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Progress Notes Podcast 4: Rural Psychology Practice

The latest episode of the Practice Organization’s podcast, “Progress Notes” can be found by clicking here.  For this episode, you will hear from four members of APA’s Committee on Rural Health about what it means to be a rural practicing psychologist. The committee members featured here are from West Virginia, Utah, Washington state, and Hawaii, so it was very interesting to hear about what they have in common despite vast differences in geography.


You can subscribe to this podcast on iTunes so you don’t miss an episode.



Compliments of the Practice Organization: Part I of the reimbursement webinar


The part one reimbursement webinar from May 8 was recorded and is available. Here is the link,


It opens like a registration page; you only need to put in your name and email and the recording will start right up.  Catching up on this pre-recorded webinar will prepare you for this next opportunity, which is a follow-up...


Register Now for Getting reimbursed, part 2: Addressing challenges with codes, billing and insurers


Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 1 PM EDT:

Our May reimbursement webinar was very popular; we received an overwhelming number of questions about specific codes and billing concerns with insurers. So, we're offering a one-hour follow-up webinar to continue addressing your questions. APA President Antonio E. Puente, PhD, and Alan Nessman, JD, legal and regulatory expert in the APA Practice Organization, will respond to questions we did not have time to cover in May. Join us for part two as we cover the following:

  • Address reimbursement challenges with CPT codes.  
  • Spend more time discussing health & behavior codes.  
  • Discuss your concerns when it comes to billing for services with insurers.  

Presenters: Antonio E. Puente, PhD, and Alan C. Nessman, JD




PsycAdvocate Training Webinar: Learn to schedule and conduct advocacy visits with your elected officials

June 29th from 12-1:30pm EST - a webinar on Advocacy Training focused on understanding how psychologists can influence policy. Particular focus will be placed on learning the nuts and bolts of contacting your member(s) of congress. After the webinar, participants will receive a template to schedule a congressional visit (if you wish to do so) before or during the APA conference.  Register here


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