Dynamic Chiropractic - July 31, 1992, Volume 10, Issue 16

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Health Fraud Enforcement

State and federal law enforcement investigations into health related fraud are becoming more prevalent and sophisticated.

James Harrison, the ICA's general counsel looks at this growing phenomenon.

ACA Files Court Brief for Hospital Privileges

The ACA and Counsel George McAndrews petitioned the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit to review conflicting court decisions that are at odds with North Carolina statutes. The state has legislated access for chiropractic in any public hospital in North Carolina, but the Fourth Circuit has failed to acknowledge the state laws in this regard. As a result, chiropractic access to public hospitals in North Carolina is still being circumvented.

1984 Louisiana Insurance Equity Case Finally Concludes

The Chiropractic Association of Louisiana prevailed in its efforts for reimbursement for chiropractic services at the rate specified in the State Employees Group Benefits Program provided by other physicians.

The Louisiana Supreme Court denied the state's application for a new hearing.

FCER's Patient Appreciation Day

During October (spinal health month) each year, the Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research (FCER) holds a Patient Appreciation Day Program. Last Year, $16,000 was raised for research.

Death Valley Trot

Okay, say you need some exercise but marathons just aren't challenging anymore. You'd like to run from San Francisco to New York, but you just don't have the time. Well, you masochists, we have just what your looking for. Why not run/walk/stumble from Death Valley (282' below sea level) to the top of Mt. Whitney (14,494') and back again (292 miles) in mid-summer heat of 130o? Ha! No? Well, two earthlings will do just that beginning July 20; in fact, they did it back in 1989 (don't ask). Of course a chiropractor will be there with adjustments, monitoring of vital signs, and nutritional advice.