What is Medicare? 

Medicare Coverage is Common Among Chiropractic Patients Medicare coverage is quite different in Chiropractic than in allopathic medicine. Medicare is a federal program, but it’s generally administered by Medicare Administrative Contractors (MAC) in various jurisdictions around the country. The rules and regulations associated with Medicare, its patients, and its providers are specific and must be…

Certified Chiropractic Clinical Assistant Training is now available as part of Library Membership! This official training is for those who wish to certify through the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB). The KMC University Library is an online resource for chiropractors and their teams that provides access to a vast array of educational materials and resources related to Medicare, documentation, billing, coding, compliance, and the business aspects of running a chiropractic practice. It can help chiropractors and their teams stay up-to-date on the latest regulations and best practices, as well as save time and money by avoiding costly mistakes. Click here to learn more.

Brief History of Chiropractic and Medicare

The Story of Medicare and Chiropractic Brief Overview/History of the Medicare Program: On July 30, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Medicare (an amendment to the Social Security legislation) into law. At the bill-signing ceremony, former President Harry Truman and his wife, Bess, became the first Medicare enrollees and were issued the first Medicare cards….

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