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Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) deficiencies are the most problematic standards for hospitals. A recent CMS deficiency report found more than 3,687 EMTALA deficiencies – 173 related to on-call physician issues. To address EMTALA deficiencies, EMTALA penalties have more than doubled.
This presentation will cover EMTALA regulations concerning on-call physicians to help hospitals comply with the federal law and guarantee uninterrupted reimbursements. Our expert will discuss the proposed Office of Inspector General (OIG) changes affecting on-call physicians, changes to Beneficiary Family Centered Care-Quality Improvement Organization (BFCC QIO) complaints, and The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s specific provisions related to insurers and EMTALA-covered patients.
CMS and OIG recommend hospitals to provide continuous EMTALA training for their physicians who are on call. Ensure your ED staff and on-call physicians receive their training.
Your order includes:
|- Inpatient PPS EMTALA changes||- Shared & community-call plans||- OIG bulletins & advisory bulletins|
|- CMS memos related to EMTALA||- On-call list of physicians||- Certification of false labor requirement|
|- EMTALA laws||- Investigating complaints||- QIO for medical standard of care|
|- EMTALA guidance memos||- Maintaining on-call list||- False labor|
|- CMS guidelines||- Provider agreements||- Quality improvement|
|- Response time||- Prospective payment system||- No-coverage periods|
|- Follow-up care||- Beneficiary & family care||- OIG proposed changes|
|- Certificate to transfer||- Poor practice examples||- On-call coverage payment|
|- Physician education||- Policies & procedures|
Anyone involved with or interested in EMTALA, including but not limited to: CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CMOs, CNOs, Emergency Department managers, Emergency Medicine Physicians, Emergency Department Nurses, OB Managers, OB Nurses, Quality Improvement Staff, Physicians, Nurses (all levels), Patient Advocates, CCU Nurse Directors, Ethicists, Outpatient Directors, Compliance Officers, CMS Liaisons, TJC Liaisons, Safety Officers and Staff, Ethics Committee Members, Consumer Advocates, Risk Managers, Legal Counsel, Hospice Staff, Regulatory Affairs Staff, and anyone involved in ensuring compliance with the EMTALA law.