Compliance Risk Considerations with the Integration of Advanced Practice Clinicians

Featured in the American Health Lawyers Association's (AHLA) Health Care Transactions Resource Guide, SullivanCotter examines three regulatory requirements that must be met to help ensure compliance and mitigate risk when integrating advanced practice clinicians (APCs) into the care delivery team.

Advanced Practice Clinicians: Ensuring Compliance and Mitigating Risk

As the focus on team-based care intensifies, advanced practice clinicians (APCs) remain one of the fastest growing segments of the health care workforce. The role of the APC in transforming care delivery is critical, and health care organizations nationwide continue look for better ways to meet their goals around access, quality, service and affordability.

Featured in the American Health Lawyers Association’s (AHLA) Health Care Transactions Resource Guide, SullivanCotter examines three regulatory requirements that must be met to help ensure compliance and mitigate risk when integrating advanced practice clinicians (APCs) into the care delivery team:

  • Evaluation of APC competency standards
  • Third-party payer policies as they relate to billing for services provided by APCs
  • Appropriate attribution of APC work effort in production-based physician compensation plans

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