This webinar will walk through the definition of what ADC/APDC is and identify the different types of ADC/APDC claims. We will explain what to expect and the process for ADC/APDC claims. We will also discuss the importance of timely reporting a claim to the carrier and how documentation is key when defending yourself, your practice, and any claims with the Board, PIP claims, and submissions through Private Insurance Companies.

Learning Objectives:
1. Define ADC/APDC and identify different types of ADC/APDC claims.
2. Explain what to expect and the process for ADC/APDC claims.
3. Discuss the importance of timely reporting a claim to the carrier.

Intended Audience:
Podiatric Physicians/Chiropractors and their Staff

Time to Complete Activity:
1.0 hour

Continuing Education Contact Hour:
1.0 hour

No charge

Commercial Interest:
No commercial interest provided financial support for this continuing education activity.

Disclosure Statements:
In accordance with the CPME's Standards and Requirements for Approval of Providers of Continuing Education in Podiatric Medicine, any relevant financial relationships between instructors and planning committee members with a commercial interest must be disclosed. The PICA program planning committee is composed of four DPMs who are members of the PICA Committee for which they receive compensation for their participation, and two members are PICA employees for a total of six. Our Speaker, is an approved panel counsel for PICA.

In accordance with PACE program of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards, any relevant financial relationships of a faculty member with commercial interest must be disclosed to program participants. The review committee is composed of PICA IST employees and our speaker today is an approved panel counsel for PICA.


Michael R. Lowe, Esq.

Michael R. Lowe, Esq. is board certified in health care law by The Florida Bar. His practice focuses on all aspects of business, corporate, transactional, litigation, regulatory, operational and administrative matters in the health care law arena. Emphasizing the representation of physicians and physician group practices, Michael regularly represents clients in litigation, medical records and HIPAA privacy regulations issues, managed care contracting and reimbursement matters, the preparation, review and negotiation of physician employment agreements, Medicare/Medicaid fraud and abuse prevention, federal Stark Law matters and analysis, defense and reimbursement issues, ACA matters, medical staff privilege cases, professional licensure and disciplinary actions, voluntary self-disclosure cases, physician-hospital contracts, compliance plan development, and health care regulatory analysis and counseling matters.