Jessica Chaudhary, MD,is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist with specialties in Psychotherapy and Psychopharmacology. Her practice includes General, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry.
Dr. Chaudhary has wide ranging experience using a variety of different treatment modalities. She offers individualized care based on the client's specific problems, concerns, and preferences. Dr. Chaudhary can provide all services through TELEHEALTH.
Dr. Chaudhary is in private practice and a consultant to attorneys nationwide. She is a clinical instructor at Yale University and a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.
Consulting Areas Include: • OB-GYN and Psychiatry - Pregnancy and post partum-related psychiatric problems • Impaired Professionals - Physicians, nurses, mental health care providers, attorneys, executives, and other professionals and professional organizations • Substance Abuse Disorders • Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Neurocognitive Disorders, and Co-Morbid Psychiatric and Medical Conditions
Dr. Vipul Kella, MD, MBA FACE, is a board-certified Emergency Medicine Physician and Health Care Consultant who advises hospital, health systems, and startup companies on clinical Best Practices and Policies.
As the founder of Insight, MD, LLC, Dr. Kella advises healthcare startups, hospitals, and health systems. His clients include venture capital startups, digital technology companies, telemedicine companies, medical-legal firms, and health systems.
Dr. Kella provides consulting services in the areas of:
Competitive Strategy and Intelligence - Clinical Best Practices - Medicolegal Issues - Medicolegal Risk
Dr. Kella is currently a Partner, clinician, and played a key role in the business growth of US Acute Care Solutions (USACS) while serving in hospital administrative and executive roles. He is recognized for clinical expertise, efficiency, innovation, and quality programs. Prior to his role at USACS, he served as the Hospital-Based Physician Chairman of Southern Maryland Hospital in Clinton MD. He was responsible for a turnaround of a distressed 65+k visit ER, and led numerous initiatives to improve staffing, quality, safety, and culture.
Dr. Kella is also an Investor and advisor for Global Health Impact Fund, a venture capital fund with a portfolio of early-stage healthcare technology companies.
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
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.
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.
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.
Jacqueline Bloink LLC is an independent organization that provides Healthcare Compliance Consulting, educational services, risk analysis, and fraud examinations. They assist organizations and entities to:
Prevent or Identify Healthcare Fraud
Build and Evaluate Compliance Programs
Conduct Compliance Program Risk Analysis
Evaluate Medical Chart Documentation
Medical Coding / Forensic Compliance Education
1 Day Boot Camp for Certified Professional Compliance Officer (CPCO)- AAPC Examination
Principal, Jacqueline N. Bloink, MBA, RHIA, CHC, CFE, CPC, CPC-I, has over 20 years of experience in the field of Healthcare Compliance, with educational degrees, certifications and awards in healthcare management, coding, billing, reimbursement, compliance, education, and fraud prevention and identification.
Background - Ms. Bloink served as the Director of Compliance for the largest provider group in Arizona. For several years she worked as a Medical Coding Manager, Reimbursement Manager, and Compliance Liaison for a University Physician Group - Department of Medicine, and as Corporate Responsibility Auditor for a large 3 Hospital network. Her work includes both medium and small practice administration.
Ms. Bloink is a Professor and Instructor in the area of Medical Coding, Billing, Health Information Management, and Healthcare Fraud. She is a national, state and local speaker (author) for such groups as ACFE, HCCA, AAPC, American College of Physicians, CLM, Coalition Against Insurance Fraud, CA AHIMA, and others. In 2015, she was honored to be the recipient of the Arizona ACFE Sentinel Award “Truth Over Self” that acknowledged her assistance to the Office of Inspector General / Department of Justice with the largest Healthcare Fraud Case (FCA) in Arizona history.