Chronic Pain: Becoming THE Authority in Your Town!
Includes a Live Event on 04/23/2019 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
This course will dive into the literature and claims data that supports ongoing chronic pain management and reveal a time-tested system to effectively transition patients to self-pay while improving compliance. Formally called “Transition from Discharge to Wellness”, this webinar has been greatly enhanced with new data and research. Dr. Ronald Farabaugh will show you how to take the stress out of practice. We will discuss: (1) how insurance views acute vs. chronic care, (2) the literature related to ongoing care, (3) a schematic describing proper evidence-based case management, (4) how to communicate clinical needs to patients, (5) getting your staff on board with the evidence-based direction of practice, and (6) Becoming recognized as THE authority in your town.
1) Identify the literature related to chronic pain management;
2) Recognize guidelines related to chronic pain management;
3) Propose strategies to communicate the benefits of chiropractic to your patients and to the public, business, and medical industries.
Dr. Ronald J. Farabaugh
Farabaugh Chiropractic Office
Dr. Ronald Farabaugh has been in private practice for over 36 years and now serves as the National Physical Medicine Director of Advanced Medicine Integration Group based in Highland Park Illinois. As such Dr. Farabaugh has vast experience in both clinical practice and the insurance side of healthcare offering a unique insight into a world previously closed to most DCs. He currently serves CCE as Councilor Category 2, representing clinicians; is former Chairman of the Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters (CCGPP) and has been published numerous times regarding guidelines and case management; is a former President of the Ohio State Chiropractic Association; former President of the Ohio Chiropractic Board; sits on the Board of Advisors of the Official Disability Guidelines; and the ACA Research Advisory Council. He has been appointed to various positions by two Ohio Governors, Republican and Democratic.