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Lana Ros Speaks to Physicians and Practice Managers on COVID-19 Round Table Conference Call

Posted on April 9th, 2020

Svetlana (Lana) Ros, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., joined MDAdvantage, a medical professional liability insurance provider, and Elizabeth Lorell, Esq., of Gordon & Rees, Scully Mansukhani, LLP, on April 9 for a round table conference call to discuss the challenges physicians and practice managers have been facing and will continue to face due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

“It’s really important to come together, virtually, as an industry as much as we possibly can and lean on each other for information and help during this trying time. It was my pleasure to share my knowledge and answer questions regarding the developing laws and regulations pertaining to the coronavirus crisis in the health care industry,” said Ros.

About the MDAdvantage COVID-19 Round Table

The purpose of the conference call was to clarify many of the new regulations put forth during the COVID-19 public health emergency affecting physicians and their health care practices. Discussion topics included the standards of care related to telemedicine, how to handle exposure to the coronavirus, and how staff layoffs would affect a practice, including from a loan standpoint. Frequently asked questions were also presented, and an open discussion was offered.

About Lana Ros

Ros focuses her practice on health care law, specifically in the area of civil and administrative litigation, with a concentration in professional licensure and general defense before government agencies providing oversight to the practice of medicine and dentistry. She also handles transactional and regulatory matters affecting health care providers. Ros routinely represents health care professionals before federal agencies, including Medicare, Office of Civil Rights, and Office of the Inspector General, and state agencies such as Department of Banking and Insurance, Attorney General’s Office, and Department of Health.

Ros writes and lectures throughout New Jersey and New York on legal issues affecting health care professionals, such as over-prescribing of medications, inappropriate conduct of practitioners, general licensure, health care-related cybersecurity issues, fraud and abuse, medical records, HIPAA, and employment law.

Ros earned her J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law in 2007 and her B.S. in biotechnology and nutrition from Rutgers University in 2003.