Online Training Course

Prod ID: 304
Telehealth Structure & Standards for Providers

Telemedicine services can significantly expand your patient base and boost your bottom line. This session explains regulatory and compliance issues from a healthcare attorney’s perspective, designed to keep your office in line with legal obligations.

CEUs

1

Length

51 min

Price

$97

The technology and government regulation and oversight of telemedicine/telehealth is rapidly evolving. Sure, providing telemedicine services can significantly expand your patient base and boost your bottom line, but that could all be for nothing if you end up paying massive compliance violation penalties and fines or end up in court.

Heidi Kocher

JD, MBA, CHC


Heidi's experience in healthcare law and compliance includes time in private practice, as well as positions at a large hospital corporation, serving as a compliance officer for a sleep lab/DME company and a compliance director/privacy officer at a medical device manufacturer. She has represented and advised critical access and long-term care hospitals, physician groups, home health agencies, DME companies, pharmacies, non-profit organizations, and licensed individuals. She serves as Counsel with Liles Parker, PLLC, a leading healthcare law firm in Washington, D.C. She is certified in Healthcare Compliance and is a member of the State Bar Association of Texas, and the American Health Lawyers Association.

Gain the facts on Telehealth regulatory and compliance issues from a healthcare attorney’s perspective. The only way to protect yourself and your practice from landing in hot water is to have a firm understanding of what the regulations are, know what trouble signs to look for, and learn how to avoid them.

The technology and government regulation and oversight of telemedicine/telehealth is rapidly evolving. And now, in light of the coronavirus pandemic, everyone is concerned about in-person healthcare services, leading to an explosion of telemedicine visits and corresponding claims. This means the government will increase its scrutiny of this area – and indeed, it has already announced investigations. Sure, providing telemedicine services can significantly expand your patient base and boost your bottom line, but that could all be for nothing if you end up paying massive compliance violation penalties and fines or end up in court.

The only way to protect yourself and your practice from landing in hot water is to have a firm understanding of what the regulations are, know what trouble signs to look for, and learn how to avoid them. Gain the facts on Telehealth regulatory and compliance issues from a healthcare attorney’s perspective.

Self-paced online program includes unlimited review of previously recorded instruction and the downloadable PowerPoint handout for 6 months.

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