Learn to Prevent Rejected Insurance Claims, Pass Audits and Honor HIPAA Consistent with Compassionate Quality Care
Many therapists are unsure how to document the good work they provide. As a result, they can feel at the mercy of insurance companies, spending an enormous amount of time justifying treatment, fighting rejected insurance claims, preparing for audits and losing income. Clinical documentation is a standard of care in our profession yet there is next to no training on how to fulfill that standard, leaving clinicians feeling anxious and unprotected.
In this 30-minute free webinar, Beth Rontal, LICSW will address the:
7 Most Common Questions Psychotherapists Have About Clinical Documentation
Join us for this webinar:
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
12:00 – 12:30 PM in (GMT-4:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Beth Rontal, MSW, LICSW, mastered the skill of clinical documentation when she worked as a clinical supervisor at a mental health clinic for 16 years. She spent thousands of hours teaching clinicians and interns how to write effective documentation by linking it to effective and compassionate clinical care. She helped develop the clinic’s first electronic documentation system that significantly reduced documentation time and errors and resulted in increased revenue for the clinic and the clinicians. An engaging speaker, Beth has presented Misery or Mastery; Documenting Medical Necessity to individuals, groups, clinics and at national conferences and is on the Advisory Board of PIMSY. Beth has a private practice in Brookline, MA and specializes in working with people who struggle with emotional eating and early mother loss.
What Others are Saying About Documenting Medical Necessity
“Just a quick thank you for the workshop. I am a convert to your system and am using it for my private insurance clients.”
“Beth is a very wonderful and generous educator!!”
Cathy C. Renz, LICSW
“Beth is clearly an expert on this stuff. Very impressive.”
“Clear, concise. Couldn’t be better! Great job of presenting something that is “disliked” by the audience.”