The Path to Building a Super Successful Practice that Matters
Building the practice of your dreams doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, when you break down your practice into its core functions, it can be made much simpler. We all have the inherent ability to build a successful practice. You must learn and apply some fundamental principles to be able to do it. Perhaps you have never seen yourself as a super-achiever or just thought it was an impossible goal. It’s not! In this session, you’ll learn how to focus on helping more patients, keep track of your numbers, and deliver exceptional service and an awesome patient experience.
Low-Tech Functional Tests that Establish Medical Necessity beyond Pain Relief
Proving medical necessity in today’s marketplace requires doctors to document objective functional improvement to get patient visits approved and paid for. In many chiropractic practices case management is pain management and when the pain goes away, so does the patient. One way to overcome this obstacle is to perform a small battery of quantifiable functional capacity tests to identify the patient's limitations beyond pain. These include measures of strength, endurance, balance, and proprioception. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how to measure function, set goals for care, and communicate them to your patients and third-party payers.
Stamp Out Denials with Insurance Collections Essentials
In this important session, we will review the Breakthrough Coaching Insurance Department system. Learn how each and every step of the collection process works. You'll be taught exactly how each of the BTC insurance forms is used to maximize efficiency and reimbursement. Step-by-step procedures will be taught for insurance verification, insurance billing, and insurance collections. This session is a “don't miss” for key insurance billing staff!
Post Payment Audits: How to Avoid Them & What to Do If You Are Audited
Due to the increase in post payment audits by the OIG and major insurance companies, it is imperative that doctors and CAs understand how to bullet proof their practices. Doctors, CAs and insurance personnel need to know what auditors look for and, more importantly, what their rights are as health care practitioners. It’s no longer a question of IF your practice will be audited, it’s WHEN. Understanding what auditors are targeting is the first step toward a successful defense.