Meeting # 3: November 16, 2017                                                                                                                            In The Pursuit of Insurance Professionalism



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Meeting  Sponsors: 

JAG Physical Therapy














If your company would like to be a beverage or dinner sponsor, please contact Ashley Pepka: ashley@medexmedical.com




The Hamilton Manor 
30 New Jersey 156
Hamilton Township, NJ 08620


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Vendor Reminder: Door prizes are always welcome!

TOPIC:  Outpatient, Home & Community Based Treatment:                       Addressing Client Goals and Family Education Needs 

Outpatient, home and community based services are an important piece of comprehensive services for individuals with acquired brain injury.  Whether the individual is referred immediately post injury to an outpatient environment, discharge from rehabilitation to outpatient or home based services or these services are provided over the long term, treatment planning and medical management is critical to an individuals’ success.  The treatment team needs to work closely with the individual, their family and other providers to ensure the program is working for the individual. 

SPEAKER:  Ann Marie McLaughlin, PhD -Clinical Director - ReMed


LEGAL UPDATE:  Claire Ringel, Esq.- Capehart & Scatchard

MEETING SPONSORS:  JAG Physical Therapy & ReMed


TIME:    Social Hour Begins at 5:00 p.m (open bar 5-6:30 pm).

               Dinner Begins at 6:00 p.m.

 COST:    Paid CJCA Level 1 Members: No Charge

                Paid Level 2 Members: $50

                Non-Members: $75 


This timely and informative seminar will review the basic concepts of EDR technology, including what and when data is recorded, and how to access and utilize it. Case studies will be presented to demonstrate these basic concepts and to springboard to a discussion of the latest advances, changes, and future trends. The latest in GPS technology will be considered to demonstrate how it can provide additional insight into the circumstances surrounding a collision or other event. Indeed, whether to investigate the so-called “pattern of life” leading to an event, or to assist with the reconstruction analysis, GPS technology is quickly becoming a valuable tool to the forensic investigator and engineer. Basics of the GPS network such as the various system segments, sources of error, and system accuracy will be discussed, and segued into practical applications and case studies.