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Central NY Chapter Event: What Does the Future Hold for 2023

  • Thursday, September 22, 2022
  • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • OneGroup Center, Education Center, 706 North Clinton Street, Syracuse, NY, 13204

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Central NY Chapter Event:

What Does the Future Hold for 2023


Thursday, September 22nd

11:00am-3:00pm

OneGroup Center
Education Center, 706 North Clinton Street,
Syracuse, NY, 13204

$30 to attend - Bring a colleague for FREE!


Topics:

  • Looking Ahead to 2023 and Beyond

- Traci Boris & Fran Ciardullo, Barclay Damon, LLP

About the Session: Fran Ciardullo and Traci Boris from the law firm of Barclay Damon, LLP will present a session covering topics that include new legislation, agency guidance, government enforcement actions and recent court decisions which impact physicians and medical practices.  They will discuss new developments including such areas of telemedicine, fraud and abuse, patient decision-making, and the No Surprises Act.

  • COVID-19 Sick Pay Rules

- Paul Banuski, HR One


  • Cybersecurity in 2023

- Michelle Tuttle, M.S., Anjolen

- Anthony Martino, M.S., Anjolen


ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:


Fran Ciardullo
, special counsel at Barclay Damon LLP, is a member of the firm’s Health Care & Human Services Practice Area.  Fran primarily concentrates her practice on health care and risk-management issues. She routinely counsels physicians, physician groups, dentists, hospitals and health systems, nursing homes, and other providers on matters involving professional misconduct, professional liability, medical-staff issues, scope of practice, mandated reporting, peer review, and regulatory compliance. Fran also handles consent for treatment and surrogate decision making, patient care, EMTALA, and health-information privacy issues. She served as an Adjunct Professor in Health Law for the Syracuse University College of Law and on the teaching faculty for many educational institutions, including the New School for Social Research; the State University of New York Health Science Center; and the Institute for Health Care Ethics in Syracuse, New York.  Fran is a former Town Justice and a former president of the Central New York Women’s Bar Association.  She is also trained in alternative dispute resolution and has mediated and arbitrated a variety of civil actions and disputes. Fran routinely publishes industry articles and is a frequent speaker for educational programs on legal matters to hospitals, medical and dental practices, and health care trade associations.


Traci Boris
 primarily focuses her practice on counseling individual practitioners, owners, administrators, executives, directors, and employees of health care practices and health care-related facilities, including physicians, licensed medical personnel, hospitals, and clinics. She has experience negotiating complex collective bargaining agreements and effects bargaining agreements; advising on HIPAA, EMTALA, conditions of participation, OSHA, Family Healthcare Decisions Act, and consent issues; and overseeing and managing claims and lawsuits. Traci has developed and overseen hospital policies to implement new laws relating to the care and treatment of psychiatric patients, MOLST, HIPAA, and the Safe Act. She represents hospital clients in employment arbitrations and mental hygiene hearings and provides guidance to administration on fraud and abuse laws. 

Traci assists health care clients with drafting and negotiating complex contracts and agreements; reviewing liability insurance portfolios; navigating wage-and-hour laws, the Family Medical Leave Act, disability issues, and personnel matters; human resources investigatory processes; HIPAA compliance, compliance programs, audits, investigations and self-disclosures, and licensure issues, EMTALA and transfer questions, and physician and patient relations.

Traci also assists with creating and revising corporate documents and provides guidance on merger documents and transition plans to health care systems and boards of directors.


Paul Banuski
 
joined HR One in 2013 and has worked with employers across the country to develop employee handbooks and personnel policies that comply with complex state and federal employment regulations and establish organizational best practices. He is also the HR One in-house expert on understanding and navigating new regulations, taking the lead in developing the practice’s Paid Family Leave and Sexual Harassment Prevention guides. He has conducted training for employers across industries. He is an active member of the Syracuse Executives Association and serves on the Board of Directors of the New York Family Business Center at the Le Moyne College Madden School of Business.

Prior to joining HR One Paul worked in Alexandria, Virginia for the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America, and before that spent five years at that organization’s New York chapter. Paul attended the American University in Washington, DC and currently lives in Skaneateles, NY.


Michelle Tuttle, M.S.,
VP Client Relations & Business Development 

- Manages all client engagements
- BS Degree in Communications and Marketing from SUNY Poly
- Master's degree in Cybersecurity from Utica University
- Expertise in cybersecurity, compliance, risk management and marketing/PR
- Identity Theft Prevention Expert
- 15+ years experience in financial operations


Anthony Martino, M.S., Chief Operating Officer

- Director Northeast Cybersecurity and Forensics Center at Utica University
- 20-year veteran of the Utica, N.Y Police Department
- Expertise in cybersecurity, computer crime investigation and digital forensics
- Member of the U.S. Secret Service electronic crime task force






Continuing Education Units
Earn up to 1.0 continuing education unit hours for each hour of education from the ACMPE, American College of Medical Practice Executives and up to 1.0 continuing professional educational credit hours for Certified Public Accountants for each hour of education from, The New York State Education Department, Professional Licensing Services. Our events are eligible for continuing education units as awarded by other professional associations. We recommend that you contact your professional association for their approval process.

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