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DCOTA OT Month 2016 Clinical Leadership Symposium, Network Luncheon & Rehab Job Fair

  • Sat, April 23, 2016
  • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • 125 Michigan Avenue Northeast Washington, DC 20017


DCOTA OT Month 2016 Clinical Leadership Symposium, Network Luncheon and Rehab Job Fair

"So You Think You Wanna-Be a DOR?"

A distinguished panel of Occupational Therapy Directors of Rehabilitation (DOR) will engage in a clinical leadership discussion and Q&A on day to day management and administrative duties as well as give insight.

Date: Saturday, April 23, 2016

Time: 9AM-3PM

Trinity Washington University
125 Michigan Avenue Northeast 
Washington, DC 20017


Alejandro Small, MBA, OTR/L (DOR - Genesis Rehab, Bedford Court)


Johari Johnson, MBA, OTR/L (DOR - Aegis Therapies, Washington Center for Aging Services)

Mariella Zuniga, MBA, OTR/L (DOR - Aegis Therapies, Unique Residential Care Center)

 Rozlyn Cyrus, MSOT, OTR/L (DOR - HCR ManorCare, Hyattsville)

 Sylvia White, COTA/L (DOR - Aegis Therapies, Sleepy Hollow)

 Andra Henning, MOT, OTR/L, CBIS (DOR - Washington Adventist Rehab Hospital)

Topics of Discussion:
   Medicare Regulations
   PPS Management (SNF) vs DRG Billing (hospitals)
   DOR/MDS Relationship
   Evidence-Based Practice
   Clinical Outcomes & Discharge Planning
   Electronic Documentation
   HR Matters
   Survey Readiness
   Staffing Models
   Team Building
   Program Development 
   Students & New Grad Supervision

   830am, Continental Breakfast
   900-12pm,  Panel Discussion (3 CEU Contact Hours)
   1200-1230pm, OT Month Network Luncheon
   1230-3pm, Trinity Washington University Annual Rehab Job fair (Open to all students & practitioners OT PT SLP)
Job Fair Vendor Contact:Tasha Champagne, MOT, OTR/L, CBIS, CPAM ChampagneT@trinitydc.edu

Click here for more information and to register

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