• Marketing Orthopedics Webinar

    This panel of orthopedic marketing leaders will discuss ways marketers and administrators can better brand and position their practice and providers to patients, for success online and offline.

    Learning Objectives

    1.  Learn what marketing initiatives have been the most successful and impactful.
    2.  Understand where you should prioritize your marketing efforts.
    3.  Identify real and effective takeaways to implement immediately into your practice.

     Meet Our Speaker

    Ron Chorzewski, PT, MBA, Solutions Consultant, rater8 

    With 30 years in the healthcare field, Ron Chorzewski has served as the lead administrator in several orthopedic practices.  Starting his career as a physical therapist, Ron has worked in both rehabilitation and orthopedic management.  Ron is a Past President and former Board Member of AAOE and currently, Ron serves as a Solutions Consultant with rater8.


    Matthew Johnson, MA, Director of Marketing and Human Resources, Concord Orthopaedics

    Matt joined Concord Orthopaedics in August of 2019 after spending five years with the Manchester Monarchs hockey team, leading their marketing efforts. A native of Canton, MA, Matt brings 13 years of marketing experience to Concord Orthopaedics. Matt earned his undergraduate degree from Westfield Sate University (MA), and earned his master’s degree in international business from Southern New Hampshire University.


    Jason Olenio, Vice President of Associated X-Ray Imaging Corporation

    Jason is currently the Vice President of Associated X-Ray Imaging Corporation.  He works closely with orthopedic practices throughout the country and is a thought leader in the field of healthcare marketing.


    Lynn Bouscaren, Peak Medical Marketing  The Referral Experts

    With more than 20 years of experience in medical, pharmaceutical and device sales, Lynn founded Peak Medical Marketing to bridge that gap and inform PCPs about their local specialists by the use of physician liaisons

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