NEW ATTENDEE WELCOME BREAKFAST

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Transcript NEW ATTENDEE WELCOME BREAKFAST

New Attendee
Welcome Breakfast
FCLB HOSTS:
Dr. Henry W. Hulteen
Honorary Fellow & Former FCLB Chair
Dr. Michael Coon (SC)
FCLB District V Director
Mission
“To protect the public
by promoting excellence
in chiropractic regulation
through service to
our member boards.”
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FCLB Milestones
1919: First meeting of chiropractic
regulation
1926: Started meeting as Council of
Chiropractic State Examining
Boards
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1947: Regulatory boards disaffiliated
themselves from national
professional associations
FCLB Milestones
1957: Council on Chiropractic State
Examining Boards incorporated
under Wyoming law
1961: Formed the NBCE
(NBCE started testing in 1963)
1968:
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Renamed to FCLB, designated nonprofit organization: 501 (c) 6 by IRS
FCLB Milestones
1974: Spearheaded CCE’s final
recognition by U.S. Department
of Education
1987: Revamped the FCLB vision
Upgraded education
conferences
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1991: Professional offices provided by
NBCE
FCLB Milestones
1993: CIN-BAD debut
Computerized database of
regulatory board actions
1994: FCLB cited in Congressional
legislation; regulators gain voice
in military demonstration project
1996: CIN-BAD database recognized by
US national insurance accreditor
(NCQA)
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FCLB Milestones
2005: NBCE provides expanded office
space and furnishings
2006: Launched PACE program
2008: Designated non-profit 501 (c) 3
by IRS
2009: New Web site launched to better
serve our members
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FCLB Milestones
2012: Student Outreach Program
initiated – application support
2013: Officially Launching Certified
Chiropractic Clinical Assistant
(CCCA) Program
2014: Up to you!
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FCLB Today
Energetic, visionary governing board
Involved, creative members
Professional staff
Efficient offices
Expanded member services
Connected with the larger regulatory
community
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Purpose
Maintain high uniform standards
— chiropractic licensure
— regulation
— discipline
— education
- FCLB Articles of Incorporation
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Authority
We have no binding authority over
state or provincial licensing boards
Their authority comes from statutes and
regulations specific to their state or province
We do hold considerable authority as the
national / international standard
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Our members help develop
those standards!
FCLB Leadership
FCLB Board of Directors (10)
Delegate Assembly
Districts elect
elects Officers,
5 District Directors
Administrative Fellow
ELECT
Director
FCLB Delegates / Alternates
DESIGNATE
FCLB Member Boards
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Organization
Delegates and Districts:
Each board is represented by a delegate
(and alternate to serve in his/her absence)
• Delegate can be DC (Fellow or Honorary Fellow),
public member, or Administrative Fellow
(board decides)
• 5 geographical regions (districts)
• Delegates elect a director for each district
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Organization
District Directors (5)
- serve a maximum of two 3 year terms
Dr. Donn Fahrendorf (SD) – District l
Dr. Gary Pennebaker (MN) – District ll *
Dr. Ali Jafari (NY) – District lll
Dr. Maggie Colucci (NV) – District lV
Dr. Michael Coon (SC) – District V
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*Current Board Chair
Organization
Officers (4)
– elected by delegates, one 2-year term in each office
President: Dr. Lawrence O’Connor (NJ)
Vice President: Dr. LeRoy Otto (MN)
Treasurer: Dr. Farrel Grossman (SC)
Imm. Past President: Dr. Daniel Saint-Germain (QC)
Administrative Fellow Director
–elected by delegates, max two 3-year terms
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Dr. Larry Spicer (MN)
FCLB 2013 Elections
Single two-year term: (Delegate Assembly)
• President
• Vice President
• Treasurer
Initial three-year term: (District III delegates)
• District III Director and Alternate
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It all starts with our members!
Member roles
Fellow – DC or public board member
Honorary Fellow – served on a board for 3
or more years; no longer on a board but still
FCLB family!
Administrative Fellow – top chiropractic
board administrator of each board
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Other Organizations
FCLB is highly involved with other
organizations
– Appoints regulatory representatives to:
– Council on Chiropractic Guidelines
& Practice Parameters
– National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
– National Practitioner Databank
Executive Committee
– Federation of Associations of Regulatory
Boards
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Other Organizations
– Works with other leading
organizations to help chart the future
of the profession, speaking for public
protection
– Presents official comments policy
issues, from regulatory perspective
• Inter-jurisdictional mobility
• White paper on minimal qualifications to
perform spinal manipulation
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CBAC
Chiropractic Board
Administrators Committee
– Beth Carter (OK), Chair
– Marcia Walter (SD)
– Larry Spicer, D.C. (MN) Board Liaison
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Serving Member Boards
Connecting, Communicating
– Official Directory
– PowerPolls
– Educational conferences
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Serving Member Boards
Annual educational conference &
delegate assembly meeting
– Elections
– Adoption of resolutions
– Bylaws revisions
District (Regional) Meetings
– Informal networking &
problem-solving sessions
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Serving Member Boards
Sharing resources
to reduce workload
CIN-BAD
– Licensure & disciplinary info on the web
PACE
– Streamlines continuing education
program approval & record keeping
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Serving Member Boards
Sharing resources
to reduce workload
– New board member orientation
– Model code of conduct:
board members
– Model disciplinary code
– Fraud task force – position papers
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Serving Member Boards
Advance Notification
News Alerts
– Advise of licensees in the media
– Gives boards “heads-up” about
DCs who may pose threat to public
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Where is our energy
currently focused?
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CCCA
Certified Chiropractic
Clinical Assistants
− Uniform standards
− Verifiable credentials
− Continuing education
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Mobility & Regulation
How to keep offenders from
crossing borders?
Worldwide regulation is just now emerging
in many countries
– FCLB working through ICRF with WFC and
other global partners to increase awareness
– Plan to expand CIN-BAD to international
practitioner registry
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Mobility & Regulation
Conversely, how do we increase
mobility for ethical DCs?
More chiropractic colleges outside US!
What does a competent
chiropractor look like?
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Can mutual recognition of
accreditation and exams serve as
common credentials “currency”?
Federal OIG Report
US Office of the Inspector General
Documentation & record-keeping errors:
– 2/3 of claims submissions have
problems
– Chiropractic leadership organizations
working with CMS to address problem
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Federal OIG Report
FCLB 2006 Resolution
• Encourages member boards to
require CE in documentation &
recordkeeping
• Encourages CCE to include
documentation & recordkeeping
in chiropractic curriculum
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• Suggests NBCE reflect
doc & rec in exams
What’s next ?
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What’s next ?
2013 Fall Regional Meetings
Districts I & IV
September 19-22
Vancouver, WA
Districts III & V
September 19-22
Washington, DC
District II
October 17-20
Fort Walton Beach, FL
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Staff Resources
Donna M. Liewer, Executive Director
Bridget Seader, Program Administrator
Julie Finn, Executive Assistant
Joan Carl, Finance & Benefits Manager
Kelly Webb, PR & PACE Coordinator
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Contact Us …
By phone: (970) 356-3500
(Colorado)
Greeley office hours
8 AM to 4 PM
By e-mail: [email protected]
Or visit our website:
www.fclb.org
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