Time: June 13, 2018 from 1pm to 2pm
Location: Training Doyens 26468 E Walker Dr
Street: 26468 E Walker Dr, Aurora, Colorado 80016
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Event Type: online
Organized By: Training Doyens
Latest Activity: on Wednesday
Federal regulations have the force of Federal law and influence how we live on a day to day basis. In health care, Federal regulations control the privacy and security of personal health information, what electronic information has to be used for administrative transactions, how Medicare and Medicaid work, and may other facets. This is a mysterious and often hidden process to many, but it is in reality a very open process in which citizens may participate.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND
Have you been surprised by new requirements in health care? Are you overwhelmed by the constant changes in requirements for Medicare, Medicaid, privacy, security, electronic transactions, and other areas? Did you ever wish you could influence Federal policies? The federal regulatory process is mysterious, but it is actually much more transparent and open than many of us know. There are many ways to track regulations, let Federal agencies know what you think, and understand when and how these requirements will be put in place.
We will cover topics that will enable attendees to understand why regulations need to be created, how they are conceived and developed by the Federal agencies, where the information comes from to develop proposals, how to influence proposals, what the timing process for regulation development is, where Federal agencies look to for guidance, how to track what regulations are being developed, and how to be among the first to know what regulations are published and what they contain.
This webinar will provide attendees with an understanding of how Federal regulations are crafted, how to influence them, and how to respond when they are published.
WHO WILL BENEFIT
Anyone involved in the delivery or payment of health care.
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