If you’re treating patients regularly, you’re probably not all too excited about documentation. Taking notes on patients and work isn’t one of the things most chiropractors like.
But it’s absolutely necessary. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be such a pain–and can actually help make your practice more efficient and cut down on your work time.
In this episode, Gregg Friedman stops by to tell you all about how to document your work to make you a more productive chiropractor instead of sitting at home scribbling notes on your kitchen table.
Listen now to turn documentation into a useful task you can knock out quickly—NOT a giant task you procrastinate on.
Show highlights include:
- The biggest problem that turns simple documentation into an overwhelming mountain of work. (9:12)
- 2 things you have to document for insurance companies (these are NOT optional). (11:33)
- How much time it should take to document for a normal visit—you need to hear this if documentation takes you more than 60 seconds. (25:02)
- The method that gives you more freedom in your practice, even if it looks like you’re restricting yourself. (29:58)
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