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2021-16: The Most Expensive Mistakes Chiropractors Make AND Creating the initial office visit with the 2021 E/M Guide Parts 1 & 2 Presenter: Dr. Evan Gwilliam


Total Credits: 4 CA, 4 DC

Category:
Billing/Compliance |  Chiropractic Assistants |  Doctor of Chiropractic
Faculty:
Evan Gwilliam, DC, MBA, BS, CPC, CCPC, CPC-I, MCS-P, CPMA, CMHP, AAFC
Duration:
4 Hours
Format:
Audio and Video
Video Access:
Access for 1 month(s) after purchase.


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Pay DC


November 7, 2017 – Leading chiropractic software provider, PayDC, today announced the hire of Dr. Evan M. Gwilliam as Clinical Director to complement and improve multiple areas of software development and expert customer support.

More specifically, Dr. Gwilliam will draw from his deep experience to provide direction for the clinical elements of the software that help to ensure compliance and better treatment outcomes for patients, while providing improved ease-of-use of the software by staff.  In addition, he will help build continuing education training for doctors and staff who need help with documentation, coding, Medicare, or any other reimbursement related needs for chiropractic (and physical medicine in general).

Dr. Gwilliam’s experience speaks for itself.  He graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic as Valedictorian and is a Certified Professional Coding and ICD-10 Instructor, Medical Compliance Specialist, and Certified Professional Medical Auditor.  Because he is also a clinician with a Bachelor’s degree in accounting and a Master’s of Business Administration he is a sought-after seminar speaker.  He provides expert witness testimony, medical record audits, consulting, and online courses for health care providers and has authored and contributed to reference books and articles for multiple publications.

 


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