Monthly Archives: October 2011
Nowadays you need to use more and more objective findings to document a patient’s improvement and response to treatment. A major tool to substantiate a patient’s need for care are objective measurement tools such as Oswestry disability indexes, pain questionnaires, … Continue reading
DESCRIPTION: All the basics and all the details you need to make a living billing your patients’ insurance successfully. In this book, you will find information such as: How to decide whether to bill insurance or not in your practice … Continue reading
I have been busy getting the forums up and running. We are planning to have two general forums. One is for discussion of individual insurance companies and the other for a discussion of laws, regulations, and issues from and about … Continue reading
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I was pleasantly surprised last week when I had a patient sign an addendum to our PI Policy without complaining. Although she had previously signed the more generic policy stating that, if she became responsible for her bill (if it … Continue reading