- Do You Know Your Documentation is BAD, But You Don’t Know What to Do About it?
- Do You DREAD Going to a Documentation Seminar Because It’s the Most Boring Thing On Earth?
- Do You Know Why It’s SO Easy For Reviewers to Cut Chiropractors’ Claims?
- Do You Want to Know How To Document Exceptionally Well For ALL of Your Patients (including PI, Medicare and Everyone Else?)
- Do You Want to Know Why Most Computer-Generated SOAP Notes Are Just As Bad As Your Written Notes?
Learn All These and More From a Guy Who Actually REVIEWS Chiropractic Records and Performs IMEs. I’ll TELL You What We’re Looking For in Your Records.
The seminars I teach are cut to the chase type seminars. No fluff. No wasted time. No guessing if what I’m telling you is the truth or not. I take what you may have learned from some our brilliant educators, like Drs. Dan Murphy and Arthur Croft, and I teach you how to implement it into your practice. I present a number of tools which can help you on your journey towards exceptional documentation.
I figure if I can’t teach you something with HUMOR, you won’t remember it in a few days. My seminars are both educational AND entertaining.
Depending on the state, the CEU credits for this course are approved through the University of Bridgeport, Health Sciences Postgraduate Education Department, PACE or directly through the state’s Board of Chiropractic Examiners. For seminars in which the CEU credits are approved through the University of Bridgeport, there is an additional cost of $40 for the CEU credits, payable at the seminar directly to University of Bridgeport with check or credit card.
License Renewal: Appropriate applications relating to credit hours for License renewal in selected states have been executed for the seminars below. For information regarding these applications, please contact UBCC Postgraduate Department at 203-576-4880.
The following states may accept credit hours as long as the course content is in compliance with the state board’s license renewal regulations/criteria – the individual doctor should contact his/her state board to make sure it will accept the course topic/content BEFORE attending:
Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington, D.C. Wyoming
Cancellation Policy: With a minimum of 7 days notice (before the start of the seminar) of cancellation of your registration to a Got Documentation Seminar, you can either receive a complete refund of the amount paid or you can transfer your registration to another Got Documentation Seminar on a different weekend (not including conventions) and in a different location. With less than 7 days notice of cancellation, there are no refunds, but you are welcome to transfer your registration to another Got Documentation Seminar.
The seminars are from 1 pm – 7:30 pm on Saturday and 8 am – 2 pm on Sunday, unless noted otherwise. To register for a seminar, you can register online or call 888-685-3657 (toll free, 24/7).
The price of the seminars range from $99 to $339 per doctor, depending on how far in advance the doctor is registered, what time of year and the state in which the seminar takes place. Non-doctor staff can attend with the doctor for $50 each. There is an additional $40 for CEUs for doctors attending seminars in which the University of Bridgeport facilitates the CEUs. This $40 is payable directly to University of Bridgeport at the seminar with check or credit card.
Seminar notes will be e-mailed to each doctor 1-2 days prior to the seminar. Space is limited, so early registration is strongly encouraged.
The seminar is currently approved for 12 C.E. credits in the states in which the seminars take place. In some instances, the C.E. credits are also available in neighboring states. If you would like to travel to a seminar outside of your state, please let us know and we’ll see if we can get it approved for your state.