Which of the following is true about an effective healthcare practice compliance program:
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) lists the benefits of an effective compliance program as including all the following except:
The most valuable defense against a negative payer audit is typically
Most payer audits, whether concurrent or post-payment, are generally investigating the provider’s record to determine
Proper informed consent should include all the following except
“PART” documentation to establish medical necessity for treatment of Medicare patients stands for:
Chiropractic daily notes that historically fail Medicare audit or post-payment review are most likely due to the absence of:
The primary reason for documentation of patient encounters is:
For chiropractors who perform diagnostic imaging in their offices, what is the most common documentation error committed?
Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) defines one unit of a timed service as 15 minutes. What is the least number of minutes of a single timed service that must be performed/documented in order to bill for 2 units of that service?