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6/4/2021· Medical Malpractice

Minimizing Medicolegal Risk In The COVID And Post-COVID Era

By: Vipul Kella, MD, MBA, FACEP

The traditional definition of medical malpractice - medical care that falls below the accepted standards of care by “reasonable physicians” will now be scrutinized more than ever during and the years following the COVID19 pandemic. The pandemic placed enormous strain on our health systems: hospitals were operating at maximum capacity, supply shortages

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3/18/2021· Telemedicine - Remote / Virtual Medicine

Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM): A New Threat Of Fraud And Abuse

By: Vipul Kella, MD, MBA, FACEP

Telehealth has been a boon in the COVID19 era. Patient populations that have once been difficult to treat or in rural areas now can receive medical care that was previously not accessible. This is especially important for patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes, kidney disease, COPD, and heart failure.

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2/11/2021· Telemedicine - Remote / Virtual Medicine

Telemedicine Liability Issues: The Dark Side

By: Vipul Kella, MD, MBA, FACEP

Recently, Feds have charged almost 350 people for submitting $6 billion in fraudulent claims. One of the largest initiatives, Operation Rubber Stamp, targeted a network of telemedicine fraud totaling over 4.5 billion in false claims. Operation Rupper stamp is the most-publicized action against telemedicine providers to date. A sting operation of this size adds a dose of reality and caution against telemedicine’s many benefits.

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12/21/2020· Medical Malpractice

Is There Medicolegal Immunity In The COVID19 Era?

By: Vipul Kella, MD, MBA, FACEP

While the vaccines may potentially provide the widespread immunity needed to quell the spread of COVID19, questions remain about the medicolegal immunity medical providers will afford during and well after the pandemic.

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