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4/30/2020 to 5/31/2020
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Malpractice Defense in the time of COVID-19

Presented by Mandi Karvis & Michael Regnier

Malpractice defense attorneys Mandi J Karvis of Wicker Smith and Michael W. Regnier of Eastman & Smith will discuss a variety of topics related to liability in the time of COVID-19, including:

• Standards of Care
• Telehealth
• Patient Abandonment
• Informed Consent
• Infection Liability
• And more

Aired April 23, 2020

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9 Marketing Tips for Your Practice During COVID-19

By Ali Nikoopour.   Sponsored by ChiroMatrix.


Ali Nikoopour, ChiroMatrix Sr. Business Development Manager, has over 6 years of Chiropractic sales, marketing, and leadership experience, which he utilizes to help thousands of chiropractors get new patients and become leaders in their local market. His expertise includes online marketing principles, advanced search engine optimization, and paid search strategies.


Aired April 21, 2020

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Medicare Providers & COVID-19 - FREE WEBINAR

This webinar will clarify the stimulus monies for Medicare providers. Becky Walter, MCS-P will answer your questions about the Medicare Part B Providers Accelerated & Advance Payments and the CARES Act payments from HHS. This webinar REPLACES “Medicare Documentation: Episodes Can Make Sense” in order to address late-breaking issues. Free for all attendees.


Aired April 23, 2020

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Mental Health – Yours & Theirs: Help Yourself & Calm Your Patients

By Kerry Doyle, LICSW, RYT-200.  Sponsored by NCMIC.

During times of medical crisis, everyone turns to doctors… But who helps the helpers? This workshop will assist doctors with identification of their own self-care needs, provide stress management strategies for both them and their patients as well as provide tips on how to speak to patients to ease their COVID-19 concerns. Recognize and address your own fears, learn stress management and Self-care strategies, and receive resources and tips on how to ease patients’ worries

Kerry Doyle, LICSW, RYT-200 is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Southern California Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. Her practice experience includes both mental health and health clinical social work in the hospital, school, and private practice settings. As a wellness trainer for a national employee assistance program, Kerry provided workshops on stress management, emotional intelligence, leadership, and yoga. Her professional interests also include the study of trauma-sensitive mindfulness, compassion fatigue, and trauma responsive outcomes. She received her undergraduate degree from Brown University and her Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University. She is currently completing her Doctorate in Clinical Social Work at the University of Pennsylvania.

Aired Monday, April 13, 2020
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Telehealth 201: Making it work in chiropractic practice

By Dr. Scott Munsterman, Best Practices Academy.


Telehealth is quickly becoming the mantra during COVID-19 – but how does it work for chiropractic clinicians?

Now is not a time for guess work. It is important that doctors of chiropractic understand how to perform telehealth in a way that is compliant at both the state and federal levels, as well as understand practically, how it can be performed in their practice.

Join compliance expert, Dr. Scott Munsterman of ChiroArmor, to learn how doctors of chiropractic can deliver clinical services via telehealth now and into the future.

Do NOT let the desire to bill for a telehealth visit turn into a board complaint or malpractice claim. Understand how to perform this service correctly and practically.  
Join us as we address these questions and more:
1. Am I allowed to perform telehealth services?  Understand your state law and health plan benefits.
2. What services can be provided? Develop your telehealth services within coding requirements.
3. How does it work? Step by Step of Compliant Protocols & Workflow Scenarios.
4. How do I properly code & bill for telehealth services?
5. How do I properly document a telehealth visit?
6. How do I protect myself and my practice?
7. Tips for Reimbursement

Aired Wednesday, April 8, 2020
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On the Other Side of Chaos

By Dr. Alan Bergquist.  Sponsored by ChiroHealthUSA.

Join six of the top chiropractic business consultants as they discuss how to navigate the challenges we all face personally and professionally.

  • Recreating Your Vision: Learn how to maintain a “future orientation” on a new vision for the future on the far side of the current challenges
  • Strategic Navigation: Thinking strategically, rather than reactively as you navigate through the next several months
  • Leading Through Change: Discover methods to not only deal with the changes ahead but also LEAD others through them as well (at home and at work)

Dr. Larry Markson, Dr. David Neubauer, Dr. Bart Anderson, Dr. Danny Drubin and others will help you to avoid getting stuck in the negativity and help you to look beyond.

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Aired Thursday, April 2, 2020

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Exposure to COVID-19 in the Practice: What Should I Do?

By Scott Munsterman, DC, FICC, CPCO.  Sponsored by ChiroHealthUSA.

  • What is required of my practice when a patient has a positive screening or test for COVID-19?
  • How should I respond if a patient has been determined to have COVID-19 and has been to my office?
  • What are the levels of risk I need to be aware of COVID-19 spreads?

Aired Wednesday, April 1, 2020
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Telehealth 101: Strategies for Providing Care When Hands-on Treatment is Not an Option

By Brandon Steele, DC, DACO; Sponsored by ChiroUp and the UVCA.

COVID-19 has quickly and dramatically altered the healthcare landscape.

  • Many chiropractors are losing the ability to provide hands-on care for their patients.
  • Elective in-office visits are evaporating along with the associated revenue. 

However, this is not the time for providers or patients to free-fall with a wait-and-see attitude.

Chiropractors can continue to deliver valuable services to home bound patients via telehealth – but this brings with it new questions, concerns and confusion.

In this webinar, Dr. Steele presents the essentials of telehealth. It includes a detailed, low-cost 8-step process for continuing to provide your patients with the best possible service in the current environment. (Bio:

Dr. Steele is joined by certified compliance specialist Becky Walter, MCS-P, to address Virginia-specific issues and concerns.

Aired Thursday, 3/31/2020

“Business Survival Kit”


Dr. Nathan Unruh (Sidecar), Dr. Ray Foxworth (ChiroHealthUSA), Mr. Bill Esteb (Perfect Patients), and Dr. Shahana Alibhai (a physician and expert in the field of managing stress and anxiety) are providing access to a webinar they did a few days ago to help the chiropractic profession through crisis and fallout from the corona virus.

  • The recording is available at no charge, along with the following materials, for the next 90 days.

·       The Crisis Survival Course, an online, interactive training program.

·       The Business Survival Kit, a download that includes action items for you and your staff.

·       The Key Performance Indicators guide to measure your business growth and effectiveness.

·       The Business Needs Analysis, an online questionnaire to help you focus on areas of strength and opportunities for improvement.

·       Additional resources from ChiroArmor.

  • According to several members of the UVCA Board of Directors, the webinar provides valuable insights as we navigate the current crisis.

To access:  Go to

Scroll down to “Business Survival Kit.”


Coronavirus Playbook


This playbook was created by Dr. Jay Greenstein and his team at Kaizenovate with you in mind, in response to the current COVID-19 outbreak. As a company, and people living through this just like you are, we are committed to providing our Tribe with as many tools and options as possible to navigate this turbulent time. Review and implement the contents below, which will provide you and your team with an extraordinary opportunity to differentiate your brand and create substantial impact to your community.

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COVID-19: What Employers Need to Know About the Families First Coronavirus Response Act


Presented by Joseph E. Gumina, Erica N. Reib, & Kelly S. Kuglitsch. 

On March 18, 2020, President Trump signed into law the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) that expands FMLA rights, including 10 weeks of paid FMLA leave and also provides eligible employees with up to 80 hours of paid sick leave who are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees’ entitlement to expanded FMLA rights and paid sick leave goes into effect on April 2, 2020, and applies to all employers employing fewer than 500 employees. This means that even small employers, those with fewer than 50 employees, who never had to comply with the FMLA will now be required to provide expanded FMLA leave entitlement as well as paid sick leave to their eligible employees.

Join the employment law team from the law firm of O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. as they discuss what businesses need to know about the newly expanded employment rights for employees impacted by COVID-19.

The presentation will discuss:

  • HR Policies that Address the Impact of COVID-19 in the Workplace
  • Compliance Issues for the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Compliance Issues for Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act
  • Potential Errors Employers Can Make in Group Health Plan Administration Relative to Expanded FMLA Rights
  • Key Provisions in the CARES Act to Increase Access to 401(k) Plan Loans and Hardship Distributions
  • Tax Credits for Providing Expanded FMLA Paid Leave or Emergency Paid Sick Leave

Aired Friday, 3/27/2020

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Strategy for Your COVID-19 Response


Dr. Scott Munsterman helps you to deploy an action plan for the COVID-19 response and layout a strategy for building your clinical business.

  • Create a safe clinical environment during COVID-19.
  • Use telehealth to maintain continuity care with established patients & learn how to code/bill for this service.
  • COVID-19 Public Health effort - Outreach to your patient base to inform and check in on them.

Join us on this strategic webinar as we focus on building your practice during the Coronavirus Pandemic. It is natural to be fearful of the unknown, wondering how much of a financial hit this will take on the business and your personal life. The day to day stress of waiting it out can become overwhelming. But now is the time to focus on one thing: building and retooling your clinical business to not just survive but thrive as we pull through this temporary time of crisis.

Aired Thursday, 3/26/2020

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COVID-19 "Filling the Financial Gap" for DC's thru the SBA Disaster Assistance Program


By Don Rasmussen, president of UVCA Supporting Supplier Quartermaster Tax Management Services.

The webinar consists of two parts:

1.  Information about the SBA relief, how these loans are different than conventional SBA loans, and how to apply for loans yourself.

2.    If you want assistance in applying, how Quartermaster can help, the reduced pricing they’re giving to try to help out right now, etc.

Bottomline:  APPLY FOR THE SBA LOAN NOW, even if you’re not yet 100% sure you need it.

Aired Friday, 4/3/2020To access:








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