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Clinical Grand Rounds – Diagnosis, Documentation and Interprofessional Management of Spine Disorders

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • This weekly course series is designed to introduce the Doctor of Chiropractic to complex spinal disorders with an emphasis on the diagnosis, documentation and interprofessional management of the patient.  This case series will occur on a weekly basis and walk the doctor through evidence-based case management from the initial evaluation all the way through dismissal from care. 

    1. Case Review and Mechanism of Injury

    A.    Mechanism of Injury Review

    B.    Clinical Correlation of Mechanism of Injury  

    2. Review of Associated Medical Records

    A.    Review of Emergency Department records

    B.    Review of Primary Care records

    C.    Review of Medical Specialty records

    3. Review of Imaging Studies and Diagnostic Testing

    A.    Interpretation of MRI Images

    B.    Review of Radiology Reports

    C.    Discuss and Review Errors and Omissions

    4. Clinical Correlation to Patient Presentation, Mechanism of Injury and Objective Findings

    A.    Correlation with History and Pain Patterns

    B.    Neurological Findings and Objective Pathology – is there clinical correlation?

    C.    Discussion of Objective Findings in Physical Examination

    5. Evaluation of Clinical Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment Plan

    A.    Discussion of Type of Tissue Injured

    B.    Clinical Diagnosis using ICD-10 Coding

    C.    Review of When to Refer and When to Treat

     6. Evidence Based Documentation following CPT and ICD-10 Coding Protocols

    A.    Creating Compliant Reports

    B.    Interprofessional Communication with the Primary Care Physician

    C.    Interprofessional Communication with the Medical Specialist

    D.    Interprofessional Communication with the Legal Community

    E.    Clear and Efficient Communication with Insurance Carriers

    InstructorWilliam J. Owens DC, DAAMLP
    Subject Breakdown1 CE hour per round - weekly course of evidence-based case management
    Total Credits1.00
    FormatIn person - Live
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