Cretcher Heartland, DataFile Technologies, Enterprise Bank & Trust, Forbes Law Group, LLC, Haase and Long, and Umbrella Medical Systems are proud to bring you the next educational event in the 2013 Healthcare Lunch-n-Learn series:


How to Get Along in the Sandbox

Presented By: Mea Austin

Never again fall victim to those who love to make life miserable for the rest of us. This training gives you concrete techniques for dealing with difficult people in the workplace and at home.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn to identify the six most difficult personality types
  • Learn concrete techniques for dealing with difficult people in the workplace and at home
  • Learn to bring out the best in everyone around you, including the difficult people

Who Should Attend

Anyone who finds a co-worker, colleague, supervisor, family member or another human being “difficult” to deal with.

Featured Speaker: Mea Austin, Director, Haase and Long

Having spent over a decade as a Paralegal in the collection and bankruptcy industry, Mea Austin saw the need for a more solution-oriented approach to address the rising number of uninsured patients in the nations hospitals.  As a result, in early 1992, she formed the Medical Assistance Program, the first of a suite of cutting edge solutions at Haase and Long created to “compassionately create zero balances” for healthcare providers and patients.  Mea established the “People Services” department at Haase and Long, along with the hiring practices and leadership culture embraced by the company today.  Mea shares her passion for leadership, time management and human resource issues in her unique, humorous and insightful presentations.  She currently serves as a Director at Haase and Long and is recognized nationally as an authority on healthcare for uninsured and undocumented aliens.  Mea is a graduate of Washburn University and a native of Lawrence, Kansas.


About the Lunch and Learn Series

The complimentary 2013 Healthcare Educational Lunch and Learn Series classes are lead by industry professionals ranging from physician managers to attorneys and consultants. They are designed to assist healthcare managers and staff in staying informed on current issues impacting the healthcare industry. These FREE lunches are presented in an open format, are approximately 1.5 hours in length and are eligible for Continuing Education Credits.

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