Introduction to PART Documentation
Recorded On: 06/09/2023
This session will cover PART documentation which is a necessary component to proving medical necessity. Medical necessity is important to prove in order to achieve appropriate reimbursement for services provided by the chiropractic physician under Medicare (or Medicaid).
In this course, you will learn:
- How PART documentation helps prove medical necessity, a critical step to ensure appropriate reimbursement for your services
- What PART stands for and what each component entails
- How PART documentation helps prove medical necessity
- Common mistakes made or issues providers may encounter
- What the PART checklist includes and how to leverage it to self-audit your notes for accuracy and compliance
This course is eligible for 1 CE credit after successful completion of all video components and the final post-test.
Michael Massey, DC, CPC, DABQAURP, CHCQM, FICC
For the vast majority of his 30 year career, Michael Massey has worked in and around insurance and regulatory organizations. Whether as an in-house claims and policy consultant for large national payers, as a claims reviewer for personal injury carriers, a liaison to the largest commercial health insurance carrier in his state, or a subject matter expert for a nationwide managed care network, he has experienced the health insurance payer framework from about every angle imaginable. In addition, he is a former chairman of the ACA Coding and Reimbursement Committee, currently serves as a consultant to several state and national organizations, and is regularly sought as an expert legal witness in cases of alleged malpractice, billing/payment inconsistency, fraud, and standard of care violations. He has years of experience teaching and training around the country on the subjects of procedural and diagnostic coding, documentation, privacy, compliance, Medicare, and risk management. Meanwhile, he still maintains a busy solo practice, offering himself real-life experience and relatability to commonly experienced everyday practice challenges and frustrations.