7 Steps to a Compliant Financial Policy (1 CEU)
Establish & Implement a Compliant Financial Policy through this simple 1 hour course!
Free to clients of Best Practices Academy & ChiroArmor.
Continuing Education Credits
This course is eligible for 1 CEU in state Georgia and all states that accept PACE and distance learning. View states here. Eligible states indicated by 'Accepts PACE' listed next to it. PACE Pre-check states are not approved, unless noted above.
Be confident in your financial practices
Understand the structure that makes up your practice fee system.
Determine the steps for establishing your clinic fee schedule.
Establish & Implement a Compliant Financial Policy
What You'll Discover from this Course:
There is now a greater risk of financial loss due to improper billing, coding, documentation and a faulty financial policy. Financial policies in Chiropractic are a major area of risk and the easiest for auditors and investigators to target. In 2015, for every dollar Medicare spent on audits and fraud investigations resulted in $7.10 paid into Medicare’s coffers. (710% ROI) This presentation will review how the lack of a solid financial policy will put you at risk and review the steps to be sure that your financial policy covers all layers of rules and regulations.
Instructors use their knowledge to teach the steps for creating and implementing a sound financial policy. They discuss how to avoid the common pitfalls that lead to dual fee schedules, improper time of service discounts and inducement violations. They also review the steps for developing a compliant hardship agreement.
Know Your Numbers
-Do you know the cost of doing business?
Let’s talk fees… or perhaps, let’s don’t!
- How do you know what your fees should be?
- Stop playing “Let’s Make A Deal!”
Develop Your Fee System
- Fees are not based on payer type or source of payment
- Discounts based on contracts or agreements
Build Your Financial Policy
- Keep it simple – Summarize on a single sheet of paper
- Pre Pay Plans and Time of Service Discounts
Keep It Current
- Review your fees annually
- Talking to provider services
Train Your Staff
- Put policy in writing
- What you measure, improves
Things to Avoid
- Eliminate improper coding
- Legal and financial implications when discounting improperly