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July is Disability Pride Month

Michiganders Celebrate July 26th as “A Day to Honor the Signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act” in Michigan


MichiCare Partners with Kaizenovate to Improve Healthcare Through Patient Mobile Technology

Kanvas App Designed to Support Patients in Their Adherence to Chiropractic Treatment Plans


CPAN Statement on June’s Oral Arguments in Critical Auto No-Fault Case

Court’s Decision on Retroactive Application of the 2019 Auto No-Fault Law Will Affect Thousands of Michigan Citizens Who Purchased No-Fault Insurance Policies


Provider Relief Fund Reporting Portal for Reporting Period 3 Open July 1 – September 30

If You Received PRF Payments Exceeding $10,000 Between January 1-June 30, 2021, You Must Report on the Use of These Funds by September 30th


Study Ranks Michigan’s Healthiest Counties – From #1 Leelanau to #83 Wayne

How Healthy is Your County? See the Rankings at


HHS OIG: Medicare Advantage Prior Authorization Practices Raise Concerns About Beneficiary Access to Medically Needed Care

Patients “Would Have Most Likely Received Approval If They Had Been Enrolled in Traditional Medicare Rather Than Medicare Advantage.”


F4CP Releases White Paper Detailing How Chiropractic Care Enhances the Patient Experience

“Chiropractic Care Should Be a First-Line Approach To Helping Patients Experience Pain Relief And Improved Mobility”


Provider Relief Fund Update

Providers May Request to Report Late Due to “Extenuating Circumstances” Between April 11 and April 22, 2022


Medicare Sequestration Cuts Began April 1st

Absent Congressional Action, an Additional 1% Cut is Scheduled to Take Place July 1st


Implicit Bias Training Requirement for Health Workers Begins This June

Be Aware: Chiropractors Whose Licenses Expire in 2022 Will Be Required to Obtain One (1) Hour of Implicit Bias Training for License Renewal


REMINDER: State of Michigan Requires All Health Care Providers to Undergo One-Time Training in the Identification of Victims of Human Trafficking

Free MAC Webinar Satisfies This Requirement. If You Are Not Sure if You Have Completed It, Contact the MAC Office.


Provider Relief Fund Reporting Portal for Reporting Period 2 Open Until March 31, 2022

If You Received PRF Payments Exceeding $10,000 Between July 1-December 31, 2020, You Must Report on the Use of These Funds by March 31st


MAC Executive Committee – Working for YOU and YOUR Patients

Dr. Lisa Olszewski, Dr. Robert Markle, Dr. Steven Simmons, Dr. M. Douglas Lynes, and Dr. Eric DiMartino Working Hard Every Day to Better the Profession in Michigan


CMS to Issue Comparative Billing Report (CBR) on Chiropractic Services in Late January

Receiving a CBR is Not an Indication of or Precursor to an Audit, and It Requires No Response on a Provider’s Part


Redistricting Shuffles the Deck in Congress, Michigan Legislature

Major Elections Coming this August and November!


Optimize Your Reimbursements with MichiCare’s Verification of Benefits Team

Outsourcing the Verification of Benefits Portion of Your Busy Practice Has Many Benefits


The MAC Guide to License Renewal – 2021

It’s That Time of Year: Does Your License Expire in 2021? Check TODAY and Be Prepared to Renew!


Medicare Open Enrollment Period: October 15-December 7

Tell Your Patients to Fully Research Any New Plan Prior to Enrolling! They Will Want to Be Sure Their Chiropractic Coverage Continues.


Michigan Celebrates October as Spinal Health Care Month! Are You Ready?

Public Relations Surrounding Spinal Health Care Month Can Play a Vital Role in Your Practice


ICD-10-CM Changes Effective October 1, 2021

New Diagnosis Codes Must Be Used for Any Date of Service On or After October 1, 2021


HHS Announces New $25.5 Billion Round of COVID-19 Provider Funding

Phase 4 Payments for Providers Who Can Document Revenue Loss and Expenses Associated With the COVID-19 Pandemic


Governor Whitmer Declares September to be Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month in Michigan!

“Chiropractic and other conservative, drug-free forms of health care can and must play a major role in helping to ease the immense burden facing our state…”