Protect Against Violating NEW 2024 Right of Conscience Law

Date: Thursday, April 18, 2024 1:00PM EST Length: 60 Minutes Expert: Jeana Singleton, JD

Important Notice: Your practice is required to comply with the new medical right of conscience law regulations that went into effect on March 11, 2024.

Whether you agree with the new Safeguarding the Rights of Conscience as Protected by Federal Statutes law or not, you must still comply – it isn’t optional.

Right of Conscience Law

The new medical right of conscience law aims to protect patients and providers against religious and moral discrimination. It is imperative that you realize that all it takes is for one patient or one of your practice’s providers to feel that their rights have been violated and complain. Otherwise, you can be left to face an expensive and exhaustive DOJ investigation.

But it doesn’t have to be this way. You can take specific actions to protect your practice even if a complaint occurs.

That’s why nationally recognized healthcare attorney Jeana M. Singleton, Esq., will provide a 60-minute online training to walk you through the exact steps you must take to comply with the new right of conscience law. During her Thursday, April 18th event at 1pm ET, Jeana will walk you through the actionable steps that you can take to help you pinpoint violation dangers and resolve them before they become a problem.

Here are just a few of the plain-English strategies that Jeana will provide you during her online training to help you comply with the new medical right of conscience law:

  • Avoid conflict when state and federal medical right of conscience laws differ
  • Improve outcomes if a patient or other provider reports a violation
  • Identify which services fall under the new law and which don’t
  • Accurately craft and post a right of conscience notification; it’s required
  • Uncover violation warning signs for both moral and religious conscience issues
  • Create a compliant script to help guide patient rights conversations
  • Master tough conversations when you see providers violating the law
  • Protect against violation accusations with simple policy changes
  • Be prepared should your practice be accused of violating these new rules
  • And much, much more…

Right to Conscience Rule Protection

There’s no time to waste when it comes to protecting your practice against allegations of violating the new right of conscience rule. Why? Because the law has already gone into effect. Accordingly, it is vital that you master the provisions of this new law and figure out how it affects your practice. If not, you could already be on thin ice.

Don’t let your practice suffer the consequences of violating the medical right of conscience law without even realizing it. Sign up today for this expert-led online training event and ensure you are prepared for the challenges related to these new requirements.

Meet Your Expert

Jeana Singleton
JDMember and General Counsel, Brennan, Manna & Diamond, LLC

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.