Thursday, April 15 at 5:00 PM EST
Join Symplast for “Law Talk: How The Cures Act Will Impact The Aesthetic Industry”. We will host health care specialist law professionals Marco Beatrice from The Aesthetic Mentor, Emily Johnson from McDonald Hopkins, and Bala Mohan and Samuel Pondrom from ByrdAdatto. Together we will discuss the 21st Century CURES Act, a law that is designed to help accelerate medical product development and bring new innovations and advances to patients who need them faster and more efficiently. This webinar will be moderated by Symplast’s Senior Practice Analyst, Randy Torban and will take place on Thursday April 15 at 5:00 PM EST.
The Aesthetic Mentor
Marco Beatrice serves as CEO and General Counsel of Aesthetic Mentor (TheAestheticMentor.com), the premier organization for training non-core physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses in aesthetic medicine. Aesthetic Mentor specializes in producing safe and effective medical aesthetic providers from the ground up, with fast success and low complication rates. With an online learning program and training facilities in MA and CT, its skill acquisition focused training is sought after by not only individuals looking to break into the industry but also business owners looking to staff their practices and medspas using its customized accelerated training programs.
Emily focuses her practice on matters primarily for clients in the healthcare industry. She provides regulatory and compliance assistance on both a federal and state level. She has assisted clinical laboratories, hospitals, long-term acute care hospitals, community hospitals, physical specialty groups, Telehealth providers, surgery centers, healthcare associations, pharmacies, and other healthcare providers on regulatory, licensing, compliance, reimbursement, contractual, and corporate matters. She has provided support to entities during licensure and accreditation surveys and assisted in navigation state professional licensure laws, CLIA standards and state and federal fraud and abuse rules, state Telehealth laws, and state and federal pharmacy regulation. She also has advised clients on direct to consumer testing issues and applicable state requirements.
Bala Mohan is an associate attorney at the law firm of ByrdAdatto, a national business and health care boutique law firm with offices in Dallas and Chicago. Bala has a unique background blending intellectual property with healthcare law. Bala is a registered patent attorney and eligible to represent patent applicants and trademark applicants before the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office). Bala has extensive experience counseling and assisting clients in trademark application and prosecution processes, specifically trademark clearance searches, filing trademark applications and responding to office actions. Bala’s expertise also includes working with clients on regulatory and legal issues governing the medical spa industry, specifically, state laws governing practice of medicine, good faith examination, performance of medical treatments by non-physician healthcare providers and structuring compliant medical practice ownership models.
Sam Pondrom is an associate attorney at the law firm of ByrdAdatto, a national business and health care boutique law firm with offices in Dallas and Chicago. Sam’s practice is focused on helping clients to resolve their complex business and regulatory concerns in the most simple, straightforward way. He works closely with both healthcare providers and lay persons on operational, transactional and compliance matters, and counsels medical practices on corporate structure, the practice of medicine, and supervision and delegation of medical services.