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Practice Groups

 

​Practice Groups are composed of AHLA members who share a similar work setting or interest in a specific area of health law and who wish to increase their knowledge of specific health law issues, grow professionally, gain valuable leadership experience, and network with other health lawyers from across the country.

Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals PG
Antitrust PG
Business Law and Governance PG
Fraud and Abuse PG
Health Care Liability and Litigation PG
Health Information and Technology PG
Hospitals and Health Systems PG
In-House Counsel PG
Labor and Employment PG
Life Sciences PG
Medical Staff, Credentialing, and Peer Review PG
Payers, Plans, and Managed Care PG
Physician Organizations PG
Post-Acute and Long Term Services PG
Regulation, Accreditation, and Payment PG
Tax and Finance PG

Enroll In a Practice Group

With a nominal enrollment fee, Practice Group members receive the following:

  • Exclusive access to the Topical Libraries, where Practice Group members can access the most relevant and recent AHLA publications and resources related to their Practice Group.
  • Free registration to Educational Calls on health law topics pertinent to their Practice Group.
  • Priceless networking opportunities with their Practice Group peers.
  • Expertise from Affinity Groups, which are member-led groups within a Practice Group that facilitate networking and provide specialized educational content for Practice Group members. See a listing of all Affinity Groups in the Practice Group and Affinity Group Enrollment Form below.

Practice Group and Affinity Group Enrollment Form 

Task Forces

For those health law topics that cross several Practice Groups, Task Forces produce collaborative, substantive resources for the benefit of the associated Practice Groups' members.

Behavioral Health  

Enterprise Risk Management

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