Read Transcript The following is an actual transcript of the American Acupuncture Council Live Event with Marilyn Allen and Bill Reddy. We do our best to make sure the transcript is as accurate as possible; however, it may contain spelling or grammatical errors. If you have any questions about the transcript or would like to request any transcripts from our previous shows, feel free to contact us at 866-802-4476. Marilyn Allen: Hello, everybody, and welcome.
Read Transcript The following is an actual transcript of the American Acupuncture Live Event with Marilyn Allen and Dr. Sam Collins. We do our best to make sure the transcript is as accurate as possible; however, it may contain spelling or grammatical errors. If you have any questions about the transcript feel free to contact us at 866-802-4476. Marilyn Allen: Hello, and welcome to all of you. We’re from the American Acupuncture Council. I’m Marilyn
The American Acupuncture Council has committed to fundraising $300,000 for the non-profit organization: Consortium for Oriental Medicine Research & Education (COMRE). With the support of the entire acupuncture community, and worldwide leaders alike, AAC will work tirelessly so that we can meet this goal which will directly serve for the betterment and enrichment of the acupuncture profession. COMRE was founded with the purpose and objective of advancing the development and promotion of alternative medicine in
Stop by our booth and say hello to the friendly faces of the American Acupuncture Council at the upcoming Pacific Symposium in San Diego from October 28 to November 3, 2015. We will have some great giveaways and it is always a pleasure to meet new and existing clients and discuss the many exciting benefits of membership with the AAC. The Pacific Symposium is hosted by Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. The annual Symposium is
Recently the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the Dept of Health and Human Services (HHS) did a study and found that the Office of Civil Rights (OCR), which has responsibility for HIPAA compliance, is not doing enough to ensure covered entities (CEs), including healthcare providers and insurers, are effectively following HIPAA requirements. They found that most activities were reactive, not proactive. The OCR agreed with report’s recommendations and that they need to do more