In Segment 1, host Pam Paladin is joined by AAO general counsel Kevin Dillard, AAO associate general counsel Sean Murphy and Kevin O’Neill from Arnold & Porter, the AAO’s legislative counsel in Washington, D.C. in a discussion about the results of the November 2016 U.S. election, and what the future may hold for the AAO’s federal agenda, AAO members, and the patients AAO members serve. In Segment 2, Dr. DeWayne McCamish, AAO president, reports on actions taken by the AAO Board of Trustees at its November 2016 meeting.
This three-segment podcast opens with Kevin Dillard, AAO's general counsel, explaining to host Pam Paladin what AAO members can do if they encounter non-orthodontists who advertise as orthodontists. Then Dr. Greg Jorgensen, general chair of the 2017 AAO Winter Conference, answers questions about that meeting's educational opportunities. In Segment 3, AAO 2016-17 president Dr. DeWayne McCamish describes the multitude of lectures, speakers and special events that are planned for doctors, staff and guests at the AAO's 2017 Annual Session in San Diego, Calif.
Kevin O’Neill from AAO’s Washington, D.C. legislative counsel, Arnold & Porter, discusses the climate in the U.S. capital leading up to the November election in a conversation with Kevin Dillard, AAO’s general counsel, and Sean Murphy, AAO’s associate general counsel, on Episode 16 of “the Business of Orthodontics” Podcast.
AAO general counsel Kevin Dillard and AAO associate general counsel Sean Murphy inform listeners about a new AAO resource – a primer on the basic legal information orthodontists need to know to manage legal risks: the New Member Legal Starter Kit.
Length: 16 minutes
American Association of Orthodontists “The Business of Orthodontics” Podcast – Episode 14
In Segment 1, AAO general counsel Kevin Dillard, AAO associate general counsel Sean Murphy and host Pam Paladin discuss the recent AAO Professional Advocacy Conference in Washington, D.C., and how it benefits members of the AAO. Amy Smith from Arnold & Porter, AAO's legislative counsel in Washington, joins the conversation to inform listeners about three bills supported by the AAO that address student debt.
In Segment 2, Pari Mody from Arnold & Porter provides an update on the RAISE Act, which proposes to enhance benefits of flexible spending accounts. Her update is followed by a dicussion by Dillard and Murphy about AAO initiatives to assit younger members.
Length: 26 minutes
The AAO Donated Orthodontic Services Program (DOS) serves qualified patients who cannot afford the orthodontic care they need and want. Ann Sebaugh, staff liaison to the DOS Charitable Board of Directors, talks with host Pam Paladin about the program, which has launched its first provider recruitment drive.
Length: 7 minutes
In Segment 1, AAO general counsel Kevin Dillard and host Pam Paladin discuss the existence of a gray market for orthodontic appliances, and potential implications if these products are used.
In Segment 2, Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham, D-NM, a co-sponsor of the RAISE Health Benefits Act, HR 1185, provides an update on the bill's status, and explains what AAO members can do to support its passage.
Length: 20 minutes
In Segment 1, AAO general counsel Kevin Dillard and host Pam Paladin discuss guidance developed by the Federal Trade Commission relative to supervising state regulatory boards, including dental boards.
Segment 2 features advice from Dillard regarding AAO members’ contracts with vendors.
Dr. John Callahan, who recently joined the AAO Board of Trustees as the representative from NESO, is introduced in Segment 3. He speaks to the many ways the AAO is helping members at all stages of their careers through numerous services geared to members’ professional success.
Dr. John Callahan, AAO Trustee, discusses a new program designed to facilitate stronger communications with members “AAO Working For You” with Pam Paladin. Contact Dr. Callahan via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/aaotrusteecallahan