April 9, 2013 — The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) announced that the following organizations have demonstrated their support for ACA’s mission to advance the chiropractic profession by joining the association as corporate members:
Carestream Health is a provider of medical imaging systems including analog X-ray equipment, computed radiology scanners, digital radiology detectors, and laser printers. These products work together to provide a complete solution for chiropractors looking to move digital X-rays for diagnosis.
Humanscale is a designer and manufacturer of ergonomic products for the office and home. Their ergonomic solutions-including seating, task lighting, keyboard supports, monitor arms, height-adjustable tables, air purifiers and more-create safe and comfortable work environments for computer users, minimizing the risk of discomfort and injury.
Identity Force offers identity protection services that can help ACA members stay protected from the hassle and heartache of identity fraud. Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the U.S. It can happen anytime, anywhere. Receive a free 30-day trial, plus a special monthly discount, just for being part of the ACA.
ReferralPro allows medical doctors, DCs, other healthcare providers, mental health workers, and fitness experts to connect with other health professionals in their region, make referrals, collaborate on behalf of shared cases, and build their own preferred referral network.
ACA’s Corporate Membership Program allows companies to demonstrate meaningful support for the chiropractic profession while also increasing their profiles within the chiropractic community. ACA connects its corporate members to the entire spectrum of ACA members — not only chiropractic physicians, but also thousands of chiropractic students with years of practice ahead of them and chiropractic assistants who make many purchasing decisions.
Corporate member dues, in turn, help ACA continue its many initiatives aimed at advancing the chiropractic profession and expanding access to care for patients.
Source: American Chiropractic Association, acatoday.org