Search
We use cookies to better understand how you use our site and to improve your experience by personalizing content. Please review our updated Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. If you accept the use of cookies, please click the "I accept" button.I acceptI declineX
 
Skip navigational links
 
 

Health Information and Technology and Hospitals and Health Systems Practice Groups Joint Mid-Year Luncheon

 
 
Sponsored by Quorum Health Resources LLC
Friday, February 11, 2011
11:50 am -1:05 pm
At the Hospitals and Health Systems Law Institute
February 10-11, 2011
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Title: The Promise of E-Health: Patient Safety, Provider Liability, and Health Information Technology

Description:  

Health information technology (HIT) will soon be a fixture in medical offices. This talk will analyze the benefits and risks of this technology and assess how it can both improve health outcomes and pose liability risks for healthcare providers. The luncheon will also outline recent regulations that have been enacted to govern HIT, critique them, and suggest interventions that could enhance the quality, safety, and security of HIT implementations.

Presenters:

Sharona Hoffman, JD, LLM
Professor of Law and Bioethics
Co-Director of the Law-Medicine Center
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Cleveland, OH

    Jacob Reider, MD
    Chief Medical Informatics Officer
    Allscripts
    Albany, NY

 Registration Information

Members of the HIT and/or HHS Practice Group, PG 15, or PG 16: $35
Non-Practice Group Members and Non-Members: $45

To register for the luncheon only, please call the Member Service Center at (202) 833-1100 (select prompt 2), or register on-site at the AHLA registration desk.

To register for the program and the luncheon, proceed with registration below, or call the Member Service Center at (202) 833-1100 (select prompt 2).

Printable Registration Form

© 2018 American Health Lawyers Association. All rights reserved. 1620 Eye Street NW, 6th Floor, Washington, DC 20006-4010 P. 202-833-1100 F. 202-833-1105