2022 APTA Kansas Town Hall
Please join the leaders at APTA Kansas for our Virtual Town Hall that will take place live on Thursday evening from 7:00-9:00 pm where you can earn 2 CEUS during this fast approaching 2020-2022 CEU deadline. Members will get these important updates for free and non-members can enjoy getting in-the-know for $30.
There will be a small panel to assist in answering questions and clarifying some of the events that have impacted us in the last year and that we will be looking forward to in 2023. We will be discussing our wonderfully successful Fall Conference in Hays and the feedback that we have received; 2022 Strategic Updates already in play, membership numbers and engagement; plans for our Spring Conference in Manhattan, and updates on the Advocacy to to stave the Medicare Cuts this year, other wins and continued efforts for the end of the year Lame Duck session, current updates on the PT Compact in Kansas including new information and legislation from Mann (R)- KS. We will also be discussing movement on continued use of Telehealth after the pandemic, Kansas Day on the Hill, Leadership Congress updates including the State Payment Advocacy Forum, PTA Caucus updates, and results from the 2022 House of Delegates. A quick post-test and survey will be sent to you for you to retrieve your CEU certificate.
1) Participants will be able to see current APTA Kansas Strategic Plan Implementation elements;
2) Participants will be able to see how the professional membership organization of APTA Kansas assists not only in professional development but also advocacy,
3) Participants will be able see how the APTA's Federated model impacts our local efforts in the past year,
4) Participants will receive information how APTA Kansas works to represents our members and how others can get involved.
About The Speaker(s)
Camille Snyder, PT, DPT is currently serving as president of APTA Kansas. Prior to this office she served six years as vice president. She has served on the Kansas delegation since 2014. She began her service to the KPTA as standards and practice chair beginning in 2011. She has been a practicing physical therapist for 30 plus years, the last 20 in Kansas and received her transitional DPT in 2006. In 1998, she earned her orthopedic clinical specialty by the American Board of Physical Therapist Specializations. Her practice settings are numerous, and she has volunteered in India for a teaching hospital outpatient and inpatient rehab departments. She has been the impaired provider coordinator serving as liaison to the Heart of America Provider’s Network and the Kansas Board of Healing Arts since 2012.