In addition to CE available at our statewide conventions, the NYSCA now offers continuing education credit via webinar through NYCC Post-Grad. NYSCA Webinars are held monthly, usually on a Wednesday at 1pm EST. 

Tuition Discount

Members of the New York State Chiropractic Association are eligible to receive a discount on tuition for NYSCA-sponsored webinars via coupon code at registration check-out. Please be sure to check your email for the discount code, which is included for all NYSCA members. You must have your discount code BEFORE registering. Please note, once you register, the discount code cannot be applied retroactively.  Contact the NYSCA Administrative Office at 518-785-6346 for more information. 


Telehealth 101: Strategies for Providing Care When Hands-On is Not an Option

Presented by: Tim Bertelsman 
On Demand (1CE) (Read more about recorded webinars online through NYCC PostGrad)

COVID-19 has quickly and dramatically altered the healthcare landscape. Many chiropractors are losing the ability to provide hands-on care for their patients. Elective in-office visits are evaporating along with the associated revenue. However, this is not the time for providers or patients to free-fall with a wait-and-see attitude. Chiropractors can continue to deliver valuable services to homebound patients via telehealth. Dr. Tim Bertelsman will present a timely 60-minute webinar on the essentials of telehealth. This webinar will provide a detailed 8-step process for continuing to provide your patients with the best possible service in the current environment.  Tuition discount not available for this program

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Documenting and Coding WC Injuries: Utilizing the Guidelines and CMS-1500 form in reporting chiropractic care for an injured worker.

Presented by: Jason Brown DC and Robert Martin DC
Wednesday, May 26, 2021 | 1pm-2pm (1CE)

 

Providing timely and effective chiropractic care is essential to facilitating recovery and return to work for the injured worker. As we emphasize this early effective care to limit chronicity and addiction, effective documentation and communication also plays an integral role. This course will strive to educate attendees on utilization of new processes and the CMS-1500 form to ensure effective reporting, accurate and timely bill payment, and reduction in claims disputes.

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The Dirty Dozen: The Procedure Codes that Cause Chiropractors the Most Trouble, and How to Use Them Properly

Presented by: 

William J. Lauretti, DC, FICC, FACC
Wednesday, June 16, 2021 | 1pm-2pm (1CE)

This one-hour webinar will cover the basics of proper use and clinical documentation focusing on the dozen codes that give practicing chiropractors the most problems. Proper documentation and use of these codes will help the practicing chiropractor get paid by insurers more quickly and consistently, and avoid the risk of insurance audits and potential accusations of fraud . At the end of this presentation, participants will be better able to recognize weaknesses in their current coding and documentation practices and be able to create actions steps to improve these processes.

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License Renewal: Continuing education credit (CE) is provided by New York Chiropractic College (NYCC). CE requested only in states listed. If CE is needed a state that is not listed, please contact the NYSCA administrative office.

While applications relating to credit hours for license renewal in selected states have been executed for these programs, it remains attendees' responsibility to contact the state board(s) from whom they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approve both venue and content as they relate to any event. Neither a speaker's or exhibitor's presence at said event, nor product mention or display, shall in any way constitute NYCC endorsement. NYCC's role is strictly limited to processing, submitting, and archiving program documents on behalf of course sponsors. These courses are valid for CE credits in "pre-approved" states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding state board.