Awareness is The Best Medicine

 
 

Core Knowledge of Health Care Law and Regulations
Awareness is The Best Medicine
 

 Webinar Modules

Initial Survive then Thrive (33 finished)

Communication (8 finished and staffed)

OB /GYN ( 6 currently in development)

 

The 60 minute Survive Then Thrive Webinar Presentations include:
present curriculum

  • Preventing Audits: Begin with the "Gap Analysis" Understanding RACs, ZPICs, MICs, Medicare
  • Social Media Compliance Issues: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
  • Getting Up To Date: Compliance Update
  • Reading the Tea Leaves. What surprises will 2015 Bring
  • Getting Up To Date, January 2015. Core Knowledge for survival in Private Practice - Panel of Health Care lawyers
To the point topics each week on Wednesdays
  • How to Be An Effective Change Agent Without Being "Disruptive"
  • How To Survive Hospital Politics
  • Practicing Medicine in an Era Of Being Political And Legal Corrective
  • Prepayment Reviews, Post Payment Audits and Suspensions. The Impact of These Administrative Enforcement Tools on Physicians, Providers, and Billers.
Dealing with government regulations
  • How to Stay Out Of Trouble With The DEA, DEA Diversion and Local Law Enforcement. - Senior DEA Agent
  • HIPAA: More Than Just Privacy. It's Administrative, Security and Technical.
  • HIPAA Risk Assessments and How to Avoid Liability.
  • HIPAA Explained. Audience Q and A
Protecting your practice
  • Malpractice and the Physician: The Little Known Issues
  • False Claims Act
  • How to get better Physicians Contracts and Leases
  • Discounts and Waivers -- When Permissible, When Illegal?
  • Social Media Compliance Issues. How to Prevent a Staffer From Giving You a HIPAA Fine
  • The Inner Workings of the Office Of Inspector General (OIG)
  • How Recent Supreme Court Decisions Changes How You Practice Medicine
 Decreasing risk
  • Risks Identified in 40 Years of Health Care Law Practice
  • Risk and Treatment of Burnout
  • When the Physician Peer Review Process is a Sham. How to correct it.
  • The DEA Could Not Care Less About Your Standard Of Care, Doctors
    - Physician who lost his license
  • Secrets of RACs, ZIPs, and Medicare 5 Step Appeals.
 The Real tenets of new coding  regulations under the ACA
  • Decreasing Coding Risks. How to Find The Secrets of Coding
  • OIGs Work Plan for 2015
  • Red Hot Compliance Issues
  • Third Party Coding and Billing Contracts and Compliance
  • Dramatic Financial Risks to Physicians As a Result of Obama Care Legislation
  • Decreasing Risks in Physician Contracts and Leases
  • Decreasing Risks from OSHA - Infectious disease expert
  • The Danger of Physicians Health Programs ( PHP)
  • Cloud Storage Providers and BAA's: Where is Your Data and other essential IT topics
  • 10 Legal Mistakes in Physician Contracts
  • Proper Communication Is Not An Option. Being Called "Disruptive" Can Quickly Destroy a Career 1, 2, 3
 
 
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This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the New Mexico Medical Society (NMMS) through the joint providership of Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services (RMCHCS) and Private Practice Survival webinar series. RMCHCS is accredited by the NMMS to provide continuing medical education for physicians. RMCHCS designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s). Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 
 

 

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