Investigators' Guide to
False claims from within the chiropractic community constitute one of the largest and fastest growing areas of concern in the insurance and healthcare industries.
In order to defend against or prosecute false chiropractic claims or chiropractic providers masquerading as medical providers is to understand the laws, regulations and case law affecting chiropractors.
There is not another published work in existence that provides the firepower contained in this manual.
Includes the complete text of the California Chiropractic Initiative Act of 1922, and pertinent excerpts from the California Code of Regulations (Title 16), Business & Professions Code, Health & Safety Code, Crees v. State Board of Medical Examiners and more.
Written by Eric Tackett
Table of Contents
|Section 1||Investigators' Guide to Understanding Chiropractic Law|
|Section 2||California Chiropractic Initiative Act of 1922|
|Section 3||California Code of Regulations, Title 16, Section 300 et seq.|
|Section 4||California Business & Professions Code, Section 1000 et seq.|
|Section 5||Health & Safety Code|
|Section 6||Crees v. State Board of Medical Examiners|
|Section 7||Best Defense is a Good Offense - Civil Remedies for Suspect Claims|
|Section 8||Referring Suspect Claims for Criminal Prosecution|
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