The long-awaited second COVID-19 recovery package was signed into law December 27, 2020 and includes a second and more targeted round of PPP funding for small businesses. The new law also makes several business-friendly tax changes and extends some of the tax credits from the first recovery package. As a member of NFIB (National Federation of Independent Business) Florida, the FCA receives excellent resources on PPP, including helpful webinars, forms and links, along with a gracious invitation to share them with you. Here's the latest:
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- Creating Waves of Change for Chiropractic and Our Military
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- Positive Energy Breeds Powerful, Positive Results
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September welcomes National Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month. The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress has put together a full-scale marketing plan to effectively market drug-free chiropractic care as a safe, effective, first-line approach to manage pain. Resources include ready-to-share social media postings and infographics, proclamation requests and instructions on how to implement these tools in your local community. Your ability to market chiropractic at the ground-level will help to generate increased public education and utilization of chiropractic care as the primary option to manage pain prior to utilization of prescription and over-the-counter pain relievers.
San Jose, CA. – August 5, 2020 – The majority of Americans in Generation Z, ages 18 to 24, reported they first experienced chronic neck, shoulder or back pain when they were younger than age 16, according to survey results released today from the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the value of chiropractic care. Results also show Americans ages 18 to 24 embrace non-conventional pain management methods based on perceived effectiveness over cost and convenience.
- When You Speak, the FCA Listens
- Governor Turns Attention to Budget, New Laws
- A Key Focus for Your Practice: Athletes
- Stay Positive & Bounce Back with a Vengeance
- How the Coronavirus Infects Human Cells
- Can an Accident Save a Life?
From a risk management perspective and for the health and safety of you, your staff, and your patients, it is a good idea to question those coming into your offices to minimize the potential for the spread of COVID-19. Read on for a sample form your patients can review and complete prior to entering your office or prior to receiving treatment. Maintaining signed copies in your patient files is just one additional step you take as a safety precaution against the spread of COVID in your office.
DC’s and other specified health care providers will no longer be required to have a Home Medical Equipment (HME) license to sell, rent or distribute TENS units under a bill signed into law by Gov. Ron DeSantis earlier this week, on June 23rd. The legislative initiative was introduced at the request of the FCA and passed both the full House and Senate earlier this year during the Legislature’s 2020 Session, taking effect on July 1, 2020.
It has been many years since the FCA By-Laws were thoroughly reviewed. The By-Laws Committee worked with the FCA Board of Directors, staff and Counsel to update them, making them more reflective of the way that business is conducted in modern times. These proposed updated By-Laws are posted here for member access. The changes will be considered for final adoption by the FCA Board of Directors at its upcoming July 16th meeting.
- Washington Lobbying Report-2020
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act: What It Means to Your Office
- What’s Next for Your Practice During This Time of Uncertainty?
- Top 10 topics your pregnant patient may want to discuss – Part 2
- Benefits of High Power Laser Therapy in Treating Knee OA
- Chest Radiology: It’s About Time