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Upper Cervical Chiropractic – A Lost Art

Upper cervical chiropractic care has become a lost art. While there are a number of practicing upper cervical chiropractors, the technique itself is being underutilized. It’s difficult to pinpoint one reason why the technique is ...
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Omega Fatty Acids And The Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Omega-3-6-9 Fatty Acids and The Anti-Inflammatory Diet Anti-inflammatroy diets involve eliminating sugar and flour from the diet as well as increasing Omega Fatty Acids. However, knowing which Omega Fatty Acids to take and in what ...
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The Revised Evaluation & Management Codes – January 01, 2021

Starting January 01, 2021, the Evaluation & Management (EM) codes will be easier to use. The codes are now determined by either: 1. Medical Decision Making (MDM); or 2. Time The MDM consists of four ...
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Medicare Deductible For 2021

DEDUCTIBLE The Part B Medicare deductible for 2021 is $203.00. After the deductible is met, Medicare pays 80% of covered services while the patients are responsible for the 20% of the Medicare approved that are ...
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Are You Really In Good Hands With Allstate?

Perhaps not if you get hit by one of their insured drivers. Read the book From Good Hands To Boxing Gloves by David Berardinelli, Esq. Beginning in 1995, Allstate redesigned the way that they process ...
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The 2021 Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN)

The Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) Medicare requires that an Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) be presented to patients when healthcare providers have reason to believe that a covered service may not be covered.  The purpose of ...
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Co-payment vs. Co-insurance

It is important to understand the terms co-payment and co-insurance. Co-payment is the fixed amount that a person pays each visit, typically after the deductible has been met. Coinsurance, like a copayment, is a form ...
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When To Administer The Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN)

The Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) Medicare requires that an Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) be presented to patients when healthcare providers have reason to believe that a covered service may not be covered.  The purpose of ...
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