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  • Improving Over-the-Counter Collections

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/14/2021 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    While insurance billing and collections is a huge part of practice cash flow, the often over-looked topic of Over-the-Counter (OTC) Collections is one of the keys to improving practice cash flow. In this webinar, Brandy Brimhall will discuss: -Common challenges in over-the-counter collections -How to identify if OTC collections is a weak spot for your practice cash flow -Specific action steps to make immediate improvement in OTC collections for your practice Over-the-counter Collections is not just essential for the health of a practice cash flow but is also a requirement per many rules and regulations. This session is a win-win as it will help guide your practice to immediate improvement of cash flow as well as help practices get into alignment with necessary rules and regulations in this area. This webinar is not for CE credit.

    While insurance billing and collections is a huge part of practice cash flow, the often over-looked topic of Over-the-Counter (OTC) Collections is one of the keys to improving practice cash flow.  In this webinar, Brandy Brimhall will discuss:

    - Common challenges in over-the-counter collections
    - How to identify if OTC collections is a weak spot for your practice cash flow
    - Specific action steps to make immediate improvement in OTC collections for your practice

    Over-the-counter Collections is not just essential for the health of a practice cash flow but is also a requirement per many rules and regulations.  This session is a win-win as it will help guide your practice to immediate improvement of cash flow as well as help practices get into alignment with necessary rules and regulations in this area. This webinar is not for CE credit.


    Learning Objectives

    - Examine necessities of properly collecting OTC from patients
    - Discuss how to identify and address over-the-counter collection challenges for your practice

    Brandy Brimhall

    President of www.CHelpDesk.com

    Brandy Brimhall has served chiropractic since 1999.  She has served multiple roles in the practice for the small practice, multiple practices and multi-discipline practices. Through her experience, she found her passion to be in coding/billing, compliance and practice administration.

    Brandy has presented seminars and/or webinars for many chiropractic state associations, chiropractic colleges and many organizations that serve chiropractic. She has also been featured in a number of chiropractic publications.

    She has achieved professional certification as a Certified Professional Coder (CPC), Certified Medical Compliance Officer (CMCO), Certified ChiroCode Chiropractic Coder (CCCPC), Certified Professional Compliance Officer (CPCO), and Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA).

     

    Brandy is the President of www.CHelpDesk.com.  

  • Treatment Regimes in Gait Faults to Enhance Performance

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 01/12/2021 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    This course by Dr. Christine Foss, DC, will dive into human movement and the EBP analysis of facilitated patterns of movement. The lecture will then walk through the biomechanics that predispose the athlete to injury and patterns that drive optimal performance. Lastly, as the seminar continues, it will then progress to demonstrate treatment regimes that unwind faulty movement patterns in the corrective phase of care. The lectures overarching goals is to walk through the process of evaluation and then safely returning the athlete to play with improved biomechanics and enhanced performance.

    This course by Dr. Christine Foss, DC, will dive into human movement and the EBP analysis of facilitated patterns of movement.  The lecture will then walk through the biomechanics that predispose the athlete to injury and patterns that drive optimal performance.   Lastly, as the seminar continues, it will then progress to demonstrate treatment regimes that unwind faulty movement patterns in the corrective phase of care. The lectures overarching goals is to walk through the process of evaluation and then safely returning the athlete to play with improved biomechanics and enhanced performance.

    Learning Objectives: 
    1. Identify normal movement patterns
    2. Assess perspective on movement patterns that drive injury
    3. Describe factors that drive faulty movement in the process of correction and return to sport.

    Christine Foss, DC

    Owner- ​Advance Sports Medical and PT Center​

    Bio

    Dr. Christine Foss has a Masters degree in Sports Medicine (MSEd) from Old Dominion University, a Doctorate in Chiropractic (DC) from New York Chiropractic College and a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Health Sciences. She is a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (DACBSP), a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), holds an International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic (ICSC) and is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP).

    Dr. Foss has had many experiences treating and rehabilitating athletes as well as non-athletes. Co-owning and establishing Advanced Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy Center as well as the Kids’ Therapy Center has been her passion. Dr. Foss worked in the Sports Medicine Department at the University of Notre Dame and also multiple times as a volunteer at the Olympic Training Camps. She has worked with USA gymnastics, the World Games in Poland and the bobsleigh World Championships in Austria, traveling to World Championships with the Austrian Bobsleigh team. Additionally, Dr. Foss has recently traveled with TEAM USA Track and Field to Mexico as medical staff.

    Dr. Foss is the Director and lead instructor for the New York Chiropractic College Certified Chiropractic Physician program. She is also Education Chair for The Federation for International Sports Chiropractic. Dr. Foss lectures nationally and internationally on the topics of athletic injury assessment and treatment and has worked alongside prominent surgeons in the care and rehabilitation of athletic injuries.

    Dr. Foss finds special interest in difficult cases and those patients who have had little success with conventional care.

  • Informed Consent and Risk Management in Chiropractic Practice

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 12/15/2020 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    It is an important ethical and legal obligation for all practicing Doctors of Chiropractic to obtain the informed consent of patients before treatment. This presentation by Dr. William Lauretti will help you to create effective and efficient policies for your practice, and help you answer any challenging questions your patients might ask.

    It is an important ethical and legal obligation for all practicing Doctors of Chiropractic to obtain the informed consent of patients before treatment. This presentation by Dr. William Lauretti will help you to create effective and efficient policies for your practice, and help you answer any challenging questions your patients might ask. 


    Learning Objectives:

    At the conclusion of this Webinar, participants should be able to:

    - Manage risk in their practices by learning how to develop an effective and efficient informed consent policy.

    - Employ the skills to better communicate with patients about the relative safety of chiropractic procedures

    William J. Lauretti, DC, FICC, FACC

    Associate Professor

    New York Chiropractic College

    Bio

    Dr. Bill Lauretti spent over 15 years in private practice in Maryland before joining the Chiropractic Clinical Science faculty at New York Chiropractic College in 2005. He has written numerous journal articles and textbook chapters about the safety of chiropractic neck adjustments, and has lectured extensively on the topic. He is a Spokesman for the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), who has been interviewed by major news outlets about chiropractic risks, including CNN, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, and Reuters International News Service. He is a Fellow of the International College of Chiropractors, a past recipient of ACA’s Presidential Award for Outstanding Achievement, and was named the Maryland Chiropractic Association’s Chiropractor of the Year 2000.

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  • Keys to Recovery in Persistent Post-concussion Syndrome

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/12/2020

    Join Dr. Michael Powell, DC, who will provide an overview of the evidence-based procedures he uses with patients who suffer persistent post-concussion syndrome (PPCS). These patients continue to suffer headache, dizziness, or other symptoms for months or years after their initial injury. Dr. Powell will provide a template for assessment that will enable the chiropractor to provide individualized care for these challenging patients. He will share treatment strategies that lead to faster, more successful outcomes for those with PPCS.

    Join Dr. Michael Powell, DC, who will provide an overview of the evidence-based procedures he uses with patients who suffer persistent post-concussion syndrome (PPCS). These patients continue to suffer headache, dizziness, or other symptoms for months or years after their initial injury. Dr. Powell will provide a template for assessment that will enable the chiropractor to provide individualized care for these challenging patients. He will share treatment strategies that lead to faster, more successful outcomes for those with PPCS.

    Learning Objectives
    On completing this program, doctors will be able to:
    1. Identify the key tests that must be performed with every PPCS patient
    2. Assemble a plan of care that takes into account the unique challenges with PPCS
    3. Utilize objective measures that will guide the treatment plan

    Michael Powell

    DC

    Dr. Mike Powell has been teaching other doctors how to have a greater impact on their patients by applying functional neurology for over 20 years. He is on the faculty of the Carrick Institute, past president of the Iowa Board of Chiropractic, current district director for the Iowa Chiropractic Society. Dr. Powell lectures to educators, brain injury specialists, rehab providers and support groups. He is also trained in Bredesen protocols for prevention and treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. Dr. Powell has developed a series of online courses on functional neurology for healthcare providers. He is proud to be a second-generation chiropractor, practicing in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

  • Home Ergonomics During COVID-19

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/27/2020

    Join Dr. Scott Bautch for a webinar examining how doctors of chiropractic can keep their patients active, adaptive, and healthy at home through ergonomics during the COVID-19 pandemic. This course will help doctors of chiropractic to better understand the unique challenges of working and studying from home. This will include reviewing mechanical ergonomics versus human ergonomics; discussing the unique challenges of working from home, such as workstation design with limited resources and lack of mobility; designing a home care program for people working and studying from home; and reviewing what early data is saying about the health effects of working from home both physically and emotionally.

    Join Dr. Scott Bautch for a webinar examining how doctors of chiropractic can keep their patients active, adaptive, and healthy at home through ergonomics during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This course will help doctors of chiropractic to better understand the unique challenges of working  and studying from home.  This will include reviewing mechanical ergonomics versus human ergonomics; discussing the unique challenges of working from home, such as workstation design with limited resources and lack of mobility; designing a home care program for people working and studying from home; and reviewing what early data is saying about the health effects of working from home both physically and emotionally.


    Learning Objectives

    - Examine the difference between mechanical ergonomics and human economics.

    - Discuss both in office and home strategies for patients working and studying from home.

    - Review micro breaks and their benefits, macro breaks and their benefits and motion strategies and their benefits in relationship to their patients and community.

    - Understand the unique challenges of virtual learning and virtual working from home.

    Scott D. Bautch, DC, DABCOH

    Owner

    Bautch Chiropractic

  • Addressing Work from Home Inactivity: An Introduction to Instructing Chair Yoga

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Chair yoga is an easy and approachable active treatment tool which can help address the inactivity experienced working from home. In this webinar, Dr. Vivian Ly, DC will introduce the evidence supporting yoga for low back pain, practice chair yoga, and discuss how to instruct your patients through a chair yoga sequence.

    Chair yoga is an easy and approachable active treatment tool which can help address the inactivity experienced working from home. In this webinar, Dr. Vivian Ly, DC, will introduce the evidence supporting yoga for low back pain, practice chair yoga, and discuss how to instruct your patients through a chair yoga sequence. 


    Learning Objectives:

    1. Discuss evidence supporting yoga for low back pain
    2. Recognize the therapeutic benefits of chair yoga through a guided practice
    3. Explain how to instruct chair yoga to patients 

    Vivian Ly

    DC

    Dr. Vivian Ly, DC graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West and completed a VA chiropractic residency at the VA Connecticut Healthcare System. She now is a postdoctoral research fellow at Yale University and a clinician at the West Haven VA. Dr. Ly is a 200 hour certified yoga instructor and integrates her knowledge as a yoga instructor in to the care of her patients.

  • The New Rehab: Empowering Your Patients With World-Class Home Programs

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/06/2020

    With the new “work-from-home” reality, our patients face unique challenges to their health. The lack of a traditional work space, less accessibility to healthcare and limitations on group exercise mean that creative solutions are needed. In this course, Dr. Daniel Bockmann will outline how to easily adapt your practice to these critical needs. He will discuss: Simple home workstation setup & optimization tips; building a powerful Youtube rehab library to supplement your patients’ home care; incorporating impressive “rehab homework” emails for patients; and easy home fitness guidelines your patients will love

    With the new “work-from-home” reality, our patients face unique challenges to their health.  The lack of a traditional work space, less accessibility to healthcare and limitations on group exercise mean that creative solutions are needed.

    In this course, Dr. Bockmann outlines how to easily adapt your practice to these critical needs.  He will discuss:

    - Simple home workstation setup & optimization tips
    - Building a powerful Youtube rehab library to supplement your patients’ home care
    - Incorporating impressive “rehab homework” emails for patients
    - Easy home fitness guidelines your patients will love

    Learning Objectives:

    - Adapt your practice to meet your patients’ work-from-home reality
    - Implement creative work-arounds that benefit both patient & doctor
    - Examine importance of continuity of care through work-from-home periods

    Daniel P. Bockmann

    DC

    Austin Spine and Sport


    Bio

    Dr. Bockmann has been in private practice for 19 years, and owns a sports medicine and rehab clinic in Austin, TX, where he provides pre-and post-surgical rehab for spine and extremity conditions. He holds both a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree, and a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Human Biology. Dr. Bockmann is a member of the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council (ACASC), American Chiropractic Association (ACA), and the Texas Chiropractic Association (TCA). He has qualified as a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

  • The Relationship of the Diaphragm, Respiration and Posture

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/01/2020

    Join Dr. Robert George, DC, CCSP for this webinar examining chiropractic, posture, and the diaphragm. The diaphragm is not only a muscle of respiration, but it is also a pelvic and spinal stabilizer that influences spinal position. Natural human asymmetries, including asymmetrical differences of the diaphragm left and right side, contribute to patterns and positions of the pelvis as airflow into the thorax determines position and posture of the entire axial spine. Understanding human asymmetries, the diaphragm, patterned respiration, and chains of muscles as they direct position and posture will provide a framework for effective treatment and performance strategies. Without integrating the diaphragm to reposition, retrain and restore balanced function within an asymmetrical framework, many of our treatment approaches will be defeated by repetitive patho-mechanical compensation and an over reliance on accessory muscles of respiration.

    Join Dr. Robert George, DC, CCSP for this webinar examining chiropractic, posture, and the diaphragm.  The diaphragm is not only a muscle of respiration, but it is also a pelvic and spinal stabilizer that influences spinal position.   Natural human asymmetries, including asymmetrical differences of the diaphragm left and right side, contribute to patterns and positions of the pelvis as airflow into the thorax determines position and posture of the entire axial spine.   Understanding human asymmetries, the diaphragm, patterned respiration, and chains of muscles as they direct position and posture will provide a framework for effective treatment and performance strategies.   Without integrating the diaphragm to reposition, retrain and restore balanced function within an asymmetrical framework, many of our treatment approaches will be defeated by repetitive patho-mechanical compensation and an over reliance on accessory muscles of respiration. 


    Learning Objectives 
    • Describe how natural human asymmetries direct position and posture of the human body and we will never be able to make someone "symmetrical".  
    • Discuss the diaphragm and respiration as the critical elements for balanced position, alignment, and posture. 

    Robert George DC, CCSP

    Owner, La Jolla Sport and Spine

    BIO

    Robert "Skip" George, D.C. practices in La Jolla, CA where he integrates chiropractic, rehabilitation, and sports performance training.  His practice has a strong emphasis on a chiropractic lifestyle of wellness including fitness and nutrition.   He is a faculty member of the Postural Restoration Institute (PRI) and teaches courses on diaphragm function, respiration, and posture as it relates to the pelvis, thorax and cervical spine.

  • How Healthy is Your Revenue Cycle System?

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/29/2020

    ​Are you on the revenue cycle hamster wheel? Do you find that your Accounts Receivable for patients and insurance continues to grow or be unmanageable? Are you finding that old money is sitting in your Accounts Receivable report instead of your business account? There are many moving parts to a revenue cycle system, many which often go unmanaged or receive inadequate time and attention. In this webinar, Brandy Brimhall will discuss all moving parts to your practice revenue cycle system, why they’re necessary to the health of your practice and how to get these systems in alignment and operating smoothly. This webinar is not for CE credit.

    Are you on the revenue cycle hamster wheel?  Do you find that your Accounts Receivable for patients and insurance continues to grow or be unmanageable? Are you finding that old money is sitting in your Accounts Receivable report instead of your business account? There are many moving parts to a revenue cycle system, many which often go unmanaged or receive inadequate time and attention.  In this webinar, Brandy Brimhall will discuss all moving parts to your practice revenue cycle system, why they’re necessary to the health of your practice and how to get these systems in alignment and operating smoothly. This webinar is not for CE credit.

    Learning Objectives:

    - Identify the many moving parts of the revenue cycle system as well as why each of these parts need appropriate time and attention
    - Identify challenges in revenue cycle management as well as easy action steps for immediate implementation for improvement
    - Recognize how to use your Accounts Receivable report as a diagnostic tool for your practice
    - Discuss strategies for time management, training and overall improvement of your revenue cycle system

    Brandy Brimhall

    President of www.CHelpDesk.com

    Brandy Brimhall has served chiropractic since 1999.  She has served multiple roles in the practice for the small practice, multiple practices and multi-discipline practices. Through her experience, she found her passion to be in coding/billing, compliance and practice administration.

    Brandy has presented seminars and/or webinars for many chiropractic state associations, chiropractic colleges and many organizations that serve chiropractic. She has also been featured in a number of chiropractic publications.

    She has achieved professional certification as a Certified Professional Coder (CPC), Certified Medical Compliance Officer (CMCO), Certified ChiroCode Chiropractic Coder (CCCPC), Certified Professional Compliance Officer (CPCO), and Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA).

     

    Brandy is the President of www.CHelpDesk.com.  

  • Clinical Risk Management: Manifestations of COVID-19

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/24/2020

    In this presentation, Dr. James Demetrious will present compelling new research related to the clinical manifestations of COVID-19. Emphasis will be placed upon diagnostic presentations, susceptibility and thromboembolic events that have been linked to coronavirus. After viewing this presentation, registrants will be able to discuss diagnostic assessment of patients presenting with COVID-19, and recognize the role of coronavirus and its predisposition to thromboembolic events and stroke.

    In this presentation, Dr. James Demetrious will present compelling new research related to the clinical manifestations of COVID-19. Emphasis will be placed upon diagnostic presentations, susceptibility and thromboembolic events that have been linked to coronavirus.

    Learning Objectives
    • Discuss diagnostic assessment of patients presenting with COVID-19.
    • Recognize the role of coronavirus and its predisposition to thromboembolic events and stroke.

    James Demetrious

    DC

    BIO

    Dr. James Demetrious is a nationally distinguished chiropractic orthopedist, neuromusculoskeletal specialist, educator, author and editor. Dr. Demetrious teaches post-graduate coursework on behalf of NYCC and the University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic. He is a member of the NCMIC Speakers’ Bureau and provides postgraduate coursework throughout the United States. He has published peer-reviewed journal papers related to advanced differential diagnosis. He has served as an editorial reviewer on behalf of the journals: Spine, Annals of Internal Medicine, Clinical Anatomy and Journal of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists. Dr. Demetrious has continually cared for patients since 1986.