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AHLA Connections is the monthly membership magazine devoted to health-related legislative and regulatory activity at both state and federal levels, and includes detailed legal features and analyses, written by members. The magazine reports on the professional activities of AHLA members and also highlights educational and job opportunities available in the health and life sciences legal world. Not an AHLA Member? Join today.

AHLA Connections September 2017

Volume 21, Issue 9
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Featuring:
  • Annual Meeting and In-House Counsel Program Highlights
  • New Sheriffs in Town: Commercial Payers’ Increasing Role in Addressing Fraud and Abuse
  • Escobar Materiality Standard for Implied False Certification Claims Poses Acute FCA Compliance Challenge
  • Compliance Corner—Best Practices for Building an Effective Compliance Training Program
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AHLA Connections August 2017
Volume 21, Issue 8

Featuring:
  • Spotlight on Leaders
  • Medicare Enrollment Revocations and Reenrollment Bans
  • Big Issues in Big Data
  • The Continuing Relevance of Sarbanes Oxley to the Health Care Sector
  • Compliance Corner—Planning for Success—Managing a Compliance Audit Plan
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AHLA Connections July 2017
Volume 21, Issue 7

Featuring:
  • Has the IRS Made It Any Better for Deferred Compensation Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Entities?
  • Voluntary Disclosure: Risk and Benefits
  • Compliance Corner—Embracing Quality as an Integral Aspect of Health Care Compliance

​Feature articles provide members with relevant and informative articles on current events, trends in the legal or healthcare industry, the practice of law, etc. and can be in the form of an analysis, question and answer, interview, general overview, or update on a specific topic or issue. Interested in writing an article? Submit a Call for Authors form.

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​​The monthly AHLA Connections contains an analysis of a current issue in health law written by one or more American Health Lawyers Association members who are experts in their particular areas of health law.

 
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