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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 CapraWhen 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 them....

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2021 E/M Guidelines Take Effect

2021 E/M Guidelines Take Effect

by Mario FucinariDC, DAPMP, CPCOSince 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 Medicaid Services have joined together...

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How to Transition PI Patients Into Life-Long Wellness Clients

How to Transition PI Patients Into Life-Long Wellness Clients

by Miles Bodzin, D.C.CEO of Cash Practice SystemsWe’ve all seen it before. Jane Doe gets into a car accident, receives care at little to no out-of-pocket expense. The case is closed and you never see her again. Or, you may see her again but it’s due to another...

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Three Coding & Compliance Tips for 2021

Three Coding & Compliance Tips for 2021

by Marty Kotlar, DC, CPCO, CBCSPresident 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 and established patients will have...

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How to Use Video to Engage Patients & Build Your Brand

How to Use Video to Engage Patients & Build Your Brand

by Mark Sanna, DC, ACRB Level II, FICCPresident & CEO Breakthrough CoachingCommunication is becoming more digital, and more visual, every day. Video is rapidly becoming the preferred way for practices to increase online visibility, convey expertise, and engage and...

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How to Supercharge Your Care Plans

How to Supercharge Your Care Plans

by Miles Bodzin, D.C.CEO of Cash Practice SystemsIf there was an adjustment that I could teach you that always led to your patients getting 10% better results, would you be interested in learning about it? I’m guessing that your answer is a big yes!  When I ask that...

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3 Coding & Compliance Tips for the Health of Your Practice

3 Coding & Compliance Tips for the Health of Your Practice

by Marty Kotlar, DC, CPCO, CBCSPresident of Target Coding#1 TeleHealth Telehealth is the use of an interactive audio and video telecommunications system that permits real-time communication between a provider and a patient. Patients should have a prior established...

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This is Not a Drill

This is Not a Drill

by Mario FucinariDC, APMP, CPCOGrowing up as a child in Michigan, I remember fire drills, bomb threats, and tornado drills.  In chiropractic college, I also remember learning CPR, what to do in case of a herniated disc, and even learning the diagnosis and protocols...

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How to Maintain a Positive Mindset during Tough Times

How to Maintain a Positive Mindset during Tough Times

by Mark Sanna, DC, ACRB Level II, FICCPresident & CEO Breakthrough CoachingArnold Palmer, one of the greatest golfers of all time, is quoted as saying “golf is a game of inches. The most important are the six inches between your ears.” In both golf and your...

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What Affects Patient Loyalty the Most?

What Affects Patient Loyalty the Most?

by Miles Bodzin, D.C.CEO of Cash Practice SystemsThe definition of ‘Loyal’: Giving or showing firm and constant support or allegiance to a person or institution. Characterized by or showing faithfulness to commitments, vows, allegiance, obligations, etc. We all want...

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