This webcast gives you a better understanding of the rules and policy currently enforced during the public health emergency (PHE) while clearing up common regulatory misunderstandings brought about by COVID-19.
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COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, has brought about a tangle of regulatory waivers and an inordinate amount of rule changes. The pandemic has wreaked havoc on hospitals, health systems and physician practices. And in its wake, it has created widespread confusion, especially among those healthcare professionals who are being called upon to conduct regulatory research during the public health emergency (PHE). And this confusion is compounded by common misunderstandings.
With very little light at the end of this tunnel of confusion, nationally respected healthcare attorney David Glaser’s webcast focuses on the most important changes affecting healthcare providers. He will untangle the plethora of new rules governing telemedicine—a topic already in the crosshairs of government and commercial auditors. His presentation will also address such questions as “can I require patients to wear a mask?” to “can I require staff to obtain a COVID-19 vaccination?”
Obviously, the rules and policy surrounding COVID-19 are quite confusing. During this webcast, David Glaser will clear up the confusion surrounding these issues. He’ll also explain how these regulatory waivers and rule changes are often misunderstood by lawyers, consultants and even Medicare contractors all of which are creating a surge mentality. Register now to gain a better understanding of regulatory issues during the coronavirus pandemic.
Why This Is Relevant:
The coronavirus pandemic continues its surge, bringing unprecedented pressure on systems and caregivers while raising legal issues associated with waivers to relieve regulatory burdens being felt by providers.
Who Should Attend:
Compliance, legal, CEOs, CFOs and anyone involved in regulatory compliance.
David M. Glaser, Esq., is a shareholder in Fredrikson & Byron’s Health Law Group. David helps clinics, hospitals, and other healthcare entities negotiate the maze of healthcare regulations, providing advice about risk management, reimbursement, and business planning issues. He has considerable experience in healthcare regulation and litigation, including compliance, criminal and civil fraud investigations, and reimbursement disputes. David’s goal is to explain the government’s enforcement position and to analyze whether the law supports this position. David is a popular panelist on Monitor Mondays and a member of the RACmonitor editorial board.
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