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Telehealth – Coding, Documenting and Compliance of Telehealth

Posted by aac-wpaccss on  March 19, 2020

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 Hi, everyone. This is Samuel Collins, your coding and billing expert for acupuncturists. Specifically, the American Acupuncture Council’s Insurance Information Network and Malpractice. Today’s program, as you’re probably aware, is going to be one that’s very important considering the crisis we’re going through right now, and on telemedicine. Is it something appropriate? Is it something we can code? And how do we do it? Well, of course we have to make sure, first of
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Personalized Chinese Medicine Logic or Magic? Yair Maimon

Posted by aac-wpaccss on  March 6, 2020

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 Hi everybody and welcome to the show, The Spark and Evidence of Acupuncture. I am Yair Maimon. I would like to thank the American Acupuncture Council for providing the space and broadcasting this show to you. It’s quite a unique show and I will explain why. I’m very fortunate. I’ve been practicing Chinese medicine for more than 30 years, and in the last 20 years working more closely with oncology patients, so caring very

Acupuncturist Business Insurance Quote – Why Comparison Shopping Is Essential

Posted by aac-wpaccss on  February 27, 2020

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As an acupuncturist running a clinic, you know that your business is vulnerable to lawsuits or legal complaints from clients. Thus, you want to find the best deal on acupuncture malpractice insurance available out there. After all, it is for the protection of your business, your reputation, and the well-being of your workers. To realize this goal, you need to be very careful with your choice, and asking for an acupuncturist business insurance quote can
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Phlegm – Etiology pathology and treatment Moshe Heller

Posted by aac-wpaccss on  February 27, 2020

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Category: Blog, Live Event, Pediatrics
 Hi, my name is Moshe Heller. First I’d like to thank the American Acupuncture Council for hosting this show, and providing this really wonderful platform for writing information. I’d like to start talking today, and today’s lecture would be, I will talk a little bit about pediatric phlegm, or phlegm in general. I want to just have a short discussion about etiological factors, pathology, and also the treatment. Since phlegm is actually a very,
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Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve: Neuro-anatomy of HT-4 to HT-7 – Poney Chiang

Posted by aac-wpaccss on  February 23, 2020

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Hi, good afternoon. My name is Poney Chiang. I’m a practitioner of acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine from Toronto, Canada. Welcome to today’s American Acupuncture Council live Facebook podcast show. I’m your host for today. And since this video is taking place on the week of Valentine’s Day, I thought I would do something fun and present something that is heart-related or heart region-related. So, let’s get started with today’s presentation. The title of my