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Financial Compliance: Risky Business


Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category II (Informal) |  Risk Management
Topics:
Billing & Collections |  Compliance |  Legal |  Medicare |  Office Training Series
Faculty:
Kristi Hudson, CPCO
Duration:
56 Minutes



Description


Understanding what risk management has to do with your financial policy. There is now a greater risk of financial loss due to improper discounting and faulty financial and collection policies. It is widely known that the Office of Inspector General (OIG) and Medicare are cracking down on healthcare fraud and abuse, but what most chiropractor offices are unaware of, is how widely successful these efforts have been. In this presentation, we will identify the five most dangerous things we face in chiropractic and how to avoid them.

 

This course was originally presented by Kristi Hudson, CPCO on May 7, 2019, and is part of the Chiropractic Assistant Training series sponsored by Chirohealth USA.

 

 

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ChiroHealthUSA


Join Kristi Hudson, CPCO at the 2020 ICS Virtual Conference on October 17th for her presentation "Business Ethics: Chiropractic Issues and Case Studies".

 

Kristi Hudson, serves as the Director of Special Projects for ChiroHealthUSA and Administrator for the ChiroHealthUSA Foxworth Family Scholarship. Since 2010, she has helped educate chiropractors and their staffs on compliance issues related to faulty financial policies. She has been a guest lecturer for events hosted by Breakthrough Coaching, KMC University, Physician’s Business Solutions, and the Student ACA. She enjoys working with state associations, COCSA, the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, and the Clinical Compass to provide educational awareness on changes within the profession


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