!

In this helpful video, KMC addresses the most common questions we get about what goes in the documentation for an ROV. She explains what auditors are looking for in this documentation, and as usual, makes it easy to understand and to duplicate. Watch this short explanatory video and watch the documentation of ROVs in your practice go from good to great!

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Documentation & Coding

How Long Must I Retain Medical Records?

There is a great deal of conflicting information about how long medical records must be retained. Providers can even fear discarding anything at all. Let us clear up some of the confusion!

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Compliance

Medicare Part C/Advantage Plans Have Rules—Please Follow Them!

Hot Topics from the KMC University HelpDesk So many calls to our HelpDesk revolve around questions about these privately managed Medicare plans. Some providers and…

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Medicare

Why Document?

There are many valid reasons to document the encounter between you and your patient. It is essential to the practice for accurate record-keeping; it is valuable to the patient to have their medical history recorded for any future need, and it is required by the payer to indicate that the services that were billed were performed and coded correctly.

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Documentation & Coding

Make Your Summer Practice Productive

Reflect and Examine your Chiropractic Practice’s Status We tend to think of summer as a time for outdoor activities, vacations, and lounging in the…

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Documentation & Coding

Wait! You May Not Be Able to Charge Your Patient for That!

Hot Topics from the KMC University HelpDesk Our HelpDesk has received an increase in calls about when an office can charge a patient for a…

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Practice Finances

Help! That Wasn’t on The Boards

For most of us, the demands of school left little time to think about running a practice - how every decision is the practice owners, what forms and EHR to use, which insurance companies to contract with, what services to offer, etc.

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Documentation & Coding

Is This Visit the Same as the Last?

It can be a red flag if every daily visit note looks exactly like the one from the previous encounter. And this is often the case with the use of electronic health records (EHR).

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Documentation & Coding