The Opioid Crisis and Compliance - On Demand RecordingContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/12/2020
This session will provide an in-depth look in how to effectively manage the risks of the opioid epidemic through compliance efforts. Session Objectives: Compliance Requirements and Beyond - Evaluating the effectiveness of your compliance program and remedial efforts to implement or improve one in the face of the opioid epidemic. Systems Controls - Addressing which buttons and levers can be pulled and protected to achieve 100% compliance for each team of stakeholders while retaining individual decision-making authority of the clinicians. Response Plan - Implementing a response plan in a multidisciplinary project plan to address vulnerabilities and improve the coordinate response of the Compliance Program.
General Data Protection Regulation Series (GDPR), Part II - On Demand RecordingContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/06/2019
GDPR Implementation Challenges and Enforcement Actions; Similarities with CCPA
General Data Protection Regulation Series (GDPR), All Parts - On Demand RecordingContains 1 Product(s)
1) GDPR Series – Session 1: An Enforcement Update and Deeper Dive into Privacy Notices, Article 30 Recordkeeping, and Consent. 2) GDPR Series – Session 2: Vendor Management – Practical Guidance on DPAs, DPIAs, and Incident Response.
New Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals Rule: Significant Changes Coming for Health Care Facilities, Particularly Long Term Care Facilities - On Demand RecordingContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/04/2019
Understanding EPA’s New Management Standards for Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals: What Health Care Providers Need to Know (and Do)
The Intersection of Public Health and Healthcare in the 21st Century: Hot Topics and Practice Tips, All Parts - On Demand RecordingContains 3 Product(s)
The webinar series aims to provide updates on state and federal law, highlight trends and distinctions in state law, and each webinar will offer practical perspectives and tips for lawyers representing hospitals, public health departments, and other health system partners.
The Intersection of Public Health and Healthcare in the 21st Century: Hot Topics and Practice Tips, Part II - On Demand RecordingContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/26/2018
This webinar will discuss legal trends in addressing the opioid crisis, and will explore how state, local, and tribal jurisdictions are responding to this issue by enacting a wide variety of laws related to prevention of opioid overdose and deaths. Speakers will also discuss current trends in opioid-related litigation, including recent suits filed by dozens of state, tribal, and local governments against opioid manufacturers. This program will also feature a discussion of new federal enforcement initiatives, including the formation of the Department of Justice's Opioid Fraud and Detection Unit and the 2017 Health Care Fraud Take Down. Panelists will also highlight 2018 federal funding and other efforts aimed at reducing the drug supply, and demand of opioids, through prevention, treatment, and recovery, and the implications for the health care industry.
Wellness and Prevention Programs: Emerging Trends - On Demand RecordingContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/18/2018
This webinar will explore emerging trends in the development of hospital and healthcare facility-based wellness and prevention programs, and highlight the role of these programs in improving the health of the health care workforce. Speakers will also describe federal standards for workplace wellness programs, including those related to Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), and will offer practical tips for avoiding legal problems and financial risk that can arise when a company develops a corporate wellness program.
Pharmacy Benefit Managers 101: Who They Are and What They DoContains 1 Component(s)
This on-demand program is designed to provide legal counsel and others with a basic understanding of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). Over the past 25 years, new medications and broader insurance coverages have led to a doubling of expenditures for outpatient prescription drugs. The growth in prescription drug coverage has led to increased complexity in the delivery and reimbursement of medications. PBMs are organizations which address this complexity by impacting most aspects of the pharmaceutical supply chain. The Trump Administration’s recently announced initiative to reduce prescription drug costs – which includes proposals focusing on PBMs – recognizes the important role that these organizations play in today’s healthcare system. Consequently, it’s essential for counsel to have a basic understanding of a PBM’s role and the laws governing its activities. This program is relevant not only for PBM attorneys, but also for counsel who represent the numerous entities and individuals directly impacted by PBM operations, including health plans, employers, third party administrators, pharmacies, drug manufacturers, drug wholesalers and patients.