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BREAKING NEWS 06/13/12: ADOI Director Urias resigns effective 06/13/12, possible replacements unknown at this time. Policies may or may not change with new Director.


BREAKING NEWS 06/06/12: ACS provides report from 06/06/12 hearing before Arizona Court of Appeals in ADOI insurance equality lawsuit.


BREAKING NEWS 05/17/12: Chairperson Dianne Haydon, DC resigns from Arizona Chiropractic Board and replaced by former AAC President Richard Guarino, DC, highlighting incestuous relationship between Board and AAC. 


BREAKING NEWS 04/18/12: ACS  releases nine necessary documents and practice tools that you need today. Check out all 60 vital documents on Member Benefits Page.


BREAKING NEWS 03/17/12: Dangerous PI bills dead for legislative session. No more threat that you will not be able to file liens and have to accept health insurance as payment in full in PI cases. No evidence of collateral source of payment will be introduced in court thus reducing jury awards and amount of settlement available to pay your bills. Another great ACS victory!


BREAKING NEWS 02/24/12: Plaintiffs' file Reply Brief with Court of Appeals in ADOI lawsuit. Click here to read entire brief and see why victory is inevitable. This lawsuit is the only path to insurance equality in Arizona. Join ACS now and support this lawsuit or risk losing your practice.


BREAKING NEWS 02/07/12: Senator Gray kills SB 1250 Health Insurance; Interstate Purchase, dangerous bill for chiropractic profession.


BREAKING NEWS 12/22/11: ACS releases 2 minute killer video that tells whole story about BCBS, ADOI and ASH. Distribute widely!


BREAKING NEWS 09/10/11: ACS hires powerful Rose Law Group as lobbying firm to protect profession at state legislature.


BREAKING NEWS 08/02/11: ACS members are NOT paying back insurance refund demands. Learn why by calling ACS.


The ACS Home Page: Constantly updated with breaking news, click here:


MedicoLegal Services: Find the best resources for winning PI cases with special emphasis on low speed impact cases at


ACS Store: Sample reports to rebut IME reports from MDs and DCs, and reports from defense biomechanical engineers and accident reconstructionists, plus literature reviews on forces involved in accidents, the threshold of injury, and much more. Click on    


Member Benefits and Practice Solutions: How to handle claims denials, a blueprint for developing referrals from MDs, all about record keeping and documentation, key PI practice tools, and much more. Click here to go to the Member Benefits and Practice Solutions Page. 


LIVE Help Line: (602) 368-9496. Call now for LIVE HELP from Dr. Alan Immerman, a veteran DC with 32 years of experience.


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 ACS offers the only health plan you will find that covers all your pre-existing conditions after a one year waiting period. Deductibles $3,000 or $5,000. Insurer is CIGNA of Arizona. Rates are competitive. PPO or HMO. Best plan available for independent businesses in Arizona for many years. Life, dental and vision also available. 




The many documents under this heading provide you with ammunition to defend your fee structure as usual and customary, how to file medical necessity appeals using all Arizona laws, how to file complaints with the Arizona Department of Insurance, how to file Small Claims Court Lawsuits, how to handle post payment audit review and refund demands, and a great solution for your cash practice called Chiropractic Lifecare of America (CLA). 




ERISA governs all health insurance plans that your patients get from their employers so it is really important that you understand all of your rights under this law. We have put it all together in seven key documents including the most important provisions of the law and sample ERISA appeal letters. Everything you need for ERISA is right here.




A chiropractor who formerly was a drug rep has put together a brilliant blueprint for how to meld your practice life with MDs. We provide the reference to her webpage and book. This is simply the best material on the subject out there today.




Teaching compliance with record keeping and documentation in Arizona has always been a paramount goal for ACS, and so we have assembled a packet of information that is the most comprehensive available. Read the fruits of ACS' investigation along with an outline of the course on record keeping given by the lead Board auditor, full course notes of a lecture on the subject by a former Board chair, Medicare Noridian requirements, CMS rules for reporting timed codes, and eleven key office forms to use to streamline your operations and documentation. 




The Chiropractic Board requires you have a Medical Record Protocol on file and ACS supplies it here. We also teach you how to search the National Library of Medicine and retrieve articles from a medical library. In this section is a limited power of attorney form directing payments to the doctor when insurers other than BCBS deny assignments of benefits. Also, don't miss reading the great article about state boards and disciplinary actions.




Personal injury tools include the Arizona Bar Ethics Opinion that requires attorneys to pay your bill if they know it exists. We also have a position paper you can use to defend yourself when attorneys want you to pay 1/3rd of the collection costs, and when they want you to accept what the health insurance company has paid as payment in full, i.e., no balance billing. This section also includes all forms needed file County Health Care Liens, a Circular Letter from the Department of Insurance mandating fair investigations of low speed impact automobile accidents which can be used to combat insurance company fraud, and three invaluable forms for your PI practice.




ACS has developed new lien forms that will force insurance companies to send checks directly to you even when the deny assignments of benefits. BCBS has initially refused to honor these new liens and so we expect to have to litigate to force them to do so. We intend to litigate to gain enforcement of our new liens, and have initiated a fundraising campaign for the lawsuit. No other health insurer has yet reacted to the new liens.


The liens will also work in PI cases and in fact give the provider more rights than County Health Care Liens. We still recommend filing County Health Care Liens, but these liens cannot be filed in UM, UIM or medpay cases and so the new ACS lien is the only lien that can be filed in such cases. It is highly recommended that the ACS lien be filed in these cases. These liens are a very special new member benefit for ACS members.




ACS has developed a Position Paper documenting how your chiropractic education has provided you the foundation to be a courtroom expert in clinical biomechanics today. It is available to all members.




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Alan M. Immerman, D.C., ACS President and Executive Director
Alan M. Immerman, D.C., ACS President and Executive Director



           In a letter to the Governor which you can read by clicking here, ADOI Director Christine Urias has resigned from her position effective 06/30/12. Possible replacements are unknown at this time, as are possible changes in policy that might occur with a new Director.


            Director Urias implemented the policy of non-enforcement of the chiropractic insurance equality law at the director of then-Governor Napolitano who appointed her to the position. It is believed that the former Governor's close relationship with long-term BCBSAZ Board of Director's Chairman Robert Bulla led her to order ADOI not to enforce the chiropractic law. 


            ACS thoroughly researched the relationship between Gov. Napolitano and Robert Bulla and found they were close working partners on many levels of government. To read the entire research report, click on this link,-issues-and-litigation.php and scroll down to #9. ADOI's non-enforcement of the law required ACS to fund ongoing litigation to require enforcement. This lawsuit was just heard in the Arizona Court of Appeals and a ruling is expected within 1-3 months.


             ACS will report news of the Governor's new appointment for a new ADOI Director as soon as it is announced. This appointment will have to be confirmed by the State Senate after public hearings. These hearings will give ACS a full opportunity to air its complaints about ADOI's conduct over the past few years. You can be absolutely certain we will be present and extremely vocal. 


Alan M. Immerman, D.C. 


           I preface this report with the observation that after testifying in 68 trials, I have learned it is impossible to predict the outcome from listening to the testimony. Therefore, even after listening to the oral arguments today, there is no way I can predict the outcome. Nevertheless, here are my impressions.


           The three judge panel pressed both attorneys equally hard with difficult and penetrating questions. One key issue is the fact that ADOI filed a motion to dismiss and not a motion for summary judgment. This means ADOI acknowledged as true all of the allegations we made against BCBSAZ and ASH regarding illegal copay structure, illegal preauthorizations, limitations on number of visits, etc. This fact obviously troubled the judges.


           On the other hand, the judges were not particularly friendly to the general idea of ordering a state agency director to act. As one said, if a prosecutor decides not to prosecute a particular case, should a court then intervene and order the prosecutor to act and override his discretion? The judges thought not.


            Our attorney responded and stated that we are not trying to tell the ADOI Director how to act. We just cannot accept a complete lack of action. Because ADOI did not defend its lack of action with a motion for summary judgment, the Court of Appeals may send the case back to Superior Court to force ADOI to more clearly explain its actions, thus keeping the lawsuit alive.


            My guess is that the Court will not accept ADOI's motion to dismiss and will send the case back to Superior Court for further action. The work we will have to do there, however, will be difficult. No one said this lawsuit would be easy but we will keep fighting it. A decision from the Court is expected in 1-3 months and we will inform you immediately when it is rendered.


            In the meantime, we have two other litigation approaches moving forward. One is the bad faith insurance lawsuits directly against BCBSAZ for failure to cover all medically necessary care. The second is the requirement by all health insurers for patients to pay any copayments. Our law states insurers may require coinsurance and deductibles but it is silent on copayments. We copied our law from the Wisconsin law and a Wisconsin law firm currently has litigation in progress over this exact issue. This law firm will work with Attorney Steve Ryan to file the same lawsuit in Arizona and hopefully eliminate all copays for chiropractic in Arizona.


           We are also planning a legislative solution to our problem. Ultimately, whether we win or lose the ADOI lawsuit, we will still have to count on ADOI to enforce the law. Clearly, ADOI does not want to enforce our law. Therefore, we intend to ask the Legislature to remove the prohibition for citizens to enforce the law, thus allowing you and your patients to take legal action when there are violations.


            To win a legislative campaign, we need volunteers to work with legislators on a local level. There are 30 legislative districts statewide and so we need only 30 doctors to volunteer to work with 1 senator and 2 representatives each. This is not hard or time-intensive work. Email or call me if you are willing to do this work and I will tell you exactly what you need to do. We need to do this work starting immediately since we are in the middle of election season. This is mandatory work if you want insurance equality. I look forward to hearing from you.


            In this world of uncertainty one thing is absolutely certain: ACS will never give up until we achieve complete insurance equality, one way or the other. That has been our key mission since our founding in 1991 and remains so to this day. We will win, the only question is when.



          ACS has just learned that Arizona Chiropractic Board Chairperson Dianne Haydon, D.C. has resigned from the Board. The Governor filled her seat with former AAC President Richard Guarino, thus highlighting the incestuous relationship between the AAC and the Board. Over the many years that ACS has worked to reign in the abuses of the Board, the AAC has never once criticized the Board for even one single action it has taken. Board members are always selected from the ranks of AAC leaders and then, once they finish service there, they return to AAC leadership in a game of musical chairs. Only ACS is independent of the Board and free to do whatever is necessary to protect Arizona chiropractic from abuse by the Board.


           We have had our disagreements with Dr. Guarino in the past, but the fact is that Dr. Haydon's resignation and replacement with Dr. Guarino is a great day for the entire profession. Dr. Haydon was always very sympathetic to the insurance industry having had a long history of performing insurance claims reviews and defense IMEs. Dr. Guarino is a typical treating chiropractic far more sympathetic to the average chiropractor in practice. He will be far more fair to doctors than was Dr. Haydon. Therefore, this truly is a great victory for the profession. We wish Dr. Haydon a long and happy life at her home in Mohave County no longer doing the insurance industry's bidding on the Chiropractic Board. ACS will continue to monitor the Board as always, but with Dr. Haydon gone there will be much less trouble coming from the Board.






          ACS has released new practice tools and documents to help you with the problems we are hearing about the most from our members. Here is the list with the documents posted live online at


8.1 -- Workers Comp - Procedure to Deal with Workers Comp Medical Necessity Denials.pdf: Here are full instructions for how to file an appeal and go to the Administrative Hearing level when a workers' comp carrier denies further care based on medical necessity, usually following an adverse IME.


10.1 - Small Claims and Civil Suits Instructions Simplified.pdf: One counter argument from insurance company lawyers is that any dispute over medical necessity is governed by the federal law ERISA and so belongs in Federal Court, not State Court, and so the lawyer may file a motion to remove the case to Federal Court. Here is your counter letter: Why ERISA Does Not Apply to this Medical Necessity Dispute. You will need to cite the ERISA Savings Clause which states that state insurance laws apply to ERISA plans and include it with you letter.

12 -- ERISA Claims Procedure DOL Rule 29 CFR 2560.503-1.pdf: Key full section of the law which you need to know to get results with your appeals. Here is the key clause with the language to use in every appeal: ERISA Key Clause -- ERISA Claims Procedure 29 CFR 2560.503-1

25 -- Great Sources of Information for Billing, Coding and Documentation.pdf: With these resources, you likely won't need to take a course because the books and webinars are so thorough and accurate. Plus, we have found materials priced quite fairly.  

29a -- What To Do When You Receive First Notice of a Complaint from the Arizona Chiropractic Board: Don't panic! Read this blueprint, follow the steps and it will likely turn out much better than you think.

29.1 -- Medicare Advance Beneficiary Notice of Noncoverage ABN: Medicare's most comprehensive statement on the subject. 

30.1 -- PI -- Letter to Get Attorney to Release Settlement Monies He Has in Hand.pdf: This is the letter to use when you have billed medpay or a PI case has settled and the attorney has the money in hand but refuses to disburse the funds and pay your bills. 

31.1 -- LaBombard Case: Sample letter to send to an attorney who cites this case as a basis for demanding that you pay 1/3rd of your medical bill for legal fees. The Illinois Supreme Court just ruled in favor of providers and against attorneys in a case which you should print and send in as support of your LaBombard letter. Click here for a copy: No common fund fee recovery for health care liens -- IL Bar Association.




          Firefighters from across the Valley are lining up to file insurance bad faith punitive damage lawsuits against BCBSAZ for having their chiropractic care cut off prematurely when additional care was clearly medically necessary. The most active single group is the Phoenix Firefighters. The bad faith attorney recommended by ACS and chosen by the firefighters to handle the cases is 30 year veteran plaintiffs' insurance lawyer Steve Ryan. The list of huge cases he has won against insurance companies with very large awards can be found on his webpage along with his complete biography at 
          All city, county and state employees insured by BCBSAZ can sue for punitive damages if they have been cheated by BCBSAZ, just like individual policyholders. Their rights have been preserved to file insurance bad faith punitive damage lawsuits. The firefighters did not know of these rights until informed by Dr. Immerman who then connected them to Mr. Ryan. Now the ball is rolling. 
          If you have any governmental employees who have had medically necessary care denied by ASH, refer them to Attorney Steve Ryan immediately for a free consultation. His phone number is 480-661-3977. 



     The two dangerous PI bills introduced this year, HB 2546 and HB 2547, have failed to make it through the legislative process in time to meet key deadlines and so are dead for this year. This means you are no longer threatened with being forced to accept health insurance payments as payment in full in PI cases. You will still be able to file County Health Care Liens against third party payers to collect your full bill. Also, defendants will still be prohibited from telling juries that the plaintiff's medical bills have been partially or fully paid by health insurance or medpay which would have reduced jury awards and thus the amount of money available to pay your final bill. ACS, together with a powerful coalition, convinced sufficient numbers of legislators that these bills should not become law and we prevailed in the end. This is great news for the chiropractic profession. Earlier in the session, ACS killed the only other bill that could have hurt the profession, SB 1250, which would have permitted out of state insurers to sell their policies in Arizona, which in turn would have allowed Arizona health insurers to drop their chiropractic coverage. We are batting 100% for 2012 at the Legislature. Now all that remains is for us to win our lawsuit against ADOI and 2012 will be a banner year for chiropractic. We fully expect to win this lawsuit and restore full health insurance coverage for chiropractic.


     A word to the wise: Join ACS now or risk losing your practice. We have never been under such fierce assault and your only hope is a strong and well funded association. Do it today, not tomorrow If you are already a member, commit to recruiting a new member immediately and also raise your dues contribution by $25 per month. Let's rack up more victories in 2012. We are on a roll.


An Editorial by Alan M. Immerman, D.C., ACS President 


     Our only hope is litigation to restore insurance equality in Arizona. The Arizona Department of Insurance has refused to enforce our insurance equality law which is why we have sued them. The Governor's Office and the Attorney General's Office have both turned a blind eye towards blatant lawbreaking by insurance companies. Legislation to solve the problem was killed by the insurance industry without receiving even one committee hearing. The only place insurance company money is not in control in Arizona is the Arizona Court of Appeals and Arizona Supreme Court. Therefore, that's where ACS has gone for justice.


     Litigation is expensive. We have the facts on our side but will only win if we can continue to pay attorneys' fees. Unfortunately, with ASH in control of the purse strings, almost no dollars are flowing to doctors which makes it difficult for some to pay association dues. This creates the ultimate Catch-22: Will doctors be able to pay dues long enough to finish and win the lawsuit?


     The future is in your hands, doctor. Clearly, litigation is the only way. We are firmly in the middle of the war in the Court of Appeals. A final decision will come this year. You have two choices: Fund this lawsuit with ACS dues or live forever under the ASH regimen imposed on you this year. Fortunately, there are still hundreds of doctors paying dues to ACS and so we can still pay all legal fees and costs, but it is getting tighter as ASH tightens the noose around doctors' necks. Therefore, we call again for any doctors not already members to join immediately and support this most important of all possible causes. It's literally now or never. Also, current members are strongly urged to up their dues by $25 per month if at all possible. Notify ACS immediately if you can. This is the ultimate war for survival of chiropractic in Arizona as we have known it. We can and must win this lawsuit, but only will if we can keep funding it. That is in your hands to decide.


           On 02/29/12, a Tucson jury awarded a plaintiff $70,000 in medical bills, pain and suffering in a classic low speed impact case in which State Farm brought in their top Arizona PhD biomechanical engineer. This engineer testified strenuously and at length that the forces were too minor to cause anything more than a minor injury with symptoms subsiding in a few days. Dr. Immerman rebutted each of his arguments with peer-reviewed journal studies and completely defeated every one, leading the jury to discard the engineer's conclusions. The case was Shamrock v. State Farm, CV 20091753, Pima County Superior Court. Whenever you hear uninformed attorneys say these cases cannot be won, tell them to look up this case and then call Dr. Immerman for a free consultation. This is far from the first time the defense has lost in a low speed impact cases. Plaintiff victories are now becoming routine. 



     You have a delightful surprise in store the next time you visit the ACS website at Prepare for a whole new look and ease of navigation. The website will just open up for your use like never before. Click on the link now and take a look. Members should be sure to look at the Member Benefits and Practice Resources Page and take advantage of all the resources found there. They are now extremely easy to access. We would appreciate any feedback you might have on our new look!




      Based on nearly unknown BCBS contract clauses, BCBS will not cover chiropractic care for correction of subluxations or relief of pain. BCBS will only cover chiropractic if it is expected to, and then does, produce functional gains that can be objectively measured. Almost no chiropractor is documenting patient function objectively and then looking for gains on a regular basis. This provides BCBS a basis to deny claims when files are audited. 


     Therefore, ACS has created a package of functional assessment tools for members to use to evaluate and document function thoroughly. There is a functional capacity questionnaire along with all of the actual 12 assessment tools recommended for use by BCBS. Completing the package are four full-text modern journal articles about functional capacity evaluations. All documents are available on the Member Benefits and Practice Resources Page. Scroll down to #24.2.


     You will also find the legal response of BCBS to a lawsuit filed by a doctor over a claims denial. In this response, BCBS explains its contract language and exactly what is covered and what is not, i.e., there is only coverage for care expected to improve function. The presence of this limited chiropractic coverage language in all BCBS contracts is the basis for one of the counts in the ADOI lawsuit. This limitation only applies to DCs, not to MDs and DOs, and so is a violation of the insurance equality law, ARS 20-461. MDs, for example, can treat patients for pain and get paid by BCBS even if their function continues to decline based on objective measurements. This is illegal discrimination that will end when we win our lawsuit.

Click here to read the ACS Four Point Plan for ASH, 3 of 4 parts of which are in action now. Learn the all-important information about how to file complaints which YOU MUST FILE NOW against ASH with the Attorney General (click here for AG complaint instructions) and with the Arizona Department of Insurance (click here for ADOI complaint instructions). Click here to read the newsletter on the entire subject.



     Litigation is expensive but without it there is no hope of restoring insurance equality. We know that right now your cash flow is decreased because of current tactics by insurance companies. The only hope of reversing the status quo is to gain enforcement of our excellent insurance equality law. The only way to accomplish this goal is to get a judge to order ADOI to enforce the law. This takes a lawsuit which means lawyers and money.


    Be smart and invest in this lawsuit to restore health insurance coverage for chiropractic. There are multiple ways to help. You can either join as a member or donate in any amount by clicking on the Become a Member Online or Donate Today Online! You will be directed to our online secure server for your transaction. Act today and safeguard your future. This lawsuit is literally your only hope. Even $25 to $50 per month donations are meaningful and there is no doctor in Arizona that cannot afford this amount. Everyone needs to participate in this effort in order for us to have a chance at winning. It's  now or never. This is truly D-Day for chiropractic in Arizona.