What is DABCI? The Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Internists is granted through the ACA Council on Diagnosis & Internal Disorders (CDID) and hones primary care skills, improving the DC’s ability to meet today’s challenges, treat the whole person and get into family practice. This program is designed specifically to promote DCs as true, alternative, primary care providers. The diverse educational knowledge and experienced clinical background of the course instructors will equip you to provide outstanding care in an ever-changing and dynamic health care setting. If you have enjoyed the primary care-focused classes at FCA conventions taught by Dr. William Kleber and want to learn more, then DABCI is for you.
(Tuesday, March 12, 2013 –
Tallahassee) Late yesterday, a select Senate committee formed to help
chart Florida’s course under the federal health care overhaul voted to
reject the idea of expanding the state’s Medicaid system. Though the
committee’s decision mirrors a prior one taken last week in the House,
the Senate panel suggested a slightly different tact: Accept the
federal funds to help low-income Floridians purchase private health
(Friday, March 8, 2013 – Tallahassee)
Following the traditional fanfare and wide assortment of speeches
marking their opening day for the 2013 Session on Tuesday of this week,
lawmakers got down to the nuts-and-bolts task of hearing and revising
proposed bills at the committee level. Much of the Legislature’s work,
particularly in the beginning weeks of the session, takes place at the
committee level. Each proposed bill is heard, public testimony is
offered, amendments are possibly adopted and final votes are taken, all
part of the arduous maze a proposed idea must successfully navigate
before it wins the right to a final hearing, debate and vote on the full
floor of each chamber.
Tallahassee - Yesterday marked the day Florida's newly-elected lawmakers bounded of the starting block on their annual trek of lawmaking and budgeting in the Capital City. Healthcare reform is already topping an otherwise busy agenda as Florida policy makers struggle with how Florida will best implement and fund the many new provisions of the federal government's recent overhaul of the nation's health care system best know as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
(From ACA Week In Review, February 23, 2013)On Wednesday, the
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released its
rule on essential benefit design – virtually reconfirming the
administration's initial policy that shifted determination of the
issue to the states.