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Peer/Provider Review Hearing Nuts and Bolts: Rights, Responsibilities and Risks for Hospitals, Health Plans and Physicians

Instructor: Evan A Coppola
Product ID: 700530
  • Duration: 60 Min

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In this Healthcare webinar, we will discuss the impact and complicated relationship of federal and state statures as well as important court decisions that form the modern medical peer review landscape.

Description

Attendees will receive practical tips for ensuring a fair hearing process, minimizing risk and preserving confidentiality and legal privileges associated with peer review process.

Medical Peer Review is one of the most complex and least understood areas of health care law. Many practitioners and health care organizations do not fully understand their legal rights and responsibilities when the relationship between the individual practitioner and the hospital, health insurers or group practice sours. The consequences for the practitioner’s career can be dire. The entity conducting the review and the review committee participants can be exposed to tremendous liability - including personal liability. In this presentation, we will discuss the impact and complicated relationship of federal and state statures as well as important court decisions that form the modern medical peer review landscape.

Areas Covered in the seminar:

  • Overview of the Peer Review Process
  • Conducting Peer Review Hearings
  • Applicable federal law and potential impact of state laws
  • Protection and confidentiality of peer review records
  • Pitfalls and Potential liability in conducting hearings
  • Risk Management and Best Practices

Who Will Benefit:

  • Physicians and other health care professionals
  • Peer review committee participants
  • Health care quality professionals
  • Attorneys representing health care practitioners
  • Hospital management
  • Health Plan management
  • Group health care practice partners/managers

Instructor Profile:

Evan A. Coppola,, is a practicing health care attorney with experience advising and representing hospitals, health care providers and health insurers in general legal matters and regulatory compliance with particular emphasis on the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and medical peer review issues.

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