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  • 4-Part HIPAA Series Bundle

    Contains 8 Component(s)

    This 4-part series will cover: Part 1: The HIPAA Privacy Rule – Overview and Individua Rights Part 2: Overview of the HIPAA Security Rule Part 3: Overview of the HIPAA Breach Notification Rule Part 4: Overview of HIPAA Enforcement (There are no CE credits for these webinars.)

  • 2021 Coding Updates

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This 1-hour seminar by Dr. Kevin Sharp is designed to provide 2021 coding and documentation updates to doctors of chiropractic and their staff. An explanation of the new 2021 E&M coding changes along with examples of how each can be documented to improve efficiencies and add value to your patients’ clinical case will be provided. In addition, Dr. Sharp will review the most-commonly misunderstood and used time-based codes in chiropractic offices in an effort to improve documentation and billing for these therapeutic modalities. Lastly, he will review the importance of re-examinations in a chiropractic office and how these visits show outcomes and help establish medical necessity.

  • Understanding Patient Psychology in the COVID-19 World  

    Contains 4 Component(s)

    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.

  • Prevention of Medical Errors Amidst a Pandemic

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    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.

  • Strategic Patient Conversations - Improve Pain-Coping

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In this course, Dr. Ya-Ling J. Liou will discuss how to achieve better lasting and evidence-based outcomes in your patients with pain by incorporating a 5-step strategy to improve coping and resilience. Doctors of Chiropractic are frequently the first portal of entry for patients with pain. Patients’ experience with pain is shaped by context and that context is laid down haphazardly during childhood by caregivers, whose focus is usually on moving past it as quickly as possible. Without acknowledging patients’ belief systems around pain as shaped by their earliest pain experiences, lasting relief will remain out of reach. Dr. John Gottmann of the University of Washington did the groundbreaking research which led to what is now widely referred to as Emotion Coaching. This is a 5-step strategy that has been shown to improve coping and resilience for emotions. Given the shared neurobiology by pain and emotion, these 5 steps are an important addition to any clinical practice. Attend this webinar to learn how to use your conversation with patients to achieve lasting, evidence-based outcomes.

  • What the A’s? How to be an Evidence-based Practice Clinician

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    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.

  • 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

    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.

  • Patient Re-activation During and After the COVID-19 Era

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    ChiroPreferred Advisory Board members Drs. Steven Clarke and John Davila take you through new ideas and concepts to re-activate former and “drop-off” patients who have discontinued necessary care. The doctors will discuss what procedural changes you should consider, what scams are out there to avoid, stimulating medical office referrals and simple risk management tips to avoid legal and regulatory problems.

  • Treating Neck Pain Doesn’t Have to Be a Pain in the Neck: Using Guidelines and Best Practices to Inform Your Treatment of Patients with Neck Pain

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Neck pain is one of the most common reasons for a chiropractic visit. With the rise of an office-based culture and the predominance of screens, millions of people around the world are finding themselves with life affecting neck pain and symptoms. Chiropractors have been successfully treating neck pain for over a century, but how do we KNOW what we have been doing is supported by evidence? Are we doing the right things? How do we handle complicated patients? How long do we treat them before we seek collaboration? What exactly ARE the best practices? This webinar will explore the nature of clinical evidence, the differences between best practices and clinical practice guidelines, and how the Chiropractic profession, through the Clinical Compass, is bridging the gap between evidence and everyday practice.

  • Treating Concussion Beyond the Adjustment in a Chiropractic Practice

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Concussion has been a common topic in the media for the last few years and continues to present challenges to physicians, patients and patient athletes. In the chiropractic office, we can treat the concussed patient and include nutrition and supplement recommendations. There is also a wide variety of testing to evaluate damage to the immune system and neurological system, which can be treated successfully with the right information. With a disruption of the blood brain barrier, infection is extremely common. With inflammation, the stress of the injury or the stress prior to the injury can also affect outcomes and the duration of symptoms. Looking at how the adrenals, gut function, neurotransmitters, basic nutrition and deficiencies can aid the chiropractic physician in instituting care beyond, yet including, musculoskeletal treatment in their office. Simple recommendations can be implemented immediately after the history physical and diagnosis is rendered.