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COVID-19 and Medi-Cal: Guidance from Enrollment to Payment Webinar

COVID-19 and Medi-Cal: Guidance from Enrollment to Payment Webinar

Program originally recorded on July 1, 2020.

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Overview

Access to care has never been more essential — especially for COVID-19 patients. That’s why the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) requested federal approval to provide greater flexibility to providers with Medi-Cal enrollment and payment for services during the COVID-19 crisis.

FFY 2021 IPPS Proposed Rule

 

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Since the publication of this recording, CMS has published the final rule. Review a summary here. This topic will be covered in Hospital Compliance webinars in February 2021.

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TJC Surveys Resume — Know What to Expect Webinar

Originally recorded June 30, 2020

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Overview 

In March, The Joint Commission (TJC) suspended all surveys due to COVID-19. That has changed as the COVID-19 curve flattens and state and counties begin to reopen. As of June 1, TJC has resumed reaccreditation surveys nationally, including hospitals in some California counties.

Consent and Related Health Care Law Webinar Day Three

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Overview

This webinar series replaces the 2020 Consent Law Seminar.

Consent law has changed again, privacy law just got more complicated and the pace around many hospitals shows no sign of slowing. High-stakes decisions need to be made quickly. You need to be informed.

Consent and Related Health Care Law Webinar Day Two

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Overview

This webinar series replaces the 2020 Consent Law Seminar.

Consent law has changed again, privacy law just got more complicated and the pace around many hospitals shows no sign of slowing. High-stakes decisions need to be made quickly. You need to be informed.

Consent and Related Health Care Law Webinar Day One

Recording

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Overview

This webinar series replaces the 2020 Consent Law Seminar.

Consent law has changed again, privacy law just got more complicated and the pace around many hospitals shows no sign of slowing. High-stakes decisions need to be made quickly. You need to be informed.