This is a Chiropractic continuing education TeleSeminar.
This is a 4 hour Teleseminar
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If you arrive late and/or do not meet the requirements to receive 4 hours of CE for this teleseminar, a certificate for hours earned will be issued but no partial tuition refund will be given. If you register for the teleseminar and do not attend, we will place the tuition in your CE Bank or return the prepaid credits to your account so that you can apply them towards another teleseminar or online course.
Educational Objectives: for Documentation portion:
Hour 1 and 2
Educational Objectives: Documentation
- Discuss key items related to the OIG reports regarding chiropractic services
- Discuss Executive Order issued by the White House titled reducing improper payments and eliminating waste in Federal Programs
- Discuss what triggers an audit and key items to consider if audited
- Discuss Medicare’s guidelines for necessity of chiropractic care as it relates to covered services, x-ray/diagnostic reimbursements, Quality Payment Program (QPP), diagnosis coding requirements and Medicare’s appeals process
- Discuss appropriate use of modifiers
- Discuss Medicare’s documentation requirements when utilizing Medicare’s ABN (Advanced Beneficiary Notification) form
- Recognize the key components regarding good documentation and record keeping
- Identify the legal requirements of informed consent and the key elements of the informed consent process
- Discuss why doctors are held to higher standards
- Describe the 21 NCQA guidelines for record keeping
- Document progress notes (SOAP) to meet insurance guidelines and medical necessity
- Apply the PARTS system and its transformation utilizing a new method AIR S & M
- Utilize CMT coding appropriately
Educational Objectives: for Ethics
- Undertake methods of communication and documentation evidencing that patient provided voluntary and informed consent.
- Comprehend the relationship between the relevant state scopes of practice and requirements for voluntary and informed patient consent.
- Discuss issues relating to patient consent, its voluntariness, and the capacity of the patient to consent as a matter of law.
- Understand the role minority plays in consent, as well as how treatment is both carried out and documented where the patient is a minor.
- Administer treatment that is wholly compliant with the specifics of the consent provided by the patient or guardian.
- Develop office systems for obtaining/waiving consent as it relates to patient information and to the administration of treatment.
Educational Objectives: for Risk Management
- Perform a review of marketing materials and initiatives ensuring compliance with relevant state rules, regulations and statutes.
- Comprehend the limits of "commercial speech" in the arena of professional healthcare marketing and dissemination of information.
- Develop office systems pertaining to the creation and maintenance of promotional and marketing initiatives and materials that comport with state rules, regulations and statutes.
- Administer professional marketing such that it neither misleads, confuses nor exploits members of the public.
- Discuss the restrictions HIPAA places on professional healthcare marketing efforts.