Head Off Huge Fines with Employment Law Updates

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Part 1: Cut Practice Liability, Comply with 2021 COVID-19 Employment Laws

Get plain-English strategies to comply with new COVID-19 employment laws.  The solutions you’ll receive from this online training will help your practice avoid costly employment rule audits and penalties.

Part 2: Require Employee Vaccinations Without Facing Costly Lawsuits

Forcing your staff to get vaccinated will land you in serious legal hot water. Sure, mandatory employee vaccinations seem like the safe thing to do. But do it the wrong way, and you'll violate federal and state laws.

Part 3: Manage Staff Substance Abuse Without Violating Employee Laws

Get the exact steps you need to ensure your Substance Abuse policies comply with employment laws.  The solutions you’ll receive from this online training will help your practice avoid costly violations and lawsuits.

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You MUST immediately modify your practice’s policies to comply with new Federal employment rules. Ignoring these numerous staff regulations will open your practice to costly legal penalties.

Multiple national employee laws mandate the specific employee paid time-off, vaccine, and substance abuse rules you must have in place. If you fail to implement the required policies, a single staff complaint can result in your practice being forced to pay huge fines for violating EEOC, EPSLA, FFCRA, HIPAA, and ADA guidelines.

The problem is it’s really time-consuming and expensive to sort through the legalese and pinpoint exactly what requirements your practice must follow. Hiring a highly qualified healthcare attorney to create your employment policies and walk you through how to protect your practice could cost you thousands.

Fortunately, there is an alternative…

Healthcare employment law attorneys, Amanda L. Waesch, Esq., Bryan E. Meek, Esq., Heidi Kocher, BS, MBA, JD, CHC, and Kelly Holden, Esq., have put together three must-have online training sessions that give you step-by-step advice on how to create and implement compliant employment policies, along with solutions to real-life situations.

Part 1: Cut Practice Liability, Comply with 2021 COVID-19 Employment Laws
Part 2: Require Employee Vaccinations Without Facing Costly Lawsuits
Part 3: Manage Staff Substance Abuse Without Violating Employee Laws

Read below to learn more about each of these can’t miss training sessions:

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PART 1: Cut Practice Liability, Comply with 2021 COVID-19 Employment Laws

Order the On-Demand Recording to Watch at Your Convenience. 

Bottom Line: You are required to immediately modify your employment policies to comply with new Federal COVID-19 employment rules. You must ensure compliance with the 2021 laws established by the $900 billion dollar COVID-19 relief bill.

Ignoring these new employment regulations really isn’t an option – it leaves your practice seriously exposed to legal and governmental audits and penalties. The problem is cutting through the legalese and knowing exactly what policies to put into place. COVID-19 employment laws.

Hiring a highly qualified healthcare attorney to update your employment policies and walk you through how to protect your practice could cost you thousands, but there is an alternative – healthcare employment law attorneys, Amanda L. Waesch, Esq. and Bryan E. Meek, Esq.

Presenting a 60-minute online training session that will provide you with plain-English, employment law solutions specific to medical practices. You’ll receive step-by-step advice on how to create and implement compliant employment policies, along with solutions to real-life situations.


PART 2: Require Employee Vaccinations Without Facing Costly Lawsuits

Order the On-Demand Recording to Watch at Your Convenience. 

Mandating your staff to get vaccinated is a pandora’s box of both legal and financial nightmares. Sure, you want to protect your practice and patients, but unless you do it right you could face huge penalties.

Multiple federal and state laws are cracking down on compliance with vaccination requirements for your medical office staff, regardless of what you are vaccinating for. All it takes is one employee to complain that your immunization process infringes on their privacy or employment rights, and you’ll be faced with an expensive legal mess.  Employee Vaccinations.

That’s where attorney, Heidi Kocher, BS, MBA, JD, CHC, can help! During her 60-minute online training, Heidi will help you pin down those immunization rules you are required to follow, and exactly how to implement them so you protect your practice.

She’ll walk you through specifically how to require employee vaccines without leaving your practice exposed to privacy, discrimination, compensation, and employment legal risks.


PART 3: Manage Staff Substance Abuse Without Violating Employee Laws

Attend the Live Session on Tuesday, February 9th @ 1:00PM ET OR,
Order the On-Demand Recording to Watch at Your Convenience. 

When you suspect an employee of substance abuse, firing the person is not as easy as you think. All it takes is one individual to complain, and it could spell a financial and legal nightmare for your practice.

Numerous federal rules restrict what you can ask the employee, the penalties you can enforce – and really every action you are legally allowed.

To make matters worse, the rules you had in place when you hired the person dictate your rights to drug testing, corrective action, and termination. This makes it critical that you put policies in place right now before you hire another employee. Substance Abuse Employment Policies.

Sorting through the laws is time-consuming and confusing. Fortunately, there is a better way…

This is where healthcare and employment attorney, Kelly Holden, Esq., can help. On Tuesday, February 9th at 1 pm ET, Kelly is presenting a 60-minute online training session that will show you the EXACT substance abuse internal hiring, testing, and corrective action policies you must immediately put in place to protect your practice.

She’ll give you proven tactics to handle even the hardest cases of suspected and known staff abuse and keep your practice out of massive legal headaches.


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The webinar was very informative.
– Jean Light, Administrator/Owner, Arista Healthcare

“I found the webinar’s information to be very helpful!”
– Billie Paquette, Pharmacy Technician, Indian Stream Health Center

“Presenting the information via case study was very helpful and engaging! The webinar provided real life scenarios.”
– Loretta Bush, Authority Health

“The webinar was great and provided lots of information on the topic. There are many gray areas with the new implementation of the vaccine; but the webinar gave a better idea of what we can do as employers.”
– Stephanie Horensavitz, PhysicianOne Urgent Care

“The webinar was short and to the point. Good Job!” 
– Travis Luedke, Scenic Rivers Health


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Meet Your Experts

Amanda Waesch
Esq.Healthcare Attorney at Brennan, Manna & Diamond

Amanda Waesch, Esq., is a healthcare Attorney at Brennan, Manna & Diamond.  Her practice focuses on healthcare, employment law and healthcare litigation across the country. She advises healthcare providers including practices and hospitals on reviewing and litigating employment agreements; non-compete agreements and severance agreements. Her work has benefited physicians and administrators in drafting and reviewing employer handbooks, as well as management and training issues.

Bryan Meek
Esq.Attorney at Brennan, Manna & Diamond

Bryan Meek, Esq., is an Attorney in Brennan, Manna & Diamond’s Health Law Department and Labor & Employment Department. Bryan counsels health industry clients on contract disputes, Board investigations and suspensions, and compliance plans. When employment matters rise to the level of litigation, Bryan leverages his substantial experience to defend his clients against these actions, including contract disputes, discrimination allegations, and other employment matters in court.  Should a labor dispute arise, Bryan defends his clients before arbitrators.

Bryan’s healthcare expertise extends into fraud and abuse disputes, credentialing, and certification. He has a proven track record in government and private payor appeals and disputes, including audits, administrative appeals, and negotiations.

Heidi Kocher
B.S., M.B.A, J.D., CHCHealthcare Attorney, Liles Parker PLLC

Heidi has 20 years of experience in health care legal and compliance related issues. Her experience includes positions at a large hospital corporation, serving as a compliance officer for a sleep lab/DME company and a compliance director, chief privacy officer and interim chief compliance officer at a medical device manufacturer.

In addition, she has represented and advised critical access and long-term care hospitals, physician groups, home health agencies, DME companies, pharmacies (including compounding pharmacies), non-profit organizations, and licensed individuals. As a result, she understands the complexities and challenges that providers large and small face in complying with increasingly varied and complex laws.

She is an expert in all aspects of compliance and privacy programs, including developing and deploying policies, procedures and training. Her experience includes implementing the various requirements and aspects of a Corporate Integrity Agreement, responding to and defending audits from Medicare, Medicaid and private insurers up through the ALJ level, guiding clients through voluntary self-disclosures, seeking advisory opinions from the OIG, and defending FDA audits.

Heidi developed criteria for and implemented an aggregate spend system, permitting a medical device manufacturer to timely report correct information under the Physician Open Payments Acts (also known as the Physician Payments Sunshine Act).

In addition, she is experienced in developing and implementing a compliance program to address Foreign Corrupt Practices Act requirements, including Eucomed guidelines. She also has significant reimbursement experience, addressing coverage policy issues, challenging denials, recoupments, and loss of billing privileges, obtaining HCPCS codes, and other reimbursement related issues.

Kelly Holden
JDPartner/Attorney at DBL Law

Kelly is a licensed lawyer in three states, heads the DBL Law’s employment law division, which represents private and public employers in all facets of employment law. She has been advising HR managers and healthcare companies for over 26 years in all aspects of employment law.

Kelly’s employment law practice Includes advising clients on compliance with various employment laws and providing in-house training on such issues. She is a former SHRM member and president of a local chapter as well as several nonprofit boards. More recently, Kelly has been using her acquired expertise in advising companies on complying with COVID-19 employment issues.

Kelly has experience working with the EEOC, DOL, DOJ and litigating cases in federal and state courts. She also advises companies on I·9 compliance and performs I-9 audits. conducts harassment investigations, drafts employee handbooks and employment policies and, does training on all aspects of employment law. Kelly was featured on WI/XU Cincinnati, as a subject matter expert, lo speak on 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the impact it has.