Medical Staff Bylaws: Impact of Recent Regulatory Changes and Best Practices
Complying With CMS and Updating Hospital Governance Documents
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will prepare healthcare counsel to advise and guide healthcare providers, medical staffs and hospitals working towards medical staff bylaws compliance with the Joint Commission standards, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Conditions of Participation, the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) standards, and other applicable federal and state laws.
- CMS/Joint Commission medical staff standards
- New National Practitioner Guidebook impact on bylaw
- Best practices
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are some example bylaw provisions to consider?
- What potential pitfalls could be encountered in amending and approving revised bylaws—and what strategies can hospitals employ to overcome them?
- What are some ways to limit the need for hearings?
Adrienne E. Marting
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough
Ms. Marting’s practice focuses primarily on regulatory and litigation matters. She routinely represents... | Read More
Ms. Marting’s practice focuses primarily on regulatory and litigation matters. She routinely represents hospitals, behavioral health providers, ambulatory surgery centers, home health agencies, rehabilitation centers, physician practice groups, and other healthcare facilities and providers before administrative agencies and state and federal courts. Ms. Marting lectures on a variety of healthcare topics, including confidentiality of medical records, EMTALA, and credentialing and peer review issues.Close
Alma L. Saravia
Ms. Saravia concentrates her practice in healthcare law. Her clients include physicians, nurses, chiropractors,... | Read More
Ms. Saravia concentrates her practice in healthcare law. Her clients include physicians, nurses, chiropractors, hospitals, medical staff, nursing homes and other healthcare organizations. She counsels practitioners on licensure and disciplinary matters. She has extensive legislative and regulatory experience, and served as director of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs for the New Jersey Department of the Public Advocate. She is a frequent lecturer and author on healthcare law.Close
Elizabeth A. (Libby) Snelson, Esq.
Legal Counsel for the Medical Staff
Ms. Snelson represents medical staffs, medical societies and physician interests across the country. Her practice areas... | Read More
Ms. Snelson represents medical staffs, medical societies and physician interests across the country. Her practice areas include medical staff bylaws, credentialing and clinical privileges, disruptive behavior issues, peer review, and other matters. Ms. Snelson has nearly 20 years of experience working with medical staffs, medical societies and medical staff professionals, and is a frequent author and lecturer on medical staff bylaws, among other issues.Close
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