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  • Fulcrum, Lever, Sport: Clinical Rehabilitation for Improved Performance and Injury Prevention Part 2

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 05/20/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Join Dr. Ross for part two of his presentation as he dives deeper into a simple approach to practical clinical rehabilitation concepts and methods to enhance patient rehabilitation and injury prevention.

    Join Dr. Ross for part two of his presentation as he dives deeper into a simple approach to practical clinical rehabilitation concepts and methods to enhance patient rehabilitation and injury prevention.

    Upon completion of this course participants should be able to:
    1. Demonstrate effective measures (exercises and interventions) to improve the balance of stability versus mobility in a typical patient.
    2. Discuss the rehabilitation programming methodology of injury prevention from a bio-mechanical approach.

    Michael Ross, DC, CSCS, DACRB

    Dr. Michael Ross DC, CSCS, DACRB is a retired Seattle firefighter, Marine Corps combat veteran, and Sports and Exercise Rehabilitation Chiropractic Physician.  He has completed countless triathlons and endurance events, including five Ironman Triathlons. His 24 years of clinical experience, combined with many years of competing in, as well as coaching for, endurance events, gives him a unique perspective on injury, rehabilitation, and endurance training.  He has a relentless pursuit of evidence-based and research substantiated methods for training, coaching, clinical rehabilitation, and injury prevention. While these methods may not be as well-known as the current trends, Dr. Ross maintains an objective outlook rooted in science. He ensures continued success and remains in high demand of treating and coaching active individuals.

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      • Early bird pricing available!
      • Non-member - $40
      • Student/Other - Free!
      • Member - $20
      • GAC - Free!
      • Regular Price after 05/14/2021 12:00 AM
      • Non-member - $50
      • Student/Other - Free!
      • Member - $25
      • GAC - Free!
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  • Fulcrum, Lever, Sport: Clinical Rehabilitation for Improved Performance and Injury Prevention Part 1

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 05/06/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Part 1 of this 2-part course will explore a simple approach to practical clinical rehabilitation concepts and methods to enhance patient rehabilitation and injury prevention.

    Part 1 of this 2-part course will explore a simple approach to practical clinical rehabilitation concepts and methods to enhance patient rehabilitation and injury prevention.

    Upon completion of this course participants should be able to:
    1. Explain and demonstrate the stability versus mobility bio-mechanics of human function.
    2. Demonstrate effective measures (exercises and interventions) to improve the balance of stability versus mobility in a typical patient.

    Michael Ross, DC, CSCS, DACRB

    Dr. Michael Ross DC, CSCS, DACRB is a retired Seattle firefighter, Marine Corps combat veteran, and Sports and Exercise Rehabilitation Chiropractic Physician.  He has completed countless triathlons and endurance events, including five Ironman Triathlons. His 24 years of clinical experience, combined with many years of competing in, as well as coaching for, endurance events, gives him a unique perspective on injury, rehabilitation, and endurance training.  He has a relentless pursuit of evidence-based and research substantiated methods for training, coaching, clinical rehabilitation, and injury prevention. While these methods may not be as well-known as the current trends, Dr. Ross maintains an objective outlook rooted in science. He ensures continued success and remains in high demand of treating and coaching active individuals.

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      • Early bird pricing available!
      • Non-member - $40
      • Student/Other - Free!
      • Member - $20
      • GAC - Free!
      • Regular Price after 04/30/2021 12:00 AM
      • Non-member - $50
      • Student/Other - Free!
      • Member - $25
      • GAC - Free!
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  • HIPAA Part 4: Overview of HIPAA Enforcement

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 04/15/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    This session will provide an overview of HIPAA enforcement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights. We will discuss current compliance trends as well as recent enforcement actions.

    This session will provide an overview of HIPAA enforcement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights.  We will discuss current compliance trends as well as recent enforcement actions.

    Enforcement

    -Compliance Trends/Challenges

    -Complaint Process/Enforcement Process

    -Recent Enforcement Actions and General Enforcement Highlights

    -Compliance Challenges 

    Susanne Holloway

    Susanne Holloway is an Equal Opportunity Specialist for the US Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights. Susanne joined the Rocky Mountain Region as an Investigator in May 2019 after previously working for OCR in 2015 as a law student intern/extern. Susanne has a Juris Doctor with an American Indian Law Certificate from the University of Colorado Law School; a Master of Arts (Public Theology) from United Theological College; a Master of International Studies from the University of Sydney; and a Bachelor of Arts cum laude from Graceland University.  Susanne has experience in health law, civil rights law, civil litigation, international law, Indian law, and Indigenous peoples rights. Prior to attending law school, Susanne worked in various roles for several nonprofit organizations in Australia, Colorado, and Massachusetts. Susanne lives in Boulder with her husband and two children.

    Emily Prehm, J.D.

  • HIPAA Series Part 3: Overview of the HIPAA Breach Notification Rule

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 04/08/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    This session will provide an overview of the HIPAA Breach Notification Rule. We will discuss the definition of a breach; when a breach needs to be reported; and what happens when the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights receives a breach report.

    This session will provide an overview of the HIPAA Breach Notification Rule.  We will discuss the definition of a breach; when a breach needs to be reported; and what happens when the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights receives a breach report.

    Breach Notification Rule

    -Definition of Breach

    -Notification to the Individual, Media, and HHS

    -Breach Highlights

    -What Happens when HHS/OCR receives a Breach Report

    Amy Horrell

    Amy initially joined OCR as a contractor on March 31, 2015, and was transitioned to a full-time Federal government Investigator position on May 26, 2020.  She was admitted to the practice of law in Colorado after becoming a 1996 graduate of the University of Wyoming College of Law.  In addition to working as a corporate counsel and privacy officer for Coram, a national healthcare provider for nearly five years, Amy also has experience working in law enforcement, the military and as a prosecutor.  While working as a Denver Police Officer, Amy was awarded the medal of valor.  As an undergraduate, Amy attended Adams State College and graduated with honors.  In her free time, Amy enjoys outdoor activities, such as running and hiking with family members and friends.      

    Emily Prehm, J.D.

  • HIPAA Series Part 2: Overview of the HIPAA Security Rule

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 04/01/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    This session will provide an overview of the HIPAA Security Rule. We will discuss the type of information that is covered by the rule; the standards and implementation specifications outlined in the rule; as well as necessary administrative, physical and technical safeguards. Participants will also receive links to helpful Security Rule resources.

    This session will provide an overview of the HIPAA Security Rule.  We will discuss the type of information that is covered by the rule; the standards and implementation specifications outlined in the rule; as well as necessary administrative, physical and technical safeguards.  Participants will also receive links to helpful Security Rule resources

    Security Rule

    -Definitions/General Rules

    -What is Covered

    -Standards and Implementation Specifications

    -Administrative Safeguards

    -Physical and Technical Safeguards

    -Organization Requirements

    -Security Rule Resources

    Meghana Shah, J.D.

    Meghana Shah, J.D., is an experienced Investigator at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights.  She conducts complaint investigations, compliance reviews, and outreach; and provides expert technical assistance on HIPAA and Federal civil rights laws which prohibit discrimination in the delivery of healthcare and human services. 

    Hyla Schreurs , J.D.

  • HIPAA Series Part 1: The HIPAA Privacy Rule – Overview and Individual Rights

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/25/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    This session will provide an overview of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights (OCR), and an overview of who is covered by HIPAA. We will discuss the key provisions of the HIPAA Privacy Rule, with an in-depth discussion of an individual’s right to access their medical record.

    This session will provide an overview of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights (OCR), and an overview of who is covered by HIPAA.  We will discuss the key provisions of the HIPAA Privacy Rule, with an in-depth discussion of an individual’s right to access their medical record.

    General Information

    -OCR Overview

    -Who is Covered by HIPAA (Covered Entities and Business Associates

    Privacy Rule

    -What is and isn’t PHI

    -Permitted Uses and Disclosures

    -Incidental Disclosures

    -Minimum Necessary Standard

    -Authorizations

    -Marketing

    -Sale of PHI

    -Administrative Requirements (Designate a Privacy Officer, Designate Person/Office to Receive Complaints, Provide Training, Develop and Implement Policies and Procedures)

    -Individual Rights (Notice of Privacy Practices, Access, Amendment, Accounting, Alternative Communications, Request Restriction, Complaints to the Covered Entity and OCR)

    Rachel Lips, J.D.

    Rachel Lips has been an Investigator for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office for Civil Rights (OCR), Rocky Mountain Region, since November 2016. Rachel received a Juris Doctor from the University of North Dakota School of Law and is admitted to practice law in the state of North Dakota. She also received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Studies from the University of North Dakota.  Rachel lives in Parker, Colorado with her husband, Kellen, and their dog, Chloe. They enjoy traveling and spending time with their family and friends. 

    Hyla Schreurs, J.D.

  • Understanding Patient Psychology in the COVID-19 World  

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/18/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    It is vitally important that Chiropractors thoroughly understand the COVID-19 Patient Psychology to not only better communicate and relate to patients, but also to be able to provide empathetic care plans, affordable access to chiropractic care, and promote chiropractic in a positive and essential light in your community. This one-hour course explores the current research on consumer behavior and buying habits, how COVID-19 has changed the consumer, and how to more effectively meet the needs of today's patients.

    It is vitally important that Chiropractors thoroughly understand the COVID19 Patient Psychology to not only better communicate and relate to patients, but also to be able to provide empathetic care plans, affordable access to chiropractic care, and promote chiropractic in a positive and essential light in your community. This one-hour course explores the current research on consumer behavior and buying habits, how COVID19 has changed the consumer, and how to more effectively meet the needs of today's patients.

    Learning Objective:

    -Discuss patient and consumer decision making provides a foundational framework for marketing your practice and improving your brand in the marketplace.

    Michael R. Perusich, DC

    CEO & Managing Partner

    Kats Consultants, LLC

    Bio 

    Dr. Michael Perusich is a solutions-focused advisor with more than 25 years of success across the healthcare and consulting industries. His broad areas of expertise include coaching, training, content development, motivational and keynote speaking.  

    Dr. Perusich obtained a Doctorate Degree from the Cleveland University of Health Sciences as well as a BS in Business & Advertising from The University of Texas at Austin. He is a former SACA national chair and has served on various ACA committees throughout his career. 

    For more than 20 years, he was the owner of one of the largest chiropractic multi-disciplinary practices in Missouri. Currently Dr. Perusich holds a leadership position as the CEO & Managing Partner for Kats Consultants, LLC. where he offers a unique platform of business knowledge for today's Chiropractic entrepreneur. 

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      • Early bird pricing available!
      • Non-member - $40
      • Student/Other - Free!
      • Member - $20
      • GAC - Free!
      • Regular Price after 03/12/2021 3:28 PM
      • Non-member - $50
      • Student/Other - Free!
      • Member - $25
      • GAC - Free!
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  • Prevention of Medical Errors Amidst a Pandemic

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 03/16/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Simulation training is an established training tool in many military and aviation settings. As chiropractors, we are educated to recognize and prevent errors in the patient's care. However, we are experiencing patient care situations with unparalleled history due to the COVID pandemic, the mutations, and the sequela suffered by its victims. It has been found that at least one-third of COVID-19 patients may experience lingering neurological issues after recovering from the infection, and 30 – 50% of people are going to have some mental health issues. The course's goal is to provide the chiropractor and their staff with an overview of the problem of medical errors, factors contributing to the occurrence of these errors, and steps that can be taken to reduce medical errors in key care settings. We will discuss policies and procedures to mitigate patient care mistakes, resulting in a decreased risk to patients and doctors themselves.

    Simulation training is an established training tool in many military and aviation settings.  As chiropractors, we are educated to recognize and prevent errors in the patient's care.  However, we are experiencing patient care situations with unparalleled history due to the COVID pandemic, the mutations, and the sequela suffered by its victims.  It has been found that at least one-third of COVID-19 patients may experience lingering neurological issues after recovering from the infection, and 30 – 50% of people are going to have some mental health issues.  The course's goal is to provide the chiropractor and their staff with an overview of the problem of medical errors, factors contributing to the occurrence of these errors, and steps that can be taken to reduce medical errors in key care settings.  We will discuss policies and procedures to mitigate patient care mistakes, resulting in a decreased risk to patients and doctors themselves.

    Learning Objectives: 

    -Understand the pandemic and its relationship to neurology

    -Learn the various sequelae of the pandemic.

    -Understand the adverse occurrences from medical errors

    -Understand the common errors and causes of litigation trends of COVID

    -Learn what to do to prevent medical errors from occurring in the chiropractic practice

    Mario Fucinari, DC, CPCP, CPPM, CIC

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      • Early bird pricing available!
      • Non-member - $40
      • Student/Other - Free!
      • Member - $20
      • GAC - Free!
      • Regular Price after 03/12/2021 11:55 PM
      • Non-member - $50
      • Student/Other - Free!
      • Member - $25
      • GAC - Free!
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  • What the A’s? How to be an Evidence-based Practice Clinician

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/03/2021

    Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a way of approaching decision making about clinical issues. It means making decisions with the best and most current knowledge possible from science and from practice, with a provider’s expertise, experience, life knowledge and intuition completely integrated, and with patient collaboration, where the healthcare provider values what the patient wants as the outcome for this decision. The 5A’s – Ask, Acquire, Appraise, Apply, Assess/Adjust – is a framework to assist provider’s implementing EBP decision-making. This framework will be described in the presentation with examples being from the literature on chiropractic care for children in sports.

    Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a way of approaching decision making about clinical issues. It means making decisions with the best and most current knowledge possible from science and from practice, with a provider’s expertise, experience, life knowledge and intuition completely integrated, and with patient collaboration, where the healthcare provider values what the patient wants as the outcome for this decision. The 5A’s – Ask, Acquire, Appraise, Apply, Assess/Adjust – is a framework to assist provider’s implementing EBP decision-making. This framework will be described in the presentation with examples being from the literature on chiropractic care for children in sports.

    Learning Objectives: 
    -Discuss the details to complete each of the five components of the evidence cycle.

    -Identify resources to be able to better apply the evidence cycle within a clinical setting.



    Katherine Pohlman, D.C., M.S. Ph.D.

    Director of Research

    Parker University

    Parker University

    Bio:

    Katherine Pohlman, D.C., M.S. Ph.D. is Director of Research at Parker University and an inaugural fellow of the Chiropractic Academy of Research and Leadership (CARL) program. She is the current Vice President of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) Council on Women’s Health and has served as Vice President of the ACA’s Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics. Dr. Pohlman received her Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree and M.S. in Clinical Research from Palmer College of Chiropractic and her Ph.D. in Pediatrics from the University of Alberta.  

    Dr. Pohlman joined Parker University in 2015 with nine years of prior experience as a research manager and scientist, including the first project manager for Palmer Center of Chiropractic Research. In that position, she managed several federally-funded research studies, including the largest randomized controlled trial in the military for chiropractic, which was awarded from the Department of Defense. As lead study coordinator, Dr. Pohlman also has directed the world’s largest study evaluating patient safety among spinal manipulation therapy providers, which comprised a series of projects funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Her research interests have focused not only on study methodology, but also on the safety and effectiveness of chiropractic care in special populations including individuals suffering from chronic pain, children, and pregnant/post-partum women.

  • Throwing Darts at a Moving Target: Using the Recent CPG on Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain to Ensure You Hit the Bullseye

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/24/2021

    Chronic musculoskeletal pain has reached epidemic levels around the world. Millions of people suffering turn to Chiropractors and other professionals for relief of their symptoms. Unfortunately, there is no absolute consensus on the best way to manage and treat these people. In the wake of the lack of an accepted standard of care, Chiropractors attempt different techniques, modalities, and practice styles with different outcomes. How can we be certain our treatment plans are backed up by the most current evidence? When do Chiropractors co-manage with other specialties? How often should they present for therapy? This webinar will explore the nature of clinical evidence, what a clinical practice guideline (CPG) is, how we can use them to strengthen our care plans, and how the Chiropractic profession, through the Clinical Compass, is bridging the gap between evidence and everyday practice.

    Chronic musculoskeletal pain has reached epidemic levels around the world. Millions of people suffering turn to Chiropractors and other professionals for relief of their symptoms.  Unfortunately, there is no absolute consensus on the best way to manage and treat these people. In the wake of the lack of an accepted standard of care, Chiropractors attempt different techniques, modalities, and practice styles with different outcomes.  How can we be certain our treatment plans are backed up by the most current evidence?  When do Chiropractors co-manage with other specialties?  How often should they present for therapy? This webinar will explore the nature of clinical evidence, what a clinical practice guideline (CPG) is, how we can use them to strengthen our care plans, and how the Chiropractic profession, through the Clinical Compass, is bridging the gap between evidence and everyday practice.  

    Learning objectives – After attending this webinar, attendees will be able to:

    -Describe how a Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) is developed and subsequently used in everyday practice

    -Discuss the current Best Practices for the Chiropractic Management of Patients with Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain


    Louis Crivelli, DC

    Dr. Louis Crivelli received his doctorate in chiropractic from the National University of Health Sciences in 2001. In 2002 he moved to the Annapolis area and began practicing in Greenbelt, MD (a stone’s throw from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center) where his diverse patient base consists of members of the scientific, educational, and industrial communities.  He is the Chairman of the Maryland Chiropractic Association and was named Chiropractor of the Year for 2016, 2018, and 2019. Dr. Crivelli is the Maryland delegate for the American Chiropractic Association as well as the Chairman of the Clinical Compass (the Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters (CCGPP).