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Clinical Skills Communications Ethics

Dismantling racism, discrimination, and bias to achieve health equity in lactation care

When it comes to online scheduling, Acuity is my favorite of the HIPAA-compliant platforms out there, making it easy-peasy for someone to land on my website, learn about my services, and book an appointment all without any texting back-and-forth about time. But Acuity can do so much more for you—and even increase client self-efficacy.

Billing & Reimbursment Podcast

Setting Your Fees: Charge What You’re Worth, and Make Yourself Worth It [PODCAST]

How do you set your fees so that they’re fair and compassionate to your clients… without undervaluing your worth? In this episode, we talk through the tough topic of setting your fees for your private lactation practice. Money is an uncomfortable topic for many people, especially women. And it can be difficult to ask for what your work is actually worth (or even realize your worth in the first place). But you’re not truly serving anyone when you set a low bar for your pricing. To run a business, you need to have money.

Billing & Reimbursment Ethics

Insurance Coverage and Virtual Lactation

Now that so many lactation consultants are incorporating virtual consults into their services, questions are coming up about how to get tele-lactation covered by insurance (for in-network providers) and reimbursed out-of-network. In this article, I’ll cover the most common questions I’ve seen and point you to more in-depth resources so that you can be as informed as you possibly can be.

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Virtual Consult Best Practices for Lactation Consultants (Updated April 2021)

While most clinicians can agree that nothing can replace an in-person lactation consult with a family in need of help feeding their baby, virtual consults are becoming more and more popular as a way to make services more accessible. In order to meet your ethical obligations and stay within your scope of practice as an IBCLC or other lactation credential, you’ll want to keep some key factors in mind.