Back pain is ranked as the fifth most common reason for Americans to schedule a doctor’s visit, and is widely perceived as the leading cause to seek out chiropractic care. As such, it is essential for chiropractors to have an extensive knowledge of a each patient’s back issues, and the steps that have been taken to address them. Read More »
Archive for July, 2013
Chiropractic marketing tips: Capitalizing on social media
If you’ve already begun the process of online chiropractic marketing, chances are you’ve already created accounts for your practice on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn, among other platforms. Read More »
Should stage 2 of meaningful use be delayed? Experts weigh in
This month, the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance has held two separate hearings to discuss the status of the meaningful use program and whether medical professionals may need more time get their affairs in order. Read More »
Survey: Widespread apprehension, skepticism of ICD-10 shift
A new survey conducted by the eHealth Initiative has indicated that many health care organizations are wary of the changeover to ICD-10, and don’t fully comprehend the benefits of its implementation. Read More »
EHR adoption facilitates shared immunization data, promotes public health
The dissipation of immunization data between health care providers and public health agencies via EHR systems can potentially facilitate more efficient and effective care. Read More »
Chiropractic marketing tips: Why you need content
Most chiropractors have the vague idea that they should maintain a blog, but may not realize exactly why it has become so crucial to do so. Read More »
Chiropractic marketing tips: How important is your online presence?
Though word of mouth still has its place in chiropractic marketing, in this day and age, the vast majority of consumers turn to online search engines and review websites to seek out practically all manner of services. Read More »
Can chiropractic EHR software adoption offset increasing healthcare costs?
A new study released by the University of Michigan has cast further doubt on the assertion that those considering chiropractic EHR software will likely face a drop off in revenue for years to come. Read More »