There is a lot of confusion in our profession about what type of care qualifies for third-party reimbursement. The truth is that there is a distinct 'gray' area between the 'white' of active treatment and the 'black' maintenance treatment that is often unclear when defining 'covered' vs 'not covered' chiropractic care. We believe that more visits would likely be covered by payers on appeal or review if the documentation told a more clear story when the care delivered falls into the gray areas that we define as 'incident' or 'burst'. This webinar will outline the 'picture' that should be drawn within your documentation when the patient presents for other than distinctly active or maintenance treatment.
This course was presented in March 2016 by Abbie Miller, MCS-P and sponsored by KMC University
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As a Certified Medical Compliance Specialist for Physicians, Abbie began work with KMC University in 2013 and now serves in several capacities within the company. Using skills she has obtained through 16 years’ experience in managing a chiropractic office, combined with her MCS-P Certification, Abbie spends a great deal of time coaching KMC University clients