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Revised ICA Statement on Vaccine Mandates

Source: https://www.chiropractic.org/cms-press-release-on-vaccine-mandates-please-read/
 

Updated September 13 at 3:30 pm: CMS provided the following information on background regarding clarification on the mandate rule:

“This regulation does not directly apply to physician’s offices as these are not regulated under the provider-specific Medicare health and safety regulatory provisions, generally referred to as “Conditions of Participation.”

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Join the NYSCA during October 2021 and save up to 50%!

October is National Chiropractic Health Month and great things are happening in the Chiropractic profession in New York!

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New Region 4 Director

As you may be aware, the NYSCA Board of Directors had a vacant Director's seat in Region 4 subsequent to the May 2021 elections. This vacancy was created when Dr. Rae Smith was elected as the NYSCA Communications Secretary.

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NYS Workers' Compensation Updates; Carisk Webinar TODAY June 23rd 2pm

Welcome to Summer! 

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Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion

President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863; however, the Civil War continued until April 1865. It was not until June 1865 that Union soldiers made it to Texas where, by order of General Granger, it was announced that the war was over, and slavery was abolished.

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NYSCA 2021 Board of Directors Election Results

NYSCA 2021 Board of Directors Election Results

The votes have been tallied and election results are below.  The results below represent terms from June 1, 2021 until May 31, 2023.  We thank all who were willing to run for an elected position and look forward to the leadership of our Officers and Board members.

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Dr. Anthony Palumbo Elected as President of the NYSCA

Dr. Anthony Palumbo Elected as President of the NYSCA

In April 2021, nominations for officers in the New York State Chiropractic Association (NYSCA) were closed resulting in an uncontested election. According to the bylaws of the NYSCA, an uncontested election is made official by the Secretary certifying the slate of candidates.

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New York to Adopt New CDC Guidance on Mask Use

Healthcare facilities must continue to use masks

As everyone is aware, the CDC has updated its guidance regarding the use of face masks.

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Benefits of Group Membership with F4CP

In case you missed it, on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 1pm, F4CP President Dr. Sherry McAllister presented a lunchtime webinar entitled: "Benefits of Group Membership with the F4CP." 

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New York State Chiropractors and Performing COVID-19 Tests

From the NYSCA Executive Director's Office

Re: Can a DC hire a nurse to perform the COVID-19 IgG/IgM Rapid 10-Minute fingerstick test for antibodies during the current pandemic?

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Help Avert Planned Cuts to Medicare Reimbursement

ACA has been part of two coalitions fighting these cuts and is supporting legislation designed to place a one-year moratorium on the planned cuts, to allow congress to develop a long-term solution. Contact your federal representative here and urge them to cosponsor this legislation, H.R. 8505.

Join the NYSCA during October 2020 and save up to 50%!

October is National Chiropractic Health Month and great things are happening in the Chiropractic profession in New York!

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NYSCA Announces Safety Plan Workshop for the Removal of Practice Restrictions

In the continued spirit of assisting and advancing the profession, the NYSCA will be holding a workshop to assist those of you who have questions or simply want to join your colleagues virtually in the completion of this vital task. 

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Register now to join us tomorrow evening for a NYSCA COVID-19 Town Hall Meeting!

We know there are many questions and concerns about the best practices for reopening a practice and for returning to the full breadth of chiropractic practice.  To assist with this, last week a “reopening and reigniting practice guide” was emailed to you.  

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Reopening & Reigniting your practice - A guide for NYSCA members

Your service to public health throughout the covid crisis is appreciated. At this stage some of our colleagues are looking to reopen their practices and begin providing 'emergency chiropractic services'. Others have been open in this essential capacity and are anxiously awaiting the green light to provide a full spectrum of chiropractic care. To assist you with both of those strides forward, the NYSCA has created a guide to opening and reigniting your practice.

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Continue practicing within your scope as you render emergency chiropractic service

During the COVID-19 pandemic, New York’s chiropractors continue to do their best to serve their patients and communities.   A reminder for those that chiropractors that remain open as part of Essential Business during this state of emergency- you need to still practice under the current scope of practice.  

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Q&A: Unemployment Insurance for the Self-employed during the pandemic

A NYSCA member states, then asks: "I am a self-employed, sole proprietor and I am closing my office due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.  As a chiropractor can I apply to one of the state unemployment insurance offices to collect unemployment insurance compensation?"

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COVID-19 Updates: Essential Business and Chiropractic Practice

The NYSCA is working to remain vigilant at helping members understand and address the COVID-19 pandemic and remain responsive to updates and changes as this situation continues to develop.

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Small Business Administration (SBA) COVID-19 Loans

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering two loan programs as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) to small businesses throughout New York State. See below for details of the SBA Paycheck Protection Program and SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program.

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CE Requirements during COVID-19 from NYS Education Dept

The New York State Education Department has developed a webpage containing many frequently asked questions related to the developing COVID-19 situation.  An excerpt from this page as relates to continuing education requirements is included below.

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