March 1, 2016

From the Director's Desk

From the Director's Desk

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KMC University’s Kathy Mills Chang named Person of the Year at Parker Seminars Las Vegas

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Dr. Alicia Yochum Announced 2016 WCWC Woman of the Year

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From the Director's Desk

From the Director's Desk

It's March, and things are already heating up. This month, we hit the ground running, looking at a key element to practice success, “overhead.” Dr. Peter Fernandez is no newcomer to chiropractic practice building, as he’s written 20 books on the topic, and penned over 200 articles.

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news

KMC University’s Kathy Mills Chang named Person of the Year at Parker Seminars Las Vegas

Parker Seminars honored KMC University CEO and founder Kathy Mills Chang as its Person of the Year during Parker Seminars Las Vegas. The annual Las Vegas event is where Parker Seminars presents its prestigious Chiropractor, Chiropractic Assistant, and Student of the Year Awards.

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Dr. Alicia Yochum Announced 2016 WCWC Woman of the Year

Dr. Alicia M. Yochum successfully passed her Radiology Board examination and received her certificate in October 2015, becoming the FIRST second generation DACBR in the history of chiropractic. She practiced as an intensive care unit nurse for one year before matriculating to Logan Chiropractic College.

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What's Hot

The Action Steps Needed to Combat a High Deductible Environment

Coral Springs, FLInselmancoaching a premier Chiropractic Business Management Company announced today that it will be offering a free E-Book The Action Steps needed to Combat a High Deductible Environment. The free book will allow practitioners to learn easy to implement steps that will allow them to thrive even in the face of soaring deductibles.

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Practice Management

Starting a Low-Overhead Practice

Today it’s four to five times harder to start a practice than in years past. Here’s why: the majority of people have HMO or PPO insurance, and these insurance companies have closed their doctor panels. Therefore, new practitioners can’t get into the insurance panels and have to survive on patients who don’t have insurance— cash patients.

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INTERVIEW

Palmer College A Conversation with Port Orange Campus President, Dr. Peter Martin

As many of you already know, I am a 1967 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. Even after almost five decades, my time at Palmer remains one of my fondest memories. It was a life-changing experience, and I feel privileged and proud to be a Palmer graduate.

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FEATURE

Chiropractic’s Mechanism in Pain Modulation and the Connection to Systemic Diseases

For more than a century, chiropractors have been called “quacks” and “charlatans” for reporting what they have observed in their patients as a result of their care. Chiropractors have witnessed the disappearance of many maladies, including cancers, eczema, infertility, high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis, emotional disturbances, and more.

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SOFTWARE

SaaS Is Dead. Welcome to PaaS.

Cloud-based software for private practice owners is a dying technology thanks to huge companies such as Oracle and Amazon. The truth is that it’s been a long time coming. In technology terms, you generally see tech go in and out of fashion faster than clothing.

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BILLING

Should I Bill For Laser Therapy?

The single most frequently asked question about lasers involves insurance payments. Numerous studies indicate that laser therapy is effective for pain, inflammation, and tissue repair. Despite the body of research, some insurance companies do not pay for laser therapy.

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Practice Management

When They Know Why, They’ll Comply!

When a practice begins fine-tuning the processes of compliant billing, effective documentation, and meaningful clarity of definitions, such as medical necessity, those changes may seem overwhelming, especially as you, the doctor, communicate them to patients.

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