Join us January 30th and 31st, 2021 for an in-depth, behind the scenes look at the operations of our state of the art IV suite in Roseville, California. Our 4,000 square foot facility will be your weekend playground to learn how to grow your IV practice the best way possible… through first hand experience!!!
During this 2 day intensive, you will get hands on experience with these deluxe therapies as part of your training!
- How to run a full IV suite
- Hands on role play of the most likely emergencies to occur in IV therapy.
- Bonus materials for training your team.
How do I know this if what I need?
- If you want your IV patients to feel like A-Listers.
- If you want to be confident that you can handle ANY emergency in a calm and relaxed way.
- If you want to be able to teach your staff what VIP service looks and feels like.
- If you want a simple guide to follow if things get critical.
Then this course is absolutely for you!!!
How much better would you feel about offering IV therapy in your clinic if someone else did the work of figuring out how to make it profitable FOR you?
- You will walk away with a clear to-do list for set up, saving you time and money!
- You will have confidence knowing you can hit the ground running with a profitable IV suite!
- We are sharing experience so you can skip the guesswork!
- We will show you how to calculate pricing so that what you offer is attractive to patients and profitable for you!
- We will go through past changes in supply availability, and how we maneuvered around them as well as upcoming potential issues so that you can stay fully stocked and one step ahead!
The retreat is split into sections to keep your education more personal.
7 pm - Meet and Greet at Lazy Dog Bar and Restaurant.
8 am to Noon
1:30 pm to 6:00 pm
8 am to 3:30 PM
Section 1 taught by Dr. Michele Raithel
- Ports and PICC Lines: Hands on How to Access It Right
- Bag Building: Accuracy Plus Speed
- MAH Ozone + Low Overhead Multi Pass
- Difficult Venous Access and Troubleshooting
- Most Likely Mistakes and Emergencies
- Creating a Crash Kit: What You Really Need and What You Don't
Section 2 taught by Steve Sprague
- What to Do When the Sh*t Hits the Fan
- Four Quadrant® System for IV Emergencies
- Managing a Negative Patient Change
- Patient Assessment and Evaluation
- Team Roles in an Emergency
- Types of Emergencies
- Diabetic Emergencies
- Bleeding Control
- Chest Pain
- Cardiac Emergencies
- Safety Training & Violent Situations
- Basic Code Team Training
- Facility Specific Scenarios
Section 3 taught by Justin Raithel
- Patient Flow: Techniques to Keep a Spa Feel
- Inventory Management in a Changing Environment
- Work Flow: Preparation, Execution and Documentation
- Marketing Materials
Hyatt Place Roseville
220 Conference Center Drive
Roseville, CA 95678
$119 King / $129 2 Queens w/ Sofa
916-781-6400, ask for "Revolutions Naturopathic" block
Please note, the last day to confirm a room at the group rate of $119/$129 is January 8th, 2021.
Luxury IV Conference Registration:
Space is limited. If you would like to take part in our event, please fill in your details below and you will be automatically registered. Event registration must be completed at least seven (7) days prior to the event. Early bird pricing ends November 30, 2020.
2 weeks after my office received this training a patient coded following a simple injection. We saved his life because we were prepared. No other training that I have received would have had this outcome.
A Different Kind of Emergency Training
Functional medicine and private practices face very different emergency scenarios than the ER or the field. Most emergency training is geared towards hospital and first responder providers. This training focuses on knowing what to do with what you have.
We also understand that in a functional medicine practice there are risks to providing procedures to patients that aren't typically addressed anywhere else. Our goal is to give Functional and Naturopathic practices, Dentists, Midwives, Chiropractors and other adjunctive providers the confidence to handle the most likely issues they might face.