Thoroughly and profoundly understanding your carrier guidelines is IMPERATIVE for creating COMPLIANT documentation, yet most Chiropractors (or other healthcare providers for that matter) HAVEN'T read them. Join me as I walk through STEP BY STEP how I review a carrier guidelines with comments all along the way on changes you <probably> need to make in your current documentation, what your staff can due to help, how to be SAFE when an audit comes your way.
This is a RESOURCE component that I created for my Masterclass, and is available for a limited time only for FREE. <44 minutes long>
(*What does GROK mean? Go to the bottom)
Dr. E will walk you through exactly what steps to take at what time WHEN you are under insurance carrier Audit. Content is based upon (and expanded) from my ACA Webinar And Audit from the Inside, currently available on-demand on the ACA website.
EVERYONE ELSE...is using scribes, and what a TIMESAVER! But you MUST be sure you are compliant, and my SCRIBE training will help you do JUST THAT.
WHERE TO START? MOST providers are missing multiple CRUCIAL elements from their documentation. Information (from that documentation workshop you went to...or two...or three of them...) is just the beginning. It's what to DO with it where most provider's get stuck.
Strategically IMPLEMENT in a triage-style approach meaningful changes in the TOP missing elements in most Chiropractors' EHR documentation. I will break down and walk you through each transformation in your notes. You will FINALLY FIX your documentation deficiencies!
Making the jump from deficient documentation to "Confidently Compliant" is a TEAM effort! This course is presented step-by-step guidance for you AND your team to transform your practice together! There will be detailed ACTION STEPS at the end of each module.
\ ˈgräk \grokked; grokking
: to understand profoundly and intuitively
"GROK" may be the only English word that derives from Martian.
Yes, we do mean the language of the planet Mars. No, we're not getting spacey; we've just ventured into the realm of science fiction. "Grok" was introduced in Robert A. Heinlein's 1961 science fiction novel Stranger in a Strange Land. The book's main character, Valentine Michael Smith, is a Martian-raised human who comes to earth as an adult, bringing with him words from his native tongue and a unique perspective on the strange, strange ways of earthlings. "Grok" was quickly adopted by the youth culture of America and has since peppered the vernacular of those who grok it, from the hippies of the '60s to the computerniks of the '90s.