Includes access to E-Book
Video recording of 8-8-21 live webinar will be added to written course materials
Professional medical charting and reports are vital for:
- Supporting insurance reimbursement, surviving insurance audits and records requests
- Building referral relationships and improving coordination of care with other medical professionals
- Improving outcomes and learning from your patient cases
- Defense in cases of malpractice and complaints to regulatory agencies
- Bring your charting up to the highest standards of professionalism: best practices in contents, organization, terminology for initial visit HPIs and follow-up SOAP notes
- Practical and efficient charting techniques: save time and effort while improving quality
- Paper vs. electronic health records systems: how to choose and make them work for your clinic
- Pros and cons of templates, checklists, and narratives: avoiding the appearance of "rote" treatment
- Custodianship and transfer of patient records: keeping it safe and legal
- Further learning: developing charting skills for your areas of specialization
Distance learning/self-study, E-book and live class notes feature sample initial visit (History of Present Illness) and progress (SOAP) reports.
Live class features instructor-lead peer review/feedback regarding student chart notes.
Billing managed care insurance? You'll also want to take Report-Writing Workshop for Managed Care: HMO, Personal Injury, and Workers Compensation. Take both classes for -10% off each.
Student Ratings and Comments
from evaluation from prior live class offering in 2016, as required by California Acupuncture Board
Respondents: 13 of 17 enrolled
Average rating: 99/100
- “Anthony as always is superbly professional, knowledgeable, and encouraging improvements in clinical practice. Thank you!” --Anonymous
- “All of your classes have been instrumental in my ability to improve patient care–but it could be a 2-day course to cover more. Thank you!” –Jennifer Root, L.Ac.
- “I always enjoy Anthony’s classes, very helpful info.” --Anonymous