Private Practice Institute Online: Faculty Disclosures

In compliance with requirements of ASHA's Continuing Education Board concerning transparency in course planning, delivery, and marketing, below is information on speakers' financial and non-financial interests relevant to the content of their presentation.

Speaker Session(s) Relevant Financial Relationship Relevant Non-Financial Relationship
Heather Bupp Ethical Marketing and Advertising ASHA staff None
Diana Christiana Telepractice in Private Practice Pearson-Psyche Corp. consulting fee ASHA ad hoc committee on telepractice member; co-author of committee's Professional Issues document. Presentations and posters at ASHA conventions. American Telemedicine Association: co-author of articles, Telerehab SIG member
Julie Irwin Apps for Better Business: Organize, Store, and Retrieve Data Easily None None
Laurie Alban Havens Changes to Medicaid: What's the Impact? ASHA Staff None
Kelly Hoelzer Lovett Are They Employees or Independent Contractors? None None
Tom Jelen Make Your Practice Shine Online ASHA staff None
Patrick May

Target Marketing 2.0

Using Social Media and Web 2.0 to Grow Your Business

None None
Janet McCarty Private Health Plans: Understand the Changes and Optimize Payment ASHA staff Contributor of multiple for-sale ASHA products on the topic of health plan payments, coding, and payer advocacy. Receives no compensation for product sales.
Lisa Satterfield Getting Paid by Medicare: 2013 Policy Changes ASHA staff Participate in meetings with CMS, MedPAC, and other federal agencies related to health care policies
Kevin St.Clergy Front Desk Strategies to Increase Patient Satisfaction and Profitability None None
Lynn Steffes Booming Business: Trends That Create Opportunities None None

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