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Hot Topics in Health Care Law 2018

Released on: Dec. 27, 2018
Running Time: 06:14:48

Join our expert faculty of health care practitioners, in-house counsel, government regulators, and prosecutors as we examine the current state of health care law. This program will cover the broad range of issues confronting the health care industry: payment reforms; structuring of compliant financial and other relationships; federal and state enforcement of health care fraud and abuse laws.  The program also will cover the future of health care under the current administration. 

Lecture Topics [Total time 06:14:48]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Opening Remarks* [00:13:33]
    David J. Farber, Esther Scherb
  • Developments in Drug Pricing – The Blueprint and Changing Landscape for PBMs, Hospitals and Physicians [00:56:59]
    Rujul Desai, Daniel Hettich
  • Hospital and Physician Payment Systems – The 2019 Horizon [01:00:21]
    Kathleen Blake, Daniel Hettich, Thomas Gustafson
  • What’s New in Electronic Medical Records Management and Telehealth? [01:02:56]
    Jodi Daniel, Paul L Uhrig
  • Enforcement Trends in Health Care Law -- Overview and Lessons Learned in 2018 [01:00:59]
    Jacob T Elberg, Laura F. Laemmle-Weidenfeld
  • Key Issues for Designing and Implementing Compliance Programs for Health Care Organizations [01:00:24]
    Tony Maida, Valda Clark Christian
  • Legislative Initiatives: What Happened in the 115th Congress? [00:59:32]
    David J. Farber, Gary A. Heimberg

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK
  • Communicating and Contracting for Value: Evolving Paradigms for Drug Pricing and Market Access (August 28, 2018) (PowerPoint slides)
    Rujul Desai
  • Digital Health: The Next Frontier in Market Access (September 18, 2018) (PowerPoint slides)
    Rujul Desai
  • Policy Focus on Drug Pricing and Value (October 9, 2018) (PowerPoint slides)
    Rujul Desai
  • CMS Revises Medicare Part B Biosimilar Coding and Payment Policies (November 8, 2017)
    Esther Scherb
  • Medicare Policies Modified to Support Smart Devices Use for Sharing Glucose Data (August 9, 2018)
    Shruti Barker, Esther Scherb
  • Proposed Policy, Payment, and Quality Provisions Changes to the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule for Calendar Year 2019 (July 12, 2018)
  • Medicare and Medicaid Regulatory Update (July 24, 2018) (PowerPoint slides)
    David J. Farber
  • Trump Administration Issues Blueprint to Lower Drug Prices and Reduce Out-of-Pocket Costs (May 14, 2018)
    Thomas A. Gustafson
  • Regulatory and Legislative Update (June 12, 2018) (PowerPoint slides)
    Daniel J. Hettich
  • Beat by Beat: Engaging Policymakers to Responsibly Unlock the Promise of Data to Improve Patient Outcomes and Lower Costs (September 27, 2018)
    Jodi G. Daniel
  • New CMS Incentives for Remote Patient Monitoring and Patient Access (July 13, 2018)
    Jodi G. Daniel
  • Transforming the Patient-Provider Relationship: A Comprehensive Approach to Patient Access and Patient-Generated Health Data (June 7, 2018)
    Jodi G. Daniel
  • Daniel A. Cody, Ann T. Hollenbeck and Laura F. Leammle-Weidenfeld, 2018 Budget Act Eases Stark Law Requirements, Increases AKS and CMP Penalties
    Laura F. Laemmle-Weidenfeld
  • Pharmaceutical Company Agrees to $625 Million False Claims Act Settlement (October 2018)
    Laura F. Laemmle-Weidenfeld
  • DOJ Limits the Use of Agencies’ Guidance Documents in Civil Enforcement Actions
    Laura F. Laemmle-Weidenfeld
  • New DOJ Guidance May Signal Greater Willingness to Dismiss Qui Tam Cases
    Laura F. Laemmle-Weidenfeld
  • Ninth Circuit Clarifies Import of Escobar in False Claims Act Litigation
    Laura F. Laemmle-Weidenfeld
  • Enforcement Trends in Health Care Law (December 14, 2017) (PowerPoint slides)
    Laura F. Laemmle-Weidenfeld, Jacob T. Elberg
  • Key Issues for Designing and Implementing Compliance Programs for Healthcare Organizations (PowerPoint slides)
    Vlada Clark Christian, Tony Maida
  • CMS Proposes Changes to Inpatient Admission Orders in 2019 IPPS Proposed Rule (May 1, 2018)
    David J. Farber
  • Judge Grants Summary Judgment in Favor of OCR for HIPAA Violations Ordering a Texas Cancer Center to Pay $4.3 Million in Penalties (July 5, 2018)
    David J. Farber
  • D.C. Circuit Clears the Way for Hospitals to Challenge Base-Year Factual Determinations (July 30, 2018)
    David J. Farber
  • FDA Reauthorization Act of 2017: Select Drug Provisions (November 7, 2017)
    Gary Heimberg

Presentation Material

  • Developments in Drug Pricing - The Blueprint and Changing Landscape for PBMs, Hospitals and Physicians
    Rujul Desai, Daniel Hettich
  • Hospital and Physician Payment Systems - The 2019 Horizon
    Kathleen Blake
  • Hospital and Physician Payment Systems - The 2019 Horizon
    Thomas Gustafson
  • Hospital and Physician Payment Systems - The 2019 Horizon
    Daniel Hettich
  • What's New in Electronic Medical Records Management and Telehealth?
    Jodi Daniel, Paul L Uhrig
  • Enforcement Trends in Health Care Law - Overview and Lessons Learned in 2018
    Jacob T Elberg, Laura F. Laemmle-Weidenfeld
  • Key Issues for Designing and Implementing Compliance Programs for Health Care Organizations
    Valda Clark Christian, Tony Maida
  • Legislative Initiatives: What Happened in the 115th Congress?
    David J. Farber
Co-Chair(s)
David J. Farber ~ King & Spalding LLP
Esther Scherb ~ Covington & Burling LLP
Speaker(s)
Kathleen Blake ~ Vice President, Healthcare Quality, American Medical Association
Valda Clark Christian ~ Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer, Office of Corporate Business Integrity, MedStar Health, Inc.
Jodi Daniel ~ Crowell & Moring LLP
Rujul Desai ~ Covington & Burling LLP
Jacob T Elberg ~ Assistant U.S. Attorney, United States Attorney's Office, District of New Jersey
Thomas Gustafson ~ Senior Policy Advisor, Arnold & Porter
Gary A. Heimberg ~ Covington & Burling LLP
Daniel Hettich ~ King & Spalding
Tony Maida ~ McDermott Will & Emery LLP
Paul L Uhrig ~ Chief Administrative, Legal & Privacy Officer, Surescripts
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