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Seminar: Employment and HR Best Practices for the Recovery Industry

There are nearly 30 new laws in California that affect the workplace in 2018. The addiction treatment industry isn't immune from these new regulations controlling the employment relationship. Are you compliant?

Employment law isn't a place where you can take chances, 'wing it', or 'learn on the fly'. One bad decision with the wrong employee and you're dealing with administrative headaches, costly litigation, and more. And when you fail to implement the right policies company-wide -- or implement the wrong ones -- the results can be disastrous.
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When: March 2, 2018 at 10:00 am - 1:00 pm PST
** Please note date change from February 23 to March 2 **
Where: Nelson Hardiman Conference Facilities, West Los Angeles

Speakers:
Zachary Rothenberg
Kristina Sherry
Wendy Elgin Silva

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Seminar: Risk Reality and Preventative Solutions In The Commercial Payer Landscape

The only Risky Business we like is that movie with Tom Cruise ... and to be fair, we don’t like it that much anymore -- it hasn’t aged well.

But there is one thing in our space that never gets old: a provider billing an insurance company runs the risk of an audit.

No one likes an audit, but comprehensive reviews are a reality in the addiction treatment and recovery industry. With heightened attention toward billing practices, providers need to be proactive in preventing and eliminating accusations of fraud or abuse.
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When: March 26, 2018 at 11:00 am - 2:00 pm PST
Where: Nelson Hardiman Conference Facilities, West Los Angeles

Speakers:
Lee Arian
Max Sirianni

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Seminar: Contracting with Physicians While Complying with DHCS' IMS Guidelines: Avoid Costly Mistakes!

Incidental medical services at residential treatment facilities must be provided by one or more physicians and surgeons licensed by the Medical Board of California or the Osteopathic Medical Board or by licensed health care practitioners acting within the scope of practice of their licensure and under the direction of a physician and surgeon. The healthcare practitioners providing IMS must be knowledgeable about addiction medicine.

Residential treatment facilities who engage healthcare practitioners to provide IMS need to have a comprehensive understanding of the law that permits IMS as well as DCHS’ recent guidelines and upcoming regulations. Mistakes in this area – such as contracting with physicians to provide broader primary care or psychiatric care to their clients at your facility – can put your license (and the physician’s license) at risk and can potentially result in violations of California’s corporate practice of medicine law (CPOM), which generally prohibits licensed health professionals from working for business entities other than professional corporations or for unlicensed people.
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When: April 30, 2018 at 10:00 am - 1:00 pm PST
Where: Nelson Hardiman Conference Facilities, West Los Angeles

Speakers:
Kathryn F. Edgerton
John A. Mills

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Seminar: Risk Reality and Preventative Solutions In The Commercial Payer Landscape

The only Risky Business we like is that movie with Tom Cruise ... and to be fair, we don’t like it that much anymore -- it hasn’t aged well.

But there is one thing in our space that never gets old: a provider billing an insurance company runs the risk of an audit.

No one likes an audit, but comprehensive reviews are a reality in the addiction treatment and recovery industry. With heightened attention toward billing practices, providers need to be proactive in preventing and eliminating accusations of fraud or abuse.
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When: September 7, 2018 at 11:00 am - 2:00 pm CST
Where: Lin and Patel Conference Facilities, Chicago

Speakers:
Lee Arian
Max Sirianni
Michelle E. Lin, Esq.
Amee V. Patel, Esq.

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