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 sales. Those products are set to the side and critical patient education and sales opportunities are overlooked, leaving patients to look elsewhere for those products they might need.
View this segment with Brandy Brimhall, Billing Manager at ChiroTouch, to learn how you can effectively implement nutrition at a level that works for you and your practice, while building upon patient relationships and increasing cash flow. Brandy speaks with ChiroTouch specialist and trainer, Dr. Tami Howard, on the following learning points:
- Find where to start with implementation of nutrition
- Learn how to code for nutrition and supplements. Coding still matters!
- See how to compete with the world wide web
- Implement new products effectively
- Enhance cash flow while minimizing overhead
- Keep inventory at a minimum
- Find your approach to patient communications and education
- Realize that information is at your fingertips
About Guest Speaker, Brandy Brimhall
Brandy Brimhall is a healthcare coding and compliance professional as a Billing Manager with ChiroTouch since 2018. Her specialties are on education, implementation, and monitoring for health care coding, collections, administration, and compliance with OIG (Office of Inspector General), HIPAA, OSHA, and standard guidelines.
CPC – Certified Professional Coder
CPCO – Certified Professional Compliance Officer
CCCPC – Certified ChiroCode Chiropractic Professional Coder
CMCO – Certified Medical Compliance Officer
CPMA – Certified Professional Medical Auditor
She has been active in healthcare since 1999. Along with being part of the ChiroTouch family, she has contributed to publications, including Chiropractic Economics, The American Chiropractor, and Dynamic Chiropractic.
About Host, Dr. Tami Howard
Dr. Tami Howard is a ChiroTouch training manager and has been part of the ChiroTouch family since 2006. A graduate of Life University, Dr. Tami Howard and her husband own a chiropractic office in Michigan. Prior to pursuing a DC education, Dr. Howard was a chiropractic assistant. This practical experience on both sides of the office gives her valuable insights on how ChiroTouch can benefit staff as well as providers in creating efficiencies and automations that help offices work smarter, not harder.
ChiroTouch provides this information with the understanding that authors or speakers are not experts in finance, regulatory policy or law. ChiroTouch shares this information to the best of our knowledge and experience. The information is subject to change as the COVID-19 crisis evolves.