Ambulatory surgery centers: Legal and regulatory issues (Health lawyers: expert series)

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The Sixth Edition of Ambulatory Surgery Centers: Legal and Regulatory Issues addresses the unique nature of ASCs, emphasizing their physical and organizational separation from other providers, regardless of whether they are owned by a hospital, a physician practice, or other entity.

In this edition, the authors address the history behind the Price: $ The Sixth Edition of Ambulatory Surgery Centers: Legal and Regulatory Issues addresses the unique nature of ASCs, emphasizing their physical and organizational separation from other providers, regardless of whether they are owned by a hospital, a physician practice, or other entity.

In this edition, the Ambulatory surgery centers: Legal and regulatory issues book address the history behind the. Health systems across the nation are exploring ways to reengineer their ambulatory strategy to enhance coordination, meet patient demand and ensure care continuity —.

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Ambulatory Surgery Centers: Legal and Author: Koch MooreMelissa SzabadGretchen Heinze TownshendAmber McGraw WalshAmerican Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) Scott BeckerSarah Abraham ChackoRonald E. Lundeen. Ambulatory Surgery Centers: Legal and Regulatory Issues addresses the unique nature of ASCs, emphasizing their physical and organizational separation from other providers, regardless of whether they are owned by a hospital, a physician practice, or other entity.

In this newly-revised and updated edition, the authors address the history behind Author: Lexis. Running an ambulatory surgery center is complicated. We make sure your legal and regulatory compliance isn’t. Jackson LLP’s healthcare attorneys are well-versed in the regulatory and legal landscape impacting ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and their physician owners or managers.

The Legal and Regulatory Hurdles a highly regulated industry which requires expertise in tax, corporate/partnership, securities, and administrative law issues. Since many ambulatory surgery centers are owned by physicians and other partners (hospitals, management firms), the attorney selected must be familiar with the Stark laws, the Safe.

Ambulatory Surgery Centers Legal and Regulatory Issues 3rd Edition. We recently, with Amber Walsh, Melissa Szabad, Ron Lundeen and Elissa Koch, completed the third edition of this book for the American Health Lawyers Association.

This is a non royalty publication (i.e., we do. Outpatient Surgery Magazine is a national monthly magazine for physicians, nurses and administrators involved in the rapidly growing field of outpatient surgery.

The publication reaches individuals involved in the operation of freestanding ambulatory surgery centers, hospital outpatient surgery departments, and office-based surgery suites.

This publication offers advice. Ambulatory Surgery Centers: Legal and Regulatory Issues: Scott Becker: Books - or: Scott Becker. This key resource provides insight and guidance to managing ambulatory surgery centers (ACSs) from a broad spectrum of expertise. Intended for a wide audience of healthcare professionals, this book covers topics such as regulatory issues, outpatient pediatric anesthesia, inventory management, personnel training, the culture of safety, and sedation standards.

address a host of issues, from the inadequate number of primary care physicians to demands for cost effectiveness and greater patient satisfaction. If you advise clients in this area, you must be aware of the state regulatory scheme, as well as emerging issues related to.

This page provides basic information about being certified as a Medicare and/or Medicaid Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) supplier and includes links to applicable laws, regulations, and compliance information.

See link to 42 CFR Part below to the ASC conditions for coverage that went into effect on This key resource provides insight and guidance to managing ambulatory surgery centers (ACSs) from a broad spectrum of expertise.

Intended for a wide audience of healthcare professionals, this book covers topics such as regulatory issues, outpatient pediatric anesthesia, inventory management, personnel training, the culture of safety, and. 18th Annual Ambulatory Surgery Centers Conference: Improving Profitability & Business and Legal Issues.

Annual Conference from Becker's ASC Review, ASC Communications, the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association and the Ambulatory Surgery Foundation.

Oct. Westin Michigan Avenue, Chicago. Presentations Now Available. This toolkit provides information on the CMS Emergency Preparedness rule for Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs). There are four major content sections: Risk Assessment and Planning, Policies and Procedures, Communication Plan, and Training and Testing.

The content sections contain detailed information about the given portion of the rule. Florida Risk Management and Related Regulations | 3rd Edition - 1 She is a contributor on regulatory compliance and operational issues for several professional publications.

Sandra education and advocacy organization for ambulatory surgery centers where she served on Governance and other Committees.

DeBruhl’s practice focuses on the representation of healthcare providers, and in particular, physicians and their legal issues. DeBruhl’s multi-state clients include healthcare providers, specialty hospitals, medical staffs, ambulatory surgery centers, durable medical equipment providers, imaging facilities, and laboratories, and Location: Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA, United States.

DAVID E. MATYAS is a Member of the Firm in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice, in the firm's Washington, DC, office, where he serves as the Managing Shareholder for the office.

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He practices in the firm's Health Care Fraud Practice Group, which focuses on federal and state fraud issues such as anti-kickback, self-referral, false claims and regulatory compliance. Usually care is provided within a time frame of less than 24 hours.

Ambulatory care nursing may incorporate many aspects of nursing, including telehealth, triage, ambulatory surgery, care coordination, delegation, acute and chronic illness management, and legal/regulatory standards.

Nursing CE courses can help keep these professionals prepared. Hospitals, ASCs & Urgent Care Centers. Ambulatory Surgery Centers. Our attorneys can help ASCs with a variety of legal and regulatory compliance issues, including ASC entity formation, Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute compliance, and OIG audit risk analysis.

We also guide ASC physician-owners through the process of selling their. He currently provides consulting services to over healthcare entities, including ambulatory surgery centers, free-standing emergency rooms, specialty hospitals, and physician office practices.

He also served on the Board of Directors of the Texas Pharmacy Association for five years, most recently serving as the vice-president in Cristina Bentin, CMA, CCS-P, COC, CPPM is the president of Coding Compliance Management, LLC, a healthcare consulting company specializing in Ambulatory Surgery Centers with emphasis on business operations assessments, HIPAA training, coding support/audits and training.

Account Expired. The APIC Text Online is a subscription-based online platform. Our records do not indicate that you have a current subscription. Despite billion ambulatory visits infrom a health care quality and safety perspective, the ambulatory setting has been less subject to research and scrutiny, compared to high-risk inpatient areas like surgery, perioperative and perinatal care, and the emergency department (ED).File Size: KB.

In his book, The Practice of This is the type of thinking that has spurred the development of ambulatory surgery centers. As one sets forth to establish an administrative framework for an ambulatory surgery center, it is important to realize that while structure is important, the key to success is an understanding that the physicians Author: William H.

Beeson. Adam Colvin co-chairs the firm's Healthcare Industry Group. Adam focuses his practice on regulatory, corporate and transactional matters in healthcare, including fraud and abuse issues, the Stark Law, joint ventures, hospital-physician affiliation and alignment, physician compensation, purchase and sale of physician practices, clinically integrated networks, accountable care.

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Based in the Washington, D.C. office, Abram Ellis is a Partner whose practice focuses on antitrust matters – including class action litigation, antitrust merger review and antitrust counseling – and on regulatory issues present in international and cross-border transactions.

The investigators also found that Medicare inspectors had flagged surgery centers in and for lapses in risk assessments. At least 14 patients had died after spine surgery in the two years since Medicare had begun paying for this.

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The training programs are provided through Educational Resource Centers (ERC's). A searchable NIOSH bibliographic database of occupational safety and health publications, documents, grant reports, and other communication products.

A question can be submitted to NIOSH on-line at their "Ask an Occupational Safety and Health Question " web page. Involved with a number of healthcare joint ventures, including for ambulatory surgery centers, cardiac centers, dialysis centers, specialty hospital investment, pharmacy joint ventures, joint venture of a HIC, etc.

Represented a group of physicians in the sale of their medical practice to Mt. Carmel Hospital.Our Sponsors – Development of such ventures include analysis of tax, antitrust and regulatory issues, as well as the negotiation and preparation of documentation evidencing both the transaction and the ongoing relationships between the parties.

We specialize in writing physicians, large groups, ambulatory surgery centers and.Life Safety Code Requirements. This page provides basic information about Medicare and/or Medicaid provider compliance with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Life Safety Code (LSC) and NFPA 99 Health Care Facilities Code (HCFC) requirements and includes links to applicable laws, regulations, and compliance information.