National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) and Healthcare Integrity and Protection Data Bank (HIPDB) Querying and Reporting Demystified

Instructor: Evan A Coppola
Product ID: 700292
Training Level: Basic

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Training CD

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This training will help healthcare practitioners and providers to understand how these databanks - NPDB and HIPDB - are used and the potential ramifications of being reported to these databanks.

Proper use of the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) and the Healthcare Integrity Protection Data Bank (HIPDB) is critical for any health care entity that privileges, credentials or contracts with health care practitioners of any kind. It is equally important that the practitioners and providers understand how these databanks are used and the potential ramifications of being reported to these databanks. Despite the complexity of this material, the severe penalties associated with failing to query or report as required, the potential for litigation, the risk of significant liability and the potentially devastating career implications of being reported to one of these data banks, many hospitals, health plans and practitioners know very little about their obligations, their rights and the legal protections for making reports.

Areas Covered in the seminar:
  • The statutory and regulatory history of the data banks
  • The differences between the NPDB and HIPDB
  • Eligible querying and reporting entities
  • Protections for making reports
  • Using the Integrated Query and Report System (IQRS)
  • Conducting a fair “due process” hearing
  • Reportable actions and events
  • Reporting deadlines
  • Reporting to state authorities

Who Will Benefit:
  • Participants in Peer Review proceedings
  • Health care practitioners of all sorts (physicians, dentists, behavioral health care providers, nurses, EMS Personnel, etc.)
  • Hospital and health plan administrators
  • Attorneys who represent providers, hospitals or health plans

Instructor Profile
Evan A. Coppola is a practicing health care attorney with experience training and advising both provider and payor clients on compliance with all aspects of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). His experience ranges from advising individual physicians to serving as in-house counsel for a diverse health care system and a major health insurance carrier. This multifaceted background gives him a unique ability to identify not only the regulatory requirements imposed on different types of health care entities, but also to speak from experience about the real-world, practical impact that those regulations may have on your business.

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