This webinar will cover a variety of topics including OCR’s Covid-19 telemedicine and other guidance, trends in the breaches reported to OCR, recent enforcement actions, HIPAA best practices, and common compliance challenges, and an overview OCR’s HIPAA compliance resources.
Presenter: Sarah West
Sarah West is an investigator with US Department of Health and Human Services in the Office for Civil Rights in the Southeast Region. She responds to HIPAA complainants and conducts HIPAA breach investigations and compliance reviews. She is also responsible for responding to complaints submitted by individuals who feel they have been discriminated against by an individual or entity that receives federal financial assistance from HHS on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex and in limited circumstances religion. She attended law school at Georgia State University’s College of Law, obtained a masters of arts in bioethics from Case Western Reserve University, and completed a bachelor’s in arts at Furman University, in Greenville, South Carolina.
Webinar: Reviewing the Recent RHC Reimbursement Changes from CMS
January 27, 2021 | Noon Central
This webinar will feature Brock Slabach, senior vice president for members services of the National Rural Health Association, who will detail the recent changes to rural health clinic reimbursement as part of the COVID-19 relief package passed by Congress in late December. This bill included major changes regarding CMS reimbursement amounts for both independent and provider-based rural health clinics, and it is important that RHC administrators and pertinent staff attend to fully understand how these changes will affect them and their practice. This webinar will also discuss the steps being taken to correct the negative elements of this bill in order to benefit all RHC types.
No cost for members - $25 for non-members
Arkansas Rural Health Annual Conference
Part 3 of the 2021 Arkansas Rural Health Annual Conference is now available on-demand which features sessions on rural challenges and opportunities.
Members may register for the session at $25 per session or a $60 session fee for non-members. A $60 registration fee includes membership for one year.
to view the full agenda for this session.
Register for Part I - National Policy Updates
Register for Part II - State Funding Opportunities
Register for Part II - Rural Health Challenges and Opportunities
This year's 3-part Annual Conference is now available on-demand. Each session will meet around three hours, allowing ample time for other professional obligations!
Members may register for any session at $25 per session or a $60 session fee for non-members. A $60 registration fee includes membership for 1 year, allowing you to register at the $25 rate for the other two sessions.
Part I - National Policy Updates
Register Online for Part II - State Funding Opportunities
Register Online for Part III - Rural Health Challenges and Opportunities
Click here to view the full agenda for all three sessions.
Provider-Based Rural Health Clinic Billing
Join the association and MedCycle Solutions as they explain the differences between provider-based and independent rural health clinics.
Key Learning Objectives Include:
This webinar is in partnership with Mississippi Rural Health Association and Alabama Rural Health Association.
Rural Clinics’ Embrace of the CMS Medicare Chronic Care Management Program---Improving Patient Outcomes & Driving Up Reimbursement
Available for Download Through December 31, 2024
Join Chandra Donnell, VP of Client Success with CrossTx and Faith Jones with HealthTechS3, a nationally recognized expert in Medicare Chronic Care Management and Care Coordination and long-time CrossTx partner, to participate in a webinar covering this new opportunity to track current care and provide enhanced care to at-risk patients while generating new reimbursement from CMS Medicare. The webinar includes best approaches, tips for sustainability, and practical methods for bolstering revenue with Chronic Care Management, Behavioral Health Integration, and Collaborative Care Management. Learn about challenges and unique opportunities facing rural health clinics and unfolding CMS rules that can help improve overall patient care while contributing more revenue to rural health clinics.
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