The New York Society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Responding to Fraud and Abuse Investigations
Telehealth – Cybersecurity
This event was cancelled and will be re-scheduled as soon as it will be possible. New date to be announced at a later time. Thank you for your understanding.
MLMIC Insurance Co. &
Fager Amsler Keller & Schoppmann, LLP (FAKSLAW)
Course Director: Laurentiu I. Dinescu, MD
Clinical Education Exec. Committee Co-Chair: Teresa Bianchi, DO
Al Anthony Mercado, Esq. – Managing Atty at Fager, Amsler, Keller & Schoppmann, LLP
William P. Hassett, Esq. – Fager, Amsler, Keller & Schoppmann, LLP
For all physiatrists, this workshop will provide timely and invaluable strategies how to navigate a fraud & abuse investigation, and best practices for telehealth encounters.
- Learn which entities may bring forward a fraud & abuse investigation.
- Share the procedures to follow when responding to a fraud & abuse investigation.
- Discuss documentation issues associated with investigations.
- Understand communication guidelines throughout the course of fraud & abuse investigation.
- Identify licensure issues associated with the use of telehealth.
- Learn requirements & ways to obtain consent for telehealth encounters.
- Discuss strategies to minimize risk of privacy breaches.
- Understand how to mitigate medical liability risks associated with telehealth encounters.
- Q&A: Answer pertinent questions from participants.
Cost: FREE for active NYSPMR members
$150 for non members
CME: 1.5 AMA PRA category 1 credit for live participation only.
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