Consultant Articles

I Was Investigated And Here’s What I Learned

I Was Investigated And Here’s What I Learned

by Miles Bodzin, D.C. • CEO of Cash Practice Systems • Many years ago I was reported to my state licensing board by another chiropractor who did not like what I was teaching. Turns out, it’s not so uncommon to be reported by another...

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Be Ready When CAs Need to Step Up

Be Ready When CAs Need to Step Up

by Mark Sanna, DC, ACRB Level II, FICC • President & CEO Breakthrough Coaching • Most practices have employees with different levels of potential. The key is for practice owners and managers to identify team members with the right...

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A Date with Box 14

A Date with Box 14

by Mario Fucinari • DC, CPCO, CPPM •Medicare has announced that audits have resumed as part of the contractor’s responsibilities.  While it is true that typically they are just “fishing,” certain information you send in with your claims may trigger an...

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Four Practical Steps to Freeing Up Time

Four Practical Steps to Freeing Up Time

by Holly Jensen • Chief Operations Officer for Cash Practice Systems • “I just need a few more hours in the day!”  Have you ever had one of those days where you’ve said that? Maybe you’re having one of those days right now! No matter...

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Use Webinars to Grow Your Practice

Use Webinars to Grow Your Practice

by Mark Sanna, DC, ACRB Level II, FICC • President & CEO Breakthrough Coaching • Webinars are an easy, cost-effective way to promote your chiropractic practice. These live, web-based seminars can help build your relationships with...

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The Impact of the Failure to Forecast Care

The Impact of the Failure to Forecast Care

by Miles Bodzin, D.C. • CEO of Cash Practice Systems • You’ve all heard it said before.  “Once you go to a chiropractor, you have to go for the rest of your life.”  And it’s not usually said as a compliment.  When chiropractors hear...

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Work Smarter, Not Harder to Survive

Work Smarter, Not Harder to Survive

by Mario Fucinari • DC, CPCO, CPPM, CICMany would argue that chiropractic colleges did not prepare us properly for the business side of chiropractic.  Likewise, many would say that none of us were ready for the hardship and strife we faced last year. ...

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A Financial Report That Creates Long-Term Loyalty

A Financial Report That Creates Long-Term Loyalty

by Holly Jensen • Chief Operations Officer for Cash Practice Systems • In my 19+ years of experience with the chiropractic profession as a Chiropractic Assistant, Office Manager, and trainer to thousands of chiropractic offices across...

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The Cures Act: Sharing Records Is a Two-Way Street

The Cures Act: Sharing Records Is a Two-Way Street

by Marc Abla, CAE • CEO at Illinois Chiropractic Society •“Hiding within those mounds of data is knowledge that could change the life of a patient, or change the world.” - Atul Butte, Stanford Medicine (July 2012). The age of big data is already here, and the...

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Giving Patients the Visual Feedback They Need

Giving Patients the Visual Feedback They Need

by Miles Bodzin, D.C. • CEO of Cash Practice Systems • With the Olympics just passing, I have been thinking a lot about measuring performance. Of course, chances are, the patients you are seeing are probably not Olympic athletes....

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