Procopio and the Association of Corporate Counsel-San Diego invite you to the second Health Law Roundtable of 2016. Enjoy a hosted breakfast as Procopio attorneys Rick Barton, Shelley Carder and Natalie Mueller present on the utilization of telemedicine, its unique legal challenges, and concerns in the arena for healthcare providers and attorneys.
Following this timely and important presentation, there will be a Q&A focused on the interests and concerns of the group.
You won’t want to miss this interactive ACC-SD Health Law Roundtable at Procopio’s Del Mar Office! The event is free to attend. Please click here to RSVP.
This activity is approved for one hour California general MCLE credit.
Issues to be discussed:
- Laws and regulations related to telemedicine in California: An overview of the current requirements will be presented.
- Trends in telemedicine implementation: Are there challenges for certain specialties? What are the key drivers for development, including reimbursement, availability and patient demand.
- Telemedicine Agreements: What terms are needed for a successful relationship? What are suggestions for best practice when dealing with a multi-hospital system?
- Bylaws, policies and procedures: Should telemedicine providers be a separate category of the medical staff? What unique considerations need to be taken into account?
- Credentialing: What are the regulatory compliance challenges, as well as the pros and cons of reliance on the originating and/or distant site?
- Peer Review: Communication and Confidentiality are two issues that confront both the originating and distant site in the ongoing relationship. Tips on how to assure compliance.
- Risk Management: What are the unique challenges in telemedicine? How can one ensure quality care and minimize exposure?