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Buying or Selling a Physician Practice: Avoiding Common Pitfalls
June 13, 2022
Kate Hickner sits down with Jerry Kelsheimer, who serves as President at Medic Management Group, where he oversees the executive team, daily company orientations, and overarching business strategy. They discussed many topics like Reasons for Consolidation, a Checklist of Legal Considerations, Five Tips for buying or selling a Practice, and many more. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to learn more!
COVID, Privacy and More! New Challenges for Physicians in 2021
May 12, 2021
While hopefully we are coming out of the pandemic, the legal repercussions related to legislative initiatives and other actions during that time continue to apply to businesses in general and healthcare practices. It is a helpful reminder that practices make certain that they maintain accurate records in order to satisfy the reporting requirements under the various COVID-related bills and protect yourself from future employment claims.
Scott P. Sandrock
Webinar Recording: Telemedicine Legal and Practical Considerations for Physicians Practices
August 20, 2020
This webinar discusses the latest developments in telemedicine for physician practices, including Medicare, Medicaid and commercial payor reimbursement requirements, state licensure considerations and HIPAA requirements. Speakers: -Kyle Sharp, MHA, FACHE, Interim Associate VP & Executive Director, OSU Physicians, Inc. -Ronnen Isakov, CPA, Managing Director, Healthcare Advisory Services, Medic Management Group LLC -Kate Hickner, Healthcare & Hospital Law Partner, BMD -Kevin Cripe, Healthcare & Hospital Law Attorney, BMD The speakers will share their personal experiences working with health care providers to implement and grow their telemedicine practices during recent months. The webinar will provide listeners with practical guidance and take-aways that will be useful in their own organizations.
BMD Healthcare & Hospital Law Group w/ Medic Management Group, LLC
Ohio House Passes Bill 388 Including Out-of-Network Reimbursement Requirements
July 6, 2020
On May 20, 2020, the Ohio House of Representatives unanimously passed House Bill 388, which would enact five new Ohio Revised Code sections regarding out-of-network care and reimbursement.
Kevin M. Cripe
BMD President Matt Heinle Shares Insights on the Critical State of Hospitals
April 24, 2020
The critical state of Hospitals in America due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The $70 Billion Question – CARES Act Provider Relief Fund Helping Hardest Hit Hospitals First
April 23, 2020
HHS finally unveiled its preliminary plan for disbursement of the remaining $70 billion of CARES Act Provider Relief Funds. The initial $30 billion was disbursed to providers based on 2019 Medicare fee-for-service payments. HHS indicated that the remaining $70 billion would be disbursed to (1) providers that incurred COVID-19 expenses, (2) rural providers, (3) providers that primarily receive payments from other sources (such as Medicaid), and (4) providers that treat uninsured Americans.
Amanda L. Waesch
Will Your Business be Keying More Credit Card Transactions as a Result of COVID-19?
April 9, 2020
In this hectic time and uncertainty, owners are making hard decisions regarding their businesses. Some are shutting down, while others are adapting to the daily life changes of COVID-19. Many medical practices are seeing patients on an emergency basis and others are starting to implement a telehealth approach.
Bryan Meek of BMD & Ray McGrogan, CardChoice International
Changes to Physician Assistant Requirements Under SB 110
September 24, 2015
On July 16, 2015 Governor Kasich signed Senate Bill 110 into law, which will become effective October 15, 2015. This bill seeks to modernize physician assistant practices.
John N. Childs
Physicians Obtain New Contract Rights – Ohio House Bill 125
August 1, 2008
The Ohio Health Care Simplification Act (House Bill 125) was signed into law on May 25, 2008. This Bill is the result of almost two years of legislative action promoted by the Ohio State Medical Association to provide some level of protection to physicians as they contract with managed care plans.
Scott P. Sandrock