Making Progress with the Implementation of Privacy and Security Compliance and Practical Recommendations for Out-of-Network Billing
Déjà Vu Room - 1st Floor
5701 Main Street
Charles Dunham,IV, and Adam Solander, attorneys in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice, will present "Making Progress with the Implementation of Privacy and Security Compliance and Practical Recommendations for Out-of-Network Billing," a breakfast briefing hosted by Epstein Becker Green and moderated by Mark Armstrong, Member of the Firm.
Health care providers are increasingly facing challenges with network participation and reimbursement rates. Many are forced or elect to remain out of network with certain health plans but are struggling to compete and handle the complexities of out-of-network billing. These challenges make it imperative for health care providers to understand the current regulatory landscape and properly structure their billing and collection activities. Health care entities are also facing increased scrutiny and government audits regarding privacy and security compliance. It is important for health care entities to perform thorough assessments and implement affirmative safeguards to address and correct the associated risks.
Mr. Dunham will discuss recent legislative responses to surprise bills, how health insurers are handling out-of-network provider claims, and the legal issues surrounding waiver of patient costs, and Mr. Solander will speak on the common vulnerabilities and provide achievable solutions for maintaining privacy and security compliance.
You should attend this program if you are an administrator, chief executive officer, chief financial officer, compliance officer, privacy professional, security professional, information technology professional, or in-house attorney of any covered entity, including an academic medical center, ambulance provider, clinical laboratory, DMEPOS supplier, hospital, long-term care facility, health plan, MA Plan, Part D Plan, pharmacy, physician group, skilled nursing facility, or other health care provider.
To register for this breakfast briefing, click here.
There is a $30.00 registration fee. Health care organizations that register multiple attendees have a maximum registration fee of $90.00. If you have questions regarding this event, please contact Amanda Wilson Naumann at [email protected] or call (713) 300 - 3200.