Webinar: Common Mistakes with In-Office Wound Care That Can Cost You and Your Practice Dearly


May 05 2021

Webinar: Common Mistakes With In-Office Wound Care That Can Cost You And Your Practice Dearly

Realizing the benefits of in-office wound product dispensing is not difficult, however, despite the simplicity and increased reimbursement opportunities, many physicians still don’t take the simple steps to implement this valuable service in their practices. The number one reason for some is the fear of being audited.

Fear of an audit should never impact ethical and appropriate utilization of valuable tools and services for your patients. Join Dr. Jonathan Moore as he lays out the essential steps to ensure reimbursement and how to reduce audit exposure.

At the end of Dr. Moore’s presentation, stay for a Question & Answer session where he will answer any questions you might have.

What You Will Learn:

  • Why and how in-office dispensing of wound care products work.
  • Review common errors in compliance and documentation that often leave the physician open to reimbursement challenges.
  • Understand easy-to-follow guidelines to avoid reimbursement challenges.

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Dr. Jonathan Moore
Dr. Jonathan Moore
Dr. Jonathan Moore
Dr. Jonathan Moore is a managing partner at Cumberland Foot & Ankle in Somerset, Kentucky. He is a widely published authority on a variety of foot and ankle-related subjects and serves on multiple professional boards. Since 2005, Dr. Moore has been on the Board of Trustees American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management. He was named one of Podiatry Management’s most influential podiatric physicians in America and his work has also been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as numerous articles published in Podiatry Management and Podiatry Today magazines. With a passion for excellence, he lectures across the country on various practice management concepts and practices.


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