COURSE LIBRARY

State Specific

State regulations affect many areas of healthcare including top and mid-level
providers as well as support staff when it comes to training

It is important for employers to know that the new medical marijuana law allows employers to use a medical marijuana verification system to verify a registry identification card for a new applicant before extending an offer of employment. It also allows employers to verify registration cards of existing employees. The new law protects an employer from liability when it takes disciplinary action against an employee under the good faith belief that the employee was impaired, used or was in possession of any impermissible drug while at work.


Course Objectives:

  • Brief history and overview of the law.
  • A guide to the role of physicians as outlined in the law.
  • Discuss the limitations of an employee that has a medical marijuana use license.
  • A detailed guide to the role of dispensary medical director.
  • Recognizing the do’s and don’ts of Medical Marijuana purchase.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapters: 1

In this course we will discuss the Emergency Medical Services and Surprise laws of the state of New York.


Course Objectives:

  • How the law amends the New York Insurance, Public Health, and Financial Services Regulations.
  • The disclosure requirements for certain health care providers for out-of network and non-urgent care.
  • New billing and reimbursement rules.
  • Health plan participation status with providers.
  • Consumer rights and the arbitration process.
  • How to prevent negative “consumer” surprises.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: NA Chapters: 1

During this course, we will discuss the specific requirements that have been set forth through the enactment of the Texas House Bill 300 (HB 300). Topics covered include the legislations’ background, the description of covered entities as defined by HB 300, training requirements, and applicable penalties for violating the provisions of HB 300.


Course Objectives:

  • Know the background of HB 300.
  • Understand the compliance requirements of HB 300.
  • Define covered entities as they pertain to HB 300.
  • Identify potential enforcement actions for violation of HB 300.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapters: 1