Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C., Houston, TX, answers some common questions and provides explanations related to the education surrounding Automatic Dispensing Cabinets, Patient Care, and the Case of Nurse RaDonda Vaught.
Many practitioner audits fall short of best practices. The modern healthcare environment and complex goals for compliance require time, expertise, and attention to detail. Ideally, audits occur at regular intervals and identify incidents and patterns of potential billing and coding risk. There are also some surprising upsides of professional audits that include greater visibility of under-coding.
The Virtual HIPAA Privacy and Security Workshop 2022 on Nov 3, 2022 offers Multiple Learning Credits
The Virtual HIPAA Privacy and Security Workshop 2022 by First Healthcare Compliance will provide resources for professionals working to stay informed regarding the challenges of the complex and highly regulated healthcare industry. The virtual event will be held on November 3, 2022 from 12:45 pm ET until 4:15 pm ET. Registration is available to the public.
Lauren Moak Russell, Counsel, Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, answers some common questions and provides explanations of a few timely topics related to workplace civility, employers, and the National Labor Relations Board.
Expert attorneys Sean McKenna, Lauren Nelson, and Vincent Aiello of Spencer Fane LLP will share their insights in the complementary webinar, Preserving and Protecting Assets In Healthcare on October 13, 12 pm ET.
Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, principal with Rachel V. Rose, answers some common questions and provides explanations of a few timely topics related to the education surrounding business associate agreements.
The new legislation would tighten the use of patients’ health and location information. By guest author, Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA.
Adapted from First Healthcare Compliance’s presentation with Steven S. Wilder, BA, CHSP, STS, Senior Consultant & COO of Sorensen, Wilder & Associates on “Training Your Staff: The Active Shooter in a Healthcare Facility,” a healthcare facility is one of the easiest “soft targets” the active shooter can find…countless open doors on the perimeter make it an easy target. Staff must be prepared to recognize the event, respond properly, and recover afterwards. And, in the COVID-19 world, that risk may move to an even higher level.
The Federal Anti-Kickback Statute and the Stark Law are often confused because both laws deal with remuneration related to improper referrals. Large groups and multi-specialty practices must make an effort to
manage referrals and ancillary services while adhering to these important regulations. It’s helpful to understand the fundamental distinctions between the two laws. Please view our helpful infographic.