Alert: Premium Relief
NCMIC is offering billing support for those policyholders who have been impacted by efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We are also continuing to monitor directives from State Departments of Insurance that may provide additional options to assist those who have been impacted by recent events. If you would like to speak with an NCMIC representative, please contact us at 1-800-247-8043.
Coronavirus and its effect on our day-to-day activities continues to evolve rapidly. From how to talk to patients who want to cancel appointments to a sharable flyer for your office, we’ve developed a number of resources to help you handle the impact on your practice, staff and patients.
- How and When to Get Telehealth Consent
- Telehealth: Avoid Making Technology Assumptions of Your Patients
- Telehealth Without Access to Records
- Patient Consent Guidelines for Telemedicine Services
- NCMIC’s Statement on Telemedicine Support
- Things to Consider Before Including Telemedicine in Your Practice
Compliance / Alerts
- Beware of OCR Scam Asking for Personal Health Information
- Joint Commission Approves Homemade Face Masks
- The Federal Trade Commission’s Response about Checks from the Government
My Self Care
- 9 Ways to Take Care of Your Own Mental Health Right Now
- How to Create a Routine in a Time of Uncertainty
- NCMIC Funds More Than $4 Million in PPP Loans
- Documenting During COVID-19 – What You Need to Know
- Donning and Doffing PPE
- Understanding Personal Protective Equipment
- Why Lawyers Always Say, “It Depends”
- Antibody Testing: Risks and Concerns
- 13 Ways Doctors of Chiropractic Can Participate During a Broader Medical Emergency or Natural Disaster
- Preparing for a New Normal
- How to Avoid a Coronavirus “Phishing” Scam in Your Practice
- Sanitation Guidelines and Best Practices for Risk Management in Your Practice
- What You Need to Know About the Paycheck Protection Program
- Customer Support FAQs about COVID-19 and Your Practice
- What Can You Do to Work On Your Practice Right Now?
- Federal and State Resources for Chiropractors
- Federal and State Resources for Naturopaths
- Should I Keep Practicing During This Pandemic?
- Protect Your Practice from Coronavirus Info Security Risks
- What is Contact Tracing and How are Scammers Taking Advantage
- Reopening Your Practice: A Patient Communications Checklist
- What Constitutes a Fever?
- COVID-19 Resources in 30+ Languages
- Tips to Help Avoid Patient Abandonment During This Time
- COVID-19 Practice Exposure – Communicating With Your Patients
- 10 Ways to Stay Connected with Your Patients
- How to Discuss Coronavirus with Patients
- Helpful Information to Share with Patients
- HIPAA Reminder – COVID-19
We are bringing together NCMIC sources, and experts in the broader field, to lead webinars discussing topics that are relevant to you in this historic time.
Note: At this time, our free webinars are not eligible for continuing education (CE) credits.
Stay up to date on what’s happening in your state.
- State Chiropractic Associations (opens in a new window)
- State Health Departments (opens in a new window)
- State Licensing Boards (opens in a new window)
For additional trusted resources about the coronavirus, we recommend these websites. We will monitor and update the list as the situation evolves.
- Serological testing for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies (opens in a new window)
- Mental Health Resources for Health Care Providers (opens in a new window)
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act Q&A (opens in a new window)
- Coronavirus and Forbearance Info for Students Borrowers and Parents (opens in a new window)
- CDC Communication Resources (opens in a new window)
- CDC How COVID-19 Spreads (opens in a new window)
- World Health Organization: Q&A on Coronavirus (COVID-19) (opens in a new window)
- John Hopkins University COVID-19 Dashboard (opens in a new window)
- Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus
Knowledge to keep you sharp
Your repository for trusted and up-to-date information on COVID-19 issues, including HIPAA concerns and how to discuss with patients.