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Ask Mario – Medical Compliance Education and Resources for Chiropractors & Staff

Have a more successful chiropractic business with increased reimbursement and improved management against audits and recoupment with training resources and services from Ask Mario. Dr. Mario Fucinari has authored several reference resources for chiropractors such as books, manuals, and training DVDs. His publications and chiropractic consulting services show office staff, chiropractic billers, and those new to chiropractic practice the perfect roadmap to better reimbursement and a stress-free practice. Dr. Fucinari is also an experienced speaker, offering everything from training courses across the United States to individualized medical compliance help.

Dr. Mario Fucinari is a Certified Professional Compliance Officer and a Certified Medical Compliance Specialist. He has been in chiropractic practice for over 30 years and is a national speaker on chiropractic documentation requirements, chiropractic ICD-10 coding, and chiropractic compliance. Read more about Dr. Mario Fucinari.

Dr. Mario Fucinari

DR. FUCINARI HAS HELPED HUNDREDS OF CHIROPRACTORS WITH MEDICAL COMPLIANCE

As a fellow chiropractor and also a certified professional coder, auditor and compliance office, Dr Fucinari’ s manuals are a great way to get things right with your office.

Perry Barnhill BS DC CPC CPMA CPCO

After the seminar, I felt empowered and actually excited about implementing my new information. This was the best billing seminar that I have ever had in 30 years of practice! Thank you!

Dr. Fucinari always has the latest and most accurate information on Medicare documentation and HIPAA requirements. His course is a must for Chiropractors that strive to be compliant with the constantly changing regulations.

Jeffrey Wellum DC

Most educational seminar I have been to in years. Quality presentation. Even some of humor was good. Keep up the good work.

Every class or seminar that I have done with Dr. Fucinari has been excellent and well worth my investment.

Matthew A. Burks, DC, MCS-P

Every class has been spectacular with speakers that were pertinent to compliance and what was happening at the time. If you want to learn compliance, this is the best possible use of your time and money.

Dr. Ron Short, DC, MCS-P, CPC

Spot on with the information chiropractors need the most. Engaging presentation. Will definitely participate in more webinars by Dr Fucinari. Thank you!

Kelly Riddle Keener

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  • Medicare: It is Not Just PART Anymore
    June 8, 2024  4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    Gila River Resorts & Casinos - Wild Horse Pass, 5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd, Chandler, AZ 85226, USA


  • Mario Fucinari's Birthday
    September 7, 2024


  • Steps to Modernizing Compliance, Billing, and Patient Treatment
    September 14, 2024  7:00 am - 3:00 pm
    Blue Water Convention Center, 800 Harker St, Port Huron, MI 48060, USA


  • Alabama (ASCA) Be Informed About the Informed Consent
    September 17, 2024  10:15 am - 11:15 am
    Virtual. Register through ASCA


  • Curis Functional Health Convention
    September 20, 2024
    Austin, TX, USA


Recent News from Dr. Mario Fucinari

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Per Medicare: Change Healthcare providers should now discontinue paper claim submissions
Now that Change Healthcare and Optum have restored their customers’ ability to electronically bill Medicare, providers should discontinue submitting paper claim forms. Electronic claim submission is the fastest option to receive payments and verify your claim was properly submitted.

Medicare reports they are also receiving duplicate claims for the same service in both electronic and paper claim formats. Providers should stop submitting the paper claims immediately as these duplicate claim submissions cause unnecessary processing delays due to system suspension of duplicative claims. In addition, the claim payment floor begins when the first claim is received – this means if you submit both a paper and an electronic claim for the same service(s) and the paper claim is received first, it will not be paid until a minimum of 29 days after receipt.
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Do you have a reference for this? I spoke to our MAC (Palmetto GBA) just yesterday and they had no update and were continuing to recommend either paper claims or manually filing electronically through their portal. No mention on CMS or Change website that Medicare billing capacity is restored. 🤷‍♂️

How do we know if we are change healthcare providers?

I have been told it depends on what state you’re in

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