Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Sign In   |   Register
Community Search
Resources: Medicare; HSCA Guides; Ethical Code & Bylaws
Share |
           
 
Members: Click here for Medicare information
 
The link above is on our site resource for up to date Medicare information, policies & requirements. This information is from multiple sources including: CMS, Noridian Healthcare Solutions, and HSCA authors.The information presented here is meant to be an aid to HSCA members and is not an exhaustive list. Our goal is to be a resource to assist you in finding necessary information to  properly comply with the Federal statutes and process claims.
 
If you do not find a specific item or an answer to your question, we suggest you follow up directly with Noridian Healthcare Solutions, LLC the Hawaii Jurisdiction Medicare Contractor: (Jurisdiction JE)
     To check benefits:     (855) 609-9960  (Service Center)
     Local Ombudsman:   (808) 230-8201 (Jean Matsushita)

     Paper Claims Mailing Address:
                                                      Medicare Part B Claims, JE Hawaii
                                                            P.O. Box 6777
                                                            Fargo, ND  58108-6777
 
As a direct member benefit, you may call the HSCA telephone line (808) 926-8883 and speak to us directly about your concerns. Please note that HSCA members are given preference to our staffing, time and knowledge base. 

 

           
 

Chiropractic is Safe.

Records form insurance and court cases have constantly shown that chiropractic is the safest portal of entry health care available to the public today. Although no healthcare procedures are 100% safe, chiropractic stands on its record of safety and effectiveness unmatched in healthcare. To learn more about the safety record of chiropractic please visit the website Chiropractic Is Safe at www.chiropracticissafe.org.


 

 

Qualification of a Doctor of Chiropractic

Doctors of Chiropractic receive extensive, demanding professional education on par with medical doctors (MDs) and osteopaths (DOs).  To receive the doctor of chiropractic degree, candidates must complete extensive undergraduate prerequisites and four years of graduate-level instruction and internship at an accredited chiropractic institution. Comprehensive knowledge of all systems of the body and diagnostic procedures enable the DC to thoroughly evaluate a patient, address disorders relating to the spine and determine the need for referral to another health care provider.

 Doctors of Chiropractic are primary health care providers.  According to the Center for Studies in Health Policy, "The DC can provide all three levels of primary care interventions and therefore is a primary care provider, as are MDs and DOs. The doctor of chiropractic is a gatekeeper to the health care system and an independent practitioner who provides primary care services. The DC's office is a direct access portal of entry to the full scope of service."

Doctors of Chiropractic are licensed in all 50 states.  DCs have been licensed and recognized for many decades in all states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.



Sign In
Sign In securely