September 16, 2020 Meeting | Expert Panel: COVID-19 Questions and Answers
At our virtual meeting on Wednesday, September 16 at 4:00 p.m., an expert panel will discuss COVID-19 and answer your most pressing questions. Experts include perspectives from attorneys, HR, marketing, and more.
Some topics that will be discussed include:
- How to put a positive spin on the “new normal”
- How do we keep the staff engaged?
- Advice to help with difficult situations
- Is your practice doing everything it needs to do?
- PPE loan assistance
Due to COVID-19 and to help follow social distancing protocols, the September member meeting will be hosted on Zoom. When you register, you’ll receive a link to join the Zoom meeting.
Expert Panel Includes:
- Scot Aurelius, CPA, MSA, at MSL CPAs & Advisors
- Gregory A. Chaires, Esq., Board Certified in Health Law
- Corey Gehrold, Vice President of Client Strategy at Insight Marketing Group
- Farlen Halikman from MSL CPAs & Advisors
- Catherine Losey, Losey PLLC
About Scot E. Aurelius, CPA, MSA
Scot has extensive experience in managing audit, review, and compilation engagements for a variety of senior housing providers, institutional healthcare facilities, not-for-profit organizations, and employee benefit plans. Each year, he oversees the audits of 12 continuing care retirement communities and approximately 30 not-for-profit organizations. Scot also assists clients with internal control, the bond financing process, market and feasibility studies, and various transactional and accounting consulting.
About Gregory A. Chaires, Esq.
Gregory A. Chaires has been Board Certified by the Florida Bar as a specialist in Health Law since 2001 and licensed to practice law in Florida since 1992. He has extensive experience representing health care providers, medical group practices, hospitals, and other health care facilities. Mr. Chaires routinely represents physicians and other health care providers in professional license investigations and disciplinary actions before the various medical quality assurance boards such as the Florida Boards of Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Chiropractic, and Nursing. He also routinely advises on issues involving the federal Stark Self-Referral and Anti-Kickback statutes, the Florida Patient Self-Referral Act, the Florida Anti-kickback Statute, as well as the False Claims Act and fee splitting prohibitions. Mr. Chaires provides representation concerning compliance programs, physician employment agreements, and other transactional matters in health care.
About Corey Gehrold
Corey Gehrold is Vice President of Client Strategy at Insight Marketing Group. He has more than a decade of experience successfully marketing medical practices via traditional, virtual, and inbound marketing methods. Working with practices of all sizes, budgets, and personalities (egos big and small), he is responsible for medical marketing messaging, strategy, design, advertising, video production, measurement, and more.
About Farlen Halikman, CPA, CHFE
Farlen has over 32 years of experience in CPA practice and is recognized by the AICPA as an expert in healthcare-industry accounting and auditing matters. Currently serving his second appointment to the AICPA Health Care Expert Panel, he and the other 11 CPA’s on the panel are involved in the process of developing the accounting and auditing standards for the myriad issues impacting the healthcare industry. In this era of fast-paced change in the way, healthcare is paid
About Catherine Losey
Catherine represents companies in workplace legal issues. Her experience includes the representation of Fortune 50 companies and individuals at all stages of litigation in state, federal, and administrative forums. She represents clients across industry sectors, including health care, hospitality, staffing, technology, retail, banking, and financial services. She frequently represents management in national class and collective actions and investigations brought by government agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, state Attorneys General offices, and the National Labor Relations Board. Catherine partners with clients to develop practical workplace compliance solutions that meet business needs. She regularly advises on strategies to avoid or mitigate litigation risk as well as on employment practices, including handbooks, background checks, and contractual relationships. She further assists in addressing day-to-day labor and employment matters, as well as large scale reductions in force and right-sizing efforts.