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Examiner Spring 2018

The Examiner includes real-life case studies, as well as articles, that let you learn from the expertise and experience of others. Print the pdf of the current issue to read the following and more:

Case Study: Patient Misperceives Doctor’s Care; Problems Result

Jeff Jontas, D.C., was distraught when he was summoned by the police to answer questions about an alleged impropriety. This was despite the fact the patient received treatment in accordance with chiropractic standards, reported significant relief from care and returned for several treatments. 

Case Study: Doctor’s Practice Growth Hindered by Credit Problems

Thomas Rather, D.C., was going through a divorce when he decided to upgrade his practice to operate the practice more efficiently and position himself as a tech-savvy doctor in the community. He applied for a loan and was shocked when his financing was denied until he remembered an unusual phone call and email. 

It’s the Cherry on Top of All Things NCMIC

As a chiropractic malpractice insurance policyholder, you will soon receive a premium dividend. Celebrate everything NCMIC has to offer! 

Is It Appropriate to Text Patients?

Attorney Mandi Karvis advises that conversations can easily evolve from simple messages (e.g., scheduling) to something causing concern.

Receive 5% Off Your Malpractice Insurance While Getting CEs

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

Upcoming seminars: Go to the “Events” section of www.ncmic.com 

Online courses: www.ncmic.com/ce

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* Based on an NCMIC policyholder survey conducted by Ward Group, the leading provider of benchmarking and best practices research studies for insurance companies. For more information about Ward Group, visit www.wardinc.com.