As part of the emergency measures to address COVID-19, all levels of government are facilitating, and even encouraging, the use of telemedicine technology. The primary goal, of course, is to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 to and from patients who would otherwise present for in-person services. The use of telemedicine is also providing…Read More
Health care organizations continue to face an increasing number of federal government enforcement actions premised on allegations that facility and professional services billed to government health care programs were not medically necessary, not documented appropriately or failed to meet complicated coding and billing rules. Listen along as Hall Render attorneys Ben Fee, Katherine Kuchan, Scott…Read More
Listen along as Hall Render attorneys discuss key trends and developments in health care fraud and abuse, compliance and government enforcement in 2019. In addition to a compliance update, the webinar will give health care organizations a greater understanding of the proposed Stark and Anti-Kickback proposed rules.
A Conversation with Assistant US Attorney Justin Olson Hall Render attorneys Addison Bradford and Lauren Rodriguez sit down with Justin Olson, an Assistant United States Attorney for the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Indiana who serves as the office’s Civil Health Care Fraud Coordinator, about his experience litigating civil health care compliance…Read More
Do you have a hospital or hospital-related development project that you would love to implement but just can’t seem to find the money? Do you have a development project in the works that needs a little boost to get across the finish line? Wondering if your health system can benefit from Opportunity Zones or other…Read More
Hospitals and health care providers frequently own, operate or manage medical office buildings on or around their hospital campus. As a condition to entering into a lease with an independent physician, the hospital, as landlord, will often require that the physician maintain medical staff privileges at the hospital. In this webinar, Hall Render attorneys Andrew Dick and Brian Betner will discuss medical staff basics, along with factors to consider when requiring a physician to maintain medical staff privileges as a condition to leasing space in a medical office building. Hospital and health care executives, in-house counsel and directors of real estate will want to consider attending this informative program.
Hall Render privacy and security attorneys held a roundtable discussion on the extra-territorial effect of the new European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), specifically for U.S. health care organizations, universities and researchers. Learn how GDPR may affect your organization, what steps you should take toward compliance with this new law, what the European regulators are saying,…Read More
Hall Render privacy and security attorneys held a discussion addressing how U.S. health care organizations may be impacted by the new European Union General Data Protection Regulation that goes into effect May 25, 2018. In-house counsel and executive leadership, including privacy and security officers, should consider watching this 60-minute PrivacyTalk.
CMS’s latest value-based payment model, Bundled Payments for Care Improvement Initiative (“BPCI”) Advanced, will begin October 1, 2018. This one-hour webinar will provide an overview of BPCI Advanced and highlight key factors to consider when deciding whether to participate in the model.
Hall Render attorneys from various practice areas held a roundtable discussion to share their experience and knowledge during this 60-minute TaxTalk. In-house counsel and hospital leadership, including CFOs and other financial executives, should consider viewing.
Hall Render and Modern Healthcare’s co-recorded webinar, You Could Be on the Hook: How Leaders Can Protect Themselves from Individual Liability, explains recent trends in individual liability and the False Claims Act and discusses how health care decision-makers should adjust to the new, more threatening environment.
This presentation will provide an overview of the Final Rule, released by CMS on November 1, 2016, implementing Section 603’s limitations on off-campus provider-based departments. Attorneys, hospital CFOs and other financial executives, compliance departments and billing and revenue cycle departments should consider watching this informative webinar.
This webinar provides an overview of MGCRB Wage Index Reclassification, of Urban to Rural Reclassification, Multiple Reclassifications including prior prohibition, court challenges, policy changes and 2-step reclass – “Rurban” Strategy including new opportunities for urban hospitals, considerations and case studies.
According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, nearly seven million Americans are abusing prescription drugs, more than the combined number of those abusing cocaine, heroin, hallucinogens, ecstasy and inhalants. Included within this webinar are best practices for prevention and early intervention, the elements of a successful investigation, ways to mitigate risk and a checklist for addressing the resulting employment actions.
Years after the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act took effect, employers are still facing large settlements for failing to accommodate their disabled workers. Learn what your obligations are, best practices to reduce your organization’s risk and how to strategically document your interactive process to best defend enforcement action.
Conducting effective investigations is more important than ever, especially in the health care workplace. In this presentation, Larry Jensen will discuss the policies and tools all health care employers should have in place before the need for an investigation arises, as well as the uncommon events in the health care sector that trigger the need for an investigation.
In this presentation, Hall Render attorneys focus on FMLA usage in the health care industry and provide a general overview of, among other things, how an employer should determine if an employee is eligible for FMLA-protected leave and what rights an eligible employee is entitled to.
Join us as we offer insight into and analysis of wage and hour issues of unique interest to health care employers. Among the topics covered are the classification of employees, such as medical residents and interns.
Health care employers today continue to face a number of evolving challenges, not the least of which are the constantly changing rules and guidance from the NLRB. Join us as we review recent NLRB trends and developments affecting health care employers.