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THIS PROGRAM WILL ONLY BE OFFERED AS A WEBINAR - THERE WILL NOT BE A RECORDING OR ON DEMAND PROGRAM AVAILABLE.
"Essential Coding for Chiropractic Practice: Part 2" is presented by the CalChiro Alameda County District.
This course is designed to cover the most frequently used billing codes (CPT, HCPCS and ICD-10) used in many Chiropractic offices throughout the United States. Lisa will provide you with tools and resources that can be used to conduct audits of your Evaluation and Management codes to determine that if your documentation supports the correct use of the codes you are using.
*Because Medicare is so complex, this webinar will not focus on Medicare modifiers or diagnostic codes.
|Essential Coding Part 2 Notes (401.1 KB)||Available after Purchase|
|CMS-1500 Sample (764.5 KB)||Available after Purchase|
|EM Audit Tool (156.6 KB)||Available after Purchase|
Lisa is a veteran C.A. with more than 35 years of chiropractic office experience who has helped chiropractors though out the United States create successful practices.
Beyond her unmatched CSS Services, Lisa was a featured columnist for Dynamic Chiropractic. She has also guest lectured for Palmer College of Chiropractic-West, Life Chiropractic College-West, Karl Parker Seminars, Pat Gayman’s Empower-U Workshops, Munson and Associates’ Professional Chiropractic Assistants programs. She developed the Chiropractic Assistants’ training programs at Palmer-West, and is a frequent speaker for local associations and state conventions.
Lisa believes that solid companies are founded on integrity and ethical business practices. She is committed to establishing CSS as your number one practice-building resource. Lisa manages a Chiropractic office in Petaluma California and faces many of the same types of issues you do. Lisa offers knowledge, expertise and a passion for chiropractic health care that can help your practice achieve its true potential.
When Lisa is not teaching or working in the office you can find her hiking on Mt. Tamalpais, where she grew up, or on one of the many other trails in the Sonoma County area.
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