Looking to get more involved with AHLA? There are many opportunities for you to share your expertise or develop your leadership skills with the Association. Check out the number of opportunities recognized in 2013-2014.
Call for Young Professional Volunteers
If you are a young professional, AHLA’s Practice Groups and Affinity Groups are seeking your involvement and would welcome your participation in their activities. We will post new opportunities as they become available. Updated October 8, 2014
Call for Authors
Want to share your experiences and expertise, collaborate with other AHLA members on exciting new projects, get your name in print, and enhance your professional credentials? All you have to do is volunteer to contribute to one or several of the titles in development. You can also use the AHLA Mentoring Program as an opportunity to seek a mentor to assist with developing your writing skills.
*Note that we update this page monthly, so if you don't see a topic of interest, check back regularly for new authorship opportunities.
Other Author Opportunities - AHLA is looking for short articles for several of its member publications, including the AHLA Weekly and AHLA Connections magazine. Contact Bianca Bishop to discuss any of the following topics:
- Implications of using drug coupons in federal health care programs under Anti-Kickback Statute, including a discussion of OIG Special Advisory Bulletin
- HIPAA Compliance Audits
- Review/implications of the Improving Medicare Post-Acute Care Transformation Act of 2014 (IMPACT Act)
- OIG proposed revisions to AKS safe harbors and CMPs
If you would like to be considered as a speaker for an upcoming AHLA in-person program or to submit topic suggestions, click the link for more information, or contact Laurie Garvey.
Become a Mentor or Mentee
AHLA's Mentoring Program is for both mentors, looking to share their considerable professional expertise and experience and for mentees, who may be new to health law, new to the legal profession, or established health lawyers and professionals looking to establish a mentor relationship with a colleague. Get started by going to www.healthlawyers.org/mentoring.
Call for Public Interest Topics
The Public Interest Committee accepts topic proposals throughout the year regarding the development of user-friendly resources for both the healthcare provider community and the community-at-large. Our library of resources address health law issues that affect the welfare of the general public as they relate to a wide variety of topics, including emergency preparedness, medical consumerism, healthcare providers and administrators, and the military community. Complete our topic proposal form to submit your idea for our next publication.