The Four Lessons Successful Practitioners Have Learned
Saturday, 11/04 at 8:45 AM to 9:50 AM
Dr. Jill Blakeway founded the YinOva Center in New York City with an initial investment of just $100. Today it’s one of the largest Chinese medical practices in the US and in this class Jill will share the lessons she has learned along the way. She will outline the 4 simple strategies that she believes are vital to a successful practice and teach you how to make them your own. The lecture will cover how to market authentically, why effective case management is key to managing clinical efficacy, and how to build medical, operational, financial, and marketing infrastructure as your practice grows.
Jill is a practitioner, author, and speaker who appears regularly in the media to talk about Chinese medicine. Jill graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego in 1999 and is the founder and Clinic Director of the YinOva Center, a large multidisciplinary complementary medical center in New York City. She wrote her first book, Making Babies, with a reproductive endocrinologist; published by Little Brown in 2009, it has so far been translated into 6 languages and remains a bestseller in its genre. Her second book, Sex Again, on low libido, was published by Workman Press in 2013. Jill is a former associate professor of Chinese medicine at Mercy College in New York and currently teaches Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Doctoral Program at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego. Jill has given a TED Talk and appears regularly on Dr. Oz. She has given Katie Couric acupuncture on TV, discussed libido on The Talk and Fox News, appeared on Good Morning America and The Early Show, and has been interviewed many times in the national print media.