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Risk Management

NCMIC Offers CE Opportunities and Premium Discounts

Whether through online courses or in-person seminars, NCMIC is pleased to offers CE opportunities and premium discounts. Here are some upcoming educational offerings.


Risk Management Seminars

NCMIC Insurance Company is proud to provide doctors with CE seminars presented by the chiropractic profession’s most respected speakers on today’s relevant topics. Here are two upcoming seminars:

December 2-3, 2017

New York Chiropractic College, Levittown

“Documentation, Record Keeping, Ethics, Risk Management, Prevention of Medical Errors, Florida Laws and Rules” (13 hours)

Mario Fucinari, D.C., CCSP, DAAPM, MCS-P

800-434-3955 or 516-796-5923

December 2-3, 2017

The Chiropractic Association of Louisiana, Kenner

“Cervical Spine, Cervicogenic Headache and Related Disorders” (12 hours)

James Demetrious, D.C., FACO

225-769-5560

For a complete listing of upcoming CE seminars, go to the “Events” section of www.ncmic.com.

Online CE Courses

Now you can receive NCMIC’s risk management discount for taking online courses. Simply go to www.ncmic.com/ce and select a program you’re interested in from several offered by chiropractic colleges and universities. Following are a few of the courses available.

New York Chiropractic College

“Doctor Patient Communications: How Can You Say It So They Hear It?” (2 hours)

Cleveland University- Kansas City

History Taking and Examination Procedure Series:

“Writing Defensible Narrative Reports” (1 hour)

“Documentation: Doctor and Patient Protection” (1 hour)

“Documentation and Patient Progress” (1 hour)

“Ethical Considerations for Drafting a Medical Report” (1 hour)

“Referrals to Specialist and Test: History Taking and Proper Examination Procedures” (1 hour)

University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic

“Acute Torticollis in the Adult: Diagnosis and Management” (3 hours)

“The Chronically Stiff and Painful Neck: Diagnosis and Management” (2 hours)

“The Acute Locked Lower Back: Diagnosis and Management” (3 hours)


For a complete listing of online courses, go to www.ncmic.com/ce.

How to Get Your Premium Discount

Full-time D.C.s who complete a total of 8 hours of approved programming—online and/or onsite—qualify for a 5% discount for three consecutive years on the renewal of their malpractice insurance premiums (2.5% discount for part-time D.C.s).

After you have completed a total of 8 hours of qualifying courses—online and/or onsite—send your CE documentation to lholt@ncmic.com so we can apply the discount.

Example: You take 4 hours of an NCMIC-sponsored seminar at a state association event and 4 hours of online courses on www.ncmic.com/ce. Since you have completed a total of 8 hours, you can submit your CE documentation to initiate your discount.

Online programming is available through third parties, and course content is not owned or controlled by NCMIC. Seminar discounts earned up to 30 days after the policy renewal date will apply immediately; those earned 30+ days after the renewal date will apply at the next policy renewal date.


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