Pain Management Professional’s Legislative, Regulatory Compliance, and Tren...

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Biltmore Park Town Square

28 Schenck Parkway

Building 2B, Suite 200

Ashville, North Carolina 28803

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A Practitioner’s, Lobbyist’s, and Compliance Officer’s Effort to Protect the Clinical Discipline of Pain Management

This compelling seminar is designed to address:

  • Pain Management Prescribing and Patient Compliance regulations specified for your jurisdiction
  • Audit Process for “intent to comply” which can defeat a felony charge
  • Management checks and balances defeating “Respondent Superior liability”
  • Administrative checks and balances defeating “Respondent Superior liability”
  • Clinical protocols and best practices exceeding Joint Commission expectations
  • Program development and “Return On Investment” strategies
  • Legislative proposals and developments in Federal and State Jurisdictions, and beyond

Bob Coates’ national presence as a practitioner, registered federal lobbyist for healthcare clients, consultant to healthcare attorneys, and, successful history of an impressive Executive practitioner of healthcare ROI in 19 clinical multispecialty practices, and healthcare compliance officer consulting in 16 state jurisdictions over 34 years. He holds clinical offices in his specialty in treating affected licensed healthcare and legal practitioners in Tampa, Florida, Alexandria, Virginia, and Franklin, Tennessee. He has taught credentialed Healthcare Continuing Education under the Florida Division of Medical Quality Assurance for healthcare practitioners since 1997. See Bob’s Linkedin profile @ https://www.linkedin.com/in/bob-coates-8046326/

During this seminar, you will be provided:

  • The requirements of the current jurisdictional opioid and pain management regulations mandated by your state jurisdiction;
  • Congressional pain management mentality, and the ~632 current legislative bills pending in Congress, and how they will affect your practice.
  • He will review the pitfalls of the current CDC Guidelines for Pain Management,
  • Demonstrate successful “intent to comply”proven efforts physicians may use in their practice which are reimbursable by CMS which also protects the physician and clinical practitioners in the clinic against felony charges.
  • He will address the ways pain management physicians become “respected patient and practitioner referral magnets”by promoting their practice protocols resulting in patient retention toward healing;
  • Address administrative and management compliance initiative to defend “Respondent Superior” allegations from staffing errors to include HIPAA, clinical audits, and revenue enhancements which, if not adhered to, will place supervising physicians and clinic management at legal/financial risk;
  • Review 6 prevalent policy and procedures categories most licensure boards require for certification and licensure;
  • …and much, much more.

The cost of the seminar is nominal to compared to the legal professional demands of beginning at an average of a $25,000 non-refundable retainer to respond to a Letter of Probable Cause,IF you are able to prove innocence.

The cost is $592.50 for the seminar for one registration; $525 for 2-3 same clinic practitioners registering at the same time; $495 each for 4 or more from the same practice.

BONUS:A complimentary clinical record written review of a sanitized patient chart (one per practice). Schedule your interest in this bonus compliance initiative in advance of the seminar, preferably at the time of your registration.

It is imperative you register soon, understanding participant space is limited due to SyMedica’s commitment for a superior and individualized educational and consulting experience.


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Biltmore Park Town Square

28 Schenck Parkway

Building 2B, Suite 200

Ashville, North Carolina 28803

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