Doing DME Right: Startup Legal Considerations

Date: October 16 2019 CLE Credits: 1 General

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Rebroadcast - October 16, 2019

  • 11:00-12:00pm PST / 12:00-1:00pm MST / 1:00-2:00pm CST / 2:00-3:00pm EST

Course Description

This program was recorded on June 24th, 2019

The healthcare industry is heavily regulated, and violations of the law can have dire consequences, including criminal implications. Ensuring DME providers have the proper foundation from the commencement of their operations is vital from a compliance and business longevity perspective. This course will cover the basic business and legal considerations that new DME providers and their counsel must take into consideration, as well as areas of heightened enforcement. An overview of state and federal regulations and business considerations will be discussed in addition to best practices to provide new DME providers with the knowledge necessary to move forward in this space intelligently.



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  • Michael G. Silverman
    Michael G. Silverman is an attorney with previous experience as in-house legal counsel to one of the nation’s largest providers of DMEPOS and pharmaceuticals. Prior to joining the firm Michael served as the General Counsel and Compliance Officer to a nationally licensed mail order DMEPOS and pharmaceutical provider. Michael earned a BS in Psychology from Florida State University and a JD from the University of Miami School of Law. He graduated cum laude from both institutions and earned two book awards for academic excellence. While in law school, Michael interned for the late Senior Federal Judge Ryskamp in the Southern District of Florida.

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      • 1 General Credit
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    1. State Licensure Requirements
    2. Enrolling as a DME supplier with Medicare
    3. Hot Topic Legal Issues & Enforcement Trends
    4. General Business Considerations and Best Practices

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