A Pipeline of New Clients Through Physician Referrals
Knowledgeable, Experienced, Empathetic. Research conducted at the Harvard School of Public Health between May 2019 and February 2020 compiled data from physicians about characteristics of fitness professionals that they trust to work with their patients.
In this webinar, Dr. Amy Bantham will present:
- 10 steps toward being a fitness professional that physicians trust to refer their patients
- How to overcome barriers to physicians providing physical activity prescriptions/referrals
- How to work with physicians to help patients with various injuries, diagnoses, and conditions “fill” physical activity prescriptions/referrals
This webinar was presented live on June 8, 2021. You are purchasing a recording; you have 30 days from purchase date to download the recording from your account. Any offers or discounts mentioned during the webinar may no longer be active.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dr. Amy Bantham has 20 years of experience working in consulting, health & fitness, and healthcare. She is the CEO/Founder of Move to Live®More, a research and consulting firm addressing physical inactivity, obesity, chronic disease, and social determinants of health through cross-sector collaboration and innovation. With a mission to help people live healthier, longer, more active lives, Move to Live® More helps its clients with program design, implementation and evaluation, qualitative and quantitative research, case studies and best practices, strategic planning, coalition building, and translating research into policy.
Amy holds a Doctor of Public Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, with concentrations in Health Communication and Obesity Epidemiology & Prevention. Her doctoral research focused on physician exercise prescriptions/referrals and patient exercise behavior change. She is a certified group exercise instructor, personal trainer, and health & wellness coach. She also holds a Master of Science from Northeastern University, a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, and a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University.