Spring Edition - Vol. 14 No. 2
One of the most frequent requests from our members has been for health insurance options available through their membership in the ANJC. The ANJC is proud to announce that we have entered into an agreement with Medova Healthcare to offer our members exclusive access to their line of Lifestyle Health Plans.
The ANJC today received the Appellate Division's decision in the State Health Benefit Plan $35 cap on out-of-network chiropractic reimbursement appeal.
For the seventh consecutive year, ANJC is making available six $1,000 scholarships for chiropractic students who reside and have a home base in New Jersey and plan to return to New Jersey to practice.
Winter Edition - Vol. 14 No. 1
The Medicare Part B deductible for 2018 will be $183. There is no change from 2017. The 2018 Medicare fee schedule has been released. The base fee schedule for chiropractic services through Medicare has gone up approximately 1% each for the allowed chiropractic procedures (98940-98942).
On behalf of the Chimicles & Tikellis law firm: Chimicles & Tikellis LLP is investigating whether Cigna is overcharging insureds being treated by physical and occupational therapists (PT/OT) in ASH’s network.
Every year, ICD-10 updates occur on Oct. 1st. This year includes the following changes to ICD-10-CM: 363 new codes 142 deletions 226 code revisions
After several attempts at repealing Obamacare the Republicans are making one last effort this year. This will likely be the last effort of the year because they can only use the budget reconciliation bill to pass the legislation until September 30th.
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For the sixth consecutive year, ANJC is making available six $1,000 scholarships, including the second annual “Sigmund Miller Spirit of Chiropractic Award,” for chiropractic students who reside and have a home-base in NJ, and plan to return to NJ to practice.