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  • Literature Search and Critical Appraisal 101

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course by Dr. Joel P Carmichael, DC, DACBSP provides an overview of the basics of clinical science literature search and retention, and a brief overview for critically appraising two common study designs published in the clinical literature. Learners will learn to apply commonly used criteria to appraise the evidence in selected journal articles, determine their level of rigor and usefulness, and identify and discuss their strengths and limitations. Resources commonly used by the scientific community will be referenced to enable immediate application of the course content in daily clinical practice.

  • Documentation, Coding and Billing for Unproven Procedures

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    State guidelines and 3rd party payors identify procedures that are deemed “experimental, investigational and unproven”. This lengthy list of procedures includes laser therapy, kinesio-taping, dry needling and many, many more. This session will cover in detail: -The definition and meaning of “unproven, investigational and experimental” procedures -Best Practices (and even state rules for some!) for communicating this type of procedure properly to your patients -Where and how to learn which procedures are labeled as “unproven” (We’ll even review some payor policies in this session) -How to code and bill for unproven procedures (for insurance and self-pay patients) -Documentation rules and best-practices for clearly recording the rendering of these procedures in your patient notes

  • Treatment of Post-Surgical Continued Spine Pain (PSCP) Using Cox® Flexion Distraction: A Discussion of Past, Present and Future Research

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This on-demand presentation by Dr. James Cox, DC and Dr. Ralph Kruse, DC will discuss the treatment of post-surgical continued spine pain patients starting with case studies and progressing through retrospective reviews and ending with the current prospective multi-practice IRB approved study at Keiser University.

  • Learning the Language of Coding

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Proper application of coding (CPT/HCPCS, ICD-10 and Modifiers) is essential for practice success! Join this session by Dr. Brandy Brimhall, DC, to discuss the fundamentals of coding and why and how we must be confident in our code selections and application. Clean and correct coding is part of the framework for practices to: -Communicate to necessary parties -Minimize risk of denial and audit -Get paid properly by payors -Be effective and efficient with billing systems Remember, getting paid doesn’t mean we get to keep these payments, particularly if the result of coding related errors! Together, let’s walk through the language of coding and identify common coding errors, coding challenges and action steps for improved code selection!

  • NCMIC presents Basic Principles of Ethical Behavior: Would You Go to You?

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    How do you know if you are an ethical person? The chiropractic practice has been walloped in recent months. Personal and professional ethics affects practice success. Your core convictions enter in every area of chiropractic practice. Knowing the difference between right and wrong is not enough. Knowing what the right thing is and doing it is a difference. Discover what the public expects when it comes to ethics from their healthcare team, and where chiropractic fits in.

  • All Things Physical (Exams, That Is)

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This presentation by Dr. Michael John Megehee, DC focuses on significant practice opportunities for DCs. Some of these opportunities require training and certification such as performing physical exams for commercial drivers for which DCs have been paid $300,000,000 in the past 18 months. Some services only require completion of training such as DOT Alcohol and Drug testing which can be performed entirely by staff. For some opportunities, training is optional, but advisable such as performing FAA BasicMed exams for private pilots. Adding any of these services to your chiropractic practice will add revenue, a solid client base. Learn how to become qualified to offer these services to a new client market.

  • Step-By-Step Success: An Implementation Strategy for Compliant Documentation

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This presentation by Dr. Ellen Fitzenrider, DC will focus on ways chiropractors can properly implement compliant documentation into their practice. These steps include transitioning patients to episodic care (Active vs. Maintenance), documenting to carrier guidelines and cutting out unneeded information from your notes, and other important aspects. Dr. Fitzenrider will focus on making sure assessment tools, scores, deficiencies, and goals are in the notes, the importance of having updated macros which are being used properly, EHR retraining, and more.

  • The Treatment of Neck Pain-Associated and Whiplash-Associated Disorders: A Clinical Practice Guideline

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join Dr. Andre Bussieres for this webinar that will review neck pain and its treatment. Neck pain is one of the leading cause of disability wordwide, and the cost of neck pain treatment is rapidly increasing. The objective of the project described in the webinar was to develop a clinical practice guideline on the management of Neck Pain-Associated Disorders (NAD) and Whiplash-Associated Disorders (WAD). To formulate clinical recommendations, members of the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative (CCGI) considered high quality systematic reviews conducted by Optima and peer-reviewed literature. The project lead will present the key recommendations on the conservative management of NAD and WAD, and discuss their implication for clinical practice. He will also share available tools and resources to help apply these in practice.

  • A Common Link Between Alzheimer’s, Arthritis and Metabolic Disorders

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This presentation by Dr. Robert Silverman, DC will explore the commonalities between Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, and metabolic disorders. They can all be induced by systemic gut bacterial toxins. The pathogens involved in gut dysbiosis possess inflammatory toxins such as lipopolysaccharides (LPS) and cytolethal distending toxins (CDT). The release of these toxins in the gut opens intestinal tight junctions and degrades epithelial cells allowing for unfettered infiltration of LPS and CDT into the periphery. Once in circulation, the inflammatory LPS and CDT can travel throughout the body, opening the blood-brain barrier, inflaming joint tissues, dysregulating the thyroid, and initiating insulin resistance. This therapeutic opportunity applies to many of the patients seen each week. Detection of systemic bacterial toxins can guide an appropriate gut-healing protocol. Repairing and maintaining the intestinal barrier is a key component in combating many extra-intestinal disorders.

  • Government Relief Alphabet Soup: SBA, EIDL, PPP; What Do They Mean, and How Can They Help You and Your Business?

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Join Cordia Partners as they walk participants through the CARES Act, the SBA loan process, the Paycheck Protection Program and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan. Find out how these programs can help your chiropractic business. Free to members $25 non-members Not eligible for CE credit