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Ohio IASIU Spring 2019 Seminar
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Ohio IASIU Spring 2019 Seminar

2019 Ohio Chapter Seminar

4/25/2019
When: Thursday, April 25, 2019
Where: Fawcett Center
2400 Olentangy River Rd
Columbus, Ohio  43210
United States
Contact: Amanda Skidd

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Register to attend the Ohio Chapter Seminar on April 25th. For more information and to register visit: https://www.ohioiasiu.org/seminar 

**Free training for you and a guest!**

Guest must be sponsored by current Ohio IASIU member

9:00 am — 9:30 am

Registration/ Check-in, Welcome

by Jessica Albano, IASIU Ohio Chapter President

 

9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Course Title: “Chiropractic (Un)Just Enrichment” 4 Hour Presentation

Topic #1 Introduction 20 Minutes

This presentation begins with the education and licensure requirements for the Chiropractic Doctorate degree. The attendee will gain insight into the preparedness of the chiropractic graduate and the modest understanding of diagnosis ICD10 coding, treatment CPT coding, documentation and medical compliance.

 

Topic #2 Modalities 50 minutes

The purpose of the common physical medicine modalities, documentation requirements, and fraudulent schemes and situations in chiropractic cases.

  • CPT 97014 Electric muscle stimulation-supervised

  • CPT 97032 Manually applied electric muscle stimulation

  • CPT 97012 Traction (mechanical traction, intersegmental traction, roller table traction)

 

Topic #3 Procedures 50 minutes

The purpose of physical medicine procedures, documentation requirements, and fraudulent schemes and situations in chiropractic cases.

  • CPT 97110 Therapeutic Procedures (exercises)

  • CPT 97112 Neuromuscular Reeducation

  • CPT 97140 Manual Therapy Procedures

 

Topic #4 Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation 30 minutes

This presentation will explain the purpose, diagnoses and documentation requirements for chiropractic spinal manipulation procedures (CPT 98940, CPT 98941, CPT 98942). Particular attention will focus on the American Medical Association’s official authoritative reference “CPT Case Studies: Examples of Procedures and Services.”

 

Topic #5 Delegation of Authority 50 Minutes

The purpose of this presentation is to understand the concept of “Delegation of Authority”, which ‘allows’ the chiropractor to delegate the performance of modalities and procedures to chiropractic assistants. Dr. Stolar will use the Texas rules as an example to highlight the risks and fraud as they apply to U.S. v. Rose.

 

How is this course unique?

As previous dean at a chiropractic college and instructor for the National Insurance Crime Bureau, Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners, the Texas State Bar and the Texas Department of Insurance, Dr. Stolar has unique vantage points regarding the understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the chiropractic education and the preparedness of the debt laden chiropractic graduates as they enter the healthcare marketplace.

 

Key learning objective #1:

Understand the education and licensure requirements of the chiropractic doctorate degree, and the debt incurred prior to beginning practice.

 

Key learning objective #2:

Be aware of the chiropractors’ misunderstanding of the purposes and documentation requirements for passive modalities and active procedures.

 

Key learning objective #3:

Understand the concept of “delegation of authority”, which allows the chiropractor to delegate the performance of modalities and procedures to chiropractic assistants. Dr. Stolar will use the Texas rules as an example to highlight the risks and potential.

 

Dr. Stolar is president of Medical Compliance and Insurance Consultants. He is a technical advisor and instructor for the National Insurance Crime Bureau, and a continuing education instructor for the Texas Department of Insurance and Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He has also a medical expert for the Department of Justice, Office of the Inspector General. Dr. Stolar was previous dean at a chiropractic college, and a CE instructor for the Texas State Bar for 13 years. He is currently a compliance consultant and medical expert for SIU’s and healthcare law firms in Texas. 

 

Previous experience: Dr. Stolar is a chiropractor with 30 years of experience. He has been a CE instructor for the State Bar for 13 years, and is currently an instructor for the National Insurance Crime Bureau, Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Texas Department of Insurance, and Kentucky Dept. of Insurance. Dr. Stolar was previous dean at a chiropractic college, and is an international speaker regarding chiropractic education and treatment. Dr. Stolar has testified in many depositions and trials, including Federal Healthcare Fraud.

 

For more information visit, https://www.ohioiasiu.org/seminar 

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