From what I’ve heard, most chiropractic schools, if not all of them, have some sort of requirement regarding the recruitment of new patients to the school. This factoid is conveniently kept under wraps until you actually start school. I have not yet found any disclosure of, nor information about, this requirement on any chiropractic school websites.
However, the requirement is real. Very real. Your graduation depends on it. Indeed, you could be a straight-A student, you could rock internship clinic, and you could fulfill all of your other requirements, but if you fail to recruit enough new patients to the school’s clinic, you will likely be denied the eligibility to graduate.
Continue reading The Chiropractic School Recruitment Requirement Problem
I should’ve written about this long before now, but the need to write this post reached a pinnacle a few days ago.
I learned from a colleague that the Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners (OBCE) recently considered adding an exception to its anti-fee-splitting rule to allow DCs to enter into promotional arrangements arrangements such as Groupon and LivingSocial that normally split the cost, to the tune of roughly 50%.
Apparently, they’re receptive to the idea of chiropractic doctors using Groupon and are willing to write such an exception into the laws and codes that govern Oregon chiropractors.
Continue reading Does Groupon have a place in chiropractic?
I mentioned in my most recent post that much of the typical chiropractic education ranks somewhere between “a for-profit trade school…and a…religious cult”. That might be/sound harsh, but I wasn’t lying.
Back it up, you say? Fair enough. Oh, let me count the ways…
Continue reading Chiro Cleanup – Part 3: School’s Out(dated)