Laws of Note for Physicians

CAFP and attorney Scott Kessenick presented a webinar to members to highlight new laws of note in California, including issues and actions for physicians to consider when providing a "Nurse Practitioner Independent Practice Provider Attestation;" notice requirements of the Open Payments Database under Assembly Bill 1278 (2022); and rules that are reverting with the end of the public health emergency.

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This activity is designed for family medicine physicians, and other primary care team members.


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Scott Kessenick, Esq

Partner, Kessenick Gamma

Scott specializes in working with clients in the healthcare industry.  With a background in litigation, Scott has represented clients in a variety of complex matters, including contract, billing, employment, and medical staff disputes.  Scott has litigated in federal and state courts in California and New York, as well as various arbitration venues (including JAMS, AAA, and ADR Services). On the transactional side, Scott’s expertise includes corporate structuring, acquisitions, “Friendly P.C.” arrangements, anti-kickback law, privacy law, and government reimbursement.  Outside of healthcare, Scott has extensive experience with accreditation law.   

Scott received his J.D. from Columbia Law School in 2010, and his B.A. from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2006.  Before joining KGF, Scott practiced for three years as an associate in the New York office of Dechert LLP.  


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