EHR incentives and your practice10/31/2014
Often, it seems that HIPAA, audits, EHRs, ICD-9 and 10, and reimbursements all end up together in one big pile. Although each item is related, they are pretty different.
Stay informed: Important acronyms you need to know10/24/2014
These are just a few of the many acronyms that DCs encounter on a regular basis. A thorough understanding of both what the codes mean, as well as how a practice can be impacted by them, is vital to running a healthy business.
Remedies without retaliation10/23/2014
With the implementation of the patient protection and Affordable Care Act, chiropractors are being pressed to wrestle with third-party payers like never before. For that reason, itís even more important that they recover every reimbursement dollar possible. Here are a few tips to navigate the challenges of getting paid
Whether youíre just starting out, working as an associate, or have become a veteran in the industry, itís never too soon to prepare for retirement. Consider these questions when developing your long-term retirement plan
The security of patients' electronic health information falls on you. The proliferation of electronic health records has placed enormous responsibility on chiropractors to ensure that the sensitive data they work with is kept safe from unauthorized parties
Radical idea: Everything you need to know about antioxidants10/23/2014
The Tin Man of Oz had quite a problem with rust, at least until Dorothy came along with an oil can and saved him. As we age, we also need to deal with rust, or oxidation, as the chemists call it. The oil can for human oxidation, which takes place at the cellular level, consists of compounds known as antioxidants
When a new personal injury (PI) patient calls your office for an appointment, it can be an exciting event. However, after the initial smiles and high fives are over, you ultimately must determine if this new PI case is a good one and if you will be paid