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Risk Management

Earn 5% off Your Malpractice Insurance While Getting Your CEs

Your 5% risk management discount (2.5% for part-time DCs) applies for 3 consecutive policy years for completing at least 8 hours of qualifying courses—online and/or onsite.

In-Person Risk Management Seminars

April 3–5, 2020, Uncasville, Connecticut
New York State Chiropractic Association 
“Patient Communication: Doctor, Your Words Are Powerful!” (2 hours)
“Integrating a Wellness Consultation into Practice” (2 Hours)
“Spine Rehab Procedures” (2 Hours)
“Orthopedic and Functional Assessment” (2 Hours)
“Neck-to-Shoulder Rehab Procedures” (2 Hours)
Thomas Ventimiglia, DC, and Justin Hildebrand, DC

May 2–3, 2020, Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association 
 “Functional Assessment and the Clinical Auditing Process” (12 hours)
Mitch Green, DC, DACRB, FACC

Online CE Courses 

Following are just a few of the qualifying risk management courses available through Palmer College of Chiropractic, American Chiropractic Association and New York Chiropractic College:

Palmer College of Chiropractic
“Ethics and Professional Boundaries for the Chiropractor 2020” (2 hours)

American Chiropractic Association (ACA)
“Safety of Chiropractic Care and Informed Consent—The Penny Must Drop” (1 hour)

New York Chiropractic College
“Identifying and Implementing Procedures to Prevent Boundary Crossings” (1 hour)

Complete listing of upcoming risk management seminars

Complete listing of online courses

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