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 as they begin to navigate this uncharted territory. In this webinar, Brandy speaks with ChiroTouch specialist and trainer, Dr. Tami Howard, on the following topics:
- What telehealth really is and how it works
- The key component of Medical Necessity as it applies to telehealth and 3rd party billing
- How to let patients know this is a service available to them
- Specific telehealth coding guidelines as it relates to Medicare and other third-party payors
- What to expected for telehealth coverage
- HIPAA regulations that apply now as well as down the road
- How telehealth services may become another pathway for practice revenue
You will not want to miss this info-packed webinar.
About Guest Speaker, Brandy Brimhall
Brandy Brimhall is a healthcare coding and compliance professional as a Billing Manager with ChiroTouch since 2018. She serves in education, implementation, monitoring, and consulting 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.
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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.