MNT REIMBURSEMENT BOOTCAMP
MNT Reimbursement can be intimidating and frustrating. This 3 (1) hour weekly MNT Reimbursement Bootcamp Webinar is designed to help registered dietitian nutritionists become health insurance providers, learn the steps to file claims, what ICD-10 and CPT codes to use and get paid for your services! Insurance billers welcome, too. Diane Greenleaf-Kisner, MS, RDN, LD, CDE, a dietitian in private practice in Wichita, KS, is the bootcamp instructor. She has been getting reimbursed for MNT for over 15 years. She has been a dietitian for over 30 years and is passionate about MNT reimbursement. Earn 3 CEU’s from CDR
Session A – Feb 6, 13, 20 2017 Monday 6:00 pm CST
Session B – Feb 10, 17, 24 2017 Friday 12:00 noon CST
Cost – $95 per person
Webinars will be recorded for those that cannot attend the live sessions.
LEAP & MRT TESTING
Millions of Americans suffer from food sensitivities. Conditions such as IBS, acid reflux, migraine and other headaches, weight imbalances, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, skin eruptions, brain fog and many other health problems are often directly related to the foods we eat. Even healthy foods can provoke symptoms in sensitive individuals. Healthy Green Nutrition uses the LEAP Mediator Release Test (MRT) to test for 130 food and 20 chemical and additives. Conditions in which food sensitivities may play a role include but are not limited to:
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Celiac Disease
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
The LEAP program helps to identify food sensitivities through a patented blood test called MRT (Mediator Release Test). MRT also helps to identify reactions to food chemicals. This translates into faster and more complete relief for those who test with MRT. In fact, independent studies confirm that MRT is the most accurate and comprehensive blood test available for food and food chemical reactions.
We then use the results of the MRT testing and build a diet in a systematic and controlled way (phased approach), allowing the patient to implement their dietary changes with a great deal of success and satisfaction.