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Second Florida Workers' Comp Webinar Now Available
Workers' Compensation Forms & Links
Tuesday, 04 March 2014

A new webinar on "Coding and Billing in Florida Workers' Compensation" now joins the original "Introduction to Florida Workers' Compensation" to provide a helpful resource to FCA members.  There are signs and reports from around the State of an emerging increase in utilization of chiropractic for on-the-job injuries addressed through the workers' compensation system.  FCA Help Desk Coordinator Mollie Frawley, R.N., who has a vast background in Florida Workers' Compensation, has condensed the full 5-hour workers' compensation certification course to two brief webinars which can be accessed by members on a complimentary basis, any time.

 

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Work Comp Fact Sheet
Workers' Compensation Forms & Links
Wednesday, 26 February 2014
Following are many references to help you understand and comply with the rules, regulations and expectations of the Florida Workers’ Compensation system. To get you started, this includes important steps in accepting a patient who was injured on the job, under Florida law.
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ICD-10 Resources
Medicare/CMS Forms & Resources
Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Although the October 1, 2014 deadline has been postponed until 2015, understanding ICD-10 is coming.  Here are some important points and helpful links to extensive resources that will help you prepare for your conversion to ICD-10:

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New CMS 1500 Uniform Billing Form Instructions
Medicare/CMS Forms & Resources
Thursday, 23 January 2014
CMS and insurers started receiving and processing paper claims on the revised 1500 claim form (Version 02/12) on January 6, 2014. One of the most significant changes is item number 21. 
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Resources on Informed Consent and Stroke
Practice Management Forms & Links
Friday, 17 January 2014

There is growing interest in the association between cervical manipulation and vertebrobasilar artery (VBA) stroke.  Unfortunately, opinion rather than fact has often dominated discussions on this topic, even though there has been no definitive evidence that cervical adjustments can cause a stroke. The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) is sensitive to the public’s concerns surrounding this complex issue, and has provided extensive resources to help state associations and doctors of chiropractic disseminate accurate information about the risks of serious injury following cervical manipulation.

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