December 6-7, 2014
3201 Bankhead Drive
Little Rock, AR
Holiday Inn Airport Conference Center
Saturday, December 6th – 8am – 12pm
Risk Management, Professional Boundaries and Social Networking – 4 hours
Presented By: Ms. Anna K. Allen, MSN, RN, CPHIT, CPEHR
Ms. Allen, NCMIC professional relations representative, received her BSN in nursing from Grandview College and her master’s degree in Nursing Education and Administration from Drake University.
Prior to joining NCMIC, Ms. Allen was a medical fraud analyst supervisor for Unisys Corporation, head nurse/outreach coordinator/educator at Iowa Methodist Medical Center, and emergency department RN. Her specialties included care of the psychiatric and emergency room patient.
She has conceived, planned and presented workshops nationally on health care fraud and care of chronically ill patients and given hundreds of other presentations throughout the U.S. Ms. Allen is an adjunct professor for postgraduate education at National University of Health Sciences, and an adjunct assistant professor to the postgraduate and continuing education faculty of the New York Chiropractic College.
Saturday, December 6th – 12pm – 8pm
Protecting Your Practice in an Overregulated World – 8 hours
Presented By: Ty Talcott, DC, CHPSE
“My career passion is to teach others how to improve their life and business. My study of the human mind, personal relationships, and staff relationships, along with extensive business experience create the perfect background to produce powerful programs for personal and business growth. Ever since selling my clinic (at one time the largest chiropractic practice in the country) I have spent my time working with all types of doctors and health care facilities by taking large complex issues and repackage them in small digestible bits to be more easily implemented. I like being called “The Great Simplifier”. Taking on HIPAA compliance has been a great challenge, but highly gratifying as it is so desperately needed. I hope we have the opportunity to assist you!”
Sunday, December 7th – 8am – 1pm
Chiropractic Physicians – Arkansas Response Skills for Emergency Response Team in Arkansas – 5 hours
Presented By: Karen Konarski-Hart, DC, DABCO, EMT
Dr. Konarski-Hart is an instructor for the American Heart Association. She is an EMT and a member of the AR 1-Disaster Medical Assistance Team, the Little Rock Medical Reserve Corps and the Little Rock community Emergency Reserve Team. She is immediate past president of the Arkansas State Board of Health and sits on the Arkansas Bioterrorism Advisory Committee and the Arkansas department of Health Section of EMS and Trauma Systems Training committee. Dr. Konarski-Hart also teaches disaster response for chiropractic physicians for NCMIC. As Arkansas delegate and liaison for the American Chiropractic Association, she helped develop the ACA’s protocol for chiropractic disaster response. She is in private practice in Little Rock.
Sunday, December 7th - 1pm – 8pm
New Posture… New Look… New You – 7 hours
Presented By: Kurt Larsen, DC, FICS
Dr. Larsen has been in private practice since 1983 in the Hot Springs Village area. Chiropractic Craniopathy and Sacro Occipital Technic is the specialty he has utilized to evaluate and address 100% of the nervous system. This indicator based system can be incorporated into any Chiropractic method.
Larsen has attained multiple certification status levels through SORSI, the organization founder Dr. DeJarnette began to carry on his work. Larsen began teaching though SORSI in 1988 and continues extensive seminar instruction through Foot Levelers since 2004. He also teaches a Pediatrics module as part of the ICA diplomate in Pediatrics 30 weekend program as well as a stand alone seminar for state associations.
The feedback and survey response from Dr. Larsen’s hands on seminars has been excellent. His greatest joy is when a participant really ‘gets’ something and ends up helping a patient with it.