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This program was recorded on June 29, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted existing risk areas, and added new risks, for the health care industry. This course will address how health care providers, with the help of their attorneys, can manage risk in a post-pandemic world. From issues related to technology, including telehealth and HIPAA, to changes in how providers enter into contracts with vendors and employees, we will address important considerations that should not be overlooked. The course will also cover changes related to in-person care and issues related to mental health, as they relate to patients, providers, and health care employees
Jaide L. Beverly
Jaide is a lawyer in the Health Care group, where she focuses her practice on the representation of a variety of health care clients, including hospitals, academic medical centers, and physicians, with respect to their regulatory, compliance, transactional, contractual and business needs. Her experience includes drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a broad range of contractual arrangements, including: Clinical trial agreements, IT and software licensing agreements, Vendor agreements, Service agreements, HIPAA business associate agreements. Clients also turn to Jaide for advice on health care regulatory matters, including compliance with the Stark Law, state and federal Anti-Kickback Statutes, HIPAA and state privacy laws, and clinical and human subjects research.
Jessica Smith West
Jessica’s principal area of practice is health law, advising health care providers on regulatory and compliance matters, fraud and abuse, HIPAA, licensure, and certification. She also advises clients on emerging areas of health law, including Florida’s evolving cannabis law. Additionally, Jessica has experience in other practice areas, including commercial litigation and professional malpractice defense. During law school, Jessica worked as a research assistant for two health law professors, co-authoring an article on the professional liability of mental health providers and editing a textbook on bioethics and the law. In her time away from work, Jessica enjoys spending time with her husband and two young sons, painting, and cheering on the Florida Gators.
2 General Credits
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- Managing Risk Related to Technological Changes in the Delivery of Health Care
- Telehealth waivers
- State/Federal considerations
- HIPAA/Telehealth Training
- Managing Risk Related to In-Person Delivery of Health Care and Through Contracting
- Setting up offices for reopening/PPE
- Keeping patients and employees safe
- Contracts/Pandemic Specific Clauses
- Changes for vendor contracts and provider employment contracts
- Setting up offices for reopening/PPE
- Managing Risk Related Mental Health and the Law
- Dealing with Impaired Practitioners
- Malpractice for Mental Health Providers/Duty to Warn
- ADA and Mental Health