In an important step toward the use of episode-based cost measures in Medicare, the Centers of Medicare…
Irma shut down my practice. What are my obligations to employees?
The FMA has received several inquiries from physicians whose medical practices have been affected by Hurricane Irma. A common concern: What obligation does a practice have regarding its employees during the time period in which the practice was unable to open? Click here to read a summary of federal laws that apply to exempt and non-exempt employees, and which must be adhered to by most private companies, including physician practices. (This is a members-only resource.)
Are you experiencing payment delays or other claims problems resulting from Hurricane Irma? Get unstuck by talking directly to payer representatives at the FMA Insurance Summit on Thursday, Oct. 5 at the Doubletree by Hilton Tampa Airport-Westshore. Register now and schedule one-on-one meetings with experts from AHCA, Cigna, First Coast Service Options, Florida Blue, United Healthcare and WellCare who can help you or your office staff members resolve pressing payment issues.
- Click here to see the full schedule.
- Physicians attending the Summit: Click here to register.
- Practice staff members attending: Click here to download the form, fill it out and return it to the FMA.
Take advantage of your $150 FMA member discount on registration fees.