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Option 10: Career Center Upgrade from option 1 to option 2

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Option 1: Online posting for 60 days and print listing in AHLA Connections

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Option 11: Career Center Upgrade from option 1 to option 3

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Option 1: Online posting for 60 days and print listing in AHLA Connections

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Maximum of 150 words for print listing.

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Option 12: Career Center Upgrade from option 2 to option 3

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Option 2a: Online posting for 60 days and a featured position in the monthly Career eAlert

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The Career Center E-newsletter is sent on the first and third Monday of each month. Only 5 positions are available for each email, and ads will be placed on a first come - first serve basis.

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Option 3: Sponsor Button on Homepage, Career eAlert, Online Posting, and Printing List

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Sponsor button on homepage of Career Center for 60 days, logo and text in 1 monthly Career eAlert, online posting for 60 days and 1 print listing in AHLA Connections

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Option 4: Post a Contract Position

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Option 5: Post an Intern Position

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Option2b: Online Posting for 60 days and a featured position in the monthly

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Upgrade Opportunity: $850 Investment (featured upgrades are listed chronologically, only available as upgrade on Option 2 package) - Prominent fixed position at the top of Career Center Page for 60 days, marked with a “featured” indicia and highlighted background around the posting for 60 days

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HIPAA Revisited: An Analysis of the Omnibus Rule and a Practical Compliance Guide

August 12, 2014

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Editors: Patricia Markus (Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP, Raleigh, NC) and Linda Ross (Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP, Detroit, MI)

The Omnibus Rule consists of four final rules adopting: (1) modifications to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy, Security, and Enforcement Rules mandated by the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act; (2) changes to the HIPAA Enforcement Rule to incorporate an increased and tiered civil monetary penalty structure required by the HITECH Act; (3) a Final Rule on Breach Notification for Unsecured Protected Health Information imposed by the HITECH Act; and (4) modifications to the HIPAA Privacy Rule required by the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA) to prohibit most health plans from using or disclosing genetic information for underwriting purposes. These final rules, together with widely reported stepped-up enforcement activities by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office for Civil Rights, make abundantly clear that the compliance stakes are significantly higher for covered entities, their business associates, and subcontractors.

This Member Briefing analyzes each of the final rules; however, perhaps more importantly, it offers practical insights, tips, and tools for facilitating compliance. Although the compliance deadline for many of the provisions in the Omnibus Rule has passed, many covered entities and business associates continue to struggle with some of the more-complex challenges posed by the Omnibus Rule. This guide includes practical tips from attorneys who have worked through many of those challenges.

Purchasers may 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 "HIPAAMB" file. Purchasers will be downloading a PDF file.

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

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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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In-House Counsel Staffing, Spending and Compensation Survey, 2014-2015

September 30, 2014

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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 2015 (June 2014 - May 2015) for $499. Each report provides new and updated metrics. The just-released September 2014 report includes salary, bonus, and total compensation data for general counsels and other in-house lawyers. Data for these 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.

Purchasers may 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 "IHCSURVEY15" file. Purchasers will be downloading a .zip file which will include all reports published as of that date. 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 all Survey Year 2015 (June 2014, September 2014, December 2015, March 2015) reports, including for law firms, consulting firms, and health care executive placement companies, and other interested parties. If interested, please email Brian Davis at bdavis@healthlawyers.org or call him at (202) 833-6951.

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In-House Counsel Staffing, Spending and Compensation Survey, 2015-2016

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The In-House Counsel Staffing, Spending, and Compensation Survey provides in-house and outside counsel with benchmarks for law department staffing, spending, and compensation. The Survey product features two reports, to be distributed in September 2015 and January 2016. The compensation data to be reported on will include salary, bonus, and total compensation data. Staffing and spending benchmarks include total legal spend as a percentage of revenue, cost per lawyer hour, and 20+ others.

AHLA will notify purchasers when a new report is published. Purchasers may download the new report by visiting the AHLA homepage, signing in, clicking "myAHLA" in the top right, and selecting the "My Downloads" tab. On that tab purchasers should click the "IHCSURVEY16" file. The .zip file will include the reports published as of that date. Follow these same steps to download each report.

Advertising opportunities are available in both reports, including for law firms. If interested, please email Brian Davis or call him at (202) 833-6951.

Note: This product is a benefit of membership in the In-House Counsel Practice Group. Do you work in-house at a hospital or health system? Join more than 100 health law departments who have submitted their data thus far: bit.ly/IHCSurvey16. Those who complete the survey receive a complimentary copy of this year's reports.

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Care and Comfort at the End of Life (Purple One-Pager) (PDF)

November 01, 2006

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This one-pager provides a summary of end-of-life care and comfort options. The information comes from the more comprehensive Guide to Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Primary caregivers
  • Social workers
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • Health care providers
  • Health care administrators
  • Patient advocates
  • Public Interest attorneys

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Choosing an Independent Living Arrangement (Yellow One-Pager) (PDF)

November 01, 2006

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This one-pager provides a summary of Home Health Care options and questions to consider when choosing an independent living arrangement. The information comes from the more comprehensive Guide to Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Primary caregivers
  • Social workers
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • Health care providers
  • Health care administrators
  • Patient advocates
  • Public Interest attorneys

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Choosing a Long Term Care Facility (Blue One-Pager) (PDF)

November 01, 2006

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This one-pager provides a summary of important questions to address when considering long term care facilities. The information comes from the more comprehensive Guide to Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Primary caregivers
  • Social workers
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • Health care providers
  • Health care administrators
  • Patient advocates
  • Public Interest attorneys

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Long Term Care Options (Red One-Pager) (PDF)

November 01, 2006

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This one-pager provides a summary of long term care options to consider when independent living is no longer feesible. The information comes from the more comprehensive Guide to Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Primary caregivers
  • Social workers
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • Health care providers
  • Health care administrators
  • Patient advocates
  • Public Interest attorneys

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We All Need to Plan for the Future (Orange One-Pager) (PDF)

November 06, 2006

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This one-pager provides a reader-friendly summary of the importance of having a plan when facing a life-limiting condition. The information comes from the more comprehensive Guide to Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Primary caregivers
  • Social workers
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • Health care providers
  • Health care administrators
  • Patient advocates
  • Public Interest attorneys

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Settling Into a Long Term Care Facility (Green One-Pager) (PDF)

November 01, 2006

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This one-pager provides a summary of steps that will help make the transition to a long term care facility easier. The information comes from the more comprehensive Guide to Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Primary caregivers
  • Social workers
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • Health care providers
  • Health care administrators
  • Patient advocates
  • Public Interest attorneys

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Loving Conversations: Story about the Importance of Advanced Healthcare Planning DVD

April 09, 2009

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This educational DVD follows the fictitious story about a family that is struggling to answer difficult questions about an incapacitated loved one’s health care wishes that were never stated in a health care advance directive. The DVD presents five vignettes that are followed by a list of discussion questions and explanations intended to help you understand why having a health care advance directive is so important.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Primary caregivers
  • Social workers
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • Health care providers
  • Health care administrators
  • Patient advocates
  • Public Interest attorneys
  • Clergy

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Medical Research: A Consumer’s Guide for Participation (PDF)

March 11, 2008

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People take part in medical research for several reasons: to learn more about a specific medical condition or treatment options; to access the newest drugs and devices available only through a research study; or they believe the quality of care provided through research is better than what is currently available to them. The goal of Medical Research: A Consumer's Guide to Participation is to help you consider the issues related to participating in medical research and how it can expand options for healthcare. The Guidebook will explain why some research does not benefit the participant directly; the legal protections available to research volunteers; the researcher's and participant's respective responsibilities; and insurance and payment issues. Most importantly, the Guidebook will help identify questions to ask and factors to consider before and during the research study.

This resource may be helpful for individuals interested in participating in medical research; research scientists; physician-scientists; academic medical center administrators; and in-house counsel.

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Patient's Guide to Emergency Preparedness (One-Pager) (PDF)

December 01, 2011

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The Patient’s Guide will assist you or your family member who has a chronic or terminal condition anticipate and prepare for challenges in the event a public health crisis or catastrophic event occurs. Being prepared and taking appropriate, precautionary measures is one of the best ways to reduce adverse health outcomes and panic, ensuring that those most in need will receive appropriate attention during times of community or nation-wide emergencies.

The Guide is useful for individuals with and the family members caring for those who has a chronic or terminal condition. Also, hospital executives and administrators; emergency physicians and nurses; public health officials; homeland security and emergency management personnel; first responders; and members of the general public who are interested in how to prepare for a major public emergency.

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Revisiting Your Hospital's Visitation Policy (PDF)

June 13, 2012

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Hospital visitation policies have evolved over the years in response to changes in medicine, social customs, and patient/family demands. Hospital are now required by The Joint Commission and the new Medicare Conditions of Participation to explain to all patients their right to choose who may visit them during an inpatient stay regardless of whether the visitor is a family member, spouse, domestic partner, or another type of visitor. Hospitals must now give deference to the patient’s wishes concerning their representatives. This resource, co-published with The Human Rights Campaign, will assist hospitals in revising their visitation policies to satisfy these new requirements and to ensure patients and their representatives are best positioned to make health care decisions.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Medical center/hospital executives and administrators
  • In-house counsel for medical centers and hospitals
  • Attorneys whose clientele include medical centers and hospitals
  • Hospital case managers, social workers, and clergy
  • Patient advocacy groups

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Making Your Healthcare Wishes Known (PDF)

May 01, 2013

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Share this resource using its short link: www.healthlawyers.org/MilitaryAdvanceDirective

Being a mobile patient population that is often separated by great distances from loved ones, it's critical for military medical beneficiaries to understand the importance of advance healthcare directives. Often, the spouses or parents of service men and women have to make difficult healthcare decisions for a loved one who has been incapacitated by injury or illness. Helping them understand, for example, the differences in state law between advance directives such as living wills, healthcare proxies, and DNR Orders as well as other unique legal tools used in different states will go a long way in helping the military medical beneficiary prepare for such challenging times, especially if the service member and his or her family have had to move multiple times throughout the years.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Active duty military personnel
  • Spouses and other family members of active duty servicemen/women
  • Legal Assistance Divisions for the US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and National Guard
  • Judge Advocates General

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A Guide to Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions, 2nd Edition (PDF)

August 06, 2014

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A Guide to Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions provides an overview of the key legal and practical issues that arise when caring for someone with a life-limiting condition. The guidebook is organized around the continuum of care beginning with the healthy, independent individual to those living in a retirement community, assisted living, long term care, and hospice care. The guidebook’s chapters are also summarized in quick-reference “one-pagers” that provide a more general overview of the important points that the caregiver should consider when looking after a loved one.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Primary caregivers
  • Social workers
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • Health care providers
  • Health care administrators
  • Patient advocates
  • Public Interest attorneys

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Informed Consent in Military Medical Research: A Guide for Military Service Members (PDF)

May 20, 2014

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Each military branch conducts and/or sponsors medical research in which active duty service members and reservists can participate. If a service member wants to participate in one of those studies, it will be important for her to understand her right – as the research participant – to determine what happens to her body. It will also be important for the medical research investigator to fulfill her duty to provide enough information about the study so that the potential research participant can make an educated decision about whether to take part in the study or not.
Informed Consent in Military Medical Research will provide general guidance about the informed consent process and address the unique issues that may arise when service members – who, by virtue of their training and experience may be more prone to do what they view as being asked of them than would civilians – want to participate in a medical research study that is conducted or funded by the U.S. Department of Defense.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Active duty military personnel
  • Spouses and other family members of active duty servicemen/women
  • Legal Assistance Divisions for the US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and National Guard
  • Judge Advocates General

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Pan-Flu Preparedness: Key Legal Issues (PDF)

October 30, 2014

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Share this resource using its short link: www.healthlawyers.org/panfluchecklist

AHLA’s guidebook about pan-flu preparedness is now updated with a new look and re-titled to Pan-Flu Preparedness: Key Legal Issues (formerly, Community Pan-Flu Preparedness: A Checklist of Key Legal Issues for Health Care Providers). While the look and title have changed and all referenced website addresses have been updated, the substantive content remains unchanged and continues to serve as a valuable resource for health care providers and community leaders when preparing for and responding to pandemics and large-scale outbreaks. AHLA’s re-launch of this important resource could not be more timely as medical centers throughout the country consider how they might handle a potential Ebola case.

Pan Flu Preparedness examines the critical legal and ethical issues involved in pandemic preparedness planning and response. This guidebook is a scalable tool designed to assist health care providers, public health agencies, and government officials take concrete steps to prepare for and respond to a pandemic. Some of the many issues addressed in Pan Flu Preparedness include isolation and quarantine; altered standards of care; ethical obligations of duty to treat; protecting employees and maintaining operations; and business continuity.

Hospital executives and administrators; emergency physicians and nurses; public health officials; homeland security and emergency management personnel; first responders; and members of the general public who wish to prepare for a major public emergency will find Pan Flu Preparedness especially useful.

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Patient’s Rights & Responsibilities for Active Duty Military & Military Medical Beneficiaries (PDF)

September 08, 2014

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Understand your rights and responsibilities as a military medical beneficiary when receiving care from a military treatment facility. Generally, the U.S. Department of Defense provides guidelines for MTFs while The Joint Commission sets standards for the civilian, non-MTF medical facility. While “patient’s rights” brochures will vary from facility to facility, this newest resource from AHLA outlines the fundamental rights and responsibilities that one has when receiving medical care as an active duty service member.

This resouce may be helpful for active duty military personnel, spouses and other family members of active duty servicemen/women, Legal Assistance Divisions for the US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and National Guard, and Judge Advocates General.

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Guidebook for People with Disabilities (PDF)

November 24, 2014

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A Guidebook for People with Disabilities provides a general framework for understanding and addressing the most common issues and challenges encountered in the areas of employment, securing and paying for health care services, public education, and issues related to family law and estate planning. It will help consumers understand the protections provided by the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Act’s 2008 amendments.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Primary caregivers
  • Social workers
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • Health care providers
  • Health care administrators
  • Patient advocates
  • Public Interest attorneys

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Understanding Informed Consent for Active Duty Military & Military Medical Beneficiaries (PDF)

December 01, 2013

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Most of us understand what “informed consent” means in the context of seeking medical treatment at our local hospital. The process of informed consent for active duty military, however, may include limited exceptions given the unique situation in which servicemen and women find themselves, especially during deployments. These limited exceptions, for example, might involve a commanding officer deciding that one of his or her service members needs to be assessed for mental health or psychiatric issues or that the service member be treated with the anthrax vaccine. This guidebook will help military families better understand the informed consent process when receiving medical treatment while at home or during deployment. It will also cover the basics from explaining what is involved in giving sufficient informed consent, situations that may allow treatment even though one has not provided informed consent; how the process is different for those in active service; and whether service members can refuse all or certain types of treatment.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:

  • Active duty military personnel
  • Spouses and other family members of active duty servicemen/women
  • Legal Assistance Divisions for the US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and National Guard
  • Judge Advocates General

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