If you contract with insurance companies, you know that the way you write your notes, treatment plans, basically everything makes an impact on your client's treatment.
Your notes are often the only way to show a third party payor what your client needs. And although documentation is soooo important for communicating to insurance companies why your client needs counseling, very few therapists receive any training in what insurance is looking for.
That's where The Counselor's Guide to Documenting for Insurance comes in! Finally, a workshop that explains what you need to know... and provides CE credit along the way.
“As someone who couldn’t be more strongly opposed to being in network, my years of experience has taught me that you are doing yourself and your clients a disservice if you are not educated about the process.”
-Amber Hawley, LMFT and Owner of Fremont Counseling Services
Dr. Maelisa Hall is a licensed psychologist with exactly the experience you need... she reviews client documentation for a living! Armed with the same training insurance companies provide to their employees, Maelisa will teach you exactly what to include in your client files.
Identify the buzz words and phrases that case reviewers like to see and interpret what that looks like in the treatment you provide.
Don't waste time writing things you think the insurance company wants to see but don't really play an important role.
Insurance companies have a certain way of thinking about things and once you boil it down, it actually makes sense.
Not a tech guru? No problem!
When you make your payment you'll create an account login and gain access to the membership area. There you can watch the video training, download any templates or resources, and even ask questions in the discussion forum.
You will receive INSTANT ACCESS as soon as you sign up!
You won't be alone in your learning and you can go back and access the material any time you need.
Want to know more about exactly what you'll learn? Check it out...
Why it's the foundation for all your documentation and how to incorporate in notes and treatment plans
How to write assessments that highlight your client's need for treatment
What kind of goals insurance companies like to see and how you can make them relevant to your client's needs
Billing and Services
Understand how billing codes matter and which ones to use when
How to write notes that match your treatment plan and your style of therapy
Case Reviews & Audits
Communicate with the insurance company using their language so you can provide the most benefit for your clients
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