Virtual EMI 2020 continues this Thur, 4/9 with, "Boots on the Ground – Practical Legal Approaches to Integrating Community and Facility COVID-19 Response." The Health Law Section will be featuring CLE webinars each Friday through April 24! Each of the CLE sessions are cutting edge programs developed by the planning committee of our Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law Conference. In addition, the Section is offering 2 Bonus Free CLE webinars on relevant COVID-19 topics, among other exclusive programming.
Virtual EMI 2020 includes:
- 4/9: A 1-hour free CLE webinar, "Boots on the Ground – Practical Legal Approaches to Integrating Community and Facility COVID-19 Response," featuring Melissa L. Markey of Hall Render and Ramana Rameswaran of Katten. C. Joyce Hall of Watkins and Eager will moderate. Register now!
- 4/10: A 75-min CLE webinar, "Transforming Primary Care Through CMS's Primary Cares Initiative," featuring Bobby Stamper, MBA, CVA, of Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting. Register now!
- 4/17: A 75-min CLE webinar, "Whose Data is it Anyway? Privacy, Patient Engagement, HIPAA and Beyond," featuring Heather B. Deixler of Latham & Watkins and Shannon B. Hartsfield of Holland & Knight LLP. Contact Simeon Carson (email@example.com) to be notified when registration is open.
- 4/24: A 75-min CLE webinar, "What If EHR Meaningful Use Certifications Were Misleading?: False Claims Act Rising," featuring Jessica Colarusso of BRG, Sarah Frazier of Law Office of Sarah Frazier PLLC and Karen Mulroe of Greenway Health. Register now!
- Free Bonus Programming
Now available on the Section's mobile app, see below the signature for detailed instructions.
> "EMI Virtual Townhall," featuring Section Chair John H. McEniry, IV who will deliver HLS's State of the Section. Learn the latest about the important work of the Section.
> "Texas v. United States and the Future of the Affordable Care," presented by Past Section Chair, Andrew Demetriou of Lamb & Kawakami, LLP, and BRG.
- On-Demand CLE
> “COVID-19: Considerations for Healthcare Facilities Responding to the Pandemic”
> "How In-House Counsel and MLPs Can Work Together to Treat Opioid Patients”
> "More Data, Please: Privacy Challenges of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care”
> "Recurring Problems in Physicians Compensation and How to Resolve Them”
Please note that our webinars are a mix of free and paid CLE webinars. Paid webinars are only $75 for HLS members. Webinar attendance for government, academic, and student members is always complimentary.
Thank you for your membership and commitment to the HLS. If you have any questions about our future programs, please contact our Section Director, Simeon Carson (firstname.lastname@example.org)