Nan Gallagher (pictured with Executive Director, Dawn Wilno) was honored to present two cutting-edge topics in front of a packed crowd at the New England Regional Conference for Medical Group Managers’ Associations on Thursday, May 2nd at The Lodge at Spruce Peak in scenic Stowe, Vermont. Ms. Gallagher’s presentations included: “OSHA For The Medical Practice”, and “End of Life Care”.
“MGMA’s Body of Knowledge, a tool developed for practice managers by medical practice managers, helps professionals design and maintain efficient and effective operations that support the delivery of patient centered care. It also serves as the exam blueprint for state MGMA members who are pursuing Certification and Fellowship through the American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE), the certification and standard-setting entity of MGMA. Simply put, the Body of Knowledge is the authoritative guide to managing a successful medical group practice and is the most valid and reliable resource available in the field. The program objectives for the 2019 New England Regional Conference embody the spirit of the Body of Knowledge Competencies; Operations Management, Financial Management, Human Resources Management, Risk and Compliance Management, Organizational Governance, Patient-Centered Care. This conference will give you high quality educational experiences comprised of the main components essential to the success of today’s practice managers.” – New England Regional Conference brochure
For the better part of two decades, Nan Gallagher has devoted her career exclusively to the advocacy of healthcare professionals and entities. An accomplished healthcare litigation and administrative attorney, she focuses her practice on licensing, regulatory and credentialing matters in New Jersey and New York, all facets of administrative professional discipline, litigation, medical malpractice defense, Medical Staff and Society representation, General Counsel services, summary suspensions and fair hearings, privileged practice QA peer review investigations, credentialing assistance, EMR and cybersecurity counseling, physician and practice contract negotiations, estate and disaster planning for medical practices, physician burnout & impairment, disruptive behavior, online persona management, employment and labor counseling, Qui Tams, ERISA and state out-of-network appeals, audits, billing and coding counseling, mock agency inspections, and HIPAA and OSHA compliance services.