Speaking Engagements

Call for Speaking engagements

Gallagher Campanella LLC is frequently invited to attend the meetings of various medical groups, medical staffs and residency programs to provide complimentary seminars on a vast array of legal topics of interest to medical professionals.  Ranging from risk management, to compliance, to business and transactional services, Ms. Campanella and Ms. Gallagher present in a lively, engaging and memorable fashion.

Topics Include

  • Ambush State Board Inspections: Don’t Be Scared, Be Prepared
  • Telemedicine & Telehealth
  • HIPAA Overview & Privacy and Security Rules
  • End-of-Life Care (POLST)
  • Physician Employment Agreements & Contract Negotiating Skills
  • Succession Planning for Practices
  • Formation/Dissolution of LLCs, PAs, PCs & Practices
  • State Licensure & Compliance for Licensed Ambulatory Surgical Centers & Registered Surgical Practices
  • Law & Medicine: Risk Management
  • Medical Staff Independence
  • NJ Labor Laws & Medical Practices
  • The Physician-Patient Relationship: Formation, Maintenance & Termination
  • Hiring & Firing: A Risky Business
  • Medical Professional Liability: The Interplay of State Board & Malpractice Actions
  • Medical Records & Reimbursement
  • Fraud & Abuse, Stark, & Anti-Kickback Issues
  • Unique Needs for Medical Practice Leases and Subleases
  • Surviving the Audit & Appeal Abyss
  • Physician Burnout: Solutions & Strategies
  • The Disruptive Physician & Dealing with Disruptive Staff
  • Opioid Prescribing: Trends & Pitfalls
  • Social Media & Medical Practices
  • Administrative D-E-F-E-N-S-E
  • Anti-Kickback Statute & Waiving Co-Pays
  • Boundaries
  • Changes in Healthcare Regulations
  • The Coding Conundrum
  • Cybersecurity issues Facing Medical Practices
  • How to Avoid the Medicare Mousetrap
  • Legal Issues: Physicians & Office Managers
  • Liability issues Facing Today’s Medical Practice
  • Meaningful Use & EMR
  • The Out-of-Network “Code”
  • Physicians as Targets and How to Avoid Being One
  • Reducing Malpractice Risk for Physicians
  • Regulatory Agencies: Friend or Foe?
  • State Board Trends, Threats & Risk Management
  • Understanding Physician Leases
  • HIPAA: When Is An Incident a Breach?
  • HIPAA: How To Conduct An Annual Risk Assessment
  • Employment & Contractor Agreements: Legally Compliant Payment Models

Please note: We also can customize new presentations specifically for your group.

Many groups who are approved CME providers have been able to have our seminars pre-approved for mandatory CME credits for their members.  This is particularly of interest for groups seeking to provide their members with the recent New Jersey requirement for 2 hours of CME in End-of-Life Care.  Our End-of-Life Care seminar can be modified to meet either the full 2-hour requirement or to serve as a complimentary hour of CME when paired with another presenter.

In The News

Nan Gallagher Presents on “The Opioid Crisis” at Coders Day 2018

On Saturday, October 13th , Founding Partner Nan Gallagher presented an engaging lecture on “The Opioid Crisis” at “Coder’s Day 2018” for the New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Professional Coders at Branches, West Long Branch, New Jersey.  Ms. Gallagher has been an outspoken advocate in support of educating members of the healthcare…

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Gina Campanella Presents “HIPAA & The Medical Practice: Requirements for Privacy, Security and Breach Notification” for the Health Care Compliance Association

Gina Campanella, a founding partner of Gallagher Campanella LLC, presented “HIPAA & the Medical Practice: Requirements for Privacy, Security and Breach Notification” on Monday, October 8th in San Diego, California for The Health Care Compliance Association’s 2018 Clinical Practice Compliance Conference.  Ms. Campanella’s presentation featured the basic requirements of HIPAA and how to apply them…

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New Jersey Mandatory Paid Sick Leave Goes into Effect October 29th!

By Gina Campanella, Esq., FACHE The New Jersey Mandatory Paid Sick Leave law, which was passed on May 2, 2018, officially goes into effect on October 29th 2018, exactly 180 days after it was passed. Although all eligible employees were to begin accruing paid sick time immediately upon passage of the law, as of May 2,…

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