Integrated Practice Solutions Completes Fourth TechWrite Seminar with Presentation in Colorado

San Diego, CA – July 28, 2010 – Integrated Practice Solutions™ (IPS), the nation's leader in providing chiropractors with the most advanced solutions available in the industry, recently presented its fourth TechWrite Digital Documentation Seminar Series to chiropractors from across the Colorado state, keeping doctors abreast of the critical components of documentation in a digital environment.

“It's a subject that warrants more and more attention as practices move from standard paper to a digital process,” said Robert Moberg, President of IPS.  “We've been very fortunate as a company to be able to give back to the chiropractic community in this manner, and many are surprised to hear that the seminar is for all chiropractors—regardless of which software system they're currently using.”

On June 19th 2010, Dr. Peter Meinhofer, a noted expert in best practices in digital documentation, with a guest speaker from ChiroCode, who has been a medical billing specialist for almost a decade and has been teaching doctors the inside secrets of billing and coding for a number of years at a college level, together addressed an audience of practices from across Colorado. The attendees showed enthusiasm for what many had previously assumed was a difficult topic.

"The TechWrite seminar series covers the most critical aspects of digital documentation, said Dr. Meinhofer.  "Attendees learn of the requirements needed to meet ‘Medical Necessity; gain an understanding of Quantitative’ vs. ‘Qualitative’ methods of documentation; learn how to design an ‘evidence-based’ treatment plan, and are given illustrations of the most effective ways to safeguard chiropractors against the most common mistakes made by doctors.  It really is an enlightening presentation."

“We're scheduling TechWrite seminars across the country,” added Robert. “We're excited to bring this knowledge to chiropractors and their staff and helping them gain the knowledge needed to bullet-proof their offices.”

To learn more about the TechWrite Seminar Series, or to schedule a seminar, visit www.techwritedocs.com.