Meet Your Expert
Jeana is a Member of Brennan, Manna & Diamond, as well as a member of the firm’s Executive Committee and serves as the firm’s General Counsel. Her practice includes counseling businesses, providers and other healthcare organizations on legal issues that impact their performance.
With over a decade of experience, Jeana helps clients navigate regulatory updates, the growth of consumer-driven health practices, and the rapid advancement in technology-based medicine including telemedicine, orthopedic implants, and other medical technologies advancements.
Jeana regularly presents on topics such as compliance, clinical transformation, operational integration, regulatory issues and guidelines, revenue cycles and other related subjects that are redefining healthcare and how it is managed. Staying relevant in a transforming industry is key to sustainability and the value that Jeana offers.
Training Sessions by Jeana Singleton
- Apr 20, 2023 - 3:00 ET
No-show patients are insanely expensive and can seriously increase your practice’s legal risk. The problem is that the solutions you’ve probably implemented – charging a no-show patient fee or dismissing a patient for chronic missed appointments – can open you up to liabilities that can cost you more than the original no-show. No-show patients are a chronic problem. A variety […]Learn More
Your front desk team are right on the front lines when it comes to having to deal with missed appointments and angry patients. Both of which can be a serious challenge to resolve. The good news is that there is help available that will provide your entire front desk team with practical strategies to overcome both of these challenges. During […]Learn More
The telemedicine services you offered during the COVID-19 pandemic have a good chance of coming back to bite you both legally and financially. Telehealth compliance audits. The rapidly evolving telemedicine requirements, and recent Department of Justice (DOJ) charges of more than $4.5 billion in telemedicine false claims make the virtual services you did provide suspect and most likely out of […]Learn More
The Department of Justice (DOJ) recently changed how their prosecutors are required to determine healthcare fraud, whether charges should be brought, when to negotiate a plea and the enforcement of agreements. These changes go into effect immediately, so you must update your practice’s compliance plan NOW to avoid very real violation fines and penalties. The problem is that the recently […]Learn More