Do you know what you NEED to know? This 60 minute webinar will highlight changes to the
HIPAA Rules, including Business Associate Liability and the Breach Notification
Rule that will go into effect on September 23rd of this year. We will also discuss increased exposure and potential fines for
Thursday, June 20th from 2:00 - 3:00pm EDT
HBMA Member price - just $99 per connection
Non-member price $149 per connection
Attendees will receive all materials as well as a downloadable recording of this event to share with staff or managers who cannot attend this live event. Don't miss out on this opportunity to gather your staff for an interactive lunch-n-learn session with Jennifer Kirschenbaum, Esq.
One CEU earned
for this program.
PRESENTER: Jennifer Kirschenbaum, Esq.
Jennifer manages Kirschenbaum & Kirschenbaum, P.C.'s
healthcare department and regularly counsels healthcare practitioners in
regulatory compliance, transactional, audit defense, licensure, litigation and
general practice management matters.
Ms. Kirschenbaum’s healthcare practice focuses on counseling healthcare
professionals on how to structure their business arrangements so as not to
violate federal and state fraud, abuse, self-referral, and professional
misconduct laws. She is also particularly skilled at assisting healthcare
professionals in the purchase, sale and dissolution of their professional
practices, and counseling them on the myriad of other business and legal issues
that confront them daily.
Ms. Kirschenbaum regularly counsels health practitioners in disciplinary
matters before the New York State Office of Professional Medical Conduct and
the New York State Office of Professional Discipline, hospital privilege
disputes, Medicare/Medicaid investigations and private carrier audits. She also
counsels clients concerning the federal and state anti-kickback statutes,
self-referral statutes and the federal privacy laws.Jennifer Kirschenbaum’s general corporate practice includes a wide range of
services to small businesses, including: counseling clients on choosing the
best form of entity, preparing employment, partnership, shareholder and
operating agreements, advising clients on all employment matters, counseling on
complex corporate structuring issues, and, when necessary, taking clients
through the bankruptcy process. Ms. Kirschenbaum also works in the firm’s
Litigation department, and regularly represents small businesses and healthcare
professionals in venture dissolutions, counsels on litigation strategy,
commercial litigation, collections, general litigation and other litigious