Our September Meeting Will Energize Your Practice

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September is traditionally “back to school” time and at the Institute for Podiatric Excellence and Development (IPED) we are offering our members an opportunity to reinvigorate their practices at our “Innovate, Integrate & Motivate” meeting. Set for September 7th-8that the Pittsburgh Airport Marriott Hotel, the fall seminar promises to provide new insight into medical and practice management issues and provide you with some face to face time with podiatric professionals at all stages of their careers from students to veteran practitioners

Learn from the Experts

We’ve assembled leaders in their respective fields to share information about practice concerns such as:

LCDS, Unexpected Changes to “the rules” of Reimbursement and the Ammunition You Need to Get Paid for the Services You Provide by Mike Demi, RN, CPC, CPMA, CSFAS

The New Tax Laws for 2018: How They Will Impact You and How to Make the Most of It by Paul Wilson, CPRC

Protocol Building Session by Holly Burkman, MBA, PMAC, CMOM, CWAC, CPC

Using Reputation Management and Google/Facebook Advertising to Grow Your Practice by Anil Malik, BSCS (President, Blue Orchid Marketing) and Gary Ignotofsky, MS (President, Web Power Advantage) 

With the goal of improving patient outcomes we’ll have sessions on:

Driving Down Reoccurence Rates in Venous Stasis Ulcers with New Treatment Options by Alec Hochstein, DPM, DABFAS

Podiatric Dermatology Essentials and Biopsy Techniques by Dr. Tracey C. Vlahovic representing Bako Dx

Low Level Laser Therapy in the Podiatric Practice by Richard Silverstein, DPM

We’ll also help you wrestle with complex issues such as:

Thinking Ahead; Your 5-Year Plan and Beyond by Mike Crosby MBA

Additional Providers of Just More “People Power” by Cindy Pezza, PMAC

Leadership; Stepping Confidently Into Being the Leader and Inspiring the Top Down Shifts and Changes in Your Practice by Bailey Frumen, MSW, LCSW

In addition, there will many exhibitors at the meeting eager to share products that can help improve treatment and protocols. There will be ample time during breaks and after meals to visit the exhibitors. You’ll also have a chance to catch up with colleagues and make new contacts in the field of podiatry—something which is a part of IPED’s mission.

Ready to register? See the full brochure and registration materials here. Not a member yet? Learn more about IPED by contacting our Executive Director, Ruth Ann Donahue at 978-296-7634.