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Current State Chiropractic Association Bills

Alabama – SB234

Chiropractors, chiropractic agreements with patients, not considered insurance, physician agreements, not subject to regulation as insurance, license to sell or market not required, requirements for agreement established, discontinuance of services under the agreement, Ala. Physicians Direct Pay Act

Alabama – HB136

Chiropractors, chiropractic agreements with patients, not considered insurance, physician agreements, not subject to regulation as insurance, license to sell or market not required, requirements for agreement established, discontinuance of services under the agreement, Ala. Physicians Direct Pay Act

Arizona – HB2120

AHCCCS; chiropractic coverage

Arizona – SB1086

AHCCCS; chiropractic services

Arizona – HB2135

AHCCCS; chiropractic services.

Arkansas – HB1978

TO AMEND THE STATUTES CONCERNING PROCURERS; AND TO REGULATE THE USE OF A PROCURER BY A LICENSED CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN.

Colorado – SB239

Animal Chiropractic Education And Reporting Requirements

Connecticut – HB5907

AN ACT CONCERNING THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN THROUGH CHIROPRACTORS AND WITHOUT THE USE OF OPIOID DRUGS.

Florida – SB1078

Chiropractic Medicine

Florida – SB994

Practice of Chiropractic

Georgia – HB9

Chiropractic practice; lien on a cause of action;

provide

Illinois – HB2162

INS CD-NONDISCRIMINATION

Illinois – HB2850

SCH CD-CONCUSSION-PHYSICIAN

Indiana – SB162

Chronic pain management.

Kentucky – SB61

AN ACT relating to students of chiropractic.

Kentucky – HB305

AN ACT relating to students of chiropractic.

Kentucky – SR95

Recognize the chiropractic profession as the first line of treatment in an effort to serve the citizens of the Commonwealth in a manner that deters the use of opioids.

Louisiana – HB820

CHIROPRACTORS: Provides relative to the practice of chiropractic

Maine – LD234

Resolve, To Increase Certain Chiropractic Reimbursement Rates under the MaineCare Program

Maine – LD849

An Act To Allow Chiropractic Internships

Maine – LD154

An Act To Amend the Law Governing MaineCare Coverage of Chiropractic Treatment

Massachusetts – SB1251

An Act relative to students of chiropractic

Minnesota – SF2341

Chiropractic services coverage under medical assistance (MA) and MinnesotaCare modification

Minnesota – HF1394

Chiropractic services coverage under medical assistance and MinnesotaCare modified.

Missouri – HB1911

Creates new provisions of law relating to animal chiropractic practitioners

Missouri – HB1516

Specifies that licensed chiropractic physicians may treat and be reimbursed for conditions currently reimbursed under MO HealthNet

Missouri – SB746

Creates provisions relating to the practice of animal chiropractic

Missouri – HB1144

Modifies provisions relating to animal chiropractic practitioners

Nebraska – LB439

Require coverage for chiropractic services under the Medical Assistance Act

Nevada – SB436

AN ACT relating to professional entities; authorizing professional entities to provide professional services relating to the practice of chiropractic under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.

New Jersey – A4783

Provides for temporary travel license to practice chiropractic.

New Mexico – SB411

CHIROPRACTIC COST SHARING LIMITS

New York – AB6525

Permits doctors of chiropractic to form limited liability companies

New York – AB4405

Relates to modernizing the chiropractic scope of practice; repealer

Ohio – HB151

To create the Chiropractic Loan Repayment Program and to revise certain laws administered by the State Chiropractic Board.

Oklahoma – SB387

Chiropractic practice; amending various provisions of the Oklahoma Chiropractic Practice Act. Effective date.

Tennessee – HB150

Opioids – As introduced, defines “”alternative treatments,”” for purposes of the requirement that prescribing physicians explain reasonable alternatives to opioids, as including chiropractic care, physical therapy, acupuncture, and other treatments that relieve pain without the use of opioids. – …

Tennessee – SB1206

Accident – As introduced, prohibits a health insurance entity from issuing policies for health insurance coverage that prohibit an insured from paying the lesser of the cost of a medical or chiropractic service offered by a physician or chiropractor, and the cost of the copayment for the medical or …

Tennessee – SB511

Boards and Commissions – As introduced, requires the board of chiropractic examiners to post the names of X-ray operators who hold a current certificate of proficiency on the board’s website. – Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 29 and Title 63.

Tennessee – HB724

Boards and Commissions – As introduced, requires the board of chiropractic examiners to post the names of X-ray operators who hold a current certificate of proficiency on the board’s website. – Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 29 and Title 63.

Tennessee – HB655

Accident – As introduced, prohibits a health insurance entity from issuing policies for health insurance coverage that prohibit an insured from paying the lesser of the cost of a medical or chiropractic service offered by a physician or chiropractor, and the cost of the copayment for the medical or …

Tennessee – SB194

Opioids – As introduced, defines “”alternative treatments,”” for purposes of the requirement that prescribing physicians explain reasonable alternatives to opioids, as including chiropractic care, physical therapy, acupuncture, and other treatments that relieve pain without the use of opioids. – …

Tennessee – SB162

Boards and Commissions – As introduced, requires the board of chiropractic examiners to post the names of X-ray operators who hold a current certificate of proficiency on the board’s website. – Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 29 and Title 63, Chapter 4.

Texas – HCR125

Designating October as Chiropractic Health Month for a 10-year period beginning in 2019.

Texas – HB2869

Relating to the provision of acupuncture services by a chiropractor under a certificate issued by the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners.

Texas – HB3194

Relating to the regulation of the practice of acupuncture.

Texas – HB2733

Relating to the scope of practice for chiropractors.

Virginia – HB298

Chiropractic, practice of; expands definition.

Vermont – S1

An act relating to co-payment limits for chiropractic care and physical therapy

Washington – SB5817

Concerning senior students in accredited schools of chiropractic.

Washington – HB1477

Concerning senior students in accredited schools of