Finding Success in Patient-Centered, Evidence-Based Practices

February 4, 2019 -- Join Logan University and Logan’s Student American Chiropractic Association on Feb. 11 to learn more about finding success in patient-centered, evidence-based practices with Ray Tuck, DC and Lee Matthis, DC of Tuck Chiropractic Clinic, a large multi-clinic group practice in Virginia. 

A reception will be held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the Purser Center with the lecture immediately following. All students, faculty, staff and alumni are welcome to attend this free event, however registration is required. Click for more information and to RSVP.

It’s the greatest time to be a chiropractor,” said Dr. Tuck. “With the need for more conservative options for pain, as well as an overall philosophy in health care centering around cost effectiveness and wellness, chiropractic has an opportunity to be one of the key elements in care delivery.”

Over the past 20 years, Dr. Tuck has been successful in replicating quality, patient-centered care through continuous evaluation and improvement in his clinic system of 18 doctors. “Once we were able to define quality and train our clinical team, we were able to create metrics to provide feedback to our group, enabling them to continuously improve while keeping the patient at the center of our activities―also known as patient-centered care.”

Dr. Tuck said he’s always respected the patient’s voice in care delivery and believes it has been the most critical piece of creating successful outcomes. “Key metrics, such as the patient’s perception of the care received and defined quality metrics on the care delivery while using best business practices, will position all caregivers for success in today’s and tomorrow’s health care world.”

For more information about Dr. Tuck and his team, visit


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