Webinar Playback – Legal Issues and Guidelines Associated with Reopening Practices in New York Post COVID-19

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Webinar Playback – Legal Issues and Guidelines Associated with Reopening Practices in New York Post COVID-19

Legal Issues and Guidelines Associated with Reopening Practices Post COVID-19
A Complimentary Event
Friday, June 19, 2020
2:30 – 3:30 PM
~Playback now available~

Physicians’ Reciprocal Insurers (PRI) and boutique law firm Frier Levitt are offering a complimentary webinar open to all physicians, dentists, and facility managers. Whether you have already reopened your practice or are about to reopen, this program will be relevant to you.

The Coronavirus pandemic has led to many healthcare practices having to close their doors to patients and/or quickly adapt to alternative ways of seeing patients, such as through telemedicine. Regardless of specialty or area of practice, healthcare providers have faced financial difficulties in the wake of this virus outbreak. As new cases and hospitalizations continue to decline, New York and many other states have begun to move toward reopening. Reopening however does not come without challenges from a legal perspective and we are proud to present a webinar to help healthcare professionals with everything they need to know about reopening their doors to patients.

Frier Levitt New York City Office Managing Partner John E. Morrone, Esq., Partner Jesse C. Dresser, Esq., Senior Counsel Dr. Lawrence F. Kobak, DPM, Esq. and Associate Christopher Caltavuturo, Esq. will speak about the Federal and State guidelines that practices must comply with and more on Friday, June 19 2020 at 2:30 p.m. during our webinar “Legal Issues and Guidelines Associated with Reopening Practices Post COVID-19.”

Topics will include:

– New York Reopening Plan, including the various phases, mandates from the New York Department of Health and employer considerations.
– Practical and Licensing Considerations including charting, office and licensure requirements and suggestions for offices.
– PREP Act, including its purpose, covered countermeasures and covered persons and protections for providers provided by the Act.
– COVID-19 related waivers, current and future permanency.
– Telehealth – continued integration into private practice.
– Relief Tools such as Business Interruption Insurance Claims, PPP Loans and compliance obligations and CARES Act Provider Relief Fund and compliance obligations.

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