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In-House Counsel Staffing, Spending, and Compensation Survey, 2013-2014

  • Member: $499.00
  • Non-Member: $499.00

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AHLA

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The In-House Counsel Staffing, Spending, and Compensation Survey allows both in-house counsel and outside counsel representing hospitals and health systems to understand the industry-wide benchmarks for legal department staffing, spending, and compensation. The Survey is a single product featuring four reports, distributed throughout Survey Year 2014 (August 2013 - February 2014)--two published, two to come--for $499. Each report provides new and updated metrics. Data for compensation metrics is considered in the context of the participants' industry, law school graduation year, practice area, and company revenue. Staffing and spending benchmarks include total legal spend as a percentage of revenue, cost per lawyer hour, and 20+ others. These metrics are presented in consideration both of company revenue and number of lawyers.

Salary, bonus, and total compensation data for general counsels and other in-house lawyers is now available, as part of the newly published October 2013 report.

Purchasers access the data by visiting the AHLA homepage, signing in, clicking the "Electronic Product Downloads" link in the center of the page, and downloading the "IHCSURVEY" file. Purchasers will be downloading a .zip file which will include the August 2013 report and the new October 2013 report. Each time a new report is published, AHLA will notify purchasers, the file will be updated to include all reports for that Survey Year, and the process to download the file will remain the same.

Advertising opportunities are available in the Survey Year 2014 and 2015 (June 2014 - March 2015) reports, including for law firms, consulting firms, and health care executive placement companies. If interested, please email Brian Davis at bdavis@healthlawyers.org or call him at (202) 833-6951.

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2019 Annual Meeting (eProgram)

August 06, 2019
  • Member: $199.00
  • Non-Member: $259.00

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AHLA

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2019 Annual Meeting eProgram
June 24-26, 2019

Every year, the Annual Meeting offers an array of health law topics that will appeal to anyone practicing in this area – this year was no different! Offering the most current information and analysis of myriad legal issues the health care industry is facing in a thoughtful, practical solution-oriented way, you will not want to miss the Annual Meeting.

Sessions include:

  • The always popular Year In Review
  • The Stark Reality: The Past, the Present, and the Future of the Stark Law
  • The Health Care Industry Is Transforming One Deal at a Time: What You Need to Know to Prepare and Respond
  • Provider Contracts and Agreements that Burn: Antitrust Consequences of Formal Written Contracts, Gentlemen’s Agreements, and Otherwise
  • The Effect of HIPAA Protections on Emerging Health Information Technologies
  • Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Legal and Practical Considerations
  • And More!

ePrograms are a zip file download that includes MP4 audio of the sessions held, along with written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and all the supplemental materials from the program. The downloadable file takes approximately 1 hour to download over a broadband connection. We do not recommend downloading this program on a dial-up connection. Once purchased, you'll be able to download from the "myAHLA" section of the website.

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2019 Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals Institute (eProgram)

January 24, 2019
  • Member: $199.00
  • Non-Member: $259.00

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AHLA

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Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals Institute 2019 eProgram
January 24-25, 2019

The annual Academic Medical Centers program, co-sponsored with National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) and Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), is designed to address the legal issues unique to teaching hospitals and academic medical centers. This year, in-depth sessions covered:

  • privacy and security
  • GDPR
  • fraud and abuse
  • research
  • emerging issues such as biologics
  • marijuana research
  • innovation
  • 340B discounts
  • startup risk and opportunity
  • secondary uses of data
  • qui tam scrutiny of physician compensation
  • and much more.

View the brochure

AHLA thanks ECG Management Consultants for sponsoring this eProgram.

ePrograms are a zip file that includes MP4 audio of the sessions held, along with written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and all the supplemental materials from the program. The downloadable file takes approximately 60 minutes to download over a broadband connection. Do not download this program on a dial-up connection. Once purchased, the file will be available in your MyAHLA folder.

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Building a Privacy Program: A Practitioner's Guide

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Through a partnership with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), AHLA is please to bring you the Building a Privacy Program: A Practitioner's Guide. This publication is available to AHLA at the member price of $45 by entering in code HEALTHLAW.

NOTE: Please click on the above link to take advantage of this special offer. You must purchase on IAPP's website to take advantage of this special offer.

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In today’s information economy, many organizations recognize the importance of building an effective data privacy program. But knowing where to begin can be a real challenge. The IAPP has brought together leading public- and private-sector experts to guide the way.

Building a Privacy Program: A Practitioner's Guide offers comprehensive, practical insights for creating and growing an effective privacy operation. Whether you are launching your first privacy program or expanding an existing one, Building a Privacy Program is the essential guide to your organization's success.

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2019 Fraud and Compliance Forum (eProgram)

November 05, 2019
  • Member: $199.00
  • Non-Member: $259.00

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AHLA

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Fraud and Compliance Forum eProgram
September 25-27, 2019

The 2019 Fraud and Compliance Forum covered Stark, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, and the enforcement efforts in these areas. Faculty addressed emerging regulatory trends, recent case law and legislative developments, and how they affected legal and compliance practices in health care. The program included 38 in-depth breakout sessions, 15 of which were compliance focused.

At your fingertips, you can have the Fraud and Compliance Forum’s content on the legal and compliance issues you face every day, covering topics such as:

  • EKRA
  • Physician Compensation
  • Cybersecurity
  • HIPAA Compliance
  • coverage on the Forest Park, Allina, Kisor, and MD Anderson v OCR decisions, and more.

ePrograms are a zip file that includes MP4 audio of the sessions held, along with written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and all the supplemental materials from the program. The downloadable file takes approximately 60 minutes to download over a broadband connection. Do not download this program on a dial-up connection. Once purchased, the eProgram will be available in your MyAHLA.

AHLA would like to thanks JND eDiscovery for sponsoring this eProgram.

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2019 Fundamentals of Health Law eProgram (eProgram Pre-Order)

July 22, 2019
  • Member: $99.00
  • Non-Member: $129.00

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AHLA

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Fundamentals of Health Law eProgram Pre-Order
November 17-19, 2019

The Fundamentals of Health Law program is a valuable training program for new associates and in-house counsel, compliance officers, consultants, and others who advise health care clients. It is also an excellent refresher for experienced health lawyers and health professionals. The program's faculty not only dispense their knowledge of legal issues, but they also provide insight into the challenges ahead in order to help attendees build an effective legal practice.

View program brochure.

ePrograms are a zip file that includes MP4 audio of the sessions held, along with written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and all the supplemental materials from the program. The downloadable file takes approximately 30-40 minutes to download over a broadband connection. Downloading this program on a dial-up connection may take several hours. The eProgram will be available approximately 6 weeks after the program and will be emailed out to purchasers.

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Health Care Cybersecurity Survey 2016 (PDF)

October 13, 2016
  • Member: $0.00
  • Non-Member: $0.00

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AHLA and Bloomberg Law

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Nationwide Survey Spotlights Increasing Threat Hackers Pose to Health Care Industry — And How Organizations are Responding

Patient health and medical records. Social security numbers. Credit card information. Billing and insurance records. Cyberthieves are targeting this information and threatening to hold it hostage, putting the health care industry on edge, according to a nationwide survey of nearly 300 health care attorneys conducted by AHLA and Bloomberg Law.

The research found that the majority of health care attorneys are intimately involved in managing cybersecurity issues. Over eight in ten (84 percent) have been called upon to evaluate whether a security incident implicates reporting obligations and have been asked to develop relevant internal policies and procedures. And nearly all responding health care attorneys (97 percent) expect their involvement in cybersecurity matters to increase over the next three years, and over seven in ten are developing their own data security expertise to meet this growing demand.

When it comes to cyberthreat responses, both law firm attorneys and corporate counsel feel prepared to respond to a breach or cyberattack but worry that those plans may be inadequate. For example, about 40 percent of all attorneys said the plans are too generic and lack specific guidance for the types of incidents their organizations or clients might face and have not been adequately tested prior to an actual breach incident. And fully one-third of surveyed attorneys indicated that plans are not updated to reflect the most recent types of cyberthreats or organizational changes.

This is for the electronic (PDF) version only. Once purchased, the PDF will be available in your "My Downloads" folder. Please contact Membership Services (202-833-1100, Option 2) if you need assistance with your order

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2019 Health Care Transactions (eProgram)

May 23, 2019
  • Member: $199.00
  • Non-Member: $259.00

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AHLA

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2019 Health Care Transactions eProgram Pre-Order
May1-3, 2019

View program brochure.

This program is a unique opportunity to learn latest commercial developments, strategies and deal forecasts from noted experts. Gain insight into the business and legal issues involved in contemporary health care business transactions, including emerging care models, M&A trends, financing techniques, deal risk management strategies, post integration lessons, and many more. The program will also present a unique opportunity to network with leading health care executives, attorneys, investment bankers, valuation experts and other health care consultants and advisors from across the country, who are recognized deal-makers and shakers in the health care community.

ePrograms are a zip file download that includes MP4 audio of the sessions held, along with written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and all the supplemental materials from the program. The downloadable file takes approximately 1 hour to download over a broadband connection. We do not recommend downloading this program on a dial-up connection. Once purchased, the eProgram will be available in your "My Product Downloads" section of MyAHLA.

AHLA would like to thank Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting for sponsoring this eProgram.

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2019 In-House Counsel Program (eProgram)

July 26, 2019
  • Member: $199.00
  • Non-Member: $259.00

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AHLA

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2019 In-House Counsel Program eProgram
June 23, 2019

This one-day program is designed to address the unique issues faced by in-house counsel. Sessions are focused on practical, hands-on ways to function in these challenging day-to-day work roles and responsibilities of in-house counsel lawyers.

At your fingertips, you can have the In-House Counsel Program's content on the legal, compliance, and operational issues you face every day, covering topics such as:

  • Physician compensation risk areas
  • Negotiating value-based contract terms
  • Breach preparation and response
  • Addressing clinicians’ stress-related claims
  • Conflicts of interest, research responsibilities, and more

ePrograms are a zip file download that includes MP4 audio of the sessions held, along with written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and all the supplemental materials from the program. The downloadable files takes approximately 1 hour to download over a broadband connection. We do not recommend downloading this program on a dial-up connection Once purchased, the eProgram will be available under the "myAHLA" section of the website.

AHLA would like to thank Carnahan Group for sponsoring the In-House Counsel eProgram.

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Indemnification in Health Care Contracting, Third Edition (Electronic)

June 03, 2014
  • Member: $64.00
  • Non-Member: $79.00

Author:

Susan O. Scheutzow

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This third edition of Indemnification in Health Care Contracting analyses in depth the nature of indemnity as used in the health care industry, the choices to be made when drafting a contract, and the potential implications for the contracting parties’ liability to each other and to third parties. Although indemnification clauses are commonly included in health care contracts, they can be particularly troublesome in the managed-care and service contract settings.

Coverage Includes—

  • An overview of the various types of risk that may be covered by an indemnification clause
  • The features and differences between common-law contribution and equitable indemnity, and the case law
  • The use of indemnification clauses as a risk-shifting mechanism
  • Insurance coverage for the assumed risk, and various clauses from different parties’ perspectives
  • Identification of the key questions that an attorney should consider when determining if an indemnification clause should be included
  • A useful checklist to assist in the development and negotiation of indemnification clauses as well as sample clauses

This product is available as a .PDF only. Once purchased, the .PDF will be available in your "electronic products downloads" folder.

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Survey & Analysis: Salaries and Priorities for In-House Counsel 2018

May 18, 2018
  • Member: $99.00
  • Non-Member: $199.00

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AHLA and Bloomberg Law

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AHLA is pleased to bring back the new and improved in-house counsel salary survey. This completely new format combines the in-house counsel salary survey data you expect from AHLA with the close analysis you expect from Bloomberg Law. Plus, bonus resources to help you effectively manage relationships between in-house and outside counsel. In-house counsel, see how your compensation compares based on seniority, job title, organization size, location, and more. Outside counsel, learn what in-house counsel are spending, what issues they are hiring out, and what legal expertise they need.

Members of the In-House Counsel Practice Group receive this resource at no charge here. To join, call (202) 833-1100 and select menu option 2 for Membership Services.

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2019 Health Plan Law and Compliance Institute (eProgram Pre-Order)

July 22, 2019
  • Member: $99.00
  • Non-Member: $129.00

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AHLA

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Health Plan Law and Compliance Institute eProgram Pre-Order
November 14-15, 2019

The Institute is designed specifically for in-house counsel at health plans and their outside counsel and advisors. This program will provide an intensive day and a half of informative and practical education on a variety of issues and best practices for health plan counsel.

Sessions will cover value-based contracting, cutting-edge antitrust issues, federal and legislative updates, drug pricing, and the latest in digital health. View Program Brochure.

ePrograms are a zip file download that includes MP4 audio of the sessions held, along with written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and all the supplemental materials from the program. The downloadable file takes approximately 30-40 minutes to download over a broadband connection. Downloading this program on a dial-up connection may take several hours. The eProgram will be available approximately 6 weeks after the program and will be emailed out to purchasers.

AHLA would like to thanks FTI Consulting for sponsoring the Health Plan Law and Compliance Institute eProgram.

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Innovative Tech: Blockchain, AI, Telemedicine, 3D Printing, and Connected Devices

February 21, 2019
  • Member: $99.00
  • Non-Member: $139.00

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AHLA Contributors

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This downloadable bundle contains five resources exploring the legal implications of innovative technologies your health care clients are considering. Get up to speed with two program sessions, two webinars, and a substantial paper addressing the following:

Blockchain (2018 Program audio, slides, and paper)

  • What is blockchain and how does it work?
  • How might it be used in health care?
  • What are the legal hurdles?

Artificial Intelligence (2018 Program audio, slides, and paper)

  • What is AI?
  • What are AI’s limitations and potential for health care?
  • What legal and policy issues must adopting entities consider?

Telemedicine (2018 Webinar audio and slides)

  • What is telemedicine and how do the current models work?
  • What are the regulatory considerations and enforcement risks?
  • How can these problems be solved?

3D and Bio-printing (2019 Webinar audio and slides)

  • Is a 3D-printed device a medical device regulated by the FDA?
  • How does products liability apply in the contents of 3D-printed products?
  • What are the top ten enforcement concerns for the academic medical center?

Connected Devices (2018 70-page HIT Practice Group Briefing)

  • How are connected devices used in health care?
  • What are the security and regulatory risks?
  • What are the best practices for mitigating those risks?
  • AHLA HIT PG Members, please note that the Connected Devices Briefing is available to you at no charge here.
    This product is available as a .PDF only. Once purchased, it will be available in your "electronic products downloads" folder. Links to the multimedia resources are within the .PDF.

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2019 Long Term Care and the Law (eProgram)

March 18, 2019
  • Member: $199.00
  • Non-Member: $259.00

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AHLA

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2019 Long Term Care and the Law eProgram
February 2019

This year's conference was an exciting and informative meeting where some of the leading in-house and outside lawyers for the long term care industry presented on legal, compliance, and operational issues faced by providers. Sessions focused on cutting edge issues that are front and center within the post-acute continuum.

Sessions are geared towards Nursing Facility (NF); Assisted Living (AL), and/or Home Health (HH) audiences. AHLA programs are distinguished by the expertise as well as the range of perspectives our speakers offer. The program’s faculty was comprised of representatives from all areas of the post-acute and long term care services spectrum. The faculty provided insight and analysis on regulatory changes, operation management, transactions, and compliance.

Sessions included:

  • Anticipating and Managing Violence in Senior Care
  • Home Health and Hospice M&A Transactions: Legal, Compliance, and Due Diligence Challenges
  • Legal and Practical Considerations in Analyzing Potential Overpayments
  • Secure Messaging in Nursing Facility Patient Care: HIPAA Challenges, Survey Scrutiny, and Possible Solutions
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • ePrograms are a zip file download that includes MP4 audio of the sessions held, along with written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and all the supplemental materials from the program. The downloadable file takes approximately one hour to download over a broadband connection. Downloading this program on a dial-up connection may take several hours.

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2019 Institute on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues (eProgram)

April 15, 2019
  • Member: $199.00
  • Non-Member: $259.00

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AHLA

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2019 Institute of Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues eProgram
March 20-22, 2019

For the most comprehensive program available on legal issues related to reimbursement, attend AHLA's Institute on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues. The program is a practical, informative program that brings together knowledgeable public and private sector speakers with CMS and other agency representatives. Topics areas covered include Part A, Part B, Medicaid, fraud and abuse, compliance, transactional, procedural, and ancillary issues in reimbursement.

ePrograms are a zip file download that includes MP3 audio of the sessions held, along with written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and all the supplemental materials from the program. The downloadable file takes approximately 1 hour to download over a broadband connection. We do not recommend downloading this program on a dial-up connection. Once purchased, the eProgram will be available in your "MyAHLA" section of the website.

AHLA would like to thank MSP Recovery for sponsoring the 2019 Institute on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues eProgram.

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Medicaid: A 50-State Comparison of Programs and Benefits (Electronic)

April 12, 2016
  • Member: $124.00
  • Non-Member: $139.00

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AHLA

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Medicaid, a medical assistance program created to provide health care services to low income families, the aged, blind, and/or disabled, is a federal-state partnership which provides matching grants to states that administer the program. Each state determines the design of its program, including the eligibility categories, covered benefits and payment levels, which can lead to significant differences from state to state.

AHLA is pleased to bring you this fifty state guide to the various programs and benefits available in each of the states and the District of Columbia. It gives you a snapshot for each state of who is covered, what the eligibility criteria are, and the income thresholds for each of the programs offered. This valuable tool will allow you to determine each states’ requirements. Also included is a guide to helpful legislative sources for each of the states and D.C.

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2019 Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute (eProgram)

February 04, 2019
  • Member: $199.00
  • Non-Member: $259.00

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AHLA

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Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute 2019 eProgram
February 4-6, 2019

In-depth breakout sessions at the Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute focused on legal challenges faced by physicians and their counsel, the legal challenges faced by hospitals and health systems and their counsel, and the legal issues of interest to both segments of the health care delivery system. Topic areas covered at this program include physician arrangements, compliance, fair market value, fraud, transactions, medical staff issues, and our featured health information and technology track.

Topics include:

  • Top Government Enforcement Priorities Related to Hospital-Physician Relationships
  • Emerging Trends in Physician Employment/Independent Contractor Contracting and Compensation Arrangements with Hospitals
  • Moving from 340 Burden to 340 Be Involved: Building a Team to Address 340B Compliance
  • Fair Market Value in Health Care–The Sixth Annual Year in Review: Where Does the Road Lead Now?
  • Employee and Insider Data Breaches: Vulnerability or Threat Vector?
  • Cutting through the Noise: Determining Whether Your Vendor’s Security Incident is a Breach
  • More Data Please! Privacy Challenges of Artificial Intelligence
  • View the brochure

    ePrograms are a zip file that includes MP3 audio of the sessions held, along with written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and all the supplemental materials from the program. The downloadable file takes approximately 30-40 minutes to download over a broadband connection.

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Privacy Law Fundamentals, Second Edition

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Through a partnership with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), AHLA is please to bring you the Privacy Law Fundamentals, Second Edition. This publication is available to AHLA at the member price of $30 by entering in code HEALTHLAW.

NOTE: Please click on the above link to take advantage of this special offer. You must purchase on IAPP's website to take advantage of this special offer.

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A distilled guide to the essential elements of privacy law, Privacy Law Fundamentals is a must-have reference book offering the key knowledge privacy practitioners and students of privacy need on a daily basis. It’s privacy law at your fingertips.

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State Health Care Fraud Law: An AHLA 50-State Survey with Summaries and Links

September 06, 2018
  • Member: $99.00
  • Non-Member: $199.00

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AHLA Fraud and Abuse Practice Group

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This 50-State Survey summarizes the fraud and abuse statutes, regulations, and other pertinent authorities for each state. Most states have specific laws and regulations on these subjects, and while many are similar and often borrow from federal authorities, each state uses its own terminology and thresholds for governmental oversight. The 700-page survey aims to simplify the process of legal research and serve as a primer for those new to fraud law. A summary of laws and regulations are provided in the following general categories (with some states including additional categories):

  • Anti-Kickback
  • Prohibitions on Self-Referral
  • False Claims & Fraud and Abuse
  • General Whistleblower Protections
  • Anti-Rebate & Fee Splitting
  • Helpful Links

This update provides direct links to each of the statutes and regulations identified for each state. The “Helpful Links” section at the end of each summary includes direct links to websites that the user may find helpful when researching the fraud laws of a particular jurisdiction.

AHLA expresses sincere gratitude to the attorneys and law firms who have compiled the information in this survey. They are identified within the summary for each jurisdiction.

Members of the Fraud and Abuse Practice Group have online access to state summaries at no charge here. To join, call (202) 833-1100 and select menu option 2 for Membership Services.

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Statistical Sampling Applications: Lessons Learned from Litigation, Claims Investigation, and Beyond

February 27, 2018
  • Member: $99.00
  • Non-Member: $115.00

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Andrew C. Bernasconi, Jonathan R. Davey, and Lindsay A. DeFrancesco

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Health care providers, government auditors, enforcement agencies, insurers, and others in the health care industry have used statistical sampling for many years and in many different contexts. Now, however, the use of sampling techniques increasingly is becoming more prevalent and more important —and particularly in the context of health care litigation. With increasing availability of vast quantities of data and recent instances of judicial acceptance, parties to health care litigation disputes are turning to statistical sampling more than ever before.

This 60-page paper with supplemental AHLA program resources is designed to provide a brief overview of what statistical sampling is; its use in litigation outside the health care context; its use in health care administrative and litigation proceedings; methods for challenging the use of statistical sampling by opposing parties; and practical tips for health care providers facing the use of statistical sampling.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Overview of Statistical Sampling and Why It Is Important
  • Statistical Sampling Background: Uses in Litigation Outside the Health Care Industry
  • Statistical Sampling in the Health Care Industry
  • How to Challenge Statistical Sampling
  • Practical Tips
  • Conclusion

Includes bonus access to AHLA Program slides, papers, and recordings:

  • Surviving an Overpayment Demand Resulting from an Extrapolation of a High Error Rate
  • Challenging the Government’s Use of Statistical Sampling and Extrapolation in FCA Health Care Cases
  • Proactively Responding to Government Investigations Using Data Analytics

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2019 Tax Issues for Health Care Organizations (eProgram)

November 13, 2019
  • Member: $199.00
  • Non-Member: $259.00

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AHLA

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Tax Issues for Health Care Organizations eProgram
October 21-22, 2019

This program narrows in on IRS regulations, exemption standards, and enforcement initiatives, key tax issues and laws on state and federal exchanges, and the ACA and tax issues. The program will cover the changes in the new tax law and topics that continue to be of interest to tax health care professionals.

Purchasers will hear directly from the government on the most recent regulations and guidance, and also on what is happening in Congress, including Hill interest in tax-exempt hospitals and community benefit. View Program Brochure.

ePrograms are a zip file that includes MP4 audio of the sessions held, along with written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and all the supplemental materials from the program. The downloadable file takes approximately 60 minutes to download over a broadband connection. Do not download this program on a dial-up connection. The eProgram will be available approximately 6 weeks after the program and will be emailed out to purchasers.

AHLA would like to thank WithumSmith+Brown PC for sponsoring the 2019 Tax Issues for Health Care Organizations eProgram.

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Telehealth A 50 State Survey, 2nd Edition (Electronic)

May 24, 2017
  • Member: $89.00
  • Non-Member: $104.00

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AHLA

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While technology in the health care field has continued to evolve by leaps and bounds, the ability of health care professionals to diagnose and treat patients across state boundaries remains a challenge. The need to know which laws will apply to doctors wishing to treat patients via new technology continues to require knowledge about how each state addresses critical issues such as how each state defines “telehealth” and “telemedicine,” licensure requirements, reimbursement (private and Medicaid), and medical malpractice and liability. AHLA is pleased to bring you the second edition of Telehealth: A Fifty State Survey, to help you find the answers you need to determine each state’s requirements.

This 2nd edition of Telehealth provides a larger collection of state telehealth laws and regulations governing health care providers’ use of telemedicine, as well as legislative alerts to inform the reader about the most recent actions that a state legislature is undertaking to propose or revise a telehealth-related statute. A state may also have a “Miscellaneous” section that includes any additional telehealth-related laws regarding, for example, examination and treatment of an abused or neglected child using telehealth; rulemaking requirements as set out by the state legislature; the use of telehealth by a qualified mental health professional in the case of involuntary hospitalization; or statutory provisions allowing a state to provide telemedicine services to Medicaid recipients at federally qualified community health centers through a demonstration project.

This is for the .pdf version of Telehealth: A Fifty State Survey. To purchase the print copy with .pdf, please click here.

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Troubled Hospitals: Hard Choices and Successful Pathways, Part II: Case Studies and War Stories

  • Member: $145.00
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Troubled Hospitals: Hard Choices and Successful Pathways, Part III: Regulatory Issues and Road Block

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Troubled Hospitals: Hard Choices and Successful Pathways, Part IV: Addressing Post-Deal Challenges

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Public/Private Partnerships 2.0: New Challenges and Opportunities in the Era of Health Care Reform

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