Arizona Chiropractic Society -
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March, 2015
Issue No. 1503
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At press time, the ACS bills had stalled in the State Senate. The first bill, SB 1454, would lower copays for chiropractic care from specialist to PCP levels. It had been assigned to two committees for hearing when abruptly the Senate President withdrew the bills from both committees thus barring hearings. Then the deadline for hearing bills in the Senate expired and so the bills could not be heard in the Senate. It is not known why the Senate President withdrew the bills from the committees but speculation is pressure from the insurance industry.


The second bill, SB 1075, would require the Arizona Department of Insurance (ADOI) to take enforcement action whenever there is a violation of the insurance equality law. It would also require that fees paid to chiropractors be the same as they are to MDs and DOs for the same service. This bill would also modify the insurance equality law so that chiropractors could no longer be singled out for utilization review.


Because this bill would affect one of the Governor's agencies, the Senate President wanted to see how the Governor felt about the bill before allowing a hearing in the Senate. Therefore, we had a meeting with the Governor's staff to discuss the matter. They indicated that they would need to meet with the Department of Insurance to get their input and that meeting has not yet happened. In the meantime, the deadline to hear bills in the Senate expired.


For both bills, efforts are being made to revive them on many fronts, especially in the House of Representatives. Both bills are far from dead. If we can get final word from the Governor's office on their position on SB 1075, we should be able to get that bill moving. If we can find a "vehicle" bill to put the language of SB 1454 on in the House, we should be able to get that bill moving as well.


No bill is ever truly dead until the Legislature adjourns and that will not happen until May or June. We will be looking for every possible opportunity to move our bills until that time. Stay tuned for developments.








Rosalind Canham, DC

50, 60, 75, 80 percent - What is the non-verbal component of language?  Studies vary.  Peoples vary Europeans tend to actively use their fingers, hands, arms, eye brows and shoulders to emphasize their point.  Some cultures like the Navajo speak with little or no inflection, and wit little body movement.  It is easy to see the words alone are often not enough to carry the whole message.  We have been many television series that have the main character adept at "reading between the lines" so to speak.  One could learn this skill to become an equally amazing listener.  However most of us just don't have the time, so listed below are five basics to assist you to become a better listener.

  • Be in the moment.  You can't do even two things well at the same time.  Pay strict attention to your patient as they attempt to tell you what is wrong.  Many will be swayed by the latest diagnosis their friend got.  Some will try to belittle the reality of their pain due to fear.  You can identify many untruths like these by the tempo and volume of their words.  In general, "stories" are told well, usually rehearsed.  Fear very often makes a person wary, quieter and uneasy.
  • Be quiet.  Your actions can and often will affect your patient's ability to speak about their personal problem(s).  If you are fiddling with a pen, making notes, tapping your foot, tec. The message sent is "I'm busy.  Let's get on with it.  I know how to treat you.  What you're telling me is not important."  It may be very relevant.  If you pay closer attention a hesitation or a shift from an uncomfortable position can be the clue to you to examine an area more closely, or order a test.
  • Give the patients visual cues to let them know you are paying attention.  Nod your head in agreement. Make eye contact.  Smile.  
  • Repeat back.  Clarify with your patient any "not quite right" statements.  Medical terminology abounds.  Articles tell everyone about rare cases and people respond by mimicking similar symptoms.  However, if you wish to treat the whole person, body and mind, it is well to dissuade the anxiety your patient has, and sometimes disease may be caught in time to avert serious complications.  As I tell my chiropractic assistants in their training we need to care.
  • Be honest.  No one expects you to be a mind reader or a wizard.  If the patient's words are common to another's it is not good to immediately lump them together and "turn off" your ears and brain to the whole tale being told.  Many different causes have basically the same symptoms.  You and your patient both will be better served to eliminate probabilities before reaching a firm diagnosis and starting a treatment plan.  A person who is told they "have such and such" will often cling to it with amazing tenacity.  Order and confirm diagnostic tests before diagnosing the patient.  Words definitely have power.
  • Be helpful.  What?  Yes, as a healthcare professional we are the persons that the patients look to for help.  Help overcoming discomfort, disability, and disease.  If the patient's complaints are not related to their chiropractic condition, have a handy list of referring agencies.  Be careful though.  Perhaps all that is required of you is to be a caring listener.  You should strive to be that.

Remember a knowledgeable and understanding heart is one of our greatest tools to show patient's that we really care about them.  So practice listening, patients are the greatest source of new patient referrals in a chiropractic office.

For additional training contact Dr. Rosalind Canham (DC) to register your staff for their Chiropractic Assistant Training Course at  



When you have a claims denial, you should cite the following statute and demand that the insurer supply you with the 
following information:




(g) Manner and content of notification of benefit determination. 


(1) Except as provided in paragraph (g)(2) of this section, the plan administrator shall provide a claimant with written or electronic notification of any adverse benefit determination. Any electronic notification shall comply with the standards imposed by 29 CFR 2520.104b-1(c)(1)(i), (iii), and (iv). The notification shall set forth, in a manner calculated to be understood by the claimant - 


(i)The specific reason or reasons for the adverse determination; 

(ii)Reference to the specific plan provisions on which the determination is based; 

(iii)A description of any additional material or information necessary for the claimant to perfect the claim and an explanation of why such material or information is necessary;

(iv)A description of the plan's review procedures and the time limits applicable to such procedures, including a statement of the claimant's right to bring a civil action under section 502(a) of the Act following an adverse benefit determination on review; 

(v)In the case of an adverse benefit determination by a group health plan or a plan providing disability benefits, 

(A)If an internal rule, guideline, protocol, or other similar criterion was relied upon in making the adverse determination, either the specific rule, guideline, protocol, or other similar criterion; or a statement that such a rule, guideline, protocol, or other similar criterion was relied upon in making the adverse determination and that a copy of such rule, guideline, protocol, or other criterion will be provided free of charge to the claimant upon request; 

(B)If the adverse benefit determination is based on a medical necessity or experimental treatment or similar exclusion or limit, either an explanation of the scientific or clinical judgment for the determination, applying the terms of the plan to the claimant's medical circumstances, or a statement that such explanation will be provided free of charge upon request. 


(h) Appeal of adverse benefit determinations. 

(1) In general. Every employee benefit plan shall establish and maintain a procedure by which a claimant shall have a reasonable opportunity to appeal an adverse benefit determination to an appropriate named fiduciary of the plan, and under which there will be a full and fair review of the claim and the adverse benefit determination. 

(2) Full and fair review. Except as provided in paragraphs (h)(3) and (h)(4) of this section, the claims procedures of a plan will not be deemed to provide a claimant with a reasonable opportunity for a full and fair review of a claim and adverse benefit determination unless the claims procedures-

(i) Provide claimants at least 60 days following receipt of a notification of an adverse benefit determination within which to appeal the determination;

 (ii) Provide claimants the opportunity to submit written comments, documents, records, and other information relating to the claim for benefits; 

(iii) Provide that a claimant shall be provided, upon request and free of charge, reasonable access to, and copies of, all documents, records, and other information relevant to the claimant's claim for benefits. Whether a document, record, or other information is relevant to a claim for benefits shall be determined by reference to paragraph (m)(8) of this section; 

(iv) Provide for a review that takes into account all comments, documents, records, and other information submitted by the claimant relating to the claim, without regard to whether such information was submitted or considered in the initial benefit determination. 

(3) Group health plans. The claims procedures of a group health plan will not be deemed to provide a claimant with a reasonable opportunity for a full and fair review of a claim and adverse benefit determination unless, in addition to complying with the requirements of paragraphs (h)(2)(ii) through (iv) of this section, the claims procedures-

(i) Provide claimants at least 180 days following receipt of a notification of an adverse benefit determination within which to appeal the determination; 

(ii) Provide for a review that does not afford deference to the initial adverse benefit determination and that is conducted by an appropriate named fiduciary of the plan who is neither the individual who made the adverse benefit determination that is the subject of the appeal, nor the subordinate of such individual; 

(iii) Provide that, in deciding an appeal of any adverse benefit determination that is based in whole or in part on a medical judgment, including determinations with regard to whether a particular treatment, drug, or other item is experimental, investigational, or not medically necessary or appropriate, the appropriate named fiduciary shall consult with a health care professional who has appropriate training and experience in the field of medicine involved in the medical judgment; 

(iv) Provide for the identification of medical or vocational experts whose advice was obtained on behalf of the plan in connection with a claimant's adverse benefit determination, without regard to whether the advice was relied upon in making the benefit determination; 

(v) Provide that the health care professional engaged for purposes of a consultation under paragraph (h)(3)(iii) of this section shall be an individual who is neither an individual who was consulted in connection with the adverse benefit determination that is the subject of the appeal, nor the subordinate of any such individual.




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  • Are the terms DUD, LOE, AOMSI, CRMA or WPI in your notes?
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  • Would you like a better working relationship with attorneys?
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This 12 hour program is being presented in one full day.  It has been approved for 12 CE/CLE hours by the Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners and includes the new 2 hours of mandatory record keeping requirement.  AZCE14003  To register go to: Case Management Phoenix


When you get to the payment page enter "ACS" in the discount code box and you will be able to register for $200 and half of your fee will go to the Arizona Chiropractic Society. 



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Breaking News & Updates





BREAKING NEWS 02/02/15: ACS releases all new February 2015 eNewsletter with key stories about ACS legislation pending hearing in a Senate committee, a full directory of all ACS reports on the Chiropractic Board posted online, listing of key newsletters by Dr. Immerman which review the scientific literature and which are also posted online, and much more breaking news. Click here to read the entire newsletter.


BREAKING NEWS 01/08/15: ACS releases all-new January 2015 ACS eNewsletter with stories about ACS lobbyist continues fierce pace at Legislature, how you can qualify as an expert in clinical biomechanics, the time to join ACS is now, ACS Find-a-Doc search engine is working, and the complete ACS personal injury package. Click here to read the entire newsletter.


BREAKING NEWS 12/06/14: ACS releases all new December 2014 ACS eNewsletter with key stories about ACS to wage all-out legislative war against ASHN, status of pending lawsuits, PI case killers, ACS Find-A-Doc Search engine is working, new financial opportunity for chiropractors, and much more. Click here to read the entire newsletter.


BREAKING NEWS 11/3/14: ACS releases all new November, 2014 eNewsletter with key stories about ACS lobbyist storming the Arizona Legislature, one doctor's consequences for routinely waiving copays and deductibles, status of pending lawsuits, can Delta V predict injury likelihood or severity, Board action alert, and key breaking news stories. Click here to read the entire all new newsletter.


BREAKING NEWS 10/02/14: ACS releases all new October, 2014 eNewsletter with key stories about ACS's successful mission to reform the Chiropractic Board over the past ten years, status of pending  lawsuits, upcoming seminar Personal Injury Case Management, the time to join ACS is now, and details about the ACS Functional Medicine, Natural Hygiene and Fasting Center online. Click here to read the entire newsletter.


BREAKING NEWS 09/04/14: ACS releases all new September 2014 eNewsletter with key stories about the anatomy of the chiropractic insurance equality law and the benefits that will come from having it enforced, the real relief that will come from pending lawsuits against insurance companies, a great new upcoming seminar in personal injury case management, the best solution to your cash practice, and much more. Click here to read the entire newsletter.


BREAKING NEWS 08/05/14: ACS releases all new August 2014 ACS eNewsletter with key stories about how legislation and litigation will be the key to progress, ACS preparations for the 2015 Legislation Session, news about pending lawsuits, consequences of failure to properly fill out CA paperwork, and management of whiplash disorders. Click here to read the entire newsletter.


BREAKING NEWS 07/03/14:  ACS releases all new July 2014 eNewsletter with key stories You've Got Questions, We've Got Answers, Obamacare Section 2706 requires insurers to pay DCs no less than they pay MDs and PTs, ACS continues preparations for 2015 legislative session, real relief will come from pending lawsuits, and much more. Click here
 to read the entire newsletter.
BREAKING NEWS 06/04/14:  ACS releases all new June 2014 ACS eNewsletter with key stories about Sen. Nancy Barto being named Legislator of the Year, plans for legislation unveiled, more information about pending lawsuits, LaBombard demands, toxemia, and more. Click here to read the entire newsletter.


BREAKING NEWS 05/16/14: Dr. Dan Murphy reviews new clinical guideline "Management of Whiplash Disorders." Click here to read his review and learn how to buy a copy of the guideline.


BREAKING NEWS 05/06/14: ACS releases all new  May 2014 eNewsletter with breaking news stories about failure of all chiropractic bills to pass this legislative session, plans to file lawsuits against BCBS and ASHN, action steps needed to combat $12 fee for depositions, the cause of colds, flu and infectious diseases, and much more. 

Click here to read the entire newsletter.


BREAKING NEWS 04/05/14: ACS releases all new April 2014 ACS eNewsletter with breaking news stories about lawsuits which will bring needed relief to profession, status report from Arizona Legislature, news that AAC AHCCCS bill was killed in the State Senate, everything you could ever need to know about liens, great article about fasting, loads of breaking news, member benefits, corporate members, and much more.  Click here to read

the entire newsletter in PDF format.

BREAKING NEWS 11/19/13: ACS releases 2014 Legislative Information Proposal and Documentation Part One and TwoWe request that all legislators read this vital document in anticipation of meeting with our lobbyists, doctors and patients. ACS lobbyist Timothy LaSota was recently profiled in Phoenix Business Journal article. Click here to see Dr. Immerman's testimony on insurance equality testimony from early in 2013 beginning at the one hour, ten minute mark. 


BREAKING NEWS 09/21/13: ACS releases full HIPAA compliance package for 09/23/13 deadline to comply with new rules. The package has been emailed to members and is now posted on the Member Benefits page under HIPAA Compliance.


BREAKING NEWS 08/23/13: Court of Appeals rules chiropractors can be paid $12 for depositions as fact, not expert, witnesses. Click here to read full Court decision, click here to read Amicus brief filed with Court by ACS, and click here to read full ACS report including guidelines to know when expert questions are being asked and you can demand to be paid expert, not fact, fees in a deposition. ACS and others are asking Court to reconsider its decision. NEW: Click here to read ACS Amicus motion for reconsideration 09/04/13 and click here to read Court's denial of motion dated 09/13/13.


MOST READ: How to Use the Health Care Appeals, Grievance and Timely Payment Laws to Get Paid. ACS has made key Member Benefit documents public so entire profession can use powerful key tools to get paid. Click here for complete information. Much more information like this available to members. Join today online!


MOST READ: ACS releases Low Speed Impact Defense Package including a letter to send to a claims adjuster who has raised low speed impact arguments, telling you to limit treatment because property damage was minor. The package is posted on the Member Benefits page, #35.1 to 35.6.


MOST READ: ACS publishes Complete Directory to Personal Injury Resources, superior to many hours of seminars and hundreds of dollars of expense. Based on Dr. Immerman's 73 trials and 50 depositions in the past 15 years with overall 700 case reviews. 


MOST READ:  11.3 - Letter to fight refund demands. If you receive a refund demand, contact ACS. 34.1 -- Who Can an ARS 33-931 Lien Be Enforced Against by PI attorney Steve Pincus.  Also: New PI/health insurance lien forms for health insurers that refuse to honor assignments of benefits. New liens grant more rights than county liens plus work in UM/UIM cases. Also, all new ASH Claims Denial Center with key analysis at 11.5.


MOST READ: Watch live testimony from the Legislature as Dr. Immerman argues that chiropractic should be included in health insurance. Click here to see 2013 video. Begin at the one hour, ten minute mark. Click here to see earlier video. Begin at the 50:30 minute mark.


Read all BREAKING NEWstories at where they are constantly updated. Check back frequently for updates.


Special Treasures Member Benefits


            ACS is affiliated with an organization that offers health insurance for businesses with one or more employee. This insurance is guaranteed issue with no medical questions asked. PPO, HMO and HAS plans available.



            ACS offers all of the documents you need to appeal insurance claims denials including health insurance, ASH and workers' compensation. Also: Sample financial hardship agreements, eleven sample template letters to appeal claims denials, how to use chiropractic guidelines to defend the care you have given.



            ACS documents thoroughly explain ERISA in terms easy to understand, and tell you exactly how to appeal a denied claim using ERISA rules.



            This section provides the referral to the best book and website ever created to teach you how to get referrals from MDs and DOs.



            ACS provides extensive information about how to be compliant with the Arizona Chiropractic Board with your record keeping and documentation. Also supplied are many of the forms you will need for record keeping. Learn what is needed to get a claim approved by BCBS and ASH. Also: Dr. Gregg Friedman's webinar on record keeping, Informed Consent Form, Examination Form for Multiple Body Regions, Comprehensive HIPAA Compliance Forms, Outcome Assessment Tools for Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions.



            This section includes the Medical Records Protocol which you are required to have on file according the laws and rules of the Arizona Chiropractic Board. It also includes a limited power of attorney to use when insurers refuse to honor assignments of benefits.



            This section addresses balance billing and LaBombard issues in auto accident cases, how to get an attorney to pay your bills, attorneys' obligations when there is a lien, PI office forms, and the UCC lien which you should use in every PI case.  Also: Medical PI Lien and Lien Acceptance Policy form for patients, Letter to Get Attorney to Release Settlement Monies He Has in Hand, and Who Can a County Health Care Lien Be Enforced Against.



            This section teaches you how to become a courtroom expert in the Clinical Biomechanics of Whiplash Injuries.



            All of the materials you need to comply with the September 23, 2013 deadline.


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CHIROPRACTIC ASSOCIATE POSITION in exciting fast growing medical clinic Phoenix AZ.  Integrated health clinic looking for great, self-motivated, enthusiastic chiropractor to join our team. Full-time position, offering training, professional development, learning opportunities with potential for growth.  Salary / bonuses offered. AZ License & PT Certificate necessary. Recent graduates welcome. Team player, Energetic, Willingness to learn. Please send resume with cover letter to: or contact us directly at 480.460.1399.


EMERGENCY CHIROPRACTIC is looking for an associate doctor to join our 38+ year company. Salary position with possible advancement to become a Clinic Director and run one of our fourteen offices throughout the Phoenix area. Must be willing to work in both the Greater Phoenix and East Valley areas. Practice limited to Personal Injury. Looking for a quality, detail orientated person. Many of our Doctors have been with us for 20+ years! Job security and an excellent benefit package. Arizona license with P.T. a must. Call Anand S. Bhakta, D.C., Chief of Staff, at 602-992-8199.


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PRACTICE FOR SALE MESA: Same great location for 30 years. Diversified practice, 102K collections last year working 24 hours/week. Priced for quick sale $55,000. Dr. retiring but will help buyer transition. Text or voice mail to 480-203-8145.



UNIVERSITY) FOR SALE OR LEASE. Doctor retiring. Practice has been in business for 30 years with established patients.  All equipment will stay with office. If interested please call 480-833-4655 or e-mail Monday thru Wednesday 8 AM to 4:30 PM. MH






RETAIL CENTERS: Owner will fund relocation costs. Increased traffic & convenience = Increased sales & client retention. Experienced retail developer with well-located, grocery anchored centers in MESA, PEORIA and GILBERT.  Call or email for more information: Bryan Lamond (480)-235-9999,




AHWATUKEE: Established 10 year old practice, great location off I-10 and Chandler Blvd. Paperless office, X-ray and full equipment provided. Looking to cut overhead.  

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