5 Tips on How to Grow Your Chiropractic Business

Improving the efficiency of your chiropractic office is in the best interest of your practice, your staff, and your patients. Here are 5 tips that will get the ball rolling.

The Power of Delegation – Making Time Work for You

What allows some chiropractors to achieve so much more than others and still have time for more in their lives, while others seem to struggle to simply accomplish the bare necessities in life? Do they have a secret “extra hour’ in their day? No, they haven’t been blessed with 25 hours a day while the rest of […]

Pain Brain: The Hidden Killer of Chronic Pain Management

Chronic pain now affects more people in the US than cancer, heart disease, and diabetes combined. Let that sink in for a moment. With 30% of Americans living with some form of chronic or severe pain, it’s little wonder why opioid use is at crisis levels. The concept of pain management, or treating the symptoms […]

A Book Club Just for the Chiropractors…and…It’s Not What You Think

A good book is a staple of summer travel. When lounging by the pool or crisscrossing the country, what will the business-savvy chiropractor be reading? From business and career-focused reads to science fiction adventures and thrillers, in this webinar with guest Dr. Beau Pierce we will take a look at the books that will transform your practice […]

4 Ways to Improve Your Patient Experience

  Did you know, patients who are satisfied with their billing experience are not only more likely to pay their bills in full, but are also more likely to return for future service, and recommend the provider to a friend? While your patients’ payment experience has a direct fiscal impact on your practice, unfortunately, the […]

Engagement Longevity: How to Use Analytics to Create Committed Patients

Chiropractic is not one-size-fits-all and your patient retention program should not be either! In this webinar with guest Dr. Jen DePice, we learn how to interpret patient behavior trends to identify the opportune times to reconnect on their chiropractic commitment. With the help of EHR analytical data, Dr. DePice will give us the equation to pinpoint […]

Resource Links for a Chiropractor’s Guide to to Security in the Digital Age

-The HIPAA Journal: HIPAA Compliance Checklist https://www.hipaajournal.com/hipaa-compliance-tips/ -HIPAA Security Checklist for Healthcare https://www.healthit.gov/sites/default/files/comments_upload/hipaa-security-checklist.pdf -HealthIT.gov: Office-based Physician Electronic Health Record Adoption https://dashboard.healthit.gov/quickstats/pages/physician-ehr-adoption-trends.php -U.S. Department of Health & Human Services https://www.hhs.gov/hipaa/for-professionals/faq/2001/is-the-use-of-encryption-mandatory-in-the-security-rule/index.html -HIPAA Encryption Requirements https://www.hipaaguide.net/hipaa-encryption-requirements/ -American Health Information Management Association: Privacy and Security Audits of Electronic Health Information (2014 update) http://bok.ahima.org/doc?oid=300276#.XLT7Q-hKiUl -PC Magazine: How Much Does a […]

Multidisciplinary Practice the Right Way: The Dos and Don’ts of Integrative Practice

Many healthcare providers have begun to recognize the potential benefits – in patient care and in practice growth – that can be obtained when DCs, MDs, DOs, and PTs work together. By working together, all participants add valuable expertise to their practices, resulting in: • Improved patient care • Convenience • Better patient service If […]

Step Up Practice Efficiency with an Integrated EHR – 6 Things to Consider

1. Define Your Goals Take the time to map out the features that are most important to you. Sit down with your staff and determine the must-haves for your daily operations.  It is critical to define exactly what you want your technology to achieve.  Are you looking for faster workflow?  Autonomy from front desk tasks? […]

Boost Your Chiropractic Blog to Boost Your Practice

Looking for a New Year’s resolution for your practice? How about boosting your chiropractic blog? The New Year is fast approaching. If you haven’t made any resolutions about how to improve your chiropractic practice for 2019, now’s the time to start. You may have some ideas about resolutions based on your personal circumstances, but odds […]

What to Look for When Choosing Chiropractic Malpractice Insurance

Doctors in other fields are more likely to experience lawsuits than a chiropractor, but that doesn’t mean it can’t happen to you. If you are hit with a lawsuit and don’t have sufficient insurance, you could end up in bankruptcy while also losing your license. Chiropractic malpractice insurance is an absolute necessity. Consider how much […]

Impactful Marketing Ideas for the Busy Chiropractor

Want to position your practice for consistent growth? Getting new patients is great, but it takes extra effort to keep those new people coming back on a regular basis. Join as us we host Dr. Cathy Wendland-Colby who will discuss how to fill your marketing calendar with strategies to transition your practice from Attraction, through Education and […]

How Not Having an EHR System is Hurting Your Practice

The formula is simple, but powerful: An Efficient Practice = A More Profitable Practice. And, of course, the opposite is also true – a practice’s inefficiencies eats away each and every month at practice profits. The reality is that many providers build a marginally successful practice through inefficient and unrefined processes, where disparate “systems” that […]

How Mobile Apps Can Benefit Your Practice

Every practitioner wants their business to run as smoothly and efficiently as possible, benefiting both patients and staff. If your practice isn’t using ChiroTouch’s mobile apps, your office may not be running as effectively as possible. Once you make the change, you’ll wonder just how you operated without these time and work-saving apps. These apps […]

What to Include in Your Chiropractic Practice SOAP Notes

The mnemonic term SOAP – Subjective Objective Assessment Plan – was devised as a way for doctors to document their patient’s progress. The SOAP note style is best used during routine office visits vs. the initial visits of episodes of care, which are laid out in an Evaluation and Management (E/M) style. When documenting the […]