Webinar: SUD Treatment Provider Boot Camp — Risk Management
- Date Recorded: October 21, 2018
- Presenter: Zachary Rothenberg
- Length: about 44 minutes
- Price: $45.00 (Members receive 15% discount)
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With tremendous changes in the behavioral health industry, there will continue to be opportunities to provide desperately needed treatment services to those suffering from substance use disorders, but the business models are changing rapidly. The traditional treatment models are finding it more difficult to survive as insurance payors and government payors repeatedly modify their reimbursement programs. Attracting patients has become more difficult as increased regulations have been imposed on marketing and compensation practices.
The professionals and attorneys at BHAP and Nelson Hardiman have carefully designed the curriculum of this Boot Camp to address these growing concerns in this webinar series.
Substance use disorder treatment is an inherently risky business due to many factors, and risk exposure can be mitigated with the proper risk management systems in place. This webinar discusses various ways to approach the most impactful risk exposures and provides insight into how risk management systems can work to safeguard the business, its employees, and its customers.
- Insurance needs
- Avoiding common liability issues
- Patient risks
- Unhappy families
- Residents rights
- Employee discipline and termination
- Crisis management
- Quality control
Zachary Rothenberg is a partner at Nelson Hardiman, LLC.
Zach has a breadth of knowledge in the behavioral health space. He advises drug rehabilitation facilities on land use, advocating for clients where administrative actions challenge zoning laws, attempting to prevent facilities from operating in their existing location. He litigates out-of-network and in-network reimbursement cases on behalf of addiction treatment facilities and responds to special investigation audits. He has also advised on labor and employment defense matters including those related to racial discrimination, wrongful termination, wage & hour disputes, and retaliation. Clients have come to rely on his insight regarding employee handbooks and labor code issues.