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  • HIPAA for the Small Provider

    Contains 4 Component(s)

    ACA is proud to host a FREE four-part webinar series on HIPAA for the Small Provider, presented by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights.

    Session 1: 

    Presenters: Hyla Schreurs and Rachel Lips

    General Information

    • OCR Overview
    • Who is Covered by HIPAA (Covered Entities and Business Associates)
    • • How the compliance process works

    Privacy Rule

    • What is and isn’t PHI 
    • Permitted Uses and Disclosures
    • Incidental Disclosures
    • Minimum Necessary Standard
    • Authorizations
    • Marketing
    • Administrative Requirements (Designate a Privacy Officer, Designate Person/Office to Receive Complaints, Provide Training, Develop and Implement Policies and Procedures)
    • Covered entities’ duties

    Session 2:

    Presenters: Hyla Schreurs and Emily Prehm

    • Individual Rights (NPP, Access, Amendment, Accounting, Alternative Communications, Request Restriction, Complaints to the CE and OCR)

    Session 3:
    Presenters: Meghana Shah and Karel Hadacek
    Security Rule

    • Definitions/General Rules
    • What is Covered
    • Standards and Implementation Specifications
    • Administrative Safeguards
    • Physical and Technical Safeguards
    • Organization Requirements
    • Security Rule Resources

    Session 4: 
    Presenters: Emily Prehm and Rachel Lips
    Breach Notification Rule

    • Definition of Breach
    • Notification to the Individual, Media, and HHS
    • Breach Highlights
    • What Happens when HHS/OCR receives a Breach Report

    Enforcement

    • Compliance Trends/Challenges
    • Complaint Process/Enforcement Process
    • Recent Enforcement Actions and General Enforcement Highlights
    • Compliance Challenges

    Breach and Enforcement examples

    Hyla Schreurs, J.D.

    Supervisory Equal Opportunity Specialist

    Rachel Lips, J.D.

    Equal Opportunity Specialist

    Emily Prehm, J.D.

    Equal Opportunity Specialist

    Meghana Shah, J.D.

    Equal Opportunity Specialist

    Karel Hadacek, J.D.

    Equal Opportunity Specialist

  • Functional Evaluation

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    The webinar will cover the basics of functional evaluation, beginning with how to establish a functional baseline. Topics include: interpreting functional analysis, the importance of identifying dysfunctional movement patterns, the adverse effect of pain provocation on motor control, and assessing function in loaded and unloaded positions. Participants will learn how to put it all together to design a functional intervention.

    The webinar will cover the basics of functional evaluation, beginning with how to establish a functional baseline. Topics include: interpreting functional analysis, the importance of identifying dysfunctional movement patterns, the adverse effect of pain provocation on motor control, and assessing function in loaded and unloaded positions. Participants will learn how to put it all together to design a functional intervention.

    Dr. George K. Petruska

    DC, DACRB

    Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Center

    Bio

  • Evidence-based Diagnosis for Low Back Pain

    Contains 3 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered

    The purpose of this webinar is to discuss an evidence-based diagnostic system and exam for low back pain. Low back pain can represent many conditions requiring different management strategies. However, conflicting terminology and poor or unknown diagnostic test validity result in diagnoses based largely on opinion. This webinar series presents and looks at the evidence supporting office-based diagnostic criteria for common neuromusculoskeletal diagnoses.

    The purpose of this webinar is to discuss an evidence-based diagnostic system and exam for low back pain. Low back pain can represent many conditions requiring different management strategies. However, conflicting terminology and poor or unknown diagnostic test validity result in diagnoses based largely on opinion. This webinar series presents and looks at the evidence supporting office-based diagnostic criteria for common neuromusculoskeletal diagnoses.

    Number of CEU Credits Offered: 1

    Robert Vining, DC

    Senior Research Clinician

    Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research

    Bio

  • ACC RAC 2018 Choosing Wisely

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    The goal of this session is to empower attendees with the information and tools necessary to deliver, and instruct chiropractic students in best practice management of low back pain.

    The purpose of the Choosing Wisely campaign is to spark thoughtful conversations between patients and their doctors about the best,
    most appropriate care. Choosing Wisely is a joint effort between the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation and Consumer
    Reports.
    They feature recommendations about health care procedures that are common, but whose usefulness in some cases is not supported
    by the evidence. To participate, healthcare organizations develop a list of 5 tests and/or procedures that may be common but for whom
    routine use is not necessarily based on the best evidence available. In August of 2017, the American Chiropractic Association (ACA)
    released their Choosing Wisely list. This list focuses on the use of x-rays, back braces, physical therapy modalities and psychosocial
    assessments for patients who need longer term care.
    Since the release of this list, there has been significant controversy regarding the ACA's Choosing Wisely recommendations, including
    misunderstandings regarding how they are to be applied in chiropractic clinical practice. The ACA’s Choosing Wisely campaign creates
    an opportunity for our chiropractic educational institutions to discuss best practices in spine care, and what constitutes patient centered,
    evidence informed management of back pain.
    Panelists will begin with a discussion of the Choosing Wisely campaign, and the evidence base that informed recommendations.
    Leading experts will supplement the discussion by challenging and exploring various facets of the recommendations. This includes
    imaging related questions to consider as part of our chiropractic research agenda, an update of best practices for active care in patient
    treatment plans, and perspectives on the extent to which Doctor of Chiropractic Programs should reflect Choosing Wisely
    recommendations in their curricula. The goal of this session is to empower attendees with the information and tools necessary to
    deliver, and instruct chiropractic students in best practice management of low back pain.

    Todd Knudsen, DC, DACBR

    Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Special Projects

     New York Chiropractic College

  • NCLC 2018 Choosing Wisely Panel

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    The Choosing Wisely® campaign was developed by the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation to facilitate informed and collaborative discussions between doctors and patients about the necessity, efficacy and risks and benefits of common tests and procedures. The Choosing Wisely initiative looks to doctors and the societies representing them to underpin these efforts by identifying a “Top Five” list of evidence-based recommendations that draw attention to potentially unnecessary tests or therapies.

    The Choosing Wisely® campaign was developed by the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation to facilitate informed and collaborative discussions between doctors and patients about the necessity, efficacy and risks and benefits of common tests and procedures. The Choosing Wisely initiative looks to doctors and the societies representing them to underpin these efforts by identifying a “Top Five” list of evidence-based recommendations that draw attention to potentially unnecessary tests or therapies.

    ACA’s Choosing Wisely list was developed after several months of careful consideration and thorough review, using the most current evidence about management and treatment options. This panel will discuss the background of Choosing Wisely and the development of the ACA Choosing Wisely statements. Additionally, attendees will hear how the panelists are implementing the recommendations into their practices.

    Christine Goertz (Moderator)

    Chief Executive Officer

    Spine Institute for Quality (Spine IQ)

    Vice Chancellor for Research and Health Policy- Palmer College of Chiropractic

    Bio

    John M Ventura, DC

    Consultant

    Spine Care Partners, LLC

    Bio

    Kendall Payne, DC

    Owner

     Payne Clinic, PA

    Lee R Matthis, DC

    Tuck Chiropractic Clinic

    Bio

  • How to Build a Compliant and Profitable Practice

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    From NCLC 2018, this presentation is designed to challenge doctors of chiropractic to make business decisions that drive quality outcomes in patient management and the profitability of the office.

    Running a compliant and profitable practice are not two oppositional concepts. In fact, it's important to understand how to produce quality documentation, provide quality care and operate that practice in a way that rewards this effort. From NCLC 2018, this presentation is designed to challenge doctors of chiropractic to make business decisions that drive quality outcomes in patient management and the profitability of the office. If the success of your office is determined by your check book balance each month, then you need to reconsider your approach to running your office.

    Kevin Sharp, DC

    Sharp Chiropractic

    Bio

  • Using Patients Reports of Outcomes and Experiences to Improve Outcomes

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    From NCLC 2018, this session will present the evidence behind the use of PROM/PREM for the care of individual patients as well as for enhancing development of clinical services.​

    From NCLC 2018- patients reports of outcomes and experiences (PROMs & PREMs) with care can be used to help improve health outcomes, communication between patient and chiropractor and to transparently promote the use of chiropractic services. This session will present the evidence behind the use of PROM/PREM for the care of individual patients as well as for enhancing development of clinical services.

    Jonathan R. Field, DC, MS, MSC, PhD

    Chair

    Royal College of Chiropractors- Pain Faculty

  • Models of Integrated Practice Panel

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    From NCLC 2018, this panel provides attendees with an overview of the key medical, surgical and behavioral specialties most likely relevant to chiropractic practice and will leave attendees with a deeper understanding of the similarities and differences in the training and typical practices of these medical providers. This will enhance a chiropractor’s ability to collaborate and increase participation in team-based care. Integrated care offers a solution to increasing health care costs by improving access to patients and increasing capacity of mental health care providers. The presenters will discuss the relevance of practice transformation with an overview of existing collaborative care models.

    From NCLC 2018, this panel provides attendees with an overview of the key medical, surgical and behavioral specialties most likely relevant to chiropractic practice and will leave attendees with a deeper understanding of the similarities and differences in the training and typical practices of these medical providers. This will enhance a chiropractor’s ability to collaborate and increase participation in team-based care. Integrated care offers a solution to increasing health care costs by improving access to patients and increasing capacity of mental health care providers. The presenters will discuss the relevance of practice transformation with an overview of existing collaborative care models. 

    Lauren McClellan Austin, DC & Anthony Lisi, DC – An Overview of the Medical Specialties Most Relevant to Chiropractic Practice

    James Lehman, DC – Federally Qualified Health Centers and New Chiropractic Employment Opportunities

    Leo Bronston, DC – Behavioral Health Integration

    Stephen M. Perle, D.C., M.S., FICC (Moderator)

    Professor of Clinical Sciences, College of Chiropractic; Adjunct Professor of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering

    University Of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic

    Bio

    Lauren E. Austin-McClellan

    DC, MS

    Anthony Lisi, DC

    Chiropractic Program Director

    U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

    Leo J. Bronston, DC

    Bronston Chiropractic

    Bio

    James J. Lehman, DC, MBA

    Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences, Health Sciences, College of Chiropractic

    Director, Community Health Clinical Education

    University of Bridgeport

    Bio

  • Case in Point: How to Use Evidence to Support Patient Care, Provider Education and Payer Compliance

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    This webinar will teach you to: • Maximize compliance through patient education; • Fight insurance company denials and get paid for the value you are delivering; and • Increase physician referrals.

    We live in the information age, and knowledge is power. For health care especially, data has become the hottest topic. The most important piece of data for a clinician can often be a clinical practice guideline, which provides the ammunition to win every day in practice. For this reason, it is critically important for chiropractors to take advantage of the latest clinical research and leverage it in growing your practice. By unlocking high-quality research and seamlessly integrating it into your clinical and marketing processes, you can become THE health care leader in your community.

    This webinar will teach you to: 

     • Maximize compliance through patient education; 

     • Fight insurance company denials and get paid for the value you are delivering; and 

     • Increase physician referrals.

    Dr. Jay Greenstein

    Doctor of Chiropractic with a Board Certification in Physiotherapy

    Sport & Spine Rehab

    Bio

  • Intro to Evidence-based Clinical Practice: The Good, the Bad and the Biased

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    The terms evidence-based or evidence-informed have become ubiquitous in modern society. However, there is still a good deal of confusion as to what the terms really mean in health care. This program will go through the what, why and how of evidence-based clinical practice (EBCP). Among the subjects explored will be the definition of EBCP, hierarchy of evidence, clinical questions, study types and foundations of critical appraisal. You might be thinking this is going to be a very dry presentation, but you will be surprised by how engaging the subject could be.

    The terms evidence-based or evidence-informed have become ubiquitous in modern society. However, there is still a good deal of confusion as to what the terms really mean in health care. This program will go through the what, why and how of evidence-based clinical practice (EBCP). 

    Among the subjects explored will be the definition of EBCP, hierarchy of evidence, clinical questions, study types and foundations of critical appraisal. You might be thinking this is going to be a very dry presentation, but you will be surprised by how engaging the subject could be. 

    John Stites

    DC, DACBR, DACO

    Palmer College of Chiropractic