Join us for a documentation and billing seminar that will focus on improving your documentation compliance, as well as, keeping you and your staff aware of the ever changing billing and coding updates in the world of insurance. Learn from a fellow DC who is a leader in these issues and is also a practicing DC that runs her own successful practice. This is a seminar you can't afford to miss!
**Also, there will be a Q and A section at the end of the seminar. Please submit questions you may have for Dr. Spaulding to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, May 8th, 2019.
What will you learn:
- Medicare Documentation - improve your understanding of the requirements and the documentation needed to support care
- BWC documentation - changes for timed service codes
- Commercial insurance updates and challenges - including Anthem, BC/BS, and MMO
What: Trends Updates and Documentation Must Haves for Today's Chiropractic Office
When: Wednesday, May 15th from 2:00pm-6:00pm
Where: Quest Conference Center, 8405 Cerni Place, Columbus Ohio
CEs: 4 hours
Cost: Members/Staff: $69/$49
Membership Plus: Free
Attendees will receive a ticket to a special invitation-only reception following the seminar. We hope you can all attend!
Space is limited! So sign up today!
About the Speaker:
Dr. Brandy has devoted her professional career to supporting the body’s ability to function at its best through chiropractic, and her practice has an emphasis on the care of women and children. Dr. Brandy is certified in Webster Technique, a pregnancy specific technique proven effective at reducing low back pain during pregnancy, allowing breach presentations to return to a natural position, and reducing labor time and pain levels. Postgraduate interests include nutrition and its role in health and most recently, the pursuit of her Diplomate in Chiropractic Acupuncture.
Dr. Spaulding, herself a longtime member of the OSCA, began serving on the board in 2013 as District Director for District 12. She joined OSCA in July of 2017 as Director of Chiropractic Services & Special Assistant to the Executive Director. Her role is to educate legislators and department staff of the importance of proposed legislation on behalf of the OSCA. She also serves as the point person for member inquiries including coding, billing, 3rd party pay, and scope of practice issues.
She is a native of Chillicothe, and after several years in Iowa and Massachusetts, returned to her hometown in 2005 with her husband Dr. Joe and two children, Aiden and Mikayla. In her spare time, she enjoys running, spending time with family and watching her kids play, as well as, coach them in their activities.