Dr. Landon Amonette on Running an All-Cash Practice

ChiroTouch supports more than 21,000 practices nationwide, and while they have ChiroTouch in common, their approach to chiropractic varies; from a single-provider practice to a multi-provider and multi-location office, from an all-cash, insurance only, or personal injury focused, ChiroTouch supports all different types of practices. One of the things that our customers like most about […]

The Importance of Eligibility Verification

For many providers, the ability to verify a patient’s eligibility prior to submitting a claim has been out of their reach. However, patient eligibility verification is a crucial part of any practice’s process to reduce claim rejections and denials of patient insurance coverage and co-payments up-front.   Ineligible patient insurance coverage is the leading cause of claim rejections and denials by payers.  It […]

Coding & Billing w/ Kathy Mills Chang; “Medicare :To bill, or not to bill. That is the question – Part 3″

This is the third part of our “To Bill or Not to Bill” series and in this 90-minute webinar, billing and coding expert Kathy Mills Chang, MCS-P, CCPC, CCCA goes over the new ABN (Advance Beneficiary Notice) form with ChiroTouch Senior Trainer, Marty Madison as they explore this topic to help you answer the question: […]

5 Steps for a Strong Denials Management Process

How much time does it take your practice to manage claims denials? It’s probably much more than you would like to spend.   Of all efforts you put toward ensuring your practice is financially successful, managing denials may be the most critical step. Having a strong denials management process can help you recoup significant revenue that would otherwise be […]

Podcast Episode 11: The 4 Stages in Business with Dr. Ron Simms

Podcast Episode 11: The 4 Stages of Business with Dr. Ron Simms Dr. Ron Simms speaks with ChiroTouch specialist Dr. Brian Blask on the 4 stages in business: launching, building, scaling, and exiting. No matter which stage you’re currently on in your own practice, you won’t want to miss this episode where Dr. Simms discusses […]

Medicare: To Bill or Not to Bill, That is the Question Part 2

This is the second part of our “To Bill or Not to Bill” series and in this 70-minute webinar, billing and coding expert Kathy Mills Chang, MCS-P, CCPC, CCCA goes over the new ABN (Advance Beneficiary Notice) form with ChiroTouch Senior Trainer, Marty Madison as they explore this topic to help you answer the question: […]

Podcast Episode 10: The Use of Technology in a Chiropractic Practice

Podcast Episode 10: The Use of Technology in a Chiropractic Practice Dr. Richard Allen speaks with ChiroTouch specialist Dr. Brian Blask on the power of technology in chiropractic. He elaborates on how he uses these systems to manage his practice as a solo practitioner, making the software work for him, as he speaks on the […]

Podcast Episode 09: Real estate tips for your Chiropractic Practice

Podcast Episode 09: Real estate tips for your Chiropractic Practice. Dr. Elaina Pirro speaks with ChiroTouch specialist Dr. Brian Blask on things to consider when looking for property for your chiropractic office. As both a realtor and chiropractor, she talks about lessons learned from her personal experience when she first looked into property for her […]

Business Plan Basics for your Practice

Studies have shown that successful businesses started off with a business plan, and chiropractic practices are no exception. Organizations with a business plan perform more efficiently than those who do not have one because business plans characterize the roadmap of achieving your objectives. Even though you primarily view yourself as a health care practitioner, if […]

Podcast Episode 08: Starting a New Practice as a Chiropractor for Athletes

Podcast Episode 08: Starting a New Practice as a Chiropractor for Athletes Dr. Shea Stark discusses how to get started on a new practice with ChiroTouch specialist Dr. Brian Blask. As a chiropractor specializing on sports chiropractic services, Dr. Stark elaborates on the multiple facets that come with opening a small business, and important things to […]

Podcast Episode 07: Ramping up your practice post COVID-19

Podcast Episode 07: Ramping up your practice post COVID-19 Laurence Peppler, ChiroTouch software specialist, interviews Dr. Mark Studin about how to ramp your practice and the importance of wearing masks. Dr. Studin shares insider knowledge and the benefits of specializing within chiropractors.   About Guest Speaker, Dr. Mark Studin Dr. Mark Studin has been practicing […]

The Sentiment of Chiropractors Right Now

As part of our commitment to the continued success of our customers, we believe that it is vital to get a pulse on the effects that the pandemic has brought to the chiropractic profession, so we conducted a survey last month on the recent experiences of our customers in this COVID-19 environment. The survey determined […]

Is the Main Street Lending Program an option for you?

We have been following the news and updates on the pandemic very closely and love to bring our perspective to the Chiropractic community, however, this content is for informational purposes only. If you would like specific guidance on your practice, your financial advisors or banking reps can help you. What is the Main Street Lending […]

Podcast Episode 06: Marketing your practice with a limited budget

Episode 06: Marketing your practice with a limited budget Dr. Tami Howard discusses how to get started with marketing your chiropractic practice with a limited budget with Sr. Marketing Manager, Michael Sharma. Michael shares insider tricks and advice on optimizing your Google Maps listing, paid advertising and tracking your return on investment with ChiroTouch’s Appointments feature […]

Contactless Payment Methods in a Post COVID-19 Practice

For many offices even in times before pandemic worries, collecting payment AFTER the visit historically has been a challenge. Now COVID-19, and the human contact-worry factor that comes along with it, has complicated the scene further. Pulling out a credit card to pay or even opening the mail, have become activities your patients think twice […]