Telehealth is increasing significantly during the pandemic as it becomes available to more types of healthcare providers around the United States. Rules are being relaxed to accommodate this necessary expansion. However, it’s important to continue to keep general healthcare compliance guidance in mind. Certain actions or oversights may come under scrutiny and be considered violations. Here are five basic tips to follow.
First Healthcare Compliance hosts Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C., Houston, TX, for an interactive discussion on “HHS Final Rules, Patient Access to PHI & Health Apps Intersect.” On March 9, 2020, HHS announced the promulgation of two final rules - the ONC Final Rule and
First Healthcare Compliance hosts Channing D. Sheets, MSEd, RVT, RBP, is a Senior Safety Engineer and Epidemiologist at Cal OSHA, for an interactive discussion on “Aerosol Transmissible Disease Standard (ATD) using California Standards as a Model.” This presentation will briefly describe the elements of an ATD plan and include some published case studies. Educational Objectives:
First Healthcare Compliance hosts Neil Johnson, Managing Partner, & David Opalek, Director of Lawrence, Evans & Co., LLC, for an interactive discussion on “Healthcare Funding in the Time of COVID-19.” This webinar will provide a discussion on the current financial markets and impact of businesses during COVID-19. It will include a summary of CARES Act
First Healthcare Compliance hosts Sonal Patel, Health Care Coder and Compliance Consultant at Nexsen Pruet, for an interactive discussion on “Compliant Coding & Billing For TeleHealth During COVID-19.” This webinar is based on both the March 31, 2020 unpublished Interim Final Rule, as well as the Interim Final Rule officially published in Federal Register on
First Healthcare Compliance hosts Channing D. Sheets, MSEd, RVT, RBP, is a Senior Safety Engineer and Epidemiologist at Cal OSHA, for an interactive discussion on “COVID-19 for Healthcare Workers.” This presentation provides background information on the virus, its etiology, quarantine measures, and control measures for the healthcare setting. Educational Objectives: 1. Discuss COVID-19 Etiology and
First Healthcare Compliance hosts Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C., Houston, TX, for an interactive discussion on “Coronavirus and Its Impact on HIPAA, Telecommuting, and Patient Care.” In 2014, our presenter, Rachel Rose, who also teaches bioethics to medical students at Baylor College of Medicine (Houston,
First Healthcare Compliance hosts Stephen Bittinger, attorney with Nexsen Pruet’s Health Care Practice Group., for an interactive discussion on “The TeleHealth Revolution to Fight COVID-19.” Learn the sweeping changes that occurred in TeleHealth across all payors to fight COVID-19 and how to implement these services. Objectives: 1. Learn the Major CMS Changes to TeleHealth 2.
First Healthcare Compliance hosts Bob Chaput, Founder and Executive Chairman of the Board of Clearwater, for an interactive discussion on “How to Conduct an OCR-Quality Risk Analysis.” This webinar has been designed to help covered entities and business associates understand and act on the specific Risk Analysis requirements included in the HIPAA Security Final Rule
First Healthcare Compliance hosts Stephen Bittinger, Esq. of Nexsen Pruet, for an interactive discussion on “The Biggest Health Care Scams in 2019 and How to Avoid Being a Target in 2020.” Attendees will learn about the mechanics of some of the largest health care fraud scams of 2019, how many providers became victims of these