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NEW Online Insurance Complaint Process for Providers and Patients
Thursday, 05 May 2016

In response to FCA advocacy, the Department of Financial Services, Division of Consumer Services, has made recent changes to their Insurance Complaint form to make it easier for you and your patients to file a complaint for any insurance claim denials, reductions, or delays. 

Impairment Rating in Orlando
Sunday, 01 May 2016

Dr. Ron Wellikoff, in conjunction with the FCA, Kaplan Seminars and SecureCare, will present "An Introduction to the AMA's Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 6th Edition" and "An Introduction to the Conversation from ICD-9 to ICD-10 Relating to Impairment Rating" on May 21-22, 2016 at the Doubletree by Hilton, 5555 Hazeltine National Drive, Orlando.


What’s the whole story on online CEs?
Friday, 22 April 2016
Some individuals are only telling part of the story and are misrepresenting that the Florida Board of Chiropractic Medicine (BOCM) recently took a stand against allowing online courses for chiropractic license renewal continuing education (CE).  In fact, that board acted in favor of allowing some online CEs.  We asked Paul Lambert, FCA General Counsel, who represented the FCA at the most recent BOCM meeting, to provide the whole story and the reason why the licensing board doesn’t have authority to simply adopt a board rule allowing for online CEs. Read the facts.
Lincoln Chair Spearheads Research Testing Targeted Program for Back Injury Prevention
Friday, 15 April 2016

Enjoy this press release detailing the latest research effort by the Lincoln Chair in Chiropractic & Biomechanics at the University of South Florida, Dr. John Mayer, and his team.

USF launches $1.3M study to test effectiveness of targeted exercise program in preventing back injury among Tampa Bay firefighters

The 13-month trial begins with Tampa Fire Rescue this month and will expand to fire departments in St. Petersburg and Hillsborough County 

F4CP Lauds CDC Opioid Guidelines, Chiropractic is Safer, Non-Drug Approach for Pain Relief
Monday, 28 March 2016
CDC recommends conservative care and alternative options prior to prescription painkiller treatment.
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – March 21, 2016 – In response to the new federal guidelines issued by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  (CDC) regarding opioid prescribing, the 
Chiropractic Progress
 (F4CP), the voice for the chiropractic profession, notes that many individuals are prescribed opioids for pain associated with musculoskeletal conditions, including low back and neck pain. Individuals utilizing opioids may be unaware of the effectiveness of alternative care, which includes chiropractic.

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