Automatic Update Service

This book is included in PBI’s automatic update service. PBI will publish supplements or new editions as appropriate to keep the book up to date. We will send you a notice when a new edition is available. You will then have the option to purchase the supplement or new edition at a discounted rate or decline the offer, with no further obligation.

Click to review/change your Automatic Update status.

  • Course Book

Health Law Institute, 24th Annual

Available: In Stock
Price: $149.00
Item Code: 10023-BK


In the highly regulated and quickly transforming health care landscape, you know how challenging it is to keep up with all of the developments. Explore the significant changes and latest developments at both the state and federal levels.


Summary of Contents

  • The Health Law Year in Review
  • False Claims Act Update
  • “Hot” Topics for Medical Staff Leaders and the Counsel Who Advise Them
  • Inside the OCR Investigation/Audit Process
  • Codes of Conduct: Do They Really Prevent Unethical/Illegal Conduct?
  • Representations and Warranties in Healthcare Transactions
  • Beyond Repeal: Developments for Health Benefit Plans Under the Affordable Care Act
  • Selected Topics and Developments in New Jersey Health Law
  • Changing Horses: Legal and Practical Issues Surrounding EHR Transitions
  • Ethical Questions in the Representation of Healthcare Professionals
  • Informed Consent After Shinal
  • The Business and Legal Implications of Changes to the ACA
  • Health Law Antitrust Update 2017 Year in Review
  • Scenes from a Medical Staff Hearing
  • The Pros and Cons of Blockchain Technology in Health Care
  • Just the Basics
  • Recent Developments at the PA Department of Human Services
  • Conflicts of Interest in Research: Assessing the Effectiveness of Your COI Disclosure Program
  • Healthcare Reform: How the Landscape Is Changing
  • Federal and State Enforcement Priorities: What We Will Be Talking to our Clients About in 2018
  • Successful Integration and Use of Advance Practice Professionals
  • Community HealthChoices and the New Federal Managed Care Rules
  • Lessons Learned From Leasing
  • Emerging Health Plan Litigation Challenges CMS 60-Day Overpayment Rule
  • The Opioid Epidemic in Pennsylvania: Top Ten Legal Considerations for Health Care Providers
  • Living with MACRA (The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015) and Value Based Payments in the Real Worlds
  • Hot Issues in Health Insurance from the Insurance Regulator Perspective
  • Smashing into Windows: The Limits of Consumer Sovereignty in Health Care
  • Being Professionally Responsible in a Sometimes Irresponsible Healthcare World
  • CMS’s Stark Self-Disclosure Protocol – New Forms, New Process and New Opportunity to Hit the Reset Button
  • Community Health Choices: Using Managed Care to Deliver Medicaid-Funded Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) in Pennsylvania
  • Beyond the Financial Terms: Understanding Key Legal Issues in Payer-Provider Contracts in 2018
  • Pennsylvania Department of Health 2017 Update
  • Professional Conduct: “Reporting Up” Information about Illegal Conduct “To the Highest Authority” in the Organization
  • Regulatory Implications of Various Hospital Service Configurations – An Update on Provider-Based Status, Co-Location Arrangements and Micro Hospitals
  • Tax Issues Impacting Tax-Exempt Healthcare Organizations
  • One Call Away: Healthcare Telephone Consumer Protection Act Class Actions
  • The New LLC Law in Pennsylvania
  • Telemedicine
  • The Regulation of Medical Marijuana Under Federal and Pennsylvania Law
  • Clinical Laboratories: They’re Back Under the Government’s and Whistleblowers’ Microscopes
  • Value-Based Contracting for Healthcare Goods and Services: Efforts to Control Costs in an Evolving Technological and Regulatory Environment
Practice Areas
Published: 3/1/2018
Pages: 1720
Volumes: 2
Size: 8.5x11
©2020 Pennsylvania Bar Association. All rights reserved unless otherwise provided in a separate agreement. Unauthorized use, duplication, republication or redistribution of this material is strictly prohibited without the prior express written consent of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.