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State Lawmakers Continue Prep for 2020 Session
Thursday, 14 November 2019
Tallahassee, Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019 – State legislators returned to the capitol the last two weeks, continuing committee work in preparation for their annual 60-day legislative session set to begin on January 14th. Individual member bills also continue to be filed daily and most committees are turning their attention to early hearings and consideration of many of the proposals. Following is a closer look at several bills of interest to the profession that saw committee action over the last two weeks.
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FCA Journal October/November/December 2019
Wednesday, 13 November 2019


- Meet Your Leaders

- Chiropractic, Laser, and the Law

- Intermittent Energy Restriction: Can Reducing Meal Frequency Lower Health Risk?

- Best Practices, the Clinical Compass, and the Sunshine State

- Florida’s New Human Trafficking Law Impacting Health Care Professionals – Who Is In Your Waiting Room?

- Expanding Your Pediatric Treatment

- From “Majoring in Muscles” to the VA, a look at this year’s Foxworth Family Scholarship Recipient, Robert Butler

- The National Recap

- Appropriate Use of Diagnostic Imaging

- The Power of Systems

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FCA Journal July/August/September 2019
Wednesday, 13 November 2019


- It’s a wrap: Your 2019 Legislative scorecard

- Peer Reviewed Research & 5 Most Commonly Asked Questions

- Know your ABCD’s of the New Era in Healthcare

- Pediatric Documentation: How To Get The Insurance To Pay!

- HIPAA Business Associate Agreements You Really Need To Pay Attention To What You Are Signing

- The National

- Navigating a DICOM Viewer

- Your True Key to Success!

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Toolkit: National Chiropractic Health Month
Tuesday, 29 October 2019
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(From an ACA Release) As National Chiropractic Health Month (NCHM) comes to a close, we encourage you take a look at the toolkit created by ACA. These resources can be used year-round to promote our profession.


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Chiropractic Care for Back Pain Tied to Lower Odds of Opioid Use
Tuesday, 29 October 2019

People with chronic back and neck pain who receive chiropractic care may be less likely to use opioid painkillers, a research review suggests.

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