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  • Medicare Advantage Risk Adjustment: Legal Issues for MA Plans, Providers, and Vendors - On Demand Recording

    The topic will be Medicare Advantage risk adjustment legal risks and compliance strategies.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    Topic: The topic will be Medicare Advantage risk adjustment legal risks and compliance strategies.

    The webinar will address legal issues for MA plans, providers, and vendors from the Medicare Advantage risk adjustment payment structure. We will provide an overview of recent case law affecting legal obligations and best practices for MA plans, providers, and vendors. This case law, which is primarily under the False Claims Act, creates potential liability for MA plans and their contracted providers and vendors who submit or facilitate the submission of diagnosis codes. We will discuss best practices and compliance considerations for MA plans, providers, and vendors as they navigate this uncertain regulatory and legal environment. We will also provide an update on current risk adjustment CMS guidance and address open policy questions where we expect the agency to provide future guidance.

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Payers, Plans, and Managed Care

    Partner(s):

    • Hospitals and Health Systems

    Rachel A. Alexander

    Partner

    Wiley
    Bio

    Jeremy Earl

    Partner

    McDermott Will & Emery
    Washington, DC
    Bio

    Brandon Moss

    Partner

    Wiley Rein
    Bio

    Edward Baker

    Partner

    Constantine Cannon
    Bio

    Heidi A. Wendel

    Attorney At Law

    Wendel Law
    New York, NY
    Bio


  • Cutting Edge Issues and Trends in Health Care Fair Market Value Webinar Series, All Parts - On Demand Recording

    This webinar series will examine three cutting edge fair market value (FMV) issues that health care organizations are facing in 2020. Notably, health care organizations are exploring FMV in the context of joint venture structures and unique arrangements with private equity backed entities. Many are also structuring value-based arrangements and are seeking methods to determine and document FMV compensation for care coordination, quality, and cost containment. Finally, health care organizations nationwide are developing more innovative compensation models with Advanced Practice Providers (NPs, PAs, CNMs, CRNAs) that align with industry FMV principles. Please join our panel of experts as they delve into these three top cutting-edge issues.

    Time (All Sessions): 90 minutes
    Sessions Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Available: No

    For on-demand webinar recordings (MP4 files), streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    This webinar series will examine three cutting edge fair market value (FMV) issues that health care organizations are facing in 2020.  Notably, health care organizations are exploring FMV in the context of joint venture structures and unique arrangements with private equity backed entities.  Many are also structuring value-based arrangements and are seeking methods to determine and document FMV compensation for care coordination, quality, and cost containment.   Finally, health care organizations nationwide are developing more innovative compensation models with Advanced Practice Providers (NPs, PAs, CNMs, CRNAs) that align with industry FMV principles.  Please join our panel of experts as they delve into these three top cutting-edge issues.

    Level of Difficulty: Advanced

    • AHLA Member:$267.00
    • AHLA Non-Member: $402.00

    Content Lead:

    • Hospitals and Health Systems

    Partner(s):

    • Fair Market Value

    On-Demand+CLE Webinars

    On-Demand+CLE webinars are eligible for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit and are approved in every state with mandatory CLE requirements for attorneys unless otherwise specified. Please refer to the Distance Learning CLE State Chart for details regarding specific state guidelines.

    On-Demand Webinars

    Offerings designated as “On-Demand" differ from those designated as “On-Demand+CLE" in that they are CLE-ineligible. However, CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney's state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body and subject to its rules and regulations. Please refer to the Distance Learning CLE State for details regarding specific state guidelines.

    Other, Non-CLE Credits

    AHLA On-Demand+CLE webinars are only approved for CLE credits unless otherwise stated. To obtain other credit types (Continuing Professional Education, Compliance Certification Board, Nursing Home Administrator, etc.) participants may apply directly their desired licensing body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said licensing body and subject to its rules and regulations.

    For additional information about Distance Learning-related credits, please email the Practice Groups staff at dl@healthlawyers.org.

    Live Webinars

    Live webinars are eligible for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit. Please refer to the Distance Learning CLE State Chart for details regarding specific state guidelines.

    • For attorneys licensed in states in which live distance learning programs are approved and AHLA possesses approved provider/sponsor status: AHLA webinars are pre-approved for CLE credit. Certificates of completion are made available immediately following the webinar upon completion of the course evaluation. Those states are: Indiana, Louisiana, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
    • For attorneys licensed in states in which live distance learning programs are approved and AHLA does not possess approved provider/sponsor status: participants are able to apply directly to their state accrediting body for approval for and accreditation of AHLA-sponsored webinars. The application and agenda are available for download during the live event and any time thereafter; certificates of completion are made available immediately following the webinar upon completion of the course evaluation.
    • In states in which live distance learning programs are not approved, it is still possible to obtain CLE credit by applying directly to the state's accrediting body for “self-study" credit where applicable.

    Other, Non-CLE Credits

    AHLA webinars are only presumptively approved for CLE credits unless otherwise stated. To obtain other credit types (Continuing Professional Education, Compliance Certification Board, Nursing Home Administrator, etc.) participants may apply directly their desired licensing body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said licensing body and subject to its rules and regulations.

    For additional information about Distance Learning-related credits, please email the Practice Groups staff at dl@healthlawyers.org.

  • Cutting Edge Issues and Trends in Health Care Fair Market Value, Part III: Advanced Practice Providers – How the COVID-19 Pandemic Changed the Utilization and Deployment of APPs - On Demand Recording

    Historically physicians were the sole clinical provider for most patients across the country; however, over the past few decades nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, nurse anesthetists, and physician assistants (“Advanced Practice Providers or APPs”) have expanded the concept of a provider. The COVID-19 pandemic required health systems across the country to deploy APPs in various ways and the governments around the country waived many restrictions around APPs. This webinar will focus those concepts including strategies around compensation of these individuals with a focus on long term implications for effective utilization of APPs.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    Historically physicians were the sole clinical provider for most patients across the country; however, over the past few decades nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, nurse anesthetists, and physician assistants (“Advanced Practice Providers or APPs”) have expanded the concept of a provider.
     
    Historically physicians were the sole clinical provider for most patients across the country; however, over the past few decades nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, nurse anesthetists, and physician assistants (“Advanced Practice Providers or APPs”) have expanded the concept of a provider.  The COVID-19 pandemic required health systems across the country to deploy APPs in various ways and the governments around the country waived many restrictions around APPs.  This webinar will focus those concepts including strategies around compensation of these individuals with a focus on long term implications for effective utilization of APPs.

    Level of Difficulty: Advanced

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Hospitals and Health Systems

    Partner(s):

    • Fair Market Value

    ​Trish Anen

    Principal and APP Workforce Practice Leader

    Sullivan Cotter
    Bio

  • Value-Based Payments in Public and Not-for-Profit Hospitals in the Age of COVID-19 - On Demand Recording

    Value based payments have changed the nature and types of arrangements and transactions between providers. The changes have included increases in risk-based contracting and in alignment strategies that rely on payment principles that were previously less common, such as gainsharing, capitation and subsidization. Hospitals and health systems that are tax supported, not-for-profit or otherwise serve the social safety net have special considerations when structuring and entering into new types of risk and payment arrangements. These special considerations are layered on a complex patchwork of more general laws and considerations that affect all hospitals and health systems. Our panel of experts will identify and discuss the complex and expanding scope of considerations in the context of the new hospital realities created by COVID-19.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    Value based payments have changed the nature and types of arrangements and transactions between providers. The changes have included increases in risk-based contracting and in alignment strategies that rely on payment principles that were previously less common, such as gainsharing, capitation and subsidization. Hospitals and health systems that are tax supported, not-for-profit or otherwise serve the social safety net have special considerations when structuring and entering into new types of risk and payment arrangements. These special considerations are layered on a complex patchwork of more general laws and considerations that affect all hospitals and health systems. Our panel of experts will identify and discuss the complex and expanding scope of considerations in the context of the new hospital realities created by COVID-19.

     Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals

    Partner(s):

    • Hospitals and Health Systems
      Public Health System
    • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Lisa Han

    Partner

    Jones Day
    Bio

    Kelly Anderson

    Associate General Counsel

    Baptist Healthcare System
    Louisville, KY
    Bio

    David Muhlestein

    Leavitt Partners

    Brandon E. Colley

    Manager

    ECG Management Consultants
    Dallas, TX
    Bio

  • Fraud and Abuse in the age of Coronavirus: Current and Future Federal Criminal and Civil Enforcement Actions - On Demand Recording

    The Federal government stimulus in response to the Coronavirus pandemic will lead to a significant flow of federal money to many industries, including health care. We know from past federal stimulus efforts that the risk of fraud and abuse is high, and the federal government is taking proactive measures to combat fraud and abuse resulting from the Coronavirus pandemic response. At the same time, the regulations concerning the stimulus money and guidance related to the Stark blanket waivers and other regulatory guidance is evolving and open to interpretation. Our speakers will cover the potential criminal and civil exposures, the ongoing government response to monitor and pursue fraud and abuse, and guidance for health care entities who are working in this quickly changing regulatory environment. The panel will also discuss DOJ's focus on investigating and prosecuting efforts to take advantage of the pandemic by selling fraudulent services and treatments.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    The Federal government stimulus in response to the Coronavirus pandemic will lead to a significant flow of federal money to many industries, including health care. We know from past federal stimulus efforts that the risk of fraud and abuse is high, and the federal government is taking proactive measures to combat fraud and abuse resulting from the Coronavirus pandemic response. At the same time, the regulations concerning the stimulus money and guidance related to the Stark blanket waivers and other regulatory guidance is evolving and open to interpretation. Our speakers will cover the potential criminal and civil exposures, the ongoing government response to monitor and pursue fraud and abuse, and guidance for health care entities who are working in this quickly changing regulatory environment. The panel will also discuss DOJ's focus on investigating and prosecuting efforts to take advantage of the pandemic by selling fraudulent services and treatments.

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Fraud and Abuse

    Michael A. Morse

    Partner

    Pietragallo, Gordon, Alfano, Bosick and Raspanti, LLP
    Bio

    Eric Moran, Esquire

    Member of the Firm

    Epstein Becker Green
    Bio

    Tony R. Maida, Esquire

    Partner

    McDermott Will & Emery, LLP
    New York, NY
    Bio

  • CCPA in Healthcare - On Demand Recording

    This webinar will provide an overview of the CCPA and proposed regulations relevant to healthcare entities, discuss available exemptions, and highlight activities performed by healthcare entities that may bring them within scope of the CCPA. This webinar will also address practical CCPA compliance challenges faced by healthcare organizations, including de-identification under the CCPA (as compared with HIPAA de-identification), exceptions for clinical research and adverse events, consumer notice requirements, and the impact on employers.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), which took effect on January 1, 2020, brought sweeping changes to the U.S. data privacy landscape.  With the California Attorney General’s office committed to enforcing the CCPA beginning on July 1, 2020, healthcare organizations across the U.S. should ensure they have sufficiently evaluated the CCPA’s applicability to their operations and implemented any necessary compliance measures. 
     
    This webinar will provide an overview of the CCPA and proposed regulations relevant to healthcare entities, discuss available exemptions, and highlight activities performed by healthcare entities that may bring them within scope of the CCPA.  This webinar will also address practical CCPA compliance challenges faced by healthcare organizations, including de-identification under the CCPA (as compared with HIPAA de-identification), exceptions for clinical research and adverse events, consumer notice requirements, and the impact on employers.  

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Health Information and Technology

    Matthew Henderson

    General Counsel

    Clearsense, LLC 
    Jacksonville, FL

    Ed Zacharias

    Partner

    McDermott Will & Emery
    Boston, MA

    Brendan Sanchez

    Senior Counsel, Office of the General Counsel

    Permanente Medicine
    The Permanente Medical Group
    Oakland, CA

    ​Ann B. Waldo, JD

    Partner

    Waldo Law Offices, PLLC
    Washington, DC

  • Crisis or Opportunity?: Hospitals Serving Special Populations and the Legal Challenges of Integrated, Accountable and Coordinated Care Part II: Data or Bust - On Demand Recording

    Access to appropriate data, technology and analytics are pivotal to a hospital or health system achieving financial success in the era of value-based payment. Likewise, the ability to attract professional talent and offer both competitive pricing and positive patient experiences and outcomes will be key to ensuring financial viability as we enter an unprecedented age of healthcare transparency, accountability and consumerism. For hospitals and health systems that serve a charitable or public mission or are otherwise part of the public health safety net, the common challenges of securing appropriate talent, technology and patient experience may be exacerbated by the regulatory and financial realities in which they operate, including the obligations of their public or charitable mission, the related heightened compliance risks that come with serving large Medicare and/or Medicaid populations, and the potential stumbling blocks of public purchasing and financing restrictions. Our panel will provide case studies and discuss strategies and solutions for regulatory challenges related to contracting for data, technology, telemedicine, professional staff and services.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    TOPIC:

    Data or Bust: Regulatory Landmines in Securing Talent, Technology and Friendly Consumerism in Hospitals and Health Systems that Serve Special Populations

    Access to appropriate data, technology and analytics are pivotal to a hospital or health system achieving financial success in the era of value-based payment. Likewise, the ability to attract professional talent and offer both competitive pricing and positive patient experiences and outcomes will be key to ensuring financial viability as we enter an unprecedented age of healthcare transparency, accountability and consumerism. For hospitals and health systems that serve a charitable or public mission or are otherwise part of the public health safety net, the common challenges of securing appropriate talent, technology and patient experience may be exacerbated by the regulatory and financial realities in which they operate, including the obligations of their public or charitable mission, the related heightened compliance risks that come with serving large Medicare and/or Medicaid populations, and the potential stumbling blocks of public purchasing and financing restrictions. Our panel will provide case studies and discuss strategies and solutions for regulatory challenges related to contracting for data, technology, telemedicine, professional staff and services

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Hospitals and Health Systems

    Partner(s):

    • Public Health System
    • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Catherine Clodfelter, JD, MPH

    Public Health Advisor

    Cherokee Nation Assurance
    Public Health Law Program
    Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support, CDC

    Christi J. Braun

    Managing Counsel, Insurance, Population Health & Regulatory Compliance

    Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    Nashville, TN
    Bio

    Delphine P. O’Rourke

    Partner

    Duane Morris LLP
    New York, NY
    Bio

    William E. Berlin

    Partner

    Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman PC
    Washington, DC
    Bio

  • Deploying Resources to Drive Value-Based Care: Potential Opportunities and Stumbling Blocks in Light of Stark/AKS Proposals - On Demand Recording

    Over the last decade, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) have moved from experimental pilot programs to established parts of the health care industry. ACOs and closely related Clinically Integrated Networks (CINs) are now core parts of the market strategy for many providers and payers. But as ACOs and CINs become more established, compliance risks may emerge as well. This webinar will cover common operational compliance considerations for ACOs and CINs, as well as explore some of the potential emerging legal risks that in-house counsel and compliance staff should understand as more organizations embrace the ACO model.

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    Over the last decade, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) have moved from experimental pilot programs to established parts of the health care industry. ACOs and closely related Clinically Integrated Networks (CINs) are now core parts of the market strategy for many providers and payers. But as ACOs and CINs become more established, compliance risks may emerge as well. This webinar will cover common operational compliance considerations for ACOs and CINs, as well as explore some of the potential emerging legal risks that in-house counsel and compliance staff should understand as more organizations embrace the ACO model. These may include: 

    • Structuring models in which ACOs support care coordination, IT infrastructure, or other benefits for participants; 
    • Strategies to improve the accuracy of risk adjustment models; 
    • Investments in social drivers of health (SDoH) while complying with “beneficiary inducement” rules; 
    • Common errors in implementing the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute waivers;
    • Lessons from publicized cases.

    Level of Difficulty:  Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Regulation, Accreditation, and Payment

    Neal Shah

    Shareholder

    Polsinelli
    Chicago, IL
    Bio

    Christine Burke Worthen, Esq.

    VP, Contracting Operations

    Northern Light Health c/o Northern Light Mercy Hospital
    Portland, ME
    Bio

  • Significant False Claims Act Case Law Developments and Preparing for FCA Enforcement in the Post-COVID-19 World - On Demand Recording

    The FCA is the federal government’s primary weapon to combat allegations of fraud and abuse in its programs. This presentation will cover two areas. One is to address significant new trends that have emerged regarding FCA enforcement, such as how circuit courts have split regarding whether reasonable clinical judgment can form the basis of an FCA action, whether claims can be materially false if the government does not routinely seek repayment through administrative action, and when violations of the Anti-Kickback law and Stark law can constitute a violation of the FCA. A second area is to address the likely enforcement actions the government or qui tam relators will undertake stemming from government funding related to the COVID-19 and steps healthcare entities can undertake to reduce exposure to liability.​

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    The FCA is the federal government’s primary weapon to combat allegations of fraud and abuse in its programs. This presentation will cover two areas. One is to address significant new trends that have emerged regarding FCA enforcement, such as how circuit courts have split regarding whether reasonable clinical judgment can form the basis of an FCA action, whether claims can be materially false if the government does not routinely seek repayment through administrative action, and when violations of the Anti-Kickback law and Stark law can constitute a violation of the FCA. A second area is to address the likely enforcement actions the government or qui tam relators will undertake stemming from government funding related to the COVID-19 and steps healthcare entities can undertake to reduce exposure to liability.

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Fraud and Abuse

    Robert S. Salcido

    Partner

    Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
    Washington, DC
    Bio

  • COVID-19 and Health Information Privacy: Waivers, Enforcement Discretion, and Outstanding Questions - On Demand Recording

    The HIT Privacy and Security Risk Compliance and Enforcement Affinity Group will discuss some of the privacy issues raised by COVID-19 under federal and state privacy laws, along with the latest guidance, waivers, and notices of enforcement discretion from the HHS Office for Civil Rights and SAMHSA regarding HIPAA and 42 C.F.R. Part 2. We will also provide an analysis of and recommendations for best practices and privacy and security considerations in acting pursuant to the various regulatory flexibilities, and describe the outstanding questions and remaining gaps resulting from the waivers and other guidance

    Time: 90 minutes
    Session Format: On Demand Recording
    CLE Credit Available:  No

    We do not apply for CLE credit or issue CLE certificates for our past programs and webinar recordings. Please check with your State Bar as to whether self-study credits can be awarded - CLE credit may be obtained by applying directly to the attorney’s state accrediting body, but approval is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of said accrediting body

    For on-demand webinar recordings, streaming access is available for 12-months from the date of the live webinar.  After 12-months, on-demand webinar recordings are available through the AHLA Health Law Archive.

    The HIT Privacy and Security Risk Compliance and Enforcement Affinity Group will discuss some of the privacy issues raised by COVID-19 under federal and state privacy laws, along with the latest guidance, waivers, and notices of enforcement discretion from the HHS Office for Civil Rights and SAMHSA regarding HIPAA and 42 C.F.R. Part 2. We will also provide an analysis of and recommendations for best practices and privacy and security considerations in acting pursuant to the various regulatory flexibilities, and describe the outstanding questions and remaining gaps resulting from the waivers and other guidance

    Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

    • AHLA Member: $99
    • Non-AHLA Member: $149

    Content Lead:

    • Health Information and Technology

    Partner(s):

    • Privacy and Cybersecurity Risk, Compliance and Enforcement

    Sean T. Sullivan

    Senior Associate

    Alston & Bird
    Atlanta, GA
    Bio

    Adam H. Greene, JD, MPH

    Partner

    Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
    Washington, DC
    Bio

    Peter Kim

    Vice President, Senior Corporate Counsel

    Providence St. Joseph Health
    Seattle, WA
    Bio

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