ACA and Coalitions: A Winning Combination

May 5, 2020

By Meghan O’Brien Representing the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) to Congress and the federal agencies, while rewarding and fun, is also a big job.  One of the things I enjoy about working in federal government relations is navigating the interplay...

Questions About the Medicare Economic Stimulus and Other Thoughts

April 17, 2020

By John Falardeau Recently, Medicare providers, including chiropractors, who filed claims in 2019 discovered that funds were distributed automatically to their checking accounts. These are payments, not loans, to healthcare providers and will not need to be repaid. Since the...

Top 10 ACA Blog Posts of 2019

January 22, 2020

Our review of the top 10 blog posts on ACA Blogs in 2019 provides plenty of evidence that readers are most interested in topics that will help them better care for their patients as well as information on new developments in health...

ACA Announces Legislative Priorities for 116th Congress

April 2, 2019

By John Falardeau With the new year and the first session of the 116th Congress underway, the American Chiropractic Association is ready to tackle a number of important legislative issues on behalf of ACA members, patients and the chiropractic profession. Here...

Affordable Care Act Struck Down in Federal Court: What’s Next

December 19, 2018

Late last Friday evening, a Texas federal judge struck down the entire Affordable Care Act. It wasn’t long after that the California attorney general's office said California and other defendant states would challenge the ruling with an appeal in the...

Post Election Report 2018

November 9, 2018

"Election Night Defied a Single Takeaway" "People like to understand things. It’s an earnest and charming quality of the human race. We like to flip to the back of the book to look at the answers. We like it when...