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Chicago Medical Society now offering
Physicians Legal Issues Conference !
Choose from 18 on-demand CME courses and earn up to 17 CME Credits
These CME webinars are targeted towards all physicians and lawyers who work with healthcare related cases. Whether you are an experienced healthcare lawyer or physician in any practice setting or simply entering the field of healthcare, these courses will provide valuable insight and strategies that can improve your practice.
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- Healing the Healer: Recognizing and Dealing With Impairments that Can Affect a Physician’s Ability to Practice
Identify impairments that can affect a physician’s ability to practice medicine, as well as ways to intervene, and understand their legal implication.
- Negotiating Managed Care Contracts
This session will guide attendees through the entire managed care negotiating process from preparation to termination. Gain practical insights on some of the most challenging contracting issues facing physicians and their counsel in todays managed care environment.
- Payer and Provider Initiative under the ACA
The ACA caused a paradigm shift in the working relationships between payers and providers who now see the benefits of working together in a time of hospital consolidation and employment of physicians. This panel presentation will discuss the new “partnerships” being formed between physicians and their payers to address the clinical integration trends and payment challenges in their communities.
- Telemedicine Compliance- Maximizing Patient Care & ROI While Minimizing Government Risks
Discuss recent uptick in medical board, FDA, FTC, Medicare, and DEA investigations of telemedicine businesses. This session will address best practices for avoiding government investigations while highlighting the reimbursement and funding models that have proven most successful for maximizing ROI and the patient experience.
- The Physician Shortage Crisis and Use of Allied Healthcare Providers
The U.S is facing an increasing number of insured, rapidly aging patients. At the same time, the number of generalist physicians is decreasing significantly. Receive practical tips on how allied healthcare providers can safely collaborate and/or work independently to fill the physician shortage gap and avoid liability and licensure exposure.
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