Wondering how long you are requried to keep patient records? Montana law requires the following:
24.126.411 PATIENT RECORDS RETENTION
(1) Chiropractors are required to retain adult patient records and x-rays for a minimum of five years and a minor patient's records and x-rays for a minimum of five years from their last treatment or at least one year past their 18th birthday. Medicaid requires that minor patient records be kept until the patient's 23rd birthday.
Follow this link to ACO Supreme Court decision June 28, 2012
Dr. Michael Anderson 2013 Chiropractor of the Year
Dr. Michael Anderson of Missoula was honored as the MCA 2013 Chiropractor of the Year. Dr. Anderson is a graduate of Palmer Chiropractic College and has been in practice for 23 years. He and his wife, Sandy, have three boys, Ryan, Matt and Kyle. Dr. Anderson has been in a multi-discipline practice in Missoula for 15 years and previously had a solo practice. He is a Bitterrot Bucs board member, youth group leader and baseball coach.
Dr. Arvin Wilson Inducted into Montana Chiropractic Hall of Fame
Dr. Arvin Wilson was inducted into the MCA Hall of Fame on May 18, 2013 at the annual conference in Great Falls. Dr. Wilson practices in Whitefish and served as MCA legislative committee chair for 6 years, the MCA board of directors and was vice president of the Montana Chiropractic Association. He also served as vice president of the state board and is a past president of the state board.