January 18, 2016—Parker Seminars honored KMC University CEO and founder Kathy Mills Chang as its Person of the Year during Parker Seminars Las Vegas.
The annual Las Vegas event is where Parker Seminars presents its prestigious Chiropractor, Chiropractic Assistant, and Student of the Year Awards. The chiropractic professionals are honored for the contributions to the advancement of the chiropractic profession and for having a tremendous positive impact on chiropractic wellness and patients worldwide.
Chang attended her first Parker Seminar in January, 1984 as a young Chiropractic Assistant. On Saturday, January 16, Kathy Mills Chang, today a certified Medical Compliance Specialist and Certified Professional Chiropractic Coder, celebrated her 33rd year in the profession while being honored for outstanding service in the industry.
Between 1983 and 2007, Chang built, managed, and coached many high-volume chiropractic and multidisciplinary practices throughout the country, and served as the American Chiropractic Association’s primary staff contact for coding, insurance, Medicare, and other practice management issues before founding her own company, Kathy Mills Chang, Inc. (the parent company of KMC University), in 2007. Parker’s Director of Professional Services, Mark Mandell, DC, commended Chang as a “pace-setting entrepreneur and thought-leader.”
KMC University provides chiropractors and their teams with the tools, training, and solutions they need to improve and maintain practice reimbursement and compliance. From Medicare, documentation, and coding to billing and collections and patient finances, KMC University’s team of specialists analyze, train, and implement custom solutions for their clients. Accurate, responsive, and innovative, the company offers information-packed seminars across the country, specialist-led coaching, and monthly subscription programs. The “must-have” KMC University Library has over 100 training sessions and resources that include CEU-worthy webinars, email support, and up-to-date content that grows over time.
Source: KMC University