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2 Minutes on The Why of SecureCare
Thursday, 30 April 2015

Enjoy this 2-minute video with authorities from around the country relaying the value of SecureCare to create change.


SecureCare Hoag Video



ACA President Comments on Scope of Practice Policy and New College of Pharmacology & Toxicology
Thursday, 02 April 2015
From: Tony Hamm
Re: Scope policy and College of Pharmacology and Toxicology
During our annual HOD meeting in February we passed resolutions supporting key elements in scopes of practice and the creation of the ACA College of Pharmacology and Toxicology. From membership responses, these policy resolutions have proven quite positive. To no one`s surprise however, other organizations and special interest groups have associated these policies to “incorporating drugs into the scope of chiropractic practice and promoting the term chiropractic medicine.”
SecureCare of Florida News: Halfway to Goal
Thursday, 05 March 2015

   SecureCare of Florida has released its inaugural newsletter, announcing more than 200 members!  The IPA is nearing the half-way point in its initial goal of 500 doctors and will soon reach this goal, allowing SecureCare to begin discussions with insurance companies.

View the video of Dr. Bill Bruening, President, SecureCare Board of Directors



Click "Read More" to sign up for SecureCare now!

New Version of Patient Notice for Doctors Who Opt Out
Friday, 27 February 2015
The FCA continues to stay engaged to provide the latest and best possible information to assist Florida DCs in their individual decision-making regarding the Florida Blue change in network administration to American Specialty Health (ASH). On January 8th, in response to member requests, an easy-to-edit Word document of a patient notice for DCs who choose to opt out of the Florida Blue/ASH network was posted for downloading.  Just today, a new version was posted in response to Florida Blue concerns.  If you are currently using the old version, we request that you download the new version.  Read more to access or download the new notice.
Researchers Find New Hope for Combat Veterans with PTSD
Friday, 20 February 2015

(From a Carrick Brain Centers Release) There is a novel approach to the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) that does not involve drugs or surgery. A new brain and vestibular rehabilitation treatment of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has demonstrated significant success for combat veterans. US Military veterans from across the United States were involved in a new 2 week Pilot program that does not involve drugs or surgery. The successful treatment has been pioneered at the Carrick Brain Centers (CBC) with clinical facilities in Atlanta, GA and Dallas, TX. Researchers at the CBC in Dallas, Texas have published the findings of their preliminary study in the journal Frontiers in Public Health.

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