Misery or Mastery
Documenting Medical Necessity
- Reduce Anxiety
- Maintain Professional Integrity
- Protect Income
Clinical documentation has always been a professional standard of care. Yet many psychotherapists 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, fearing or preparing for audits, writing disability reports and losing income. Paperwork can seem disconnected from being helpful to clients. Paradoxically, the more the practice of psychotherapy is scrutinized, the more important good record keeping becomes. Choose mastery over misery and allow good clinical documentation to be a contribution to high quality care rather than a detour.
6 CEs available for: Social Workers, Psychologists, LMFTs and LMHCs
DATE: Friday, May 31, 2019
TIME: 9:30 AM – 5 PM
LOCATION: Kaua'i, Hawai'i
Hilton Garden Inn Kauai Wailua Bay
3-5920 Kuhio Highway
Kapaa, Hawaii, 96746
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Honolulu workshop has been canceled due to lack of enrollment.
WHAT OTHER ARE SAYING
In her lucid, straightforward way, Beth helps participants translate what they do into the language of medical necessity and shows how to document it all; a very worthwhile experience. Spencer Nineberg, LICSW
Medicare completed my audit and found no errors – no fine, no claw back. Apparently, your session and treatment plan templates impressed the auditors favorably. K.J., Ph.D. Psychologist
The class is improving my clinical work as well as my documentation skills. Barbara Kaplan, LICSW
Beth Rontal, MSW, LICSW, is a nationally recognized and engaging speaker on mental health documentation for private practice clinicians and those in agency settings. She mastered her teaching skills with thousands of hours supervising and training clinicians at an agency for 11 years. Her Misery & Mastery TM trainings and documentation forms have been used world-wide. Beth works with both emerging and seasoned mental health professionals, agencies, clinics, group practices, and hospitals. Beth writes blogs on clinical documentation, co-chairs the NASW Private Practice Shared Interest Group, and has a private practice in Brookline, MA specializing in working with people who struggle with emotional eating.