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GROWING YOUR SELF-PAY PRACTICE WITH LOCAL HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS with Cara Harbstreet

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GROWING YOUR SELF-PAY PRACTICE WITH LOCAL HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS with Cara Harbstreet

44.00 55.00

Seminar available: starting February 12, 2018

Creating trust with your audiences is one of the most difficult aspects of marketing your business. That’s why client referrals can be an important part of building your practice, because trust is strengthened through the backing of another locally trusted health professional.

In this Seminar, learn from Cara Harbstreet, MS, RD, LD on growing your self-pay private practice with local health professionals. From MDs to PTs, we’ll be sharing how to communicate and set your your self-pay value that aligns with your referral sources and potential clients.

Eligible for 1 CPE. Scroll down for more details.

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Details

Learn from Cara as she discusses how to align your value and communicate with local health care providers to grow your self-pay practice. Gain a better understanding of how to:

  • Communicate your value that aligns with local health care practitioners (MD, therapists, PTs) and their business model & point-of-view
  • Streamline the referral and patient coordination process between you and other practitioners
  • Set self-pay rates and develop marketing collateral that align with your client's needs and the value you're providing

This seminar is for any RD who wants to grow business opportunities through strategic networking and formulating their self-pay value towards clients.


What To Expect

Download the Workbook PDF to get the web link to view the Seminar Video and get your CPE certificate. Watch the video and follow along in the Workbook. 


About Cara

Cara Harbstreet, MS, RD, LD is the owner of Street Smart Nutrition. What began as a creative outlet on social media has blossomed into a successful business that has allowed her to transition to a full-time private practice as of summer 2017. She currently provides nutrition counseling services in the Kansas City area, as well as consulting and freelancing for local, regional, and national partnerships. She credits networking, building relationships, and professional development as keys to allowing her to step away from a corporate position.

Prior to making the switch, Cara worked in community nutrition and as an outpatient clinical dietitian specializing in pediatric diabetes. In early 2017 she was honored as the Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year by the Kansas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She has served on the KSAND Board since 2015 and is serving as this year’s CPI-Chair Elect. She is also an active volunteer with the Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness DPG. She began a three-year term as Communications Director in 2018.