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Webinars

Northeast College of Health Sciences Webinar – Efficient Coding, Compliance, and Documentation for the Chiropractic Office & Getting Started with HIPAA Compliance and Required Compliance Components of the No Surprises Act

Saturday, July 9th - Saturday, July 9th 2022 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm RSVP Save to Calendar

On July 9th you can experience a compliance buffet of need-to-know subjects to assist your clinic in meeting the regulatory requirements that relate to documentation, HIPAA and the No Surprises Act. In the comfort of a virtual platform, you can learn about case management, the required elements of daily treatment notes and re-evaluations, identifying areas of HIPAA compliance that are often audited, as well as the required components of the No Surprises Act. All while earning six hours of CE credits*.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to experience live training from both Kathy Weidner (KMC) MCS-P, CCPC, CCCA and team member Jill Foote, certified Healthcare IT Specialist as they tag team in addressing all the areas of compliance that seem to get doctors in hot water. Invest in your clinic today by joining us on the journey of compliance implementation.

Seminars

ASCA Summer Series – The Documentation Lifecycle – From Initial Visit to Zero Balance

Saturday, August 20th - Sunday, August 21st 2022 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Alabama State Chiropractic Association
26 North Royal Street, Mobile, Alabama 36602
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Documentation Principles and Recordkeeping Guidelines, Risk Management, Coding, Financial Compliance

The ever-changing landscape of healthcare regulations can cause anxiety and frustration for DCs and their teams. The implementation of The No-Surprises Act in January 2022 added another layer of regulation that must be followed. Not to worry! In this comprehensive, core training, we’ll cover the rules, regulations, and recordkeeping guidelines help you feel safe and confident. Don’t continue to question whether your practice recordkeeping and compliance are up to speed. This 10-hour training is an opportunity to get to the bottom of that answer immediately and to make sure you’re set on a correct course. This core competency training will help you bullet-proof your recordkeeping. Kathy’s distinctive approach to explaining patient case management leaves the doctor and team members with clear understanding of initial and routine visit documentation requirements, treatment planning, and required financial compliance. Bring your team and you will leave this session with the action steps and knowledge necessary to take control of your documentation and compliance and master Medicare all at the same time.

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FCA National – Understanding Your Audience is Vital in Documenting an Initial Visit

Thursday, August 25th - Sunday, August 28th 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Hyatt Regency
9801 International Drive Orlando, Florida
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Understanding Your Audience is Vital in Documenting an Initial Visit
Presented by Dr April Lee D.C., CPCO


Speaking date and time to be determined

Documentation for an initial visit or new episode shouldn’t take all day! But how do you know what is too much and what isn’t enough? With increased regulations and policies, your documentation can take more time than the time spent with the patient. We all know that more patient visits equal increased revenue and feeling like you must write the next best-selling novel only keeps you from reaching your fullest potential. Knowing your audience will often guide you through the level of documentation needed. Many offices fail to understand that documentation plays one of the most critical roles in their practice finances. We hear it all the time, “I don’t have a problem with my documentation; I am getting paid for everything I am doing.” But we wonder if they have looked to make sure.

We’ll identify which missing components can become critical issues for your practice, along with the steps you can take immediately to better communicate through documentation to provide better protection for your practice and your patients.

Seminars

Life Vision Extravaganza – Risk Management in Healthcare – What You Probably Don’t Know That You Don’t Know

Friday, September 30th - Friday, September 30th 2022 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm Life University – Life Vision Extravaganza
1269 Barclay Circle, RCCE Building and CGUS Building
Marietta, GA 30060
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Risk Management and Compliance take on many forms in this very highly regulated industry of healthcare. It’s estimated that 75% of Chiropractic practices are non-compliant with HIPAA. Additionally, the eight fundamental elements of an effective compliance program are specifically mentioned in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as a “must have” for certain healthcare providers as a condition of participation in Medicare. A typical roadblock to a successful compliance program is appropriate and systematic implementation in the practice. This session will review the four most important Risk Management issues faced by a typical chiropractic office, and what to do to protect your practice and your patients.

Seminars

American College of Chiropractic Consultants 2022 Conference – Compliance Implications of the No Surprises Act-Now and Next Year

Friday, November 4th - Friday, November 4th 2022 8:00 am - 10:00 am Chicago Marriott Oak Brook
1401 W. 22nd Street, Oak Brook, IL 60523
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Compliance Implications of the No Surprises Act-Now and Next Year
Presented by Kathy (KMC) Weidner, MCS-P, CCPC, CCCA

The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 was enacted on December 27, 2020, with aspects of the No Surprises Act portion enforced on January 1, 2022. It resulted in providers nationwide scrambling to identify and implement the necessary changes. Unfortunately, even as the year progresses, providers are putting their practices at risk by ignoring the part of the rule that applies to them. The rule is complex – aspects of it are in a transition stage and portions are being challenged by medical associations. This does not mean that a provider can ignore the rules. Enforcement means penalty if the requirements are not followed. Unfortunately, presenters are providing incorrect information about the rule and making it more difficult for providers to fall into line with the requirements. We’ll help providers identify what portion of the law applies to them and immediately make changes to be compliant, provide real-time examples, and important forms to make the process compliant in the practice.

Seminars

Parker Seminars Dallas 2022 – Routine Office Visit (ROV) Documentation is Often Far from Routine / Documentation, Coding and Billing of Therapy and Exercise Services / Regulations and Risk Management Associated with Maintenance Care

Saturday, October 1st - Saturday, October 1st 2022 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Parker University Campus
2540 Walnut Hl Ln, Dallas, TX
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Routine Office Visit (ROV) Documentation is Often Far from Routine - 8:00-10:00 AM
Often, providers forget that the ROV within “episodic care” must have a minimum set of targeted “updated” (comparative) subjective data components from the previous or initial visit, when applicable.
Documentation, Coding and Billing of Therapy and Exercise Services - 1:30-3:30 PM
It is widely accepted that most conditions that respond favorably to chiropractic care might get better results in less time when therapeutic modalities and procedures are utilized in the treatment plan.
Regulations and Risk Management Associated with Maintenance Care - 4:00-5:00 PM
Never has it been more important to understand the difference between clinically appropriate care and medically necessary care.