Daphne Kackloudis
Esq.

Partner at Brennan, Manna & Diamond

Meet Your Expert

Daphne L. Kackloudis is a member of the firm, she heads BMD Columbus’ health care practice, and she chairs BMD’s Empowerment and Opportunity (DE&I) Committee. Daphne’s success –and that of her clients – is rooted in the nexus between traditional health care legal services and health care public policy. She has broad and deep experience in health care operations, service delivery, payment systems, and compliance, as well as Medicaid, public policy, and government affairs. Daphne advises health care trade associations and health care providers as outside counsel and in-house as a member of her clients’ senior leadership teams.


Training Sessions by Daphne Kackloudis

  • No surprises act 2023 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 could be in serious legal hot water. Learning the ins and outs of billing out-of-network patients - including mastering the new IDR (Independent Dispute Resolution) rules for denied out-of-network claims, billing your […]

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  • Patient Medical Records

    Managing patient medical records is a financial and legal minefield. All it takes is a simple mistake, and you can be hit with a lawsuit and penalties that can be a nightmare for your practice. Bottomline, there are a million ways to get it wrong. However, if you can get a handle on the top three risk areas when managing […]

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  • IDR Process
    Feb 7, 2023 - 1:00 ET

    Finally, you can get paid for more of your out-of-network services – even if your claims are denied. The catch is that you must master CMS’ recently implemented Federal IDR process (Independent Dispute Resolution). Sounds easy enough, right? Wrong. The new IDR process is complex and confusing. In fact, CMS recently reported that 90% of the over 90,000 disputes were […]

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  • Medical records destruction

    Fail to comply with the 2023 medical 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 years) - unless your state law requires longer. This means you must change how you […]

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