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WELCOME TO THE 2011 MAATA ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM AND BUSINESS MEETING MAY 20-22, 2011 RESTON TOWN CENTER RESTON, VA PowerPoint Presentation
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WELCOME TO THE 2011 MAATA ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM AND BUSINESS MEETING MAY 20-22, 2011 RESTON TOWN CENTER RESTON, VA

WELCOME TO THE 2011 MAATA ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM AND BUSINESS MEETING MAY 20-22, 2011 RESTON TOWN CENTER RESTON, VA

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WELCOME TO THE 2011 MAATA ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM AND BUSINESS MEETING MAY 20-22, 2011 RESTON TOWN CENTER RESTON, VA

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  1. WELCOME TO THE 2011 MAATA ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM AND BUSINESS MEETING MAY 20-22, 2011 RESTON TOWN CENTER RESTON, VA

  2. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting PRESENTATION OF HONORS & AWARDS

  3. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Service Award

  4. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting • Lori E. Bristow, MEd, ATC • Head Athletic Trainer/Associate Athletic Director • The Gilman School • Service to the MAATA: • MAATA Symposium Educational Program Committee • Scholarship Selection Committee • Site Selection Committee

  5. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer

  6. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Mark R. White, MS, ATC, LAT Head Athletic Trainer Southeast Guilford High School Past-President of the NCATA

  7. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Randall Meador, MS, ATC • Coordinator of Athletic Training Services • West Virginia University • Past President/past Vice President of WVATA

  8. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting MAATA Hall of Fame

  9. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting John C. Spiker, PT, ATC President/CEO Health Works Rehab & Fitness Coordinator of Athletic Medical Services West Virginia University

  10. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Al Proctor, AT Retired from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction

  11. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Marty Bradley, MS, ATC, VATL Head Athletic Trainer Old Dominion University

  12. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting We are not done… We have one additional presentation.

  13. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting We will now take a 5 minute recess to allow the families of our winners to recess.

  14. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Secretary’s Report: Pat Aronson

  15. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Treasurer’s Report: Robert Cable

  16. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting MAATA Welcomes Dave Saddler, Associate Executive Director of the NATA

  17. 201 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Association News

  18. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Membership Statistics: Total Certified Athletic Trainers 2007 25,516 2008 26,054 2009 26,419 2010 26,283 2011 27,131

  19. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting • Finances: • Our market investments continue to trend in a positive direction. • It is projected that for the most recent fiscal period we ended the year with a balance/surplus. • For the third year the NATA BOD approved a deficit budget.

  20. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting NATA Presidential Elections

  21. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Three (3) candidates have expressed an interest in serving as the next President of our association. They are: Jim Thornton (District II) Mark Gibson (District IV) Terry Noonan (District V)

  22. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting • Secondary School Injury Surveillance Outcomes Study (SSISOS): Remarks by Jon Almquist. • Formation of State Association Advisory Council. Outgrowth of component relations task force. This body will make recommendations to the NATA BOD on matters of concern to state organizations. • Legislative Initiatives: Where are we?

  23. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Vision Quest Who, What, When and Where Athletic Training wants to be in 5, 10, 15 years Being Proactive, Not Reactive! Grounded in reality with achievable goals

  24. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Vision for the Athletic Training Profession Athletic trainers are integral members of the healthcare, wellness and sport communities, fully utilizing their knowledge, skills and abilities in the delivery of athletic training services that benefit the health and wellness status of our nation.

  25. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Development of Four (4) Strategic Goals

  26. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting 1. Scope of practice and appropriate terminology 2. Degree requirements and quality ofathletic training education programs 3. Practice position, employment andreimbursement 4. Research agenda for the future

  27. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting • Strategic Goal #1: Scope of practice and appropriate terminology • Ensure ATs can practice to the fullest extent of their scope of practice. • Harmonize state practice acts using common language.

  28. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting • Strategic Goal #2: Degree requirements and quality of athletic training education programs • The identification of the degree associated with professional preparation is within the domain of the individual institutions housing the educational programs. • Some baccalaureate programs may choose to transition to an entry level master’s program. • Regardless of the degree offered, professional preparation must involve an educational program that is responsive to changes in both curriculum content and professional practice. • The baccalaureate degree meets these needs at present.

  29. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting • Strategic Goal #3: Practice position, employment and reimbursement • Four AT practice models will exist concurrently: • School based/team based model • Third-party payer model • Employer-based model • Cash model

  30. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting • Strategic Goal #4: Clinically relevant research as an integral part of practice and practice model development • Focus on comparative effectiveness research and evidence-based practice. • Establish the infrastructure to support research. Establish regional research partnerships. • Assess and pursue grant opportunities and other relevant activities.

  31. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Where Do We Go From Here?

  32. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Proposal to Change the NATA By-Laws

  33. Bylaws Change Proposal Bylaws Proposal To give non BOC certified athletic trainer associate members the right to vote in association matters.

  34. Bylaws Change Proposal • Why? • To be more inclusive. • Make licensed athletic trainers feel a part of the association. • Encourage non BOC certified non-members to join the NATA.

  35. Bylaws Change Proposal Continued…

  36. Bylaws Change Proposal Total practicing athletic trainer associate members: 340

  37. Bylaws Change Proposal • ARTICLE 3 • MEMBERSHIP • 3.1 Classes of Members. NATA shall have the following classes of Members. The Board of Directors may create categories within each class. • Certified Members. Certified members possess current National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification, Inc. (BOC) certification (ATC) and are in good standing with the BOC. • Certified-Retired Members. Certified-Retired Members have resigned certification with the BOC and met the Policies and Procedures Manual requirements for Certified-Retired status. • Other Members. Individuals who do not possess BOC certification.fall into the above categories.

  38. Bylaws Change Proposal

  39. Bylaws Change Proposal 3.4 Membership Rights and Privileges. (c)Other Members. Other Members shall have the right to attend the Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, the Annual Members’ Meeting, and other national meetings of NATA. . but shall have no voting rights and. Other Members shall have no voting rights, except for non-certified athletic trainers operating legally under their state practice act, who shall have the right to one (1) vote on any matter coming before the Members. Other Membersshall not be eligible to serve as Directors or Officers of NATA. Such Members shall have other rights and privileges prescribed by the Board of Directors and set forth in these Bylaws and the Policies and Procedures Manual.

  40. Bylaws Change Proposal ARTICLE 8 8.2 (b) Election. Elections shall be conducted in an orderly, efficient, equitable and secure manner. Aballot shall be sent to each Certified Member having voting rights. An election shall not be held if there is only one candidate. The candidate receiving the largest number of votes shall take office as NATA’s President at the next Annual Members’ Meeting.

  41. Bylaws Change Proposal

  42. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Questions or Discussion?

  43. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Motion to Accept or Reject the Proposed Changes to the NATA By-Laws as outlined.

  44. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting Board of Certification(BOC) Recertification Fee; An overview

  45. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting What is the re-certification FEE? The BOC charges an annual fee to credential holders to cover the cost of maintaining services at the BOC. Historically this fee has been collected by the NATA as part of a member’s annual dues. The NATA in turn pays the BOC on behalf of the membership. This fee currently stands at $14.50/year for NATA members.

  46. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting What is changing? As part of an external review the BOC was advised that its’ current procedure of having the NATA collect its re-credentialing fee was not in keeping with industry “best practices”. Further it was recommended that each credential holder pay individually as opposed to the group payment method currently utilized by the NATA.

  47. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting What is going to change? Starting in December with the normal renewal cycle members will see more of an ala carte selection process when they renew their membership in the NATA. Members must choose that they wish to have the NATA collect, on the members behalf, the BOC certification fee to receive the discounted price for re-certification. Those NATA members that select to pay the BOC re-credentialing fee during their NATA dues renewal will be charge $34 dollars instead of the $50 charge for non NATA members.

  48. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting How will this effect you? District III members currently pay $193/year. This is broken down as $150/year for NATA dues and $43 for district and state dues. This will change for the 2012 dues renewal process!

  49. 2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting A typical invoice for a district III member will look like this: NATA membership $150 BOC re-certification Fee $ 34 District & state dues $ 43 total $227 The NATA will retain the $14.50 it previously collected.