There is no hiding from the fact that the needs and demands of consumers are changing. In order for chiropractic care to stay relevant and fit in with national healthcare constructs, we can’t take a back seat and expect patients to come right to us. Where does this change start? Your own office.
The wait is over. On Friday, October 14th, 2016, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released the final rule implementing The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). MACRA establishes new ways to pay chiropractors for caring for Medicare beneficiaries. Like many providers, you may be wondering how to begin preparing for the new reporting program.
Learn the top 8 things that chiropractors ignored in 2016 and how to fix them for 2017 including analytics, data, security/privacy, technology and more.
During the past several years, you have heard a lot about the importance of HIPAA Compliance. These updates are serious concerns for chiropractors and should not be taken lightly. In 2016, we have seen a major increase in HIPAA Compliance enforcement and the number of chiropractors fined.
Payers often challenge the quantity of care provided by chiropractors. However, there is published evidence which outlines the best information available to help DCs create care plans that can be supported, and therefore are difficult, if not impossible, for a reviewer to dispute.