We understand the challenges that healthcare providers are facing especially as the Delta variant surges and continues to strain the healthcare system and frontline workers. Add to that, President Biden’s recent executive order mandating that all healthcare workers be vaccinated. Join our Chief Compliance Officer, Donna Thiel for a series of three Executive Brief sessions on Wednesday, October 20; Wednesday, November 3; and Wednesday, November 20, to discuss the expanded vaccination mandate and the possible implications for healthcare providers as the federal guidance is released and continues to evolve.
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only necessitated an increased focus on compliance efforts it’s also highlighted the importance of ensuring buy-in of these efforts across organizations. Join us for a discussion with Margaret Scavotto, President of Management Performance Associates, and Mike Rosen, Co-Founder of ProviderTrust, during which we will cover our top compliance tips to help ensure a successful and safe 2022.
On Sept. 9, President Biden announced an executive order that includes new vaccination requirements for most healthcare entities that receive Medicare or Medicaid reimbursements. Building on the recently announced vaccination requirement for nursing facilities (announced on Aug. 18), the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) is now requiring healthcare facilities that receive federal funds to mandate vaccinations for their workers.
ProviderTrust sat down with Dr. Mia Finkelston of Amwell to discuss the rapid expansion and adoption of telehealth spurred by the pandemic. Although telehealth usage recently dropped slightly due to the return of in-person care, overall usage has still stabilized at levels 38 times higher than before the COVID-19 pandemic.
We do our best to advocate for the patients that our company strives to protect every day as often as we can: those that are the most vulnerable. This month, we’re shining a light on the disparities in healthcare treatment and outcomes the LGBTQ+ community continues to face.
In this conversation with Ronette Adams-Taylor, Dir. of Compliance and Risk and Associate General Counsel, we discuss Meharry’s response to COVID-19 and how the entire campus rallied to serve Nashville and lead the nation.
Travel nurses prove a challenging population for ongoing compliance and credential monitoring. In this post, we’ll explore the nuances of ongoing license and credential management for travel nurses.
In this webinar, we outline best practices for connecting and coordinating your Compliance and HR teams, processes, and operations in this new year as we all continue to navigate COVID-19.
October HHS OIG Work Plan updates include oversight of state MFCUs, a review of national drug control program funds, an audit of COVID-19 Uninsured Program and more.