Meet Two New Risk Management Speakers

Dr. Mitch Green and Dr. Evan Gwilliam will enlighten you with practical examples and personal experiences on a variety of topics.

Risk Management

Meet Drs. Green and Gwilliam

Mitch Green, DC, DACRB (nom.) FACC, presents on a variety of rehabilitation topics, and his seminars have been described as innovative and challenging. Evan Gwilliam, D.C., MBA, CPC, CPMA, MCS-P, offers seminars on documentation and coding that are practical and easy to implement.

I am pleased to present the following new speakers to NCMIC's risk management speakers bureau:

Mitch Green, DC, DACRB (nom.) FACC

Dr. Mitch Green’s seminars emphasize patient evaluation and the need for active care procedures. With this knowledge, doctors can link the assessment to prescribed exercise. Chiropractors who embrace this paradigm will enjoy better patient outcomes and be better prepared to endure third-party inquiries. 

NCMIC Seminar Topics:

  • Integrating rehab into your practice
  • Functional assessment and the clinical auditing process
  • Rehab of the spine
  • Rehab of the extremities
  • Rehabilitation of the injured dancer
  • Rehabilitation of the injured runner

Evan M. Gwilliam, DC, MBA, CPC, CPMA, MCS-P

Dr. Gwilliam is a chiropractor with a passion for all things documentation and coding. He has taken every course and certification he can find to make sure he has the information he needs to help you succeed in practice. As the vice president of the ChiroCode Institute, he has learned to provide help that is practical and easy to implement so that you can focus on your patients.

NCMIC Seminar Topics:

  • Auditing
  • CPT coding
  • Documentation
  • ICD-10
  • Medicare Guidelines and Compliance 
  • Treatment Plans 

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