Negotiation Techniques: The First Offer Dilemma in Negotiations
Negotiation techniques such as making the first offer is a debate among negotiation researchers. Keep reading to learn more. Source: Negotiation Techniques: The First Offer Dilemma in Read more
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Connect with healthy brands. Looking for educational materials, product samples & coupons to share with the people you counsel, coach & advise? Look below to see how it works. Join Read more
In Chronic Disease, Patience with Patients Needed
Are you frustrated by chronic disease patients who won’t change their behavior? Maybe being more patient will help, according to Victor Montori, MD, professor of medicine at the Mayo Read more
Motivational Interviewing Application In Working With Patients And Families
This course defines motivational interviewing (MI); identifies the five primary concerns of motivational interviewing; and demonstrates how motivational interviewing can be used to help Read more
Reimbursement Newsletter Archive from the Academy
As a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, you can access the archives for MNT Provider. Well worth the reading when you are trying to figure out how to get paid! MNT Read more
Find Out What Medicare Will Pay For Your Services
Medicare pays dietitians 85% of what they would pay a physician offering the same service.  Here’s where you can look up what they pay in your state. Physician Fee Schedule Look-Up Read more
Insurance Billing for Nutrition Counseling–It Starts With Learning a Form
Many private practice dietitians find insurance billing to be an absolutely necessary evil if they are going to make a private practice viable.  The issue is that many or most clients  Read more
Cultural Diversity in Diabetes- Webinars from JJDI
Upgrade your cultural competencies with these free webinars sponsored by Johnson and Johnson Diabetes Institute. Here are some topics: Diabetes and Ramadan fasting; a challenge or an Read more
Behavioral Change in Diabetes-Webinars from JJDI
We all know that “knowing” and “doing” are separate things.  Johnson and Johnson Diabetes Institute have published some webinars to help us refine our skills in Read more