ChiroTouch Sets the Standard in Chiropractic Practice Management Software Technology

As a chiropractor, you might feel that you are constantly doing paperwork instead of helping patients. Many chiropractors are passionate about providing care but are less interested in administrative tasks. Regardless of the size of your practice, you can’t afford to waste time typing the same information again and again, looking for misfiled patient records, […]

How to Transition to a Cloud-Based Software

Chiropractic practices are paper-intensive. From patient intake forms to diagnostic charts to SOAP notes, chiropractors have been using paper-based recordkeeping systems for decades. However, since the introduction of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in 2009, all health facilities are required to keep electronic health records (EHR) to improve patient care quality and efficiency while […]

Rebills, Corrections, and Voids! Oh My!

Insurance collections got you down? Come to this webinar to learn how to properly handle denials. We will walk you through a decision making method that will help you make informed decisions on which tool is the best for your circumstance. In this session, we will cover when it is appropriate to cancel a claim, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Implementing nutrition as another way to enhance patient care and cash flow

Many practices find themselves curious about implementing nutrition, yet overwhelmed by expansive product lines. The uncertainty of where to start and what to do leaves practices lost in the details.  Practices often find they’re working with a clunky and less than effective approach to implementation/communications, and ultimately resulting in underwhelming results with cash flow and […]

Get on the Right Track with Telehealth Implementation

External circumstances have forced healthcare providers into the world of telehealth in a rapid and unexpected fashion, leaving little time for understanding and preparation as to how telehealth works. CMS and other payors continue to roll out and clarify telehealth guidelines. Brandy Brimhall, expert in chiropractic insurance billing with ChiroTouch, provides clarity to assist practices […]

Revving Up Your Revenue Cycle System to Improve Collections with Brandy Brimhall

Join this informative session with Brandy Brimhall, expert in chiropractic insurance billing, to review the many moving parts of your practice Revenue Cycle System, as well as the necessary action steps that you can take right now to begin bringing in uncollected Accounts Receivables. Brandy provides action steps for your practice on many revenue cycle […]

Chiropractic Diagnosis Codes for Medicare in 2019: Choose Wisely!

Many Chiropractors think that diagnosing Medicare patients is one of the simpler things they must do. After all, most Part B Medicare Administrative Contractors (MAC) provide a list of approved diagnosis codes to use. Many even provide guidance on the frequency limitations that they deem appropriate for categories of diagnosis codes. However, as we review […]

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 […]

How to Help Your Patients Make the Most Out of Their Annual Insurance Benefits

It’s nearly the end of 2018, and while people are getting into the holiday spirit, there are also practical matters to consider when it comes to insurance benefits. Advising your patients on how to make the most of their benefits by year’s end is a win-win for them as health consumers and for you as […]

Unusual Medicare Billing Codes: Don’t Make These Mistakes in the New Year!

Selecting Medicare billing codes may be one of the simplest tasks we have, because there are only three spinal chiropractic manipulative treatment (CMT) codes that are covered under Medicare. However, our audits reveal significant errors. Most revolve around these three services: physical medicine CPT codes 97014, electrical muscle stimulation, 97010, hot/cold packs and the spinal […]

What are Chiropractic SOAP Notes?

What are SOAP Notes? The term chiropractic “SOAP notes” has nothing to do with working up a lather. So what does “SOAP” stand for? It stands for “Subjective Objective Assessment Plan,” which provides documentation of a patient’s condition, diagnosis and treatment. SOAP notes were invented in the 1960s by Dr. Lawrence Weed of the University […]

QPP Advancing Care Information Category Rebranded as Prompting Interoperability

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) organization has recently made a terminology change to the Advancing Care Information (ACI) category of the Quality Payment Program (QPP). This category, which includes the measures that must be completed in your EHR software, has now been rebranded as the Promoting Interoperability category. This change falls in […]

Therapy Codes for DC’s and Rejected Claims

Are you noticing that you have been receiving rejected claims for physical therapy services?  On January 1, 2017, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released MLN Matters Number: MM10176 a notice indicating that certain services were subject to a therapy cap and that to you must start using one of three modifiers (GN, GO, or GP).  […]