October 1, 2011

President of David Singer Enterprises Interview with Dr. David Singer

What do Insurance Companies Really Want From Me?

Genetics, Diet, and Ankylosing Spondylitis


President of David Singer Enterprises Interview with Dr. David Singer

D r. Singer received his undergraduate degree from Rutger's University, his M.S. degree in nutrition from the University of Bridgeport, and his Doctorate from the New York Col­lege of Chiropractic. Graduating with honors as the salutatorian of his c


What do Insurance Companies Really Want From Me?

Do you ever sit at your desk, look around at the stacks of re­quests, letters, and charts and ask yourself, "What do insurance companies really want from me, anyway?" The volume of new regulations and rules are raining down at a fast and furious pac


Genetics, Diet, and Ankylosing Spondylitis

S ome health problems are purely genetic. Others have nothing to do with genetics but are purely the result of environmental influences, such as diet, infection, or trauma. Then, there are many conditions in which some genetic predisposition interac


Multidisciplinary Practices Require Keen Compliance Tactics

Many healthcare providers have begun to recognize the po­tential benefits — in patient care and in practice growth — that can be obtained when MDs. DOs, DCs and PTs work together. By working together all participants add valuable expertise to their


The Power of Software Automation

by Michael Failla, D.C. P aperwork. Administration. Billing. Employees. Supplies. Collection. Equipment. SOAP notes. Insurance claims. Le­gal issues. These are the realities of a chiropractic practice, and we haven't even discussed the adjustment. D


What Practice Structure Suits You Best?

If you are considering a solo practice, a partnership, incorporating, etc. ponder these points before you plunge in. Solo practitioner (no Incorporation) This type of practice structure is when a doctor is not incorpo­rated. In this case, the doctor


The Pressure of Technology

D on't you think life is going too fast? Do you feel you need more free time for yourself? Do you have some financial pressure? Do you feel the pressure of evolution? If you have answered "Yes" to any one of these questions, let me tell you that you


Doing the Right Thing the Wrong Way Can Cost You! Yes, I know. Sounds strange doesn't it?

S trange as it sounds, it is far too familiar to those of us who work with doctors on a daily basis to help improve their documentation, billing, coding and collections. We see examples of doing the right thing the wrong way every day in chiropracti


Local SEO Basics for Chiropractors

I f your practice does not show up in search engines for relevant queries, you are invisible and another chiropractor will gain a new patient. If you want your business to rank higher in Google, you need to get smart about local search engine optimi


Chiropractic Growth vs. Attrition: Current Trends and a History Lesson

F oreman and Stahl wrote in Chiropractic and Oste­opathy in 2010 that, due to a myriad of reasons, the 10 year attrition rate of chiropractic in California rose from 10% for graduates licensed in 1970 to 20-25% for those licensed between 1992 and 19

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