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Better SOAP Notes

Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Risk Management
Compliance |  Documentation
Dr. Marty Kotlar, DC, CPCO, CBCS
1 Hour


Presented by Dr. Marty Kotlar, DC, CPCO, CBCS Certified Coding & Compliance Expert in this informative one hour webinar Dr. Kotlar will cover:

    - How to prove medical necessity in your SOAP notes
    - Set the tone with compliant exams and re-exams
    - 97110, 97112, 97140 & 97530 descriptions
    - Time-based codes

This course was presented in September 2016 by Dr. Marty Kotlar and sponsored by Target Coding.





Dr. Marty Kotlar, DC, CPCO, CBCS's Profile

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Target Coding

Dr. Marty Kotlar is the President of Target Coding. Dr. Kotlar owned and operated a successful chiropractic practice for 12 years and multi-specialty practice for 4 years. He began his consulting career with a special emphasis on CPT coding, billing, reimbursement, documentation, and compliance for chiropractic and multi-specialty facilities.

Over the last 10 years, Dr. Kotlar has provided valuable nationwide educational seminars and consulting to over 3,500 healthcare providers and their staff members. Dr. Kotlar is Certified in CPT Coding, a Certified Professional Compliance Officer and a member of the American Chiropractic Association and American Academy of Professional Coders.

Dr. Kotlar has written 8 books on chiropractic coding, compliance, and documentation. He is a contributing author to Chiropractic Economics, Dynamic Chiropractic and The Coders Edge. He is a featured guest speaker for Foot Levelers Seminars, Parker Seminars, the Coding Institute and at many state association conventions nationwide. Dr. Kotlar has taught coding and documentation courses at Parker College of Chiropractic, Northwestern Chiropractic College, and New York Chiropractic College.



Overall:      4.4

Total Reviews: 254


Sylvia K - Oak Brook, Illinois

"For the exam question about being able to bill for a therapy if performed under 8 minutes... it is technically true as long as you have a modifier. Not the best way to format that question. "

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Michael T - Skokie, Illinois

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Ryan G - Naperville, Illinois

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David C - Barrington, Illinois

"couldn't read a few of the handouts"