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Coding, Billing and Collection Systems

Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)


As doctors and team members, do you ever feel ill at ease over what's going on in your financial department? Your lack of knowledge about how this department runs or your disorganization creates fear and unnecessary stress in your life. Conquer that fear once and for all. Kathy Mills Chang presents this billing and collection training broken down into patient-centered activities and the daily infrastructure and systems of billing and collections that are necessary in every successful chiropractic office. 


This course was originally presented by Kathy Mills Chang on October 1, 2009, and sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc.




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KMC University

Kathy is known as one of our profession’s premiere Medicare, compliance, billing, and documentation experts. She knows her stuff, and consistently rates as one of the most informative, and entertaining speakers we have. Now a Certified Medical Compliance Specialist (MCS-P), a Certified Professional Chiropractic Coder (CCPC) and a Certified Clinical Chiropractic Assistant (CCCA), Kathy’s super-power is that she makes these difficult subjects simple, easy to understand, and, most importantly, easy to implement. In 2007, Kathy founded KMC University, the profession’s go-to for practice analysis and training on these subjects. Her team is the largest team of certified specialists under one roof in the profession, and has over 250 years’ experience in chiropractic, including Kathy’s 37 years of service to the profession. You can find out more about KMC University at



Overall:      4.2

Total Reviews: 145


Petrina J - Hazel Crest, Illinois


Dan K - Downers Grove, Illinois

"This seminar is VERY outdated with respect to billing - everything is done digitally now."

Ryan M - Vernon Hills, Illinois

"If I had to hear how important something was again I may have lost my mind. Nothing is important if literally everything is stated to being important. "

David K - BRADLEY, Illinois

"Kathy did a great job in explaining a proper way to run an office. I learned a lot. "

Victoria G - Elmhurst, Illinois