Reston, VA (PRWEB) June 17, 2015
Today’s practice owners must master many roles, from CEO to clinical service provider. Gaining the skills and knowledge needed to stay relevant and profitable in a rapidly changing environment can be challenging.
Join your colleagues September 11–12, in Baltimore, MD, where you will learn from industry experts, better understand your rights and responsibilities as a business owner, and develop tools and techniques that can take your practice from surviving to thriving. Program Chair Karen Jacobs, AuD, with AVA Hearing Center in Grand Rapids, MI, has developed a comprehensive line-up of presenters and topics, as well as fun networking opportunities for this one-and-half-day meeting.
Top Ten Reasons to Attend
1. Learn more from Craig A. Castelli, CEO and Managing Partner, Caber Hill Advisors, about how you should treat your practice like an investment.
2. Earn 10 hours of Tier 1 continuing education.
3. Network and learn from colleagues and experts about the latest trends and challenges in practice management.
4. Meet Harvey B. Abrams, PhD, and apply his data and research to improve your practice.
5. Get hands-on takeaways that you can immediately use in your day-to-day business.
6. Connect with Therese Walden, AuD, and better understand the changing role of private practice in the health-care arena.
7. Catch up with colleagues and friends at an evening baseball game.
8. Connect with industry representatives about their latest products and services.
9. Get ideas from Laurel Gregory, CEO, Living in Your Light, about how to manage employee engagement.
10. Meet Gyl Kasewurm, AuD, and get the tools you need to help drive your business.
The training content is based on the knowledge, skills, and tasks derived from the American Board of Audiology Practice Analysis in Clinical Audiology 2015, Knowledge Domain #3: Professional Practice.
This meeting is sponsored in part by e3 Kimmetrics-Biocoustics, Siemens, and Widex USA.
Register at http://www.audiology.org/practice-management-specialty-meeting by July 31 and Save.
The American Academy of Audiology is the world's largest professional organization of, by, and for audiologists. With an active membership of more than 12,000 audiologists, the Academy promotes quality hearing and balance care by advancing the profession of audiology through leadership, advocacy, education, public awareness, and support of research.