Transparency is a core value of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association and has evolved into a driving force behind all of the PCA’s key initiatives, including financial disclosures and the conduct of PCA business. As a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization, PCA’s members will find the association to be open and responsive to members’ inquiries. Also, PCA’s regularly scheduled Board meetings are open for members to attend and to observe.
Of particular importance, especially as our nation and Pennsylvania engage in the transformation of the health care delivery system, is to improve transparency in all aspects of health care. That spirit of integrity is now more important than ever and the PCA continues to advocate for transparency in health care and to foster collaborations and innovations with businesses and political leaders, health plans, and health care providers.
Doctors of Chiropractic, both members and non-members, need and deserve access to information that can influence the decisions they make about affiliating with professional associations--PCA included. The Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association has served its members, as well as worked with health care associations, public policy decision-makers, businesses, the media, and community leaders.
PCA’s commitment, embodied in our strategic plan PCA2020, to you is several-fold and in fulfilling our commitment, we promise to:
In mid-2014, a diverse group of current and former PCA leaders met and created PCA2020, a 5-year strategic plan to guide the Keystone State’s Chiropractic profession (link to PCA2020 here). The plan is built upon five strategic pillars:
If you have any questions, concerns and/or ideas to improve PCA’s service to you, PLEASE feel free to email PCA at your convenience.
Thank you again for visiting the “virtual PCA” and checking out the numerous services and opportunities afforded to PCA members.
PCA is dedicated to the Chiropractic profession and led by Chiropractors. We have 9 different committees of practicing Chiropractors working hard for PCA members. Some of these committees ensure numerous quality options for continuing education seminars, answer insurance and legal questions, and work to provide a convention for Pennsylvania DCs and Chiropractic Assistants every year.
The Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association is the state's largest Chiropractic healthcare association. We have 1,000 members--DCs and businesses--across Pennsylvania. Through hard work and tenacity, PCA has gained a reputation for knowledge and commitment in serving our doctors’ needs.
With a headquarters office staffed by dedicated professionals, PCA is located within walking distance of the state capitol complex in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. We pride ourselves on a full-service approach to our membership that is recognized statewide by members and non-members alike. By keeping members informed of the latest professional information and news, we are helping the Chiropractic profession and improving quality of care for patients.