Monday, November 26, 2012

Pass It On Center Webinar

Join Us for a Webinar Focused on:

Innovative Strategies to Engage DME Suppliers in AT Reuse Programs: How Everyone Can Benefit
 Tuesday, December 4, 2012
2:00pm to 3:30pm Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Joy Kniskern, Pass It On Center
Lee Learson, Founder and Consultant to NEAT Marketplace, Connecticut
Lindsey Bean Kampwerth, Director of Repair and Reuse, Paraquad/Consultant to the Pass It On Center
Rita Hostak, Sunrise Medical, Pass It On Center National Task Force Member

Join us for a webinar that will bring together assistive technology reuse experts to share lessons learned and the scope of their work with suppliers to refurbish specific types of gently used durable medical equipment. This session will take a closer look at how assistive technology and durable medical equipment reuse programs can establish repair services with a billing to third parties as a useful adjunct to reuse programs. We will also share and discuss factors that concern and appeal to suppliers when considering collaboration with reuse programs, and specific steps reuse programs can take to engage suppliers in a way that results in winning services for everyone –reuse programs, suppliers and ultimately the end users.  

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Credits Available
CEUs are issued thru the GT Professional Education
CRCs have been approved for 1.5 clock hours through the Commission on Rehabilitation Counseling

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