Where would you like to see dietetics practice, in regards to Wellness and Prevention, be in the Second Century? What are your innovative ideas to advance the profession in regards to Wellness and Prevention? These are questions you can answer during an open space discussion on Wellness and Prevention hosted by NE on March 9, 2017 at 1pm ET. 
We are seeking broad representation of credentialed food and nutrition practitioners from all practice settings as well as dietetic interns and students. Are you a strategic thinker who wants to play a role in shaping the future of the dietetics profession?

If so, you are invited to participate in the Wellness and Prevention Open Space Discussion. If you have questions, please contact Lisa Jones, NE Delegate, at NEdelegate@NEdpg.org

Recorded Thursday, January 26th

This webinar will provide NE members with the latest information on methods for delivering nutrition care services using telecommunication technologies. Topics will include the types of technologies available, the current regulatory environment, and getting paid for services.  Presented by Holly Porter, MS, RDN.

CEU 1.0: 1020, 1080, 7170

Recorded  February 15th

Individuals spend about 1/3 of their life working and consume over 50% of their food intake at work. However, does the workplace environment foster healthy or unhealthy habits? Dr. Wansink explores the workplace nutrition environment. Join marketing behavior guru and author, Dr. Brian Wansink as he takes his research from talk shows to the workplace, steering employees towards healthier choices--often without them realizing it. Next, find out how to apply these concepts, step-by-step, with corporate stakeholders. Nutrition entrepreneurs will learn ways to add valuable strategies and services for corporate wellness clients.  Presented by Dr. Brian Wansink.

CEU Codes: 4000, 8120, 3010, 3020

Recorded Feburary 1st, 2017

1.0 CEU - 4150, 5070, 4040, 6040

Nearly every parent in America is afraid they’re doing something wrong when it comes to feeding their child. The registered dietitian (RD) can help parents manage this fear by using a comprehensive approach, including the use of simple food and nutrition concepts, an authoritative feeding style, and understanding predictable developmental changes that influence eating. This presentation will equip the RD with information to melt away parental fears, using positive nutrition messages and real life tips that will empower parents to feed their children positively and with knowledge and confidence.  Presented by Jill Castle, MS, RDN.

Recorded January 12, 2017

Practitioners come in all types and sizes.  The common denominator is an expertise in Nutrition.  Being a business person can take a lot of work, and it may not be second nature. Learning how to effectively network is the beginning of a marketing and sales funnel.  This webinar is intended to provide nutrition practitioners with some solid strategies and tools for enhancing their business practice of prospecting for marketing and sales results. Presented by Kathy Schissler, Owner Destination Breakthrough, LLC

1 CEU - 1070, 7010, 7070

Recorded November 15th, 2016

1.0 CEUs - Codes 1020, 7070, 7120, 7070

Beyond the “how to” of social media channel use, this webinar will focus on direct and indirect ways to leverage social media to build brand awareness and increase income streams. Presented by Susan Mitchell, PhD, RDN, LDN, FAND.

Recorded Thursday, October 27, 2016

NE members will discover the emotional triggers  and psychology that drives decision making to make a longer term commitment to the change process and strategies to increase the number of clients within the RDN private practice. Presented by Lesli Bitel, MBA, RDN, LDN.

1.0 CEUs - Codes: 7070, 7120, 7070

Recorded September 14, 2016

This webinar will address advanced topics in insurance, billing and reimbursement. We will address how the changing healthcare landscape and the Affordable Care Act are directly impacting client/patient care and what you need to know. We’ll answer common questions from RDNs regarding denied claim resolution, coding and assigning diagnosis codes, eligibility checks and filing procedures. We will also address the insurance processes to consider when working with an MD, credentialing new RDNs in your private practice, plus group/classes billing. We will also touch on telehealth, state-to-state variation in insurance and more. Bring your burning insurance questions to this webinar – we’re ready to tackle the big ones!  Presented by Ingrid Knight, RDN, LD.

September 7th, 2016 at 1pm Eastern /10am Pacific

1.0 CEUs - Codes: 7000, 7170, 7070, 1000

This webinar will address the pros/considerations of accepting insurance in one’s private practice. We will cover basic principles and definitions, for example how to get an NPI, an EIN and CAQH. If you’re scratching your head and aren’t sure what these terms refer to, this webinar is for you!

We’ll also address commonly-asked questions and will dispel myths pertaining to the topic: Are the rates terrible? No! Is insurance just for patients/clients with diabetes? No!

We commonly hear from Nutrition Entrepreneur members that they are unsure of how or where to start when it comes to accepting insurance – this webinar will walk you through the process, step by step, so as to ensure your comfort level with insurance is sky high once you’ve tuned in! We also want to share the many benefits of accepting insurance with you – how accepting insurance can allow you to grow your practice, see more clients, and increase your revenue potential. Let us walk you through how to efficiently and effectively navigate the system.  Presented by Ingrid Knight, RDN.

Sponsor – Healthy Bytes

August 29th, 2016 

1.0 CEU Codes - 1010, 7000, 7070, 7120 

This presentation will help members get a strong foundation of how to start their own private practice. It will help determine the steps to fast track your nutrition private practice by building on simple steps such as, creating a business name, writing a business plan, organizing professional requirements, accepting insurance, designing your professional office and space, creating systems to ensure smooth sailing, marketing your practice, and setting up your practice for growth, future hires, and becoming financially successful and business savvy.  Presented by Kaitlynn Fortunato Greenberg, RD, LD, CEDRD, has been in private practice for the past 5 years growing her client base- working with insurance , self-pay clients and virtual clients. She also created a student mentorship track that led to the hire of amazing interns turned Registered Dietitians. She has also coached dozens of Registered Dietitians one on one to help with starting or growing their private practice. Kait was named the Outstanding Young Registered Dietitian of the Year in 2013 by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Practice.