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Jones Health Law Podcast: Episode 8 – Mental Health Discussion with Psychiatrist, Dr. Aminata Cisse

In this episode we are discussing Psychiatry with Aminata Cisse, M.D.! Dr. Cisse is a board-certified psychiatrist, specializing in mental health disorders. Her blog “Am Taar Wellness” offers an integrated approach of holistic healing and traditional psychiatric care, specifically tailored to the needs of women of the African Diaspora.  During our discussion, Dr. Cisse discussed a range of topics including: (1) the distinction between a Psychiatrist and Psychologist; (2) challenges of being a black psychiatrist and for those seeking treatment; (3) a typical day in the office and finding balance; (4) the media’s impact on our perception of psychiatry; (5) myths about psychiatry and pros/cons of being a psychiatrist; (5) the impact of social media on our mental health; (6) COVID-19 vaccine’s impact on our short-term and long-term mental health; and (7) is telepsychiatry less effective than in-person consultations, and more.

We touch on a wide range of topics in this podcast that I know you don’t want to miss. Don’t forget to listen and share with anyone that you think would be interested in listening as well.

Dr. Aminata Cisse can be reached at:

Instagram: @dr.amicisse

Email: amtaarwellness@gmail.com

Web: www.AmTaarWellness.com

The Business of Healthcare: Post-Election

Jamaal R. Jones, Esq. attended a conference hosted by the University of Miami’s Center for Health Sector Management and Policy on March 3, 2017. It was headlined by leaders from across the country.

Panelists shared ideas on how the U.S. health care system will continue to evolve and how the anticipated changes will impact consumers, businesses and government over the next four years and beyond.

Guest speakers participated in several discussions including:

(A) A Conversation on the Election and Global Health Care Issues;

(B) Election Impact on Health Care Sectors;

(C) Health Care Policies Under the Trump Administration;

(D) Election Impact on South Florida Health Care Sectors;

(E) Election Impact on the Business of Healthcare; and

(F) A Conversation with Secretaries of Health and Human Services.

Guest speakers from both sides of the aisle provided their perspective on a range of topics, programs, and laws including, but, not limited to, Medicaid, Block Grants for Medicaid MACRA, PETFAR funding, tax credits for healthcare, the debt ceiling, and Certificate of Need.

Keys to Successfully Operating a Multi-Disciplinary Medical Practice

Throughout Florida, a healthy number of licensed healthcare practitioners and healthcare entrepreneurs are joining or investing in multi-disciplinary practices for numerous reasons. The primary reason for their foray into this modern approach to the delivery of medicine is usually due to the rising costs of administering treatment. They are attracted to the idea of increasing revenue, minimizing administrative duties, and partnering with like-minded individuals that may grow their individual practice. However, there are several business and legal challenges that members of a multi-disciplinary practice must consider prior to participating in the practice.

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