Workshop: CAMS/C-ATM Live Workshop Series (Course 6)
- Date: Wednesday, July 17, 2019
- Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (Pacific)
- Location: CCAPP Long Beach, 5861 Cherry Ave, Long Beach, CA 90805
- Pricing: $2,300 for non-members for the entire CAMS program
- BHAP Pricing: $1,000 (a 15% discount for members) for the entire CAMS program
- BHAP/CCAPP dual member Pricing: $1,550 for the entire CAMS program (must contact BHAP to verify dual membership)
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | 1-888-958-2282
- Register: Click here to register
The Complete CAMS Credential/C-ATM Certificate
Live Workshop Series with Online Access
The Certified Admissions and Marketing Specialist (CAMS) is a nationally-recognized credential issued by California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP).
The CAMS credential is the Behavioral Health Association of Providers Certificate in Addiction Treatment Marketing (C-ATM) with national credential recognition. Anyone who successfully completes the C-ATM and submits the CAMS application for certification is considered for the national credential.
This workshop series includes all six of the C-ATM courses in a live workshop format or online. Each live training will take place on the 3rd Wednesday of the month and the courses will revolve with each month. The six courses can be taken in any order and at any time, and a mixture of online learning and live workshops is acceptable. You can start this series at any time.
This workshop series also includes CCAPP's CAMS credential application fees, which the participant is eligible for once completing the six courses and other CCAPP requirements.
In Course 6: Ethical Compensation Practices, you examine the fundamental questions, "What are ethical compensation practices?" and "Why are they so important for healthcare marketers?"
In this course, you will analyze key principles and best practices related to:
- Federal and state law
- Compensation of marketers, call centers, and laboratories
- Contracts and tax status reporting
- Avoiding compensation misconduct
You will examine legal and ethical best practices for contracting and compensating marketers, call centers, and laboratories. You also consider how best to avoid compensation misconduct, including inducements and kickbacks, fraud and abuse, and patient brokering.
MBA, LAADC, C-ATM
Andrew Martin is the Chief Operating Officer at Behavioral Health Association of Providers.
Andrew's extensive experience in the addiction treatment industry dates back to 2005 and includes founding and operating Serene Scene Magazine, a monthly magazine with a circulation approaching 30,000 subscribers. He also launched The Evolution of Addiction Treatment Conference, developed LocateTreatment.com, and spearheaded Serene Center, a 36-bed transitional sober living and outpatient treatment facility for those in early recovery.