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  • AI and Health Law, Part I: Overview—Myth Versus Reality

    Includes a Live Web Event on 02/25/2020 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    This introductory session will discuss the trends that drive the need for AI in clinical care, health care administration, and clinical research. The panelists will examine emerging AI definitions, concepts, and uses and provide an overview of the current legal environment, including regulating entities, proposed and existing authority, and industry standards.

    Time: 2:00-3:30 PM Eastern (90 minutes)
    Session Format: Live Webinar
    CLE Credit Available:  Yes

    In most states, AHLA webinars meet the requirements for continuing legal education and attorneys may self-apply for CLE credit. AHLA’s live distance learning webinars are pre-approved for CLE credit in the following states: Alabama, Illinois, Nebraska, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. Please refer to Distance Learning CLE reporting procedure for more information.

    This introductory session will discuss the trends that drive the need for AI in clinical care, health care administration, and clinical research. The panelists will examine emerging AI definitions, concepts, and uses and provide an overview of the current legal environment, including regulating entities, proposed and existing authority, and industry standards.

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    Thank you to our sponsor: 

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    • AHLA Member: Complimentary
    • Non-AHLA Member: $199

    Thank you to our sponsor: 

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    Content Lead:

    • AHLA

    Thank you to our sponsor: 

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    René Y. Quashie

    Vice President of Policy & Regulatory Affairs

    Digital Health
    Consumer Technology Association
    Bio

    Scott Bennett

    Attorney

    Coppersmith Brockelman PLC
    Bio 

    Kathleen Blake

    Vice President of Healthcare Quality

    American Medical Association
    Bio 

    Mel Tully, MSN, CCDS, CDIP

    Moderator

    VP of Clinical Services and Education
    Nuance
    Bio

    Nuance provides intelligent systems that support a more natural and insightful approach to clinical documentation, freeing clinicians to spend more time caring for patients. Nuance healthcare solutions capture, improve and communicate more than 300 million patient stories each year, helping more than 500,000 clinicians in 10,000 global healthcare organizations to drive meaningful clinical and financial outcomes. Nuance’s award-winning clinical speech recognition, medical transcription, CDI, coding, quality and medical imaging solutions provide a more complete and accurate view of patient care.

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    AI and Health Law Convener

    AHLA is hosting a day-long convener on AI and Health Law at the Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center in Washington, DC on March 10, 2020. This meeting will bring together more than a dozen thought leaders including regulators, clinicians, private practitioners, and other leading authorities for an in-depth discussion of AI in health care. Although AHLA conveners are closed to the public and press to ensure a full and open dialogue among invited stakeholders, the main perspectives and themes from the discussion will be summarized and consolidated into a white paper that will be distributed to convener attendees, AHLA leaders and members, and the public in early summer 2020. 

    AHLA has created an AI and Health Law Hub which is open to the public and includes AHLA publications and other resources pertaining to artificial intelligence and health care.

  • 2019 Novel Coronavirus, Part II: Health Care Provider Legal Preparedness

    Includes a Live Web Event on 02/25/2020 at 12:00 PM (EST)

    The second webinar of the two-part 2019-nCoV legal preparedness webinar series will provide an overview of legal preparedness and response measures for health care personnel and entities, including hospitals and health systems. This webinar will feature speakers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Health Lawyers Association, and the Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals, who will focus on legal considerations for health care providers in preparing for and responding to possible infectious disease outbreaks such as the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. Topics will include patient screening and testing, the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA), personal protective equipment (PPE), patient privacy, quarantine and its impact on workplace and patient care obligations, and other vital topics. CLE is being sought for this webinar.

    Time: 12:00-1:30 PM Eastern (90 minutes)
    Session Format: Live Webinar
    CLE Credit Available:  Yes

    In most states, AHLA webinars meet the requirements for continuing legal education and attorneys may self-apply for CLE credit. AHLA’s live distance learning webinars are pre-approved for CLE credit in the following states: Alabama, Illinois, Nebraska, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. Please refer to Distance Learning CLE reporting procedure for more information.

    The second webinar of the two-part 2019-nCoV legal preparedness webinar series will provide an overview of legal preparedness and response measures for health care personnel and entities, including hospitals and health systems. This webinar will feature speakers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Health Lawyers Association, and the Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals, who will focus on legal considerations for health care providers in preparing for and responding to possible infectious disease outbreaks such as the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. Topics will include patient screening and testing, the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA), personal protective equipment (PPE), patient privacy, quarantine and its impact on workplace and patient care obligations, and other vital topics. CLE is being sought for this webinar.

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    Healthcare and Public Health Legal Preparedness:  2019 Novel Corona Virus nCoV

    A two-part webinar series hosted by CDC’s Public Health Law Program and Center for Preparedness and Response 

     
    The first case of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) occurred in China in December 2019. Multiple cases have since been confirmed in the United States. This two-part webinar series will provide participants with the legal knowledge necessary for preparing for a possible 2019-nCoV outbreak. Speakers will provide an overview of legal preparedness considerations for public health and the healthcare sector. 
     
    The first webinar, co-hosted by the National Governor’s Association and the American Bar Association, will provide an overview of the global and US situation as well as public health planning considerations, including disease surveillance, reporting and nonpharmaceutical interventions. The second webinar will be co-hosted by the American Health Lawyers Association and Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals and will cover healthcare preparedness considerations and focus on the legal issues for the healthcare sector, including patient screening and testing, personal protective equipment (PPE), and more. This two-part series will be held on February 18th (1pm-2:30pm ET) and February 25th (12pm-1:30pm ET). CLE is being sought for Part II.

    2019 Novel Corona Virus: Public Health Legal Preparedness

    February 18, 2020 
    A webinar hosted by CDC’s Public Health Law Program and Center for Preparedness and Response 
    In collaboration with 
    The National Governor’s Association
    and
    The American Bar Association Health Law Section 
    1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET

    The first webinar of the two-part 2019-nCoV legal preparedness webinar series will provide an overview of legal preparedness for public health personnel. This webinar will first provide an overview of the global and US situation as well as public health planning considerations for state, tribal, local, and territorial health departments. Legal experts will then discuss best practices for legal preparedness and describe vital legal concepts such as disease surveillance and reporting requirements, nonpharmaceutical interventions, and social distancing measures.

    AHLA members can register for free though ABA registration link

    • AHLA Member: Complimentary
    • Non-AHLA Member: Complimentary

    Content Lead:

    • Hospitals and Health Systems

    Partner(s):

    • CDC’s Public Health Law Program and Center for Preparedness and Response
    • The American Bar Association
    • Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals (AHEPP)

    Delphine P. O’Rourke

    Partner

    Duane Morris LLP
    New York, NY
    Bio

    ​Sarah E. Swank

    Counsel

    Nixon Peabody LLP
    Washington, DC
    Bio

    Dr. Jay Butler

    Senior Response Advisor

    Office of  Infectious Diseases
    Center for Disease Control and Prevention 
    Anchorage, AK

    Catherine Clodfelter, JD, MPH (Moderator)

    Public Health Advisor

    Cherokee Nation Assurance
    Public Health Law Program
    Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support, CDC

  • Life Science Educational Call (February 2020)

    Includes a Live Web Event on 02/24/2020 at 11:00 AM (EST)

    California Consumer Privacy Act: Impact on Health Care and Life Sciences Companies

    Time: 11:00-11:45 AM Eastern (45 minutes)
    Format: Educational Call
    Topic: California Consumer Privacy Act: Impact on Health Care and Life Sciences Companies

    The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has created new rights and obligations regarding the collection, use, and sharing of California residents’ personal information. Beginning January 1, 2020, the CCPA gives California residents new rights over their information, imposes additional obligations on certain businesses that collect and use California residents’ information, and creates a private right of action for California residents impacted by data breaches. In this educational call, the presenters will discuss the impact of the CCPA on health care and life sciences companies. The presenters will consider the impact of the CCPA on both local California companies and national companies that collect information about California residents. We will address the types of “businesses” covered by the CCPA and the definitional carve-outs that may apply to certain health care and life sciences companies. We will also focus on the CCPA exceptions relevant to these industries, including the HIPAA, CMIA, and clinical trial exceptions, as well as the exception for de-identified and aggregate data and its relationship to HIPAA de-identification standards

    Note: No CLE offered for this course.

    For access to the recording, please visit the sponsoring Practice Group page.

    Content Lead:

    • Life Sciences

    Hillary Kalay

    University of California Office of the President

    Bio

    Christine Moundas

    Partner

    Ropes & Gray
    Bio

    Jackie Olson (Moderator)

    Vice Chair, Educational Programs

    Life Sciences Practice Group

  • Autism and Other Emotional and Intellectual Disability Services: Current Transactions, Reimbursement Landscape and Landmark Litigation - On Demand Recording

    Autism rates have exploded nationally from 1 in 166 children to 1 in 59 over the last 15 years. This statistic alone makes it incumbent upon all health care attorneys to prepare their clients, whether it be clinicians...

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    Topic: 

    1. Overview of the Emotional and Intellectual Disability and Autism Services Market 
    2. Relevant Laws & Application of Mental Health Parity 
      1. Current landmark cases and litigation 
    3. Increased payment opportunities: Navigating the waters of commercial insurance, Medicaid & school funding 
    4. Investment in ED/ID and Autism Service Providers – Considerations from Providers & Investors

    Autism rates have exploded nationally from 1 in 166 children to 1 in 59 over the last 15 years. This statistic alone makes it incumbent upon all health care attorneys to prepare their clients, whether it be clinicians, provider organizations or payors to understand: the scope of services available for treatment and payment under various state and federal laws; the role schools play; the standards developing in the court system for the payment of medically necessary services. Beyond treatment and payment, it is also incumbent upon health care attorneys to understand the heightened interest among private equity firms in the autism services space and prepare their provider clients to efficiency access growth capital and prepare for liquidity events, should one desire. Why is the sector so attractive and why does it garner the attention of private equity investors?

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Business Law and Governance

    Partner(s):

    • Behavioral Health

    Jodi Bouer, Esq.

    Partner

    Bouer Law LL
    Bio

    Dan Unumb, Esq.

    President

    Autism Legal Resource Center
    Lexington, SC 
    Bio

    Anthony Ahee

    Managing Partner

    Honor Equity
    Detroit, MI 
    Bio

    Keith Laabs

    CEO

    Carolina Center for ABA & Autism Treatment
    Managing Partner
    Tobacco Road Partners
    Raleigh-Durham, NC 
    Bio

    Jason Cowart

    Partner

    Zuckerman Spaeder LLP
    New York
    Bio

  • 2020 Telemedicine Webinar Series, Part IV: Structuring and Payment for Remote Patient Monitoring Services - On Demand Recording

    AHLA is proud to offer its sixth annual four-part Telemedicine Webinar Series.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body.

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    AHLA is proud to offer its sixth annual four-part Telemedicine Webinar Series.

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Health Information and Technology

    Partner(s):

    • Regulation, Accreditation, and Payment

    Carrie Nixon

    Managing Partner

    Nixon Law Group
    Bio

    Marshall Jackson

    Associate

    McDermott Will & Emery LLP
    Washington, DC
    Bio

    Steve Lokensgard

    Partner

    Faegre
    Minneapolis, MN
    Bio

    Jennifer R. Breuer, JD

    Partner

    Drinker Biddle
    Chicago, IL
    Bio

    Save 10% with Discount Code Tele10

    The Law of Digital Health

    Order Today

    Digital Health is a highly dynamic ecosystem of technological innovation with profound effects on all facets of health care. The key components of today’s Digital Health are:

    • Electronic health records and other health information technology;
    • Big data and data analytics;
    • Telemedicine;
    • Mobile personal engagement tools.

    This book explains how, taken together, these developments transform the provider-patient relationship, change the way research is conducted, trigger privacy and security concerns, alter relationships with health plans, and give rise to a new generation of innovation. Digital Health participants face an outdated and ambiguous legal and regulatory framework and enforcement by state and federal regulatory agencies, including:

    • State attorneys general; 
    • State licensure and accreditation agencies;
    • Food and Drug Administration; Federal Trade Commission;
    • Federal Communications Commission; 
    • Department of Health and Human Services’ Offices of Civil Rights, Human Research Protection, and Inspector General—among others.

    This book provides both the fundamental understanding and tactical foresight you need to develop a comprehensive Digital Health strategy.

    Order Today - Save 10% with discount code Tele10


    Telehealth Law Handbook: A Practical Guide to Virtual Care

    Order Today

    Telehealth Law Handbook: A Practical Guide to Virtual Care will help you navigate the highly dynamic and state-law dependent  practice of telehealth.  Telehealth is changing relationships not only between physicians and patients, but also among providers, and between providers and payers. As state and federal legislators and regulators take note of these changed relationships, the law is changing as well.
     
    The reader will find information on:

    • telemedicine licensure requirements in all 50 states; 
    • types of state licensure, exceptions, and how licensure laws apply in particular practice situations;  
    • telehealth regulatory requirements;
    • telehealth practice and communication models;
    • payment and reimbursement considerations, including telehealth payment and reimbursement rules under Medicare and Medicaid programs; 
    • emerging state laws known as telehealth commercial insurance and payment parity statutes;
    • medical staff credentialing; 
    • ethics and liability issues;
    • fraud and abuse compliance;
    • corporate practice of medicine prohibitions;
    • privacy and security issues; and
    • mobile health technology.

    This book examines how the law impacts all manner of telehealth relationships. We trust you will find this book useful in developing your understanding of the complex rules surrounding this method of health care delivery.

    Order Today - Save 10% with discount code Tele10

  • 2020 Telemedicine Webinar Series, Part III: Telemedicine Reimbursement: Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial coverage - On Demand Recording

    As more reimbursement pathways become available, both from government programs and commercial payors, it is important to understand what telemedicine services are (and are not) covered, and how to navigate payor rules. This webinar explore the current telemedicine reimbursement landscape, including Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement rules, state telehealth commercial health insurance coverage and parity laws, reassignment of billing rights, charging patients cash for noncovered telemedicine services, and interjurisdictional enrollment with Medicare.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body.

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    As more reimbursement pathways become available, both from government programs and commercial payors, it is important to understand what telemedicine services are (and are not) covered, and how to navigate payor rules. This webinar explore the current telemedicine reimbursement landscape, including Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement rules, state telehealth commercial health insurance coverage and parity laws, reassignment of billing rights, charging patients cash for noncovered telemedicine services, and interjurisdictional enrollment with Medicare.

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Health Information and Technology

    Partner(s):

    • Regulation, Accreditation, and Payment

    Sunny J. Levine

    Associate

    Foley and Lardner LLP
    Tampa, Florida
    Bio

    Tamara Lynch

    Associate

    Office of General Counsel NYU Langone Health
    New York, NY

    Bio

    Laura Koman

    Associate

    Jones Day
    Washington, DC
    Bio

    Jody Erdfarb (Moderator)

    Partner

    Wiggin and Dana
    Stamford, CT
    Bio

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    The Law of Digital Health

    Order Today

    Digital Health is a highly dynamic ecosystem of technological innovation with profound effects on all facets of health care. The key components of today’s Digital Health are:

    • Electronic health records and other health information technology;
    • Big data and data analytics;
    • Telemedicine;
    • Mobile personal engagement tools.

    This book explains how, taken together, these developments transform the provider-patient relationship, change the way research is conducted, trigger privacy and security concerns, alter relationships with health plans, and give rise to a new generation of innovation. Digital Health participants face an outdated and ambiguous legal and regulatory framework and enforcement by state and federal regulatory agencies, including:

    • State attorneys general; 
    • State licensure and accreditation agencies;
    • Food and Drug Administration; Federal Trade Commission;
    • Federal Communications Commission; 
    • Department of Health and Human Services’ Offices of Civil Rights, Human Research Protection, and Inspector General—among others.

    This book provides both the fundamental understanding and tactical foresight you need to develop a comprehensive Digital Health strategy.

    Order Today - Save 10% with discount code Tele10


    Telehealth Law Handbook: A Practical Guide to Virtual Care

    Order Today

    Telehealth Law Handbook: A Practical Guide to Virtual Care will help you navigate the highly dynamic and state-law dependent  practice of telehealth.  Telehealth is changing relationships not only between physicians and patients, but also among providers, and between providers and payers. As state and federal legislators and regulators take note of these changed relationships, the law is changing as well.
     
    The reader will find information on:

    • telemedicine licensure requirements in all 50 states; 
    • types of state licensure, exceptions, and how licensure laws apply in particular practice situations;  
    • telehealth regulatory requirements;
    • telehealth practice and communication models;
    • payment and reimbursement considerations, including telehealth payment and reimbursement rules under Medicare and Medicaid programs; 
    • emerging state laws known as telehealth commercial insurance and payment parity statutes;
    • medical staff credentialing; 
    • ethics and liability issues;
    • fraud and abuse compliance;
    • corporate practice of medicine prohibitions;
    • privacy and security issues; and
    • mobile health technology.

    This book examines how the law impacts all manner of telehealth relationships. We trust you will find this book useful in developing your understanding of the complex rules surrounding this method of health care delivery.

    Order Today - Save 10% with discount code Tele10

  • 2020 Telemedicine Webinar Series, Part II: Privacy and Security Issues in Direct to Consumer Telehealth - On Demand Recording

    AHLA is proud to offer its sixth annual four-part Telemedicine Webinar Series.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body.

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    AHLA is proud to offer its sixth annual four-part Telemedicine Webinar Series. This second session will focus privacy and security issues in direct-to-consumer telemedicine services, and is appropriate for intermediate-level attorneys seeking to apply their current privacy expertise to the DTC telemedicine setting. In this webinar, panelists will provide guidance on the privacy and security requirements and considerations companies must take into account when providing telemedicine services, including what to do if the telemedicine company is not a covered entity under HIPAA. The panel will discuss best practices for protecting patient health information and privacy and minimizing disclosure risks. It will discuss FTC issues for user data and privacy considerations, as well as the unique use cases found in direct to consumer online medical services.

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Health Information and Technology

    Partner(s):

    • Regulation, Accreditation, and Payment

    Ross Friedberg

    Chief Legal and Business Affairs Officer

    Doctor On Demand
    Arlington, Virginia
    Bio

    Anjali Dooley, Esq., MBA

    Managing Partner

    Law Office of Anjali B. Dooley, LLC
    Bio

    Michelle Debarge

    Partner

    Wiggin and Dana
    Bio

    Kathleen D. Kenney

    Associate

    Polsinelli PC
    Chicago, IL
    Bio

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    The Law of Digital Health

    Order Today

    Digital Health is a highly dynamic ecosystem of technological innovation with profound effects on all facets of health care. The key components of today’s Digital Health are:

    • Electronic health records and other health information technology;
    • Big data and data analytics;
    • Telemedicine;
    • Mobile personal engagement tools.

    This book explains how, taken together, these developments transform the provider-patient relationship, change the way research is conducted, trigger privacy and security concerns, alter relationships with health plans, and give rise to a new generation of innovation. Digital Health participants face an outdated and ambiguous legal and regulatory framework and enforcement by state and federal regulatory agencies, including:

    • State attorneys general; 
    • State licensure and accreditation agencies;
    • Food and Drug Administration; Federal Trade Commission;
    • Federal Communications Commission; 
    • Department of Health and Human Services’ Offices of Civil Rights, Human Research Protection, and Inspector General—among others.

    This book provides both the fundamental understanding and tactical foresight you need to develop a comprehensive Digital Health strategy.

    Order Today - Save 10% with discount code Tele10


    Telehealth Law Handbook: A Practical Guide to Virtual Care

    Order Today

    Telehealth Law Handbook: A Practical Guide to Virtual Care will help you navigate the highly dynamic and state-law dependent  practice of telehealth.  Telehealth is changing relationships not only between physicians and patients, but also among providers, and between providers and payers. As state and federal legislators and regulators take note of these changed relationships, the law is changing as well.
     
    The reader will find information on:

    • telemedicine licensure requirements in all 50 states; 
    • types of state licensure, exceptions, and how licensure laws apply in particular practice situations;  
    • telehealth regulatory requirements;
    • telehealth practice and communication models;
    • payment and reimbursement considerations, including telehealth payment and reimbursement rules under Medicare and Medicaid programs; 
    • emerging state laws known as telehealth commercial insurance and payment parity statutes;
    • medical staff credentialing; 
    • ethics and liability issues;
    • fraud and abuse compliance;
    • corporate practice of medicine prohibitions;
    • privacy and security issues; and
    • mobile health technology.

    This book examines how the law impacts all manner of telehealth relationships. We trust you will find this book useful in developing your understanding of the complex rules surrounding this method of health care delivery.

    Order Today - Save 10% with discount code Tele10

  • Protecting Privacy of Student Health Information: Compliance with HIPAA and FERPA - On Demand Recording

    HIPAA/FERPA Interplay; 42 CFR Part 2; Privacy and Confidentiality State Laws (examples)

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body.

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    Topic: HIPAA/FERPA Interplay; 42 CFR Part 2; Privacy and Confidentiality State Laws (examples)

    There is often confusion in the academic medical setting regarding HIPAA and FERPA and when each federal law applies and to which particular records. In this webinar, the speakers will explore the differences and interplay between HIPAA and FERPA, including:

    • Application of each federal law; 
    • The definitions of PHI, treatment records, and education records; 
    • Permissive and mandatory disclosures; 
    • Breach analysis; 
    • Required notices; 
    • and more. 

    The speakers will also cover designation as a HIPAA hybrid entity. Finally, FERPA’s permissive disclosures leave room for policy decisions on when, and how much, student information should be disclosed under certain circumstances. The speakers will explore those areas and also discuss 42 CFR Part 2 and state law examples to demonstrate the further intersection between HIPAA and FERPA and more stringent privacy and confidentiality protections.

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals

    Partner(s):

    • Hospitals and Health Systems
    • Behavioral Health Task Force
    • In-House Counsel PG
    • Health Information and Technology PG

    Alicia Macklin

    Attorney

    Hooper Lundy & Bookman, P.C.
    Los Angeles, California
    Bio

    Lila Hayadavoudi

    Counsel

    UC Office of the President
    Bio

  • Happy Together: A Legal Ethics Webinar on Working with Lawyers and Non-Lawyers in Health Care - On Demand Recording

    This webinar brings together individuals who, by the nature of their work or their role, interact frequently with lawyers in a variety of health care settings, including business colleagues, compliance officers, auditor/consultants, government affairs, etc. Lawyers must be aware of the many legal ethics issues that can arise during these types of interactions. The speakers will discuss the application of the ABA model rules to possible situations, including when discussions are and aren’t privileged and the attorney’s responsibility to represent the client. The presentation will also highlight best practices and important considerations in these interactions, such as where can lawyers add value, and common needs and complaints when working with the legal department or outside counsel.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    In most states, AHLA webinars meet the requirements for continuing legal education and attorneys may self-apply for CLE credit. AHLA’s live distance learning webinars are pre-approved for CLE credit in the following states: Alabama, Illinois, Nebraska, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. Please refer to Distance Learning CLE reporting procedure for more information.

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    This webinar brings together individuals who, by the nature of their work or their role, interact frequently with lawyers in a variety of health care settings, including business colleagues, compliance officers, auditor/consultants, government affairs, etc. Lawyers must be aware of the many legal ethics issues that can arise during these types of interactions. The speakers will discuss the application of the ABA model rules to possible situations, including when discussions are and aren’t privileged and the attorney’s responsibility to represent the client. The presentation will also highlight best practices and important considerations in these interactions, such as where can lawyers add value, and common needs and complaints when working with the legal department or outside counsel.

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Payers, Plans, and Managed Care

    Ed Cheng

    Partner

    Sherin and Lodgen

    Bio

    Rhonda Graack

    Vice President - Government Programs Compliance

    Express Scripts

    Bio

    Jessica Huebner

    Director

    BRB
    Tampa, FL
    Bio

    Jeff J. Wurzburg

    Counsel

    Norton Rose Fulbright
    San Antonio, TX
    Bio

  • Keys to Private Equity Transactions in Health Care - On Demand Recording

    There are many factors to account for when engaging in private equity (PE) transactions within the health care sector. This webinar will be an interactive presentation and discussion that will “drill down” on material aspects of the PE/health care transactions structure. This includes but is not limited to preliminary discussions and diligence undertakings, and more nuanced transactional matters relating to negotiations and definitive agreements. Numerous facets of PE/health care transactional considerations will be explored, including compliance and regulatory adherence. Valuation principles and economic terms will address key takeaways for all relevant parties. Longer-term strategies, subsequent add-ons or roll-ups, and eventual exits will be considered. Ancillary services, post-transaction growth opportunities, and other matters relating to health care transactional readiness will be prominent in our discussion and presentation.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body.

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    There are many factors to account for when engaging in private equity (PE) transactions within the health care sector. This webinar will be an interactive presentation and discussion that will “drill down” on material aspects of the PE/health care transactions structure. This includes but is not limited to preliminary discussions and diligence undertakings, and more nuanced transactional matters relating to negotiations and definitive agreements. Numerous facets of PE/health care transactional considerations will be explored, including compliance and regulatory adherence. Valuation principles and economic terms will address key takeaways for all relevant parties. Longer-term strategies, subsequent add-ons or roll-ups, and eventual exits will be considered. Ancillary services, post-transaction growth opportunities, and other matters relating to health care transactional readiness will be prominent in our discussion and presentation.

    Level of Difficulty: Advanced

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Physician Organizations

    Max Reiboldt

    CEO

    Coker Group
    Alpharetta, GA
    Bio

    Dennis Williams

    Partner

    Kirkland and Ellis
    New York, New York
    Bio

    Brian Wright

    VP Deputy General Counsel

    Unified Women's Healthcare
    Boca Raton, Florida
    Bio

    ​Radha V. Bachman (Moderator)

    Attorney

    Fisher Broyles
    Tampa Bay, FL
    Bio