Medical Practice Preparedness for the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Recorded On: 04/29/2020
Free for ACOI members! Physician practices are being significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, which continues to have a major impact on operations, patient care, and business finances. Amid all of this, laws and regulations are changing daily, and sometimes hourly, to meet the challenges. The ACOI is excited to bring you this nationally recognized panel of experts to keep you abreast of the latest developments impacting your patients and practice. This activity was originally presented as a live one-hour webinar followed by questions and answers. This activity is certified for 1.25 AOA 1-B Credit. Recorded April 29, 2020.
After participating in this educational activity, learners will be able to:
• Describe evolving administrative requirements to accommodate telemedicine into clinical practice, including ethical considerations and coding.
• Access guidance on the Paycheck Protection Program, staff employment issues, and key actions to maintain clinical operations and support the delivery of care.
• Summarize the latest legislative and regulatory updates, including new CDC guidance on infection control, and telehealth screening scripts, expanded non-physician provider scope of practice, and other breaking developments.
Samuel K. Snyder, DO, FACOI
Professor and Chair, Department of Internal Medicine
Nova Southeastern University
Member, ACOI Board of Directors
ACOI Research Committee
Sheila M. Mints, Esq.
Chair of Capehart Scatchard’s Health Care Group
Chair of Capehart Scatchard’s Health Care Group. Ms. Mints specializes in healthcare transactional matters, including shareholder and employment agreements, purchases and sales of medical practices, including ACO and IPO transactions, and practice mergers. Ms. Mints acts as general counsel to many large practices and ambulatory care facilities, assisting with transactional, tax, human resources mattes and negotiation with payors and vendors. Ms. Mints also handles governmental and commercial payor investigations and audits into health care billing and coding practices. An experienced tax lawyer, Ms. Mints represents her clients before the Internal Revenue Service, the federal Tax Court and state taxation departments in a variety of tax matters. She is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and New York.
Susan Lieberman, MBA, BSN
Vice President of Practice Resources
Vice President of Practice Resources at Conventus.