As a Chiropractor, Why Do I Have to Document?
Often we hear, ‘why must chiropractors document?’ Chiropractic documentation is a requirement of your good-doctoring processes. If your chiropractic documentation is not correct, it can cost you dearly, especially when you take into consideration the MACRA legislation that will put chiropractors under severe scrutiny and pre-payment consequences starting in 2017.
Four Audiences Will Scrutinize Your Chiropractic Documentation
Proper chiropractic documentation has long been a thorn in the side of the chiropractic profession. Learn why chiropractors must document and about the four audiences who will scrutinize your chiropractic documentation: other healthcare providers, state board, malpractice attorneys and insurance auditors.
Using NCQA Guidelines Sends a Powerful Message: Quality Matters
To meet the standards that are expected by the many different audiences that may review your patient records, you need to know the standards within the healthcare community at large. That standard is defined by The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
Use standards to understand what your chiropractic documentation must address, and exactly what your documentation must contain to make sure your chiropractic documentation is bulletproof. Learn the chiropractic documentation secrets and master the details about how to write for the four audiences who review your chiropractic documentation. Join the KMC University Library today.
The ICD 10 mapping brochure is fantastic! Keep up the good work.