A free one-hour chiropractic webinar, “Coronavirus Chiropractic Practice Strategy,” is being offered by Web Exercises Academy featuring Mark Studin, DC.
Participants will be coached in how to create a telemedicine practice for current patients, with billing opportunities available during this crisis. Studin gives solutions, tools, and strategies on how to function in this new environment, covering coding and billing along with elements needed for accurate billing.
He also explains how to prepare for “opening day” and what necessary tools to consider to compete in the marketplace. This is a non-solicitous event explicitly done for doctors of chiropractic.
“As we stand at this crossroads of history in these unprecedented times, together we will emerge stronger than before,” Studin says. “What you do now will determine how strong you will be. You are in control and have the power to dictate your own success.”
- What to do with your current patients
- Web-based solutions and paper solutions
- Documentation and coding
- What to do with your time
- Paying your staff
- Prepare for opening day
Studin has been a chiropractor since 1981, graduating from New York Chiropractic College. As a practicing chiropractor he has treated upwards of 650 patients per week for many years, initially as a family practitioner, then primarily in the field of person injury, trauma and spine care.
He is the clinical director of the Academy of Chiropractic, an organization dedicated to the expansion and vision of chiropractic graduate education worldwide, working to attain the goal of 95% of the public accessing chiropractic care as clinically indicated. He is also the past executive director and co-founder of the New York Chiropractic Council, the past chairman of the board of the American Academy of Medical Legal Professionals, and has extensive knowledge in spinal biomechanical engineering.
To register or for more info go to webexercisesacademy.com/course/coronavirus-chiropractic-practice-strategy.
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