Report-Writing for Managed Care: HMO, Personal Injury, and Workers Compensation

with Anthony Von der Muhll, L.Ac., DNBAO, FAIPM
Sunday, January 13, 2019, 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. (8 CEUs pending) at ACCHS, 1600 Broadway, Oakland CA

Not able to attend on this date? Please let us know of your interest in a distance-learning class.

Billed yearly until cancelled


Course Goals and Content:

Professional medical reporting skills are vital for treatment re-authorization and reimbursement in managed care.

Features instructor-lead peer review/feedback regarding student chart notes, and comparison of electronic and on-line documentation systems.

We will review and apply best practices for the particular requirements of managed care and other special reporting situations, including:

  • Initial and follow-up evaluations: how to present outcomes to support re-imbursement and treatment re-authorization requests.
  • Workers Compensation: initial and progress reports (PR2s).
  • Comparison of electronic health records systems for managed care reporting.
  • Special reporting requirements for homicidal patients, patient abuse/neglect, infectious diseases, driver incompetence, and work-related injuries.

Features instructor-lead peer review/feedback regarding student chart notes.

This class elaborates on Medical Documentation: Essential Best Practices, Saturday, January 12, 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m..

Take both classes for -10% off each.

Student Ratings and Comments

from evaluations of a prior live class offered 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

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