Brunch and Learn is an opportunity to participate in an interactive presentation. Speakers may be new D.C.s, seasoned D.C.s, or business experts from the community.The time is limited to one class period and is usually offered during the club hour: Tuesday or Friday at Davenport campus; Monday or Friday at Florida campus.

Arrive when you can and leave when you must.


What you can do now to prepare for business

Friday, July 28

9:20-10:10 a.m., Davenport campus, Business Center Classroom

Business classes are offered in the D.C. curriculum for 8th, 9th, and 10th Tri students. Group Coaching is available during 6th Tri. This "What you can do now"  session is geared for students in Trimesters 1-5. Marsha Hardacre, M.Ed. presents.

Realities of Cash Practice vs Insurance Practice

Tuesday, August 8

9:20-10:10 a.m., Davenport campus, Business Center Classroom

When you’re thinking about the kind of practice you want to operate at some point the question of accepting insurance comes p, at least it should. In a profession riddled with consultants tell student how they “should” practice is can be confusing and frustrating to decide what is best for you.
There are a number of factors you need to consider, location, skill sets, professional beliefs, kind of care you will be providing, and o much more. This one hour coarse will begin to outline for the student the questions you need to ask yourself to come to the right decision for you.
Unfortunately there is not one answer for everyone. Each person must go through this process for themselves. We are here to help you do just that! Bharon Hoag, Executive Director of OneChiropractic presents.

DoD/VA Student Rotation Program

Wednesday, August 9

4-5 p.m., Davenport campus, Business Center Classroom

Hear what it’s like to do a student rotation at a VA hospital. VA doctors and students currently in the program will talk about their experiences.
Location: Business Center classroom. Offered in partnership with the Clinic Capstone Program. Seating is limited to those who sign up in advance.
RSVP using the Palmer CareerNetwork  

Case Studies from a VA Hospital

Thursday, August 23

4-5 p.m., Davenport campus, Business Center Classroom

Dr. Nate Hinkeldey is a chiropractor on staff at the VA Hospital in Des Moines, Iowa. While a student at Palmer, he interned at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. This experience stressed the importance of service and evidence-based multi-modal care models. He graduated from Palmer College in 2011. In this continuous series, Dr. Nate and his interns will present cases not usually seen in a chiropractic clinic.

MedPro: Risk Management

Thursday, August 24

4:00-5:30 p.m., Davenport campus, Business Center Classroom

Why do patients sue?  What goes awry in patient care that results in dissatisfaction or harm?  What steps can the Chiropractor implement to mitigate the risks of an unplanned event or unexpected treatment outcome?
Whether you’re new to the profession or a seasoned provider, you will gain insights regarding the potential risks and liabilities associated with providing chiropractic healthcare services.
Presented by Russ Pride, MA, CPHRM / Sr. Patient Safety & Risk Consultant MedPro Group / Princeton Insurance

MedPro: Malpractice 101

Friday, August 25

9:20-10:10 a.m., Davenport campus, Business Center Classroom

MedPro Group provides the unique opportunity to learn more about medical malpractice as it relates to chiropractic – in addition, students will hear information related to clinical risk management directly from MedPro Group’s Sr. Patient Safety and Risk Consultant, Russ Pride. Malpractice 101 is presented by Mike Peters, CPCU, RPLU / Director of Sales / Healthcare Professionals Division.

Mentorships

Tuesday, August 29

9:20-10:10 a.m., Davenport campus, Business Center Classroom

Dr. Kyrie Kleinfelter explains how to choose a mentor and how to make the most of your relationship to achieve your goals. Dr. Kyrie has built a successful practice, 1st Place Chiropractic, in Saint Charles, Illinois. Dr.Kyrie is a Palmer graduate.

Transitioning from an Associate to Owner

Friday, September 8

9:20-10:10 a.m., Davenport campus, Business Center Classroom

About 1/3 of new grads choose to associate. Most continue in that role for 2-3 years. How will you know when you are ready to start your own practice? 2010 grads Seth & Carri Anderson opened their own clinic in 2013. They will share the steps to follow for a healthy transition from the safety of steady employment to the freedom of business ownership.

Networking

Tuesday, September 12

9:20-10:10 a.m., Davenport campus, Business Center Classroom

Dr. Chris LoRang has made his mark in the community he serves. In 2015 he was won the Entrepreneur Spirit Award from The Des Moines Register. In 2016, his clinic gained recognition through the Community Champion Award. Each November you’ll find him greeting neighbors in his clinic during the East Village Promenade. During this live Skype presentation, Dr. LoRang will share the importance of community involvement and how it can positively impact your clinic. He is a 2013 Graduate of Palmer. 

Please Note: Palmer College of Chiropractic does not endorse or recommend any of the products, services or tactics presented at our Vendor Showcase, Brunch and Learn or Business Module events. As with all practice purchases and marketing strategies, we suggest conducting thorough research before determining whether something is right for you and your practice.

Finance 101

Date: Thursday, August 3, two sessions

12:15-1:00 p.m. and 1:15-2:00 p.m.

West campus
Room 115 (12:15 p.m.) and Room 115 (1:15 p.m.)

Dr. Jamie Bedle will present advice for financial success within a chiropractic practice. This session includes determining your value in practice, handling finances regarding loans and personal expenses, and opportunities to make extra money to complement your practice. Come listen and bring questions on what you can start doing now and in practice to better your financial status!  

MedPro: Malpractice 101 

Date: Monday, August 21

9:30-10:30 a.m.

West campus
Room 115

MedPro Group provides the unique opportunity to learn more about medical malpractice as it relates to chiropractic – in addition, students will hear information related to clinical risk management directly from MedPro Group’s Sr. Patient Safety and Risk Consultant, Russ Pride. Malpractice 101 is presented by Mike Peters,   

MedPro: Risk Management

Date: Monday, August 21, two sessions

12:15-1:00 p.m. and 1:15-2:00 p.m.

West campus
Room 115

Why do patients sue?  What goes awry in patient care that results in dissatisfaction or harm?  What steps can the Chiropractor implement to mitigate the risks of an unplanned event or unexpected treatment outcome?
Whether you’re new to the profession or a seasoned provider, you will gain insights regarding the potential risks and liabilities associated with providing chiropractic healthcare services.
Presented by Russ Pride, MA, CPHRM / Sr. Patient Safety & Risk Consultant MedPro Group / Princeton Insurance

Please Note:Palmer College of Chiropractic does not endorse or recommend any of the products, services or tactics presented at our Vendor Showcase, Brunch and Learn or Business Module events. As with all practice purchases and marketing strategies, we suggest conducting thorough research before determining whether something is right for you and your practice.


Integrated Practices 

Friday, August 4

  • 9:30 a.m., Room 2125 
  • Refreshments Provided, No RSVP Required
  • Speaker: Dr. Matthew Jenkins

 

Malpractice 101 

Wednesday, August 23

  • 1:20 p.m., Room 2125 
  • Refreshments Provided, No RSVP Required
  • Speaker: Michael Peters, MedPro Group

Please Note: Palmer College of Chiropractic does not endorse or recommend any of the products, services or tactics presented at our Vendor Showcase, Brunch and Learn or Business Module events. As with all practice purchases and marketing strategies, we suggest conducting thorough research before determining whether something is right for you and your practice.

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