Consultant Articles

The Standard of Care is the Backbone of Risk Management

The Standard of Care is the Backbone of Risk Management

by Mario Fucinari • DC, DAPMP, CPCO • Owning and operating a practice is difficult in today's world. Health care risk management ensures that the organization achieves its mission to serve the public and improve health while protecting...

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Is it Possible to Bill for 6 Timed Unit Codes in 1 Hour?

Is it Possible to Bill for 6 Timed Unit Codes in 1 Hour?

by Marty Kotlar, DC, CPCO, CBCS • President of Target Coding • Is it Possible to Bill for 6 units of therapy in one hour? The simple answer is YES. Let’s begin with 5 units in one hour. Here’s the scenario: Patient A arrives at 8:00 am...

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Three Pro Tips to Double Your Practice

Three Pro Tips to Double Your Practice

by Mark Sanna, DC, ACRB Level II, FICC • President & CEO Breakthrough Coaching • Wouldn’t it be nice to double your practice? Think about what you could do with the income: hire additional staff, take more time off, do more of what...

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How Your Team Can Promote and Market Your Practice

How Your Team Can Promote and Market Your Practice

by Holly Jensen • Chief Operations Officer for Cash Practice Systems • As a team member of the practice, you have a certain level of responsibility when it comes to promoting and marketing the practice. With today’s modern tools and...

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The Sweat Equity Buy Out: Your Silver Lining

The Sweat Equity Buy Out: Your Silver Lining

by Mark Sanna, DC, ACRB Level II, FICC • President & CEO Breakthrough Coaching • The Great Recession forced many seasoned chiropractors to reconsider their retirement plans. Many chiropractors in their mid 50s and 60s envisioned...

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Compliance and Your EHR: Two Things You Need to Know

Compliance and Your EHR: Two Things You Need to Know

Dr. Miles Bodzin & Dr. Brian Capra • When it comes to EHR compliance, there are two compliance risks that could put you out of business overnight. Yes, it’s a scary thought, but in this article, you’ll learn what the two biggest risks are and what you can do about...

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2021 E/M Guidelines Take Effect

2021 E/M Guidelines Take Effect

by Mario Fucinari • DC, DAPMP, CPCO • Since the initial evaluation and management (E/M) guidelines were released in 1995 and again in 1997, there has been controversy.  The American Medical Association and the Centers for Medicare and...

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Three Coding & Compliance Tips for 2021

Three Coding & Compliance Tips for 2021

by Marty Kotlar, DC, CPCO, CBCS • President of Target Coding • #1: New Exam & Re-Exam Documentation Guidelines Effective January 1, 2021, the CPT code guidelines for evaluation and management (E/M) services relating to new patients...

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