Keep current with the myriad of changes related to opioid prescribing, ordering and administration requirements in the hospital and outpatient clinic settings. The Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (AzHHA) recently released the Arizona Opioid Compliance Toolkits for Hospitals and Outpatient Clinics that cover the 2018 law and guidance changes in Arizona. This webinar will review the new legal requirements and recommendations for structuring an opioid compliance program.
The template policies and procedures included in the toolkits are tailored to provide practical compliance measures regarding the regulatory requirements applicable in the different clinical settings and cover the following topics:
• Opioid prescribing requirements;
• Opioid ordering and administration requirements;
• CSPMP review and reporting requirements; and
• Opioid overdoes reporting.
This webinar targets CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CNOs, CMOs, Chief Compliance Officers, Legal Counsel, Healthcare Auditors, Healthcare Compliance Personnel, Clinic Managers/Administrators Utilization Review Personnel, Medical Staff Organization Personnel, Physicians, Non-Physician Practitioners.
About the Speaker: Melissa Soliz – Senior Associate, Coppersmith Brockelman
Melissa is a senior associate at Coppersmith Brockelman. Her practice focuses on HIPAA and 42 C.F.R. Part 2 compliance (the federal Confidentiality of Substance Use Disorder Patient Record regulations), compliance with opioid treatment laws and regulations, health information exchange, data breaches and OCR investigations, as well as clinical research compliance and contracting.
AzHHA member rate: $10 per connection
Non-member rate: $25 per connection
Your registration includes only ONE phone connection, please coordinate staff internally so that your facility utilizes one connection, where possible.
Friday, September 7, 2018. Instructions on how to access the webinar and any handout materials will be e-mailed prior to the event. Prior to the webinar, please download the applicable toolkit(s) by going to AzHHA’s website.
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