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25th Annual Health Law Institute 2019 (Electronic Download)

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Price: $149.00


For the 25th year, this Health Law Institute manual continues to provide practical and realistic solutions to everyday and unexpected problems in health law. This year’s Health Law Institute materials focus on significant changes at both the state and federal levels. With 38 chapters devoted to the latest developments, you are sure to come away with new and valuable information from the contents of these exceptional Institute books.

Summary of Contents

Volume I

  • The Health Law Year in Review
  • False Claims Act Update
  • Value-Based Payment Programs: Today’s Business, Regulatory and Operational Landscape
  • Amazon, Telemedicine and Digital Health Disruption
  • Physicians End Running the Plans
  • High Noon- Is the Legalization of Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania Heading for a Showdown with Federal Law? 
  • Ethical Considerations in Organizing the Compliance Function 
  • Romancing the Deal: The Art of the Term Sheet and Letter of Intent
  • Community Health Choices: Using Managed Care to Deliver Medicaid-Funded Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) in Pennsylvania 
  • Choosing the Best Financing Option for Your Health Care Facilities
  • Research Compliance Overview 
  • Working with Hospital Leadership: Who Is the Client?
  • Patients First? Will Courts Continue “Quick-Look” or Slow Down and Apply the Rule of Reason When Evaluating No-Poach Agreements in the Health Sector?
  • Searching for Adverse Events: Big Data and Beyond 
  • Obtaining and Maintaining Medicare Billing Privileges
  • Employer Sponsored Wellness Programs and HIPAA

Volume II

  • Independent Investigations
  • PA Department of Human Services Update
  • Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t: Out of Network Billing Hazards from Fee Forgiveness Suits to Surprise Billing Restrictions
  • One Call Away: Healthcare Telephone Consumer Protection Act Class Actions (2018 Update)
  • “Hot” Topics for Medical Staff Leaders and the Counsel Who Advise Them
  • Risky Business – Compromised Emails
  • PA Department of Health – 2018 Update
  • Medicaid Managed Care: Past, Present and Future
  • Safeguarding the Bioeconomy: Challenges to Date Security, Health and National Security
  • Boilerplate Provisions in Healthcare Transactions and Other Healthcare Commercial Contracts
  • Strengthening Compliance to Avoid Management’s Liability for Opioid Diversion
  • Shut Off the Faucet and Stop Mopping the Floor: Sorting Out the Healthcare Mess
  • Thinking Straight About Mental Health Coverage
  • HIPAA Privacy and Security Enforcement
  • Due Diligence in Health Care Transactions: Looking Under the Hood to Avoid Expensive Compliance Disasters
  • Ethical Issues That Arise in Healthcare Transactions
  • Rethinking Hospital-Physician Exclusive Agreements in an Evolving Health Care System
  • The Prosecution and Defense of a Health Care License Action in Pennsylvania
  • New Developments in the Opioid Epidemic
  • The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation: It’s Impact on U.S. Healthcare and What You Need to Know
  • What’s Good for GM…? An Examination of Direct Contracting Between Employers and Health Care Providers
  • Tax Reform, Reaction and Reinterpretation: A 2018-19 Tax Update for Healthcare Lawyers
Practice Areas
Published: 3/12/2019
Pages: 1378
Volumes: 2
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