Revised January 2021
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Preview of Topics We Cover
⇒ Basics to Choosing a Physician
⇒ The Physician Co-Owner
⇒ The Medical Director
⇒ The Delegating/Supervising Physician
⇒ Delegation by Physicians to APRNs/PAs
⇒ Liability of Physician for Acts of APRNs/PAs
⇒ Prescriptive Authority Agreements
⇒ Authority to Order Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
⇒ Number of APRNs/PAs to Whom a Physician May Delegate Prescriptive Authority
⇒ Geographic Restrictions
⇒ Periodic Meetings
⇒ Review of Charts
⇒ Scope of Practice Considerations
⇒ Independent Clinical Decision-Making
⇒ The “Doctor” Trap
⇒ Stark, Federal Anti-Kickback Statute, and Texas Patient Solicitation Act
⇒ Avoiding Illegal “Kickbacks”
⇒ Billing of Chiropractic Services
⇒ Replacing a Physician Co-Owner
⇒ Malpractice Insurance
⇒ Insurance Credentialing
⇒ Texas Medical Board Advertising Rules
⇒ Board Complaints
⇒ HIPAA Compliance
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