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By Editorial Staff
In 2021, the NBCE had excess income of over $5 million, more than
what all students paid for Parts I and II combined. Should the nonprofit
NBCE rebate the money paid by chiropractic students?
By Samuel A. Collins
What you are experiencing is the Medicare sequestration reduction, the pre-COVID reduction that reduced all Medicare payments by
2 percent. Due to COVID, this Medicare reduction was suspended
for the public health emergency. It has now been reinstituted.
By Howard Wolinsky
Chester Wilk, DC, 91, lead plaintiff in the momentous chiropractic lawsuit of Wilk, et al., v AMA, et al., died April 21, 2022 in Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Ill., the Chicago suburb where he lived and practiced, following a short illness.
By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher
Our top story in this issue gives
you the "what" of how the FCLB;
its president, and the current president of the
National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE), in his capacity as FCLB president and immediate past president, are
facing a lawsuit accusing them of racial discrimination. This article
attempts to explore the "why."
By Brandy Brimhall, CPC, CMCO, CCCPC, CPCO, CPMA
There are so many things that can go sideways for a practice, all of
which can impact cash flow, patient relationships, office systems and
more. Of course, anything that interferes with the health revenue cycle
system is going to have a downstream effect on many areas of the
business. One of these interferences may be related to proper provider