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Featured Events and Recordings
The Intersection of Public Health and Healthcare: Emerging Trend in Health System Transformation and the Law, Part IContains 2 Component(s)
Topic: Community Health Needs Assessments and the Law: Best Practices for Complying with Federal Laws This webinar will provide a practical primer on implementing Community Health Needs Assessments. Speakers will highlight the essential elements of a federally compliant CHNA, describe examples of best practices in collaborating with public health departments, and provide case studies offering successful strategies for avoiding enterprise risk.
Regulation, Accreditation, and Payment Practice Group Open Membership Call—January 2016Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/06/2016
The End of Off-Campus Provider-Based Payments? The New Site-Neutral Statutory Payment Provision and Its Implications
The Intersection of Public Health and Healthcare Law: Emerging Trends in Health Information and Data, Part I: Health Information, Data Sharing, and the Law: A Primer - On Demand RecordingContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/31/2016
This webinar will offer a primer on health information, data sharing, and the law. Speakers will describe federal and state legal frameworks supporting the use and sharing of health data, including laws that that promote healthcare providers' Health Information Technology implementation and use.
The Organized Medical Staff: Insight from Attorneys on Both Sides of the Table (Educational Call)Contains 1 Component(s)
Join us to listen to the unique perspectives of two experienced medical staff attorneys from both sides of the table. Topics to be covered include the following and more. What is a medical staff? What does it mean to be a medical staff attorney? What is the role of the medical staff in credentialing, privileging, peer review, quality assurance/quality improvement, discipline. What makes this work rewarding? What makes it challenging? Is there a need for young attorneys in this area?
The Intersection of Public Health and Healthcare: Exploring Trends in Healthcare Quality and the Law, Part II: Ensuring Safety: Healthcare Worker Vaccinations and the Law - On Demand RecordingContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/06/2016
Healthcare facilities across the country are increasingly requiring healthcare workers to be vaccinated for certain vaccine-preventable diseases to reduce the risk of disease outbreaks or transmission. In some instances, facilities establish these requirements under mandates set forth by state statutes or regulations. This webinar will describe how healthcare worker vaccinations can be a legal tool for reducing healthcare associated infections and outline statutory and regulatory strategies states have utilized to improve healthcare worker vaccination rates. Finally, this webinar will discuss barriers for healthcare worker vaccination requirements and considerations for legal counsel.
The Intersection of Public Health and Healthcare Law: Emerging Trends in Health Information and Data, Part III: Achieving Optimal Data Sharing to Improve Health Outcomes - On Demand RecordingContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/11/2016
This webinar will explore emerging trends in health information, data sharing, and the law. Speakers will offer perspectives on recent health information cases and will explore the role of law in health information exchanges, data sharing for research, and "Big Data."