Learn how to accurately document with a forensic focus to create credible reports. In this webinar, Dr. Mathesie will share specific details you should include in your documentation to increase the credibility of your records. He will cover key components of what you should include in each patient’s chart, such as:
- Proper Pain Scale Assessments to support clinical significance
- Importance to Document History of Present Illness
- Examination Findings that Make Sense for the Specific Mechanism of Trauma
- Diagnoses & Prognoses Correlation with the Objective Findings
- Treatment Plans that Support Evidence Based Medicine
- Beware of Canned Notes and False Claims Act
By the end of this webinar, you will learn the importance of why accurate documentation is vital to your survival and success.
View this informative presentation by Dr. Michael Mathesie DC, DACRB, DABFP.
Dr. Michael W. Mathesie, has been practicing in Coral Springs, FL for over 26 years. During this time he has attained two board certifications; one from the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board (DACRB) and the other from the American Board of Forensic Professionals (DABFP); both are recognized specialty boards of the American Chiropractic Association. The ACA selected him to serve on their clinical documentation committee, whereby that committee edits the ACA clinical documentation manual. Dr. Mathesie has been awarded the Sports Chiropractor of the Year Award by his peers. He was also appointed by two governors, serving on the Florida Board of Athletic Training and the Florida Board of Chiropractic Medicine. He has lectured for the profession in topics including laser therapy certification, sports injuries, rehabilitation, functional/physical performance testing, laws and rules, documentation, record keeping and coding, risk management, and prevention of medical errors.