ChiroHealthUSA is hosting a free upcoming webinar and blog for doctors of chiropractic on navigating insurance denials, and a new blog on preparing for and practicing in the aftermath of COVID-19.
July 14, 2:15pm — Blog and Webinar: How Much Are Insurance Denials Costing You?
“In the wake of COVID-19, many of us are experiencing heightened stress and hardship as business owners and chiropractors,” says Ray Foxworth, DC, FICC, MCS-P. “Rather than focusing on the things we cannot change from day to day, it is time to focus on the things we can change and take steps to get back to better. One area of major financial concern in practices across the country is insurance denials.”
Learn the all-important steps in avoiding costly insurance denials or resolving the ones you can’t avoid. It can make a difference in cash flow, in minimizing your staff’s aggravation, and ultimately, in the overall health of your practice. In our efforts to get back to better, it’s time to focus on the things that we can change instead of focusing on the things we can’t.
In this online learning session, Wendy Lee, CPPO, will review the most common reasons for rejections and what you can do to deal with them.
Read the full blog at chirohealthusa.com/providers/how-much-are-insurance-denials-costing-you.
To register for the webinar go to event.webinarjam.com/register/40/vmp08svk.
The blog “This is Not a Drill” by Mario Fucinari, DC, APMP, CPCO, stresses that DCs need to “have a vision not only how to ramp up your practice but have a clear sense of how your practice will be in the coming months, and yes, even in the coming years.”
He elaborates on five steps to dealing with and recovering from pandemics or crisis situations:
- Have a Business Resumption Plan
- Have a Communication Plan
- Design the Office to Protect
- Implement a Contingency Plan
- Document Everything
To read the blog go to chirohealthusa.com/consultants/this-is-not-a-drill.
For the latest COVID-9 info for doctors of chiropractic, including upcoming webinars, updates, resources and articles from Chiropractic Economics, go to chiroeco.com/coronavirus-covid-19.