AHLA's distance learning events allow participants the flexibility to stay abreast of regulatory developments in the health law field, and in most cases earn continuing legal education credits, without having to leave the comfort of their office, home, or any other location from which it's most convenient to participate. Participants are able to access live presentations via their web browsers and ask questions in real time.
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Featured Events and Recordings
The Intersection of Public Health and Health Care—The Role of Law, All Parts(Fundamental/Intermediate) On Demand RecordingContains 6 Product(s)
This this six-part series will focus on legal issues at the intersection of public health and health care. Topics to be addressed include legal issues related to federally qualified health centers, prescription drug overdose prevention, Community Health Needs Assessments, and the domestic legal preparedness and response related to Ebola.
The Intersection of Public Health and Health Care—The Role of Law, Part I: Legal Issues Impacting Federally Qualified Health Centers and Rural Health Clinics (Fundamental) On Demand RecordingContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/05/2015
This webinar will provide an overview of federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics, and will offer practical insight into the field and the relationships between integrated care, rural health clinics and Federally Qualified Health Centers.
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 Health Care—The Role of Law, Part II: Health Care Quality: What's Law Got to Do with It? (Intermediate) On Demand RecordingContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/17/2015
This webinar will provide an overview of “health care quality,” innovations to improve health care quality, and how law relates to these innovations, particularly within the Medicare/Medicaid framework.
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 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.