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HIPAA and New Medicare I.D. Numbers
Thursday, 19 April 2018
New Medicare cards are being issued that replace social security numbers with MBI, Medicare Beneficiary Identifiers. See Medicare's alert on keeping these numbers private and secure.
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PIP Case Law Update
Friday, 06 April 2018
Just recently, the Florida Supreme Court agreed to hear the issue regarding the application of the PIP deductible.  For years now, the county, circuit, and now appellate courts have issued varying opinions on how insurance companies should apply the PIP deductible.  To the provider’s office, it can mean a couple of hundred bucks on each patient carrying a PIP deductible.  To the insurance companies, it can mean millions.
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FCA Journal January/February/March 2018
Wednesday, 04 April 2018


Sex in the Chiropractic Office, Part 1

Chiropractic Physicians as Leaders in First Responder Wellness

Don’t Let High Deductibles and Co-Pays Create Chaos in Your Practice

HPA Axis and the Connection between Chronic Stress, Obesity and Physiological Dysfunction (Part II)

Functional Fitness for Tennis

Webster In-Utero Constraint Technique: Do You Know It?

Practicing Your Purpose

A 2018 Florida Legislative Session Overview: State Lawmakers Wrap Up In Overtime 

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Legislature Finishes in Overtime, PIP Repeal Dies
Monday, 12 March 2018
Monday, March 12, 2018, Tallahassee – Florida lawmakers concluded their annual 60-day lawmaking session after a rare Sunday afternoon session, two days past their originally scheduled time of adjournment, finally agreeing to a record $88.7-billion state spending plan for fiscal year 2018-19. Education, a top priority for both Senate President Joe Negron and House Speaker Richard Corcoran, saw significant increases in spending for both K-12 students and Bright Futures merit-based scholarships for university and state college students.
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Direct Primary Care Access Bill Heads to Governor
Thursday, 08 March 2018
Thursday, March 8, 2018, Tallahassee – Earlier today the Florida Senate gave its final approval to the Direct Primary Care Access Bill (House Bill 37) sponsored by Rep. Danny Burgess (R-San Antonio). The bill, previously passed by the Florida House, now heads to the Governor for his consideration. If approved, the new law would allow chiropractic physicians, among other designated disciplines, to enter into direct agreements with employers to provide primary care services to employees as a benefit, or make an arrangement with a family to provide care for a monthly fee affordable to the family or an individual.
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