– Security Management
– Assigned Security Responsibility
– Workforce Security
– Information Access Management
– Security Awareness and Training
– Security Incident Procedures
– Contingency Plans
– Business Associate Contracts
– Access Controls
– Audit Controls
– Integrity Controls
– Person / Entity Authentication
– Transmission Security
– Facility Access Controls
– Workstation Use
– Workstation Security
– Device Media Control
– Real Case Scenarios
This is the official opening of the conference. Dr. Jose I. Delgado, CEO, and President of Taino Consultants, will welcome you and guide you through the events to take place and the goal of the conference.
Regenerative Medicine – Present and Future
Regenerative Medicine is a term used to encompass a series of efforts designed to enhance the body’s ability to heal. It can also be said that regenerative medicine is the study and implementation of protocols designed to restore the structure and function of organs.
Currently, regenerative medicine areas cover, but is not limited to:
• Tissue engineering and biomaterials
• Cellular therapies
• Medical devices and artificial organs
Our panel of experts will provide some insight into what is regenerative medicine, cases, and outcomes based on their experience and their opinion in terms of where this field is heading.
By far one of the most efficient formats to connect with peers and experts in the healthcare industry. Unofficially named “speed Dating” by our team members based on the format this session is run. While networking at a conference is common, no other conference offers a session where each attendee will connect and personally speak with over two dozen experts and decision makers.
The networking session is divided into 15 minutes increments where each participant will introduce himself to a different group with potentially different resources and goals. The basic idea is to allow attendees to increase their network and explore potential ideas and opportunities during these brief interactions.
Nothing is at random as each participant’s rotation and each group composition is programmed to maximize the time available. Even more important, the networking session is one of the first events of the conference which means that participants have the chance to continue their discussions throughout the conference.
Limited Spaces Available, hence, we encourage any interested party to register early in order to secure their participation.
Through this course attendees will truly understand exactly how, why and where legal entities should be used for both lawsuit prevention and income tax reduction. Attendees will learn about corporate and legal structures and where they may be personally vulnerable. Our course teaches which legal entities can protect personal and business assets, and how to build professional license safeguards into their legal structures. This type of legal structuring can also open the door to valuable tax benefits. The course is given in plain English and when done attendees understand the proper use of legal tools for the first time in their lives and they have an organized approach to taking effective action.
“Electroanalgesia is a form of analgesia, or pain relief, that uses electricity to ease the pain. Electrical devices can be internal or external, at the site of pain or delocalized throughout the whole body.” – Wikipedia
In this presentation, Peter Beltran, President/CEO of Neuromed, will explain the uses of electroanalgesia and the changes in the market which makes this option a perfect alternative for the treatment of chronic and acute pain.
This presentation is designed to cover the basics all should know about a HIPAA Security Risk Analysis (SRA). We will start with an overall background on the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and what role does the HIPAA Security Risk Analysis plays in the overall picture.
The HIPAA Security Rule and Omnibus Rule states that Covered Entities and Business Associates must:
“[i]mplement policies and procedures to prevent, detect, contain, and correct security violations.” (45 C.F.R. § 164.308(a)(1).)”
Section 164.308(a)(1)(ii)(A) of the HIPAA Security Rule states:
“RISK ANALYSIS (Required). Conduct an accurate and thorough assessment of the potential risks and vulnerabilities to the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of electronic protected health information held by the [organization].”
This course is based on those regulations and among the topics presented covers:
· HIPAA and SRAs: general overview
· Importance of SRA (legislation, state, and federal programs)
· Cybersecurity: understanding risks
· Cases and outcomes
HIPAA Security Risk Analysis training shall be presented by Dr. Jose I. Delgado:
Dr. Jose I. Delgado spent over a decade in the United States Air Force, five years of those as Space and Missile Officer. During his time in the Air Force, he had an SCI Q access and TOP SECRET-level Controlled Access Programs clearance for which he not only needed the clearance but also, the training designed to combat security risk in any environment. As the CEO of Taino Consultants, he was responsible for developing the specifications required to design a document management system based on the US Navy’s top-secret document handling guidelines. Dr. Delgado is also the primary source of the content in EPI Compliance and the author of the Certified HIPAA Security Officer program presented by EPI Conferences. Dr. Delgado also developed an audit-proof tool currently use to conduct HIPAA Security Risk Analysis and has been working in the healthcare environment for over three decades.
The Patients Over Paperwork initiative of 2017 was an initiative of CMS Administrator Seema Verma designed to:
• Reduce unnecessary burden
• Increase efficiencies
• Improve the beneficiary experience
Based on that initiative in January 2019 CMS revisions included:
• For an outpatient visit with an established patient, a provider can record only what has changed since the last visit and need not re-record the history and exam if there is documentation that the practitioner reviewed and updated the information in the medical record.
• For an outpatient visit with a new or established patient, the billing provider does not need to redocument a chief complaint or history that was recorded in the medical record by ancillary staff. This includes the chief complaint and any other part of the history, history of present illness, past family social history, and review of systems. The billing provider can review the information and update as necessary.
• The billing provider should document in the medical record that information entered by ancillary staff or the patient has been reviewed.
Effective January 1, 2021:
• Code 99201 will be deleted.
• Clinicians may use either time or medical decision making to select a code.
• There will be no required level of history or exam for visits 99202—99215. From the American Medical Association website for 2021,
• Time will be defined as total time spent, including non-face-to-face work done on that day, and will no longer require time to be dominated by counseling.
• Visits will have a range for time, e.g., 99213 will be 20-29 minutes, 99214 will be 30-39 minutes
• There will be new definitions within Medical Decision Making.
Our panel of experts will provide some insight into these and other changes we can expect in the healthcare arena.
“Technology is advancing, impacting the way we live, and presenting new opportunities to improve the delivery of healthcare.” Synzi
In this seminar, Mr. Jose A. Delgado, CEO of Global Health Records and Panacea Alliance will discuss the challenges encountered with telemedicine and his patient delivery experience during COVID 19.
Mr. Delgado will discuss his experience in terms of the implementation, operational challenges, and options he had to consider in order to create a cost-efficient delivery model.
As we can all attest, 2020 is a year we will not soon forget. Yet, there are many lessons to learn and many opportunities to tap. Yet the changes are so vast that we decided to gather together a group of healthcare professionals so we can get a wide sense of what is happening and what can we expect.
Our panel of experts will cover topics ranging from legal changes and challenges to technology and efficiencies in the healthcare environment. This panel will provide a unique opportunity to ask questions and learn from the experiences of our panelists.
Healthcare Practice in the United States is a legal landmine. Luckily for our attendees, we have Ms. Samantha Prokop, one of the best legal minds in the United States willing to share her knowledge and experience in this one-of-a-kind presentation.
During this seminar, Ms. Prokop, will discuss the wide array of opportunities for physician practices to legally and compliantly increase their revenue through ancillary service lines and strategies. Ms. Prokop will also discuss the challenges most healthcare professionals and organizations face. She will also cover some of her experiences and what she considers to be key information that healthcare professionals should be aware of.
This presentation will also cover strategies such as direct primary care, tapping into payor incentives, adding ancillary service lines, real estate, and equipment purchases and leases, and wealth preservation strategies, among others.
The goal of this session is to give practice leaders a high-level overview of the challenges and opportunities that are available for practices and their providers to make more money and build long-term value and stability within the practice.
WHAT IS PHYSIOLOGIC INSULIN RESENSITIZATION?
Physiologic Insulin Resensitization refers to the process where insulin is administered as a hormone rather than a drug; addressing the primary cause of Diabetes which is a metabolic failure. By delivering insulin in a manner that bio-mimics normal physiology, Providers can up-regulate insulin receptor activity and reduce insulin resistance which in turn facilitates blood sugar entry into every cell and convert the same into energy more efficiently.
In this presentation, we will explain the science behind the Physiologic Insulin Resensitization as well as treatment options and patient conditions that may benefit from this treatment.
SPONSORED BY: WELL CELL GLOBAL
Join us for one of the most important seminars of this conference. The focus of this seminar is to identify pitfalls and potential opportunities that healthcare professionals may not know exists. From something as simple as retirement options to retention of key players within your organization this seminar is designed to present and answer questions you may not have known you had them.
Let us agree on the fact that after our patients, our most coveted asset is our employees. Yet; how can we draft an incentive program that is attractive enough to retain our employees? Even as important; how can we maximize, grow, and protect our assets?
The goal of this session is to open your mind to alternatives that will help you grow your business by retaining key employees and bringing on line innovative programs.
A case study based on the Island Doctors Affiliate Program
One of the most exciting applications of regenerative medicine covers the application of stem cell therapy for sexual wellness. While sexual health is a topic that most people prefer to discuss in private, the reality is that sexual health is part of our lives and a key factor in our overall wellness.
For men and women, sexual health covers many issues including but not limited to erectile dysfunction, urge urinary incontinence, dryness with resulting painful intercourse, lichen sclerosis, lichen planus, chronic pain from trauma from childbirth (episiotomy scar), decreased ability to orgasm.
This presentation will cover Regenerative Medicine’s ability to augment the body’s process of replacing and/or restoring functionality from the standpoint of sexual health. In particular, the presentation will cover two basic techniques:
· Vaginal PRP rejuvenation.
· Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) for Penile Rejuvenation