Oregon Chiropractic Assoc. “Personal Injury for Busy Providers and Staff”

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Oregon Chiropractic Association – Annual Winter Convention
Portland, OR

Saturday, February 1, 2020

Personal Injury for Busy Providers and Staff”

Dr. Scott will be speaking Saturday, February 1st from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Personal Injury does not have to be complicated, confusing or even overwhelming…

So, what do busy providers and their staff need?

Bottom-line, practical, pertinent, relevant and implementable material to improve documentation, strengthen and protect cases and increase marketability

Click to Register and for More Information: OCA Convention Registration

Just a Few Things You Will Learn:
  Important Issues in Today’s PI Environment

all your cases come with issues; auto carrier, patient and attorney; identify them and excel…

How Your Initial History and Examination Can Make or Break a Case
– if you don’t know what to look for; you may miss them and increase your risk and scrutiny

Simple Ways of “Speaking” to the Insurance Evaluation Software
– almost every carrier uses software to evaluate cases; why not give them what they want

Why “Humanizing” Your Cases is an Absolute Must
– skip this and you make it much easier for “records reviewers” to deny care and payment

The Essential Elements of PI Specific Daily Patient Treatment Notes
 – find out to how to create powerful notes that can strengthen and protect your cases

Red Lion on the River, Jantzen Beach
909 N.Hayden Island Dr. 

Portland, OR 97217
Hotel Phone: (503) 283-4466 

 

 

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Details

Date:
February 1, 2020
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Venue

Red Lion on the River, Jantzen Beach
909 N.Hayden Island Dr. 
Portland, OR 97217 United States
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Phone:
(503) 283-4466

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