chiropractic practice financing 4 C's

Chiropractic Practice Financing: The Four C’s Chiropractors Need to Buy a Chiropractic Business

If you are looking to buy a chiropractic business and seeking chiropractic practice financing, there are some important factors that will contribute to your success or failure to find a purchase loan.  Understandably, many chiropractors have little experience or knowledge with respect to chiropractic practice financing.  It certainly wasn’t a topic taught to us in chiropractic school.  So most DC’s …

Beyond the DC — Incorporating Other Professionals Into Your Chiropractic Practice

Since I am a big advocate for “working smarter, not harder” and creating profitability in your practice, several devoted blog/newsletter readers have written in asking about incorporating other professionals into your chiropractic practice. In my own clinic, I have had an assortment of providers over the years, so I speak from my personal perspective and that of interacting with many …

Practical HIPAA Privacy for the Compliant Chiropractor

From the recent activity of my email inbox, I am guessing that the recent upsurge of interest and changes revolving around HIPAA has led many chiropractors to question the basics of what they need to do to be compliant and protect patient privacy. Two of the most common questions that I get are in regards to sign-in sheets and display …

Handling Your Insurance Conflicts with Success

It’s a dilemma all too many offices face. You submit your claims to the insurance company, Medicare or other third party payer and…you expect to be paid. You check your mail, your clearinghouse submission file and perhaps even make a call to inquire about the status of your claim because the check simply has not arrived. And here is where …

Audit “Tricks and Traps” DC’s Need to Avoid

Admittedly, there are some things we cannot do in regards to how the whole health care reform mess plays out.  One thing you can probably anticipate is that if the government gets involved, your level of paperwork, red tape and scrutiny will likely increase. Certainly, this is not good news to any health care provider – regardless of specialty – …