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Ashley Watson

Associate in BMD's Columbus Office

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Ashley is a healthcare attorney in BMD’s Columbus office. She works with nonprofit and for-profit health care providers, health care trade associations, individuals, and businesses. Ashley is experienced in healthcare public policy and regulatory compliance, legislative and government affairs, grant administration, and healthcare program operations.

Training Sessions by Ashley Watson

  • Medical records destruction

    Fail to comply with the 2022 patient records destruction rules, and you’ll lose up to $50,000 per penalty. To make matters more complicated, the Supreme Court clarified the False Claims Act statute of limitations (including that you must keep records for 10 years versus 6) - unless your state law requires longer. That means, you’re going to need to change […]

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  • Independent Dispute Resolution

    It just got more difficult to get paid for your out-of-network patient care and services, thanks to the new No Surprises Act Federal Independent Dispute Resolution (IDR) process just implemented. CMS just launched a new IDR online portal that both providers and payers must utilize to dispute coverage/payments for out-of-network claims. The problem is that the site is live right […]

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  • No surprises act 2022 changes

    Billing mistakes will cost you so much more than just lost revenue. You can be accused of violating the No Surprises Act, and if found guilty your practice will be in serious legal hot water. Billing your self-pay patients compliantly, knowing when you need to send a Good Faith Estimate, and learning the ins and outs of billing out-of-network patients […]

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  • Self-pay patients

    Recent changes to the No Surprises Act have made it harder than ever for you to get paid what you’re due from your self-pay patients. The Act also expands your risk with errors driving penalties of up to $10,000 per violation. Some of the riskiest areas of the No Surprises Act include how, when, and what you can bill your […]

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