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Acupuncture Risk Management book
Art of Practice Management for Acupuncture Health Care Practices-book
The Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine
Holistic Practice Management Plan Format
work book
Front Office Procedure Book

The Training and Reference Manual
Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine Safe Practice Guidelines & Policies - book
Safe Practice Communication & Successful Practice - audio
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Acupuncture Risk Management. David Kailin's Acupunctue Risk Management book covers in depth the risks and best practices of the technical aspects of treatment itself and the government regulations of clinical practice. The format is easy to use. It can be used internationally with the regulation changes available on the links pages of this website.

The Art of Practice Management for Acupuncture Health Care Practices. The Art of Practice Management covers in depth 19 major areas of practice, in 516 pages so this is the best comprehensive book for overall Practice Management Classes (5 STAR RATED). The Acupuncture Risk Management isn't comprehensive enough to cover the full accreditation requirements in Practice Management Training. The Art of Practice Management is. The Art of PM can be used by students in three or four separate classes, not just one! Classes such as Practice Management I Class, Ethics and Risk Management class, Public Relations and Marketing classes, Patient Communication and Psychology Class and in clinic's Front Office training.

The Art of PM delves deeply into the "Ethics of Practice," addresses the myriad of risks in health care practices and gives you specific step by step ways to build in safe practice communications, policies and procedures of practice management. It doesn't develop the technical aspects of acupuncture treatment itself, which Acupuncture Risk Management does. Therefore, The Art of PM is not a substitute for Acupuncture Risk Management for the "clinical treatment" training by acupuncture and Oriental Medicine practitioners. The Art of PM, however, covers "in great depth" safe practice planning communications, policies and procedures in areas that Acupuncture Risk Management does not, so these two book are complementary. This book can be used internationally with the regulation and laws section on the links section of this website.

The Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Holistic Practice Management Plan Format tests the understanding and competency of the learner in risk management, as well as all areas of practice and is recommended for use with both The Art of Practice Management for Acupuncture Health Care Practices and Acupuncture Risk Management. The Plan Format serves as a vital part of the competency requirements expected for meeting accreditation requirements of schools in the area of practice managegment.

Acupuncture Front Office Procedure: The Training and Reference Manual is the step by step daily operations of practice management from the time your patient walks into the clinic to when he walks out. There is a risk management section in this book. However, it is not as developed as in the Art of Practice Management for Acupuncture Health Care Practices, so it is recommended that the front office procedure book be used with the book below.

AOM Practice Management Safe Practice Guidelines and Policies. Use for training personnel. It could save your practice. This booklet is Chapter 4 of the Art of PM book.

All are essential to provide the vehicle for tapping the wellspring of clear awareness a vital aspect of healing energy through ethics; practice management safe practice communications, policies, procedures and and planning; understanding the implementing the technical treatment aspects and and government compliance in risk management.

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