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The National Opioid Crisis: YOU Can Help
Monday, 31 July 2017
Nothing has captured the American consumer more than the opioid crisis. What the chiropractic community has been saying for years is now being said by everyone: opioids kill and there is a need to find a non-drug alternative.
 
It should be us – the chiropractic profession – that answers this question. However, other non-pharmacologic provider groups have their own agendas, and we can’t let them win in the field of public opinion.
 
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FCA Journal April/May/June 2017
Wednesday, 12 July 2017

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TENS UNITS: Don't Sell, Rent or Distribute Without an HME License

It’s a wrap! Legislature Ends 2017 Session in Overtime

When it's Time to Carry a Torch: A Tribute to Stanley S. Kaplan, DC, DABCO

Mandated Compliance Manuals: Are they working for you, or are you working for them?

Answers to Your Important Malpractice Questions

Understanding the Pediatric Patient: Part Two

The Time is Now: Prepaing for an Audit

Emerging Leader Retreat: Who will lead our profession in the future

Pull-out Poster of Top 10 Chiropractic Facts

 

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Florida Work Comp NEW Fee Schedule
Friday, 30 June 2017

The Florida Workers' Compensation Health Care Provider Reimbursement Manual, 2016 Edition will become effective July 1, 2017. Read on to access the link to the new manual and to a two-page fact sheet available for FCA members that captures the essential points in treating Florida Workers’ compensation patients.

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New Medicare I.D. numbers coming
Friday, 16 June 2017
Medicare is taking steps to remove Social Security numbers from Medicare cards. CMS will start mailing new cards to people with Medicare benefits in April 2018. All Medicare cards will be replaced by April 2019. 
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ALERT: Respond Promptly to Request for Revalidation
Wednesday, 17 May 2017
Medicare is beginning the revalidation process again.  If a practitioner or practice fails to respond timely to these requests they will be deactivated AND will not be able to bill Medicare or collect from the patient for services rendered while deactivated. Members are encouraged to alert their staff to look for any correspondence from Medicare or First Coast Service Options and respond urgently.  Revalidations can be time consuming and frustrating.  The financial impact could be significant, however, if not handled with urgency and importance. Continue reading for important links to help you revalidate with greater success.
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