Remote Patient Monitoring: Navigating Reimbursement Changes, Privacy and Security Risk, Ensuring Compliance
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide healthcare counsel on remote patient monitoring (RPM). The panel will examine reimbursement issues and how the 2020 Physician Fee Schedule, as well as other recent changes, impact the landscape for RPM reimbursement. The panel will also address challenges of RPM, such as privacy and security, and will discuss compliance considerations.
- Compliance considerations
- Scope of practice
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How has reimbursement for RPM changed under the 2020 Fee Schedule and what should we anticipate for 2021?
- What are the privacy and security risks associated with RPM?
- What steps should healthcare providers take to ensure compliance with RPM requirements?
Rebecca L. Burke
Powers Pyles Sutter and Verville
Ms. Burke’s practice encompasses a broad range of regulatory, fraud and abuse, and reimbursement issues that... | Read More
Ms. Burke’s practice encompasses a broad range of regulatory, fraud and abuse, and reimbursement issues that affect physicians, hospitals, transplant centers, diagnostic testing facilities, and providers of telemedicine and remote patient monitoring. She advises hospitals and providers on issues related to participation in the 340B discount drug program, and regularly represents clients before the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and other federal agencies on such matters as Medicare and Medicaid payment, coverage and coding. From her representation of organizations and coalitions, and a long-time role as outside general counsel to a physician specialty organization, Ms. Burke has developed not only a specialization in the federal laws and regulations governing healthcare, but also an understanding of general association law matters and related issues including HIPAA, antitrust, tax-exempt organizations, and the private insurance marketplace.Close
Sidney S. Welch
Office Managing Partner, Healthcare
Ms. Welch is a nationally recognized strategic advisor to large specialty physician practices and associations and... | Read More
Ms. Welch is a nationally recognized strategic advisor to large specialty physician practices and associations and technology companies in their cutting edge and traditional healthcare, transactional, and litigation needs. She serves as strategic regulatory counsel, providing counsel to clients regarding tomorrow’s healthcare, including mhealth and digital health ventures; telehealth; precision medicine; artificial intelligence and machine learning; data aggregation and analytics; health information privacy and security; and advanced payment and delivery models. Ms. Welch is a frequent speaker and author in these novel areas of healthcare and technology, has served in leadership roles for the ABA’s Health Law Section and AHLA, and co-chaired healthcare innovation efforts for two national law firms. She serves as an adjunct professor at the Georgia State University College of Law.Close