Health Law Hacks: Cracking the Code of Healthcare Compliance
Health Law Hacks is a free webinar series designed to give busy medical professionals a quick recap of recent legal developments related to healthcare compliance. This series, sponsored by Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC, features three of the foremost attorneys practicing healthcare law in Kansas and Missouri: Anne Kindling, Diane Bellquist, and Richelle Marting.
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About the Presenters
Anne Kindling | JHC
Anne Kindling devotes her legal practice to health and hospital law, administrative and regulatory defense, and civil litigation. Anne counsels organizational and individual health care providers on physician contracts, medical staff relations, peer review and risk management, practice compliance issues such as HIPAA and EMTALA, professional licensure, and defense of medical malpractice claims throughout Kansas. Her nearly 30 years of experience as an attorney includes over 10 years managing claims and risk management for a 500-bed hospital and multi-specialty clinic, pairing her sound legal knowledge with field experience that affords her clients practical solutions to complex questions.
Diane Bellquist | JHC
Diane L. Bellquist is an attorney with Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC whose practice is focused on providing licensure defense services for professionals and entities. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Kansas School of Law. Prior to private practice, Diane served as General Counsel for the Office of the State Bank Commissioner and as Assistant General Counsel for the Kansas Board of Healing Arts.
Richelle Marting | Marting Law
Richelle Marting is an attorney, registered health information administrator, and certified coder who focuses her practice on healthcare coding, billing, and reimbursement issues. She has served as an outpatient multi-specialty surgery coder, hospital-based outpatient coder, compliance coordinator for a large multi-specialty medical group, interim system privacy officer, and interim director of managed care. As an attorney, she advises clients proactively on complex reimbursement questions and has guided multiple clients through extensive Medicare, OIG, and private payor audits and investigations. She has also served as an expert in litigation in matters involving health information management, reimbursement, and privacy.
Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule 2023
Aired: September 20, 2022
In this webinar, attorneys Diane Bellquist, Anne Kindling, and Richelle Marting discuss critical proposed changes to E/M coding and payment to begin preparing for the anticipated changes impacting E/M, remote monitoring, telehealth, and RHCs/FQs.