"We are dedicated to providing and teaching healthcare providers and their staff proper medical coding, documentation and compliance techniques that will help with reimbursement issues while reducing risk of healthcare fraud and abuse."
David Klein, CPC, CHC
President & Owner
David is a certified medical coding and compliance consultant with over 18 years of experience in Medical Coding and Compliance. He has provided training and education to hundreds of providers in both one-on-one and group settings. In 1999 he became the Billing and Compliance Manager for a group of 37 offices located in five different states. Currently, he is the Founder and President of DK Coding & Compliance, Inc. a health care consulting firm that focuses on coding audits, education, compliance and reimbursement issues.
David also co-founded PayDC.com, the emerging leader in the healthcare software development arena, providing solutions focused on facilitating business growth, reimbursement, and regulatory compliance. He is a certified professional coder through the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), and is certified in healthcare compliance through the Health Care Compliance Board (HCCB).
John Kelly, CPC, former AHFI
John Kelly is a former Senior Fraud Investigator for Aetna responsible for performing dozens of provider audits annually which primarily included chiropractic and podiatric services. While working at Aetna he became a member of the American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC) and a self-trained Certified Professional Coder (CPC). As a corporate member of the National HealthCare Anti-fraud Association (NHCAA), John achieved the designation as one of the first fully tested Accredited Healthcare Fraud Investigators (AHFI) in the nation. At the invitation of the NHCAA he became an instructor for the NHCAA Institute performing training in Chiropractic Fraud Investigations and auditing for hundreds of individuals nationally in the insurance company special investigations unit and all levels of law enforcement.
Based upon his expertise, he was also invited by the NHCAA to be the first ever published expert author in the NHCAA's electronic online journal. Near the end of his employment at Aetna he was invited by the Federal Bureau of Investigations to train field agents on the intracacies of chiropractic fraud and auditing.