Kathleen W. McNicholas, MD, JD, CHC, CCEP, will lead the presentation Ethics, OSHA, and Patient Safety at the upcoming Virtual Healthcare Compliance Symposium 2021 on April 22.
Distinguished Speaker to Discuss Cybersecurity in Healthcare at Healthcare Compliance Symposium on April 22, 2021
Raymond Ribble, founder of SPHER, Inc. a leading SaaS-based compliance analytics solution, will serve as the Distinguished Speaker at the upcoming Healthcare Compliance Symposium to address the issue of cybersecurity in healthcare.
Stephen Bittinger Partner with K&L Gates in the firm’s Charleston office and a member of the health care/FDA practice group, will lead the presentation Year One of PHE Regulatory Disruption of Reimbursement: Who Adapted, Who is at Risk, Bad Actors at the Healthcare Compliance Symposium 2021 on April 22.
Donald A. Balasa, JD, MBA, CEO and Legal Counsel at American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA), will present the webinar “Expanded Roles and Duties for Medical Assistants during the COVID-19 Era” on April 13th. Mr. Balasa answered these questions in anticipation of the webinar.
Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA is a Principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C. (Houston, TX). She will lead the presentation Hot Topics in HIPAA and FWA at the upcoming Virtual Healthcare Compliance Symposium 2021 on April 22.
The 4th annual Healthcare Compliance Symposium is a joint effort of Delaware Law School and First Healthcare Compliance to 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 April 22, 2021 from 11:30 am ET until 5:45 pm ET. Registration is available to the public with discounted pricing until March 1, 2021.
Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, presented the webinar “The New AKS and Stark Laws Final Rules – Key Take-Aways” recently. Rachel returned to answer many commonly asked questions from the webinar.
Successful employee education is an integral part of a comprehensive healthcare compliance program. Compliance professionals must consider which topics should be offered to the workforce. Of course, proper training depends on variables such as type of healthcare organization, roles of employees and location of the entity. States may impose specific requirements that go beyond federal requirements. Generally, four broad categories cover the topics imperative to the start of a comprehensive healthcare compliance program.