It's Time: Rethinking How You Communicate with Your Pediatric Families

Live Educational CEU Webinar

It’s Time: Rethink How You Communicate with Your Pediatric Families

Join us Tuesday, October 19th at 12 PM ET for a live webinar presented by Dr. Sue Kressly, MD, FAAP and Dr. Kristen Stuppy, MD, FAAP to learn ways your practice can meet the needs of all of your patients and families, during times of extreme stress.

Join Dr. Sue Kressly, MD, FAAP and Dr. Kristen Stuppy, MD, FAAP on Tuesday, October 19th at 12:00 PM ET as they discuss:

  • Why pushing communications to families has become essential to practice survival, during this time of stress
  • Creative ways practices might use communication to create lasting bonds with the families they serve
  • How to accomplish this important work with shrinking practice resources

Attendees of the live webinar will receive 1 continuing education unit (CEU) from the AAPC.

This is a part of the always-free Pediatric Success Series. Register for this webinar, and you will automatically be subscribed to our newsletter which is packed with resources for independent pediatric practices. This quarter’s focus: How to Prepare Now for the 2021 E/M CPT Coding Changes.

About The Speakers

Dr. Susan Kressly, MD, FAAP

With over 30 years of experience in clinical practice as an independent pediatrician, Dr. Sue Kressly currently serves as the Medical Director at Office Practicum. She is a HealthIT industry thought leader and involved in many national pediatric organizations that are helping pediatricians thrive.

Dr. Kristen Stuppy, MD, FAAP

Dr. Kristen Stuppy has been a general pediatrician in private practice for over 20 years in the Kansas City area. Over the years, she has served as chair of the pediatric departments at Overland Park Regional Medical Center and Menorah Medical Center and has participated in various committees for those departments. She manages her practice’s social media, and has been a speaker at various pediatric conferences on the topics of social media and ADHD.


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