What Can Medical Professionals Legally Do Under Standing Orders? 10-18-21
Many providers come from hospital and big systems, where working under standing orders is routine. As you venture into private practices, every provider should understand the following: What are the limitations of standing orders? How does standing orders impact the scope of practice of a provider? What are the professional malpractice liabilities? This webinar will address these questions and the pros and cons of utilizing standing orders.
Brad Adatto JD
Bradford E. Adatto, JD, has a background in regulatory, transactional, and securities law. Having worked in healthcare law his entire career, he has an in-depth knowledge of the “dos and don’ts” of this heavily regulated industry. Adatto has worked with physicians, physician groups, and other medical service providers in developing ambulatory surgical centers, in-office and freestanding ancillary service facilities, and other medical joint ventures. He regularly counsels clients with respect to federal and state healthcare regulations that impact investments, transactions, and contract terms, including Medicare fraud and abuse, anti-trust, anti-kickback, anti-referral, and private securities laws.
Jeff Segal MD, JD
Jeffrey J. Segal, MD, JD, was a neurosurgeon in private practice before beginning the second phase of his career as a serial entrepreneur in the health care field. He then founded or co-founded four separate health care startups. He lives and breathes health care and understands it viscerally. Dr. Segal founded Medical Justice, which touched on so many medico-legal issues, and also runs eMerit, which helps doctors control their online reputation through patient feedback.