Coronavirus Resources

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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.



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COVID-19 Informed Consent Form (PDF)


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.

Past Recordings Resources
NCMIC Leadership Discusses COVID-19 (opens in a new window)
The Swiftly Changing Telehealth Environment (opens in a new window) Telehealth Supplement (PDF)
Seeing Patients in the Time of COVID-19 (opens in a new window) Konarski-Hart Practice Plan (PDF)

Are You Ready (PDF)

Crisis Communication Plan (PDF)

How Your State Association Can Help — Lizz Klein of COCSA (opens in a new window)
Mental Health Support for Your Patients (and you) (opens in a new window) COVID-19 Stress Management Tips (PDF)
HIPAA Matters During Coronavirus Crisis (opens in a new window) HIPAA Handout (PDF)
Malpractice Defense in the Time of COVID-19 (opens in a new window)
NCMIC Leadership Team Update (opens in a new window)
Chiropractic for a World in Crisis (opens in a new window) Nicole Ingrando Slides and Notes (PDF)

Chiropractic for a World in Crisis Fucinari Notes (PDF)

State Resources

Stay up to date on what’s happening in your state.


For additional trusted resources about the coronavirus, we recommend these websites. We will monitor and update the list as the situation evolves.

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Your repository for trusted and up-to-date information on COVID-19 issues, including HIPAA concerns and how to discuss with patients.

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