Patient Charting - Record Keeping Requirements for Med Spas 5-30-18
Topics include the primary reasons for patient charting, the information contained within a patient chart, the risks of improper charting and a highlight of the ancillary issues with patient charting.
Jay D. Reyero
Jay D. Reyero grew up playing team sports and sees himself as an integral part of his client’s team when they engage him. He truly respects those with whom he works, and he always gives maximum effort for the benefit of the team. As a member of the firm, he is responsive and respectful, striving to make sure each client receives the full attention they deserve. Jay enjoys solving problems, and is adept at listening and asking the right questions. He can communicate complex issues effectively, helping clients understand and feel comfortable with the course of action required. He has a background as both a litigator and transactional attorney, bringing a unique and balanced perspective to the firm’s clients.
Jay’s practice focuses on the representation of business clients, with health care being the core of his practice. His health care and regulatory expertise involves the counseling and advising of physicians, physician groups, other medical service providers and non-professionals. Specific areas of expertise include Federal and State health care regulations and how they impact investments, transactions and various contractual arrangements, particularly in the areas of Federal and State anti-referral, anti-kickback and HIPAA compliance.
Jay has been selected as a Rising Star by Texas Super Lawyers, a Best Lawyer in Dallas in health care by D Magazine, and a Best Lawyer.