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Representing Healthcare Professionals In Misconduct Investigations And Proceedings Part III: Representing The Impaired Healthcare Professional

Representing Healthcare Professionals In Misconduct Investigations And Proceedings Part III: Representing The Impaired Healthcare Professional

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Representing Healthcare Professionals in Misconduct Investigations and Proceedings 
III. Representing the Impaired Healthcare Professional

I. The Ripple Effect – Various Forums 

A. Hospital Committees (Doug & Alex)

B. The Role of CPH and PAP 

C. Role of Counsel and Strategies for wellness and success 

D. Representing impaired physicians in ongoing investigations  

E. What to do when the client’s conduct suggests impairment 

F. Handling matters pending before OPD/OPMC and in crimson courts simultaneously 

II. PHL 230.7.(a) and (b) Impairment Proceedings 

A. Is this a “Proceeding” and Policy Considerations  

B. Representing the Substance Abuser or the true impaired professional

  1.  An ethical dilemma and handling stress on the attorney?
  2.   Role of  CPH 
  3.   Voluntary time-outs, private evaluations
    E. Prosecution and Defense of Pill mill cases – changes in the legal landscape  

Faculty:

Shelly Wang Bandago, Director NYS Department of Health, Office of Professional Medical Conduct

Henry S. Weintraub, Chief Counsel at NYS Department of Health, Bureau of Professional Medical Conduct

Dennis K. Spillane, Director of the NYS Department of Education, Office of Professional Discipline

Terence M. Bedient, Executive Director of the Committee for Physician Health.  

Alexander Bateman, Esq., Esq. Ruskin Moscou Faltischek P.C.

John J. Barbera, Esq. Martin Clearwater & Bell LLP

Douglas M. Nadjari, Esq. Ruskin Moscou Faltischek P.C. (Program Planning Chair and Moderator)

This is the third program in the three part Representing Healthcare Professionals in Misconduct Investigations and Proceedings CLE series. Please look for Part 1 Representing Healthcare Professionals in OPMC and OPD Investigations: An Overview and Part 2 Navigating OPD and OPMC Hearings and Appeals: Strategies for Success On Demand.  

Start Date:
  • May 19, 2023
Start Time:
  • 9:00 AM
End Time:
  • 10:30 AM
Skills Credit(s):
  • 1.5
Total Credit(s):
  • 1.5
Region:
  • Virtual Participation
Format:
  • Webinar
Product Code:
  • 0MG81C
Section Member Price: $40.00
NYSBA Member Price: $50.00 Join (or renew) for special member pricing
Non-Member Price: $100.00
Sponsoring Committee Group
  • Professional Discipline Committee (Health Law)
  • Health Law Section
  • Committee On Continuing Legal Education