360 Degree advocacy: a model for high impact advocacy in a rapidly changing healthcare marketplace.

@article{Postal2014360DA,
  title={360 Degree advocacy: a model for high impact advocacy in a rapidly changing healthcare marketplace.},
  author={Karen Spangenberg Postal and Timothy F Wynkoop and Beth A Caillouet and Randi Most and Tresa M. Roebuck-Spencer and Michael Westerveld and A Esposito-del Puente and Neil H. Pliskin},
  journal={The Clinical neuropsychologist},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={
          167-80
        }
}
In an era of rapid changes in the healthcare marketplace the specialty of clinical neuropsychology faces a substantial increase in advocacy challenges. These include maintaining both access to services and a favorable practice climate as new healthcare structures and payment models evolve. The issue of regional variability complicates an effective response to these challenges from national professional organizations. One response to the challenge of regional variability is to strengthen our… CONTINUE READING

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