It brings together health professionals from different backgrounds, such as chiropractic and massage, and perspectives to use their sometimes widely different skills to treat health consumers, putting patients’ needs first.
More and more patients want complementary and alternative medicine to fill in the gaps left by allopathic medicine. Partnering with local businesses and offering integrative wellness services can create insurance work-arounds and expand a chiropractor’s clientele.
Experts take you through some common misconceptions regarding new and existing patient coding and points to look out for. Are E/M services provided on every patient visit? How about new-patient determinations for patients you haven’t seen in a while? Not knowing the difference means money left on the table.
Communicating with patients about the posture-adjusting benefits of foot scans/measurements and orthotics can bring about a “light bulb moment” for patients about their pain caused by instability. It starts in the feet — the chiropractic foundation.