Peers & Magnets: A TMS Roundtable Discussion
You’re invited to join the Clinical TMS Society for this installment of our Grand Rounds Webinar Series: Peers & Magnets: A TMS Roundtable Discussion with panelists Paul E. Croarkin, DO, MS, Todd Hutton, MD, and Kevin Kinback, MD.
Get your questions answered by your Society peers and leaders!
- Practice development & compliance issues
- Ways to optimize clinical outcomes
- How to choose the right TMS system
- TMS training and supervision of staff
- TMS education
- Physician recruiting
- Marketing your TMS practice
- Other as determined by questions
Format: Webinar using Zoom Video Communications
Cost: Members: $25 | Non-members $50
Roundtable Discussion Panelists:
Paul E. Croarkin, DO, MS | Mayo Clinic College
Paul Croarkin, DO, MS is Associate Professor of Psychiatry, and the
Division Chair for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for the Mayo Clinic
College of Medicine and Science. He is currently the Society’s Vice
President/President Elect and co-chair of the Research Committee. Dr.
Croarkin’s area of expertise is in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and
Research on Off-Label Indications.
Todd Hutton, MD | Southern California TMS Center
Todd Hutton, MD is the Chief Medical Director for Southern California
TMS Center and the Associate Professor of Psychiatry for Keck School
of Medicine at USC. He is currently the Society’s Treasurer and
co-chair of the 2018 Annual Meeting Committee. Dr. Hutton has
experience with adult psychiatric conditions, multi-location clinical practice, and
staff hiring & training.
Kevin Kinback, MD | Advanced TMS Center
Kevin Kinback, MD is the Director at Advanced TMS Center, and Assistant
Professor of Psychiatry for the School of Medicine at Loma Linda
University. He currently serves on the Society’s Board of Directors and is
the co-chair of the Insurance Committee. Dr. Kinback’s area of expertise
is the business side of TMS, contracting, hiring associates, insurance
matters, risk management and safety protocols, handling complex
patients (i.e. VNS, h/o migraines, PD, etc), and tips to improve tolerance.