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April 7, 2020 – Mergers and Acquisitions in a Market Under Duress

Mergers and Acquisitions in a Market Under Duress In the wake of COVID-19, autism service providers, large and small, are finding it increasingly difficult to sustain their operations – and their professional staff – under declines in census, hours, billings, and revenues. In such circumstances, a sale or merger can be a [...]

April 3, 2020 – CASP’s Telehealth Task Force Presents the New “Practice Parameters for Telehealth-Implementation of Applied Behavior Analysis: Continuity of Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic”

CASP’s Telehealth Task Force Presents the New “Practice Parameters for Telehealth-Implementation of Applied Behavior Analysis: Continuity of Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic” Webinar Q&A Report Dr. Joy Pollard, Chair of CASP Telehealth Task Force Jenna Minton, Esq., Consultant to ABA Coding Coalition CEU: 2.0 hours BACB, including 1.0 hours ethics TIME: 1:00 [...]

April 2, 2020 – What if You ARE Home? A CASP Conversation For and By Providers of Residential Services

April 2, 2020 - What if You ARE Home? A CASP Conversation For and By Providers of Residential Services Join fellow providers of residential services to individuals with autism for a conversation about the unique considerations you face during COVID-19. CEU: No OPEN TO: Anyone TIME: 11:00 PT / noon MT / [...]

April 1, 2020 – Is Your Business “Essential”? Are Your Employees “Healthcare Providers”? Lawyers & BCBAs Talk About How a Variety of New Laws Apply to the ABA Profession

April 1, 2020 - Is Your Business “Essential”? Are Your Employees “Healthcare Providers”? Lawyers & BCBAs Talk About How a Variety of New Laws Apply to the ABA Profession The Families First Coronavirus Response Act becomes effective today, and other new state and federal laws, orders, and regulations are being issued daily. [...]

March 31, 2020 – CASP’s Telehealth Task Force Presents the New “Practice Parameters for Telehealth-Implementation of Applied Behavior Analysis: Continuity of Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic”

March 31, 2020 - CASP’s Telehealth Task Force Presents the New “Practice Parameters for Telehealth-Implementation of Applied Behavior Analysis: Continuity of Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic” Dr. Joy Pollard, Chair of CASP Telehealth Task Force Jenna Minton, Esq., Consultant to ABA Coding Coalition CEU: 2.0 hours BACB, including 1.0 hours ethics TIME: [...]

March 26, 2020 – Implementation of Families First Legislation: How Will The Paid Leave Law Impact Your Business

Implementation of Families First Legislation: How Will The Paid Leave Law Impact Your Business Thursday, March 26, 2020, 2:00 – 3:45 PM (EST) The Council of Autism Service Providers is offering a second free webinar presented by Matthew Korn, an attorney at Fisher Phillips, a national labor and employment law firm. Matthew [...]

March 24, 2020 – Autism Telehealth in Crises and Beyond

Autism Telehealth in Crises and Beyond Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 at 2:00 pm ET The Council of Autism Service Providers is proud to offer this free Telehealth webinar presented by Ron Oberleitner, with Dr. Joy Pollard, BCBA. Telehealth is proving vital to support the autism community in getting earlier diagnoses and accelerating [...]

March 18, 2020 – Guidance for Employers on the Novel Coronavirus

Guidance for Employers on the Novel Coronavirus March 18, 2020 The Council of Autism Service Providers is offering a free webinar presented by Matthew Korn, an attorney at Fisher Phillips, a national labor and employment firm. Matthew will provide up-to-date information regarding employment law issues in light of the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic, including [...]

Feb 18, 2020 – When Value-Based Care Knocks, Are You Ready to Open the Door?

The trend in healthcare is shifting from fee for service to value-based care (VBC). It is not a matter of “if”, but instead of “when” it appears at the doorstep of applied behavior analysis (ABA). When it does, we want to make sure that providers, agencies, and the field as a whole are [...]

Nov 20, 2019 – Building a Culture of Compliance within your RCM Team

With all states having mandates that require some level of insurance coverage for the treatment of autism, providers have turned to health care funders as a primary source of reimbursement for services.Building a culture of compliance within your Revenue Cycle Management team can aid in building a collaborative force in [...]

Sept 17, 2019 – Measured Growth: How Implementing a Balanced Scorecard Can Help Grow Your Practice

Managing effective growth can be one of the most challenging activities for an organization. In a clinical services organization, leaders need to plan for and manage growth contemplating a host of clinical, operational, and financial considerations–appreciating that unbalanced growth in any key domain could lead to significant future challenges for an organization. In 1992 [...]

Aug 21, 2019 – Telehealth in ABA

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July 16, 2019 – Healthcare Fraud Law and ABA

The national newsletter “Fraud News Daily” recently featured an article on ABA providers sentenced to prison for their ABA billing practices. Two South Carolina women were ordered to federal prison Tuesday for their roles in a federal health care fraud in a long-running illegal scheme where a company falsely billed government health insurance [...]

Practical Ethics for Effective Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Shawn P. Quigley PhD, BCBA-D Attachments Practical Ethics (Handouts)

New CPT Codes for ABA – What You Need to Know

Jenna W. Minton, Esq.President Minton Healthcare Strategies SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 Attachments 2019 CPT Codes Webinar Webinar Video