April 29, 2014
RCN Spring Leadership Day

 

The RCN Spring Leadership day will focus on several key priorities including state level activities and cross-system service coordination.   Our keynote for this Leadership Day will be Bryan Davey, PhD, BCBA-D.

 

Dr. Bryan Davey is the President of Highland Behavioral and Chief Clinical Officer or Ensure Billing.  His professional experiences include being a certified special education teacher, consultant to schools and businesses nationwide, and establishing three agencies in which ABA services are delivered to families and within school districts.  He has expertise in training organizational personnel in the application of behavioral principles and procedures, functional behavioral assessments, intervention implementation, autism insurance laws, and effective teaching practices. 

Dr. Davey has developed a unique understanding of how insurance companies operate with regard to ABA services.  He holds first hand knowledge of how to successfully credential with and become an in-network provider for insurance companies.  His experiences as a provider and agency administrator afford him a working knowledge of insurance billing and claims adjudication.  Dr. Davey assists organizations to implement policies and procedures for working with insurance companies in states that have and have not passed autism insurance laws. He actively supports the process of developing, implementing and monitoring ABA benefits for large self-funded company. In 2011, Dr. Davey was honored with the Provider Advocacy Award from Autism Speaks.  Currently, he serves as Board Member and Chair to the California Association for Behavior Analysis Public Policy Committee. He is also on the Board of the Association of Professional Behavior Analyst (APBA).


Registration for this training day is to be coordinated through your RCN leadership, as 18 spots have been earmarked for each RCN.  Please submit your RCN list of attendees by APRIL 14th to Melissa Adair – adairm@gvsu.edu

 

 

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