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This topic contains 2 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by   Adam Holen D.C. February 6, 2019 at 10:30 am.

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    Adam Holen D.C.

      I’m curious as to what you guys are using (if anything) for invoices for patients to submit to their insurance companies for treatment.  Most people understand insurance sucks, but we still want to give them something to submit (if they request it) for possible reimbursement.

      Do you have a basic form that describes the exam, treatment, and codes? Or what do you use?  If someone has confirmed degeneration or relevant pathologies, do you include the diagnosis codes for this as well?  To me, this seems like the biggest pain in the ass and what I’d rather not spend time on for the likelihood that it won’t be covered anyway.  30+ min looking up ICD-10 codes for specific level/joint pathology has sucked and it feels like I’m caving on “not dealing with insurance.”

      Anyway, what has worked best for you?  Do you offer invoices at all?  I’m sure there’s a difference between case fee and fee-for-service in this regard.  Just looking for general guidelines and what codes you’ve found success with detailing treatment to insurance companies that don’t care whether or not people get better.


      Scott Glidden

        I keep it fairly simple. Here’s a sample of something that I use


        Adam Holen D.C.

          Much appreciated Scott!

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