The Resource 25th annual Health Law Institute

25th annual Health Law Institute

Label
25th annual Health Law Institute
Title
25th annual Health Law Institute
Title variation
  • Twenty-fifth annual Health Law Institute
  • Health Law Institute, 25th annual
  • Annual Health Law Institute, 25th
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
PQD
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • forms
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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2019
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Health Law Institute
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Pennsylvania Bar Institute
Series statement
PBI
Series volume
no. 2019-10501
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  • Medical laws and legislation
  • Medical care
  • Medical care
  • Medical laws and legislation
  • Pennsylvania
Label
25th annual Health Law Institute
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Pamela Coyle Brecht, Gregory David, Matthew J. D. Hogan
  • Value-based payment programs: Today's business, regulatory and occupational landscape
  • Andrea M. Kahn-Kothmann, Christopher Raphaely, Brad M. Rostolsky, Katherine Schneider
  • Amazon, telemedicine and digital health disruption
  • John M. Harris, Rene Quashie, Kaitlin M. Rosenthal, Dale C. Van Demark
  • Physicians end running the plans / Alice G. Gosfield
  • High noon - Is the legalization of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania heading for a showdown with federal law?
  • Charles J. Chulack III
  • Ethical considerations in organizing the compliance function
  • Sonya F. Lawrence, Mark A. Wachlin
  • The health law year in review
  • Romancing the deal: The art of the term sheet and letter of intent
  • David A. De Simone, John R. Washlick
  • Community health choices: Using managed care to deliver medicaid-funded long-term services and supports (LTSS) in Pennsylvania
  • Laval S. Miller-Wilson, Ann G. Terregrossa
  • Choosing the best financing option for your health care facilities
  • John Brodsky, Kevin Connell, Kevin R. Cunningham
  • Research compliance overview
  • F. Lisa Murtha, Debbie Troklus
  • Working with hospital leadership: Who is the client?
  • Robin Locke Nagele, Stephanie C. Sher
  • Physician year in review
  • Patients first? Will courts continue "Quick-look" or slow down and apply the rule of reason when evaluating No-Poach agreements in the health sector?
  • Deborah A. Datte, Robyn R. English-Mezzino, Jan P. Levine, Melissa Hatch O'Donnell, A. Christopher Young
  • Searching for adverse events: Big data and beyond
  • Barry R. Furrow
  • Obtaining and maintaining medicare billing privileges
  • Daniel F. Shay
  • Employer sponsored wellness programs and HIPAA
  • Ron Bell, Eleanor (Miki) A. Kolton
  • Damned if you do, damned if you don't: Out of network Billing hazards from fee forgiveness suits to surprise billing restrictions
  • Mark H. Gallant
  • Charles I. Artz
  • One call away: Healthcare Telephone Consumer Protection Act Class Actions (2018 Update)
  • Jeffrey N. Rosenthal, Matthew P. Rubba
  • "Hot" topics for medical staff leaders and the counsel who advise them
  • Barbara A. Blackmond
  • Risky business - Compromised emails
  • Darin Bielby, Eric A. Packel, Lauren Winchester
  • PA Department of Health - 2018 update
  • Jaime D. Black, Jonathan D. Koltash, Douglas A. Snyder
  • Medicaid managed care: Past, present, and future
  • Robert A. Chu, Gregory M. Fliszar
  • Health law year in review - A hospital perspective
  • Boilerplate provisions in healthcare transactions and other healthcare commercial contracts
  • Pamela E. Hepp, Stephanie Winer Schreiber
  • Strengthening compliance to avoid management's liability for opioid diversion
  • Stephen Stigall
  • Shut off the faucet and stop mopping the floor: Sorting out the healthcare mess
  • David B. Nash
  • Going to school on population health management
  • A conversation about population health
  • A perspective on population health and the future direction of healthcare
  • The challenge of population health management
  • Barbara A. Blackmond
  • David R. Nash advocates better outcomers and lower costs through population health
  • Using technology to map out a population health strategy
  • Thinking straight about mental health coverage
  • Richard L. Hendrickson, Sandra L. Ykema
  • HIPAA privacy and security enforcement
  • Charles I. Artz, John Mayernick
  • Ddiligencence in health care transactions: Looking under the hood to avoid expensive compliance disasters
  • Elizabeth M. Hein, John N. Joseph
  • Ethical issues that arise in healthcare transactions
  • Harriet Franklin
  • Health law year in review: Reimbursement and payment issues
  • Rethinking hospitphysicianian exclusive agreements in an evolving health care system
  • Henry M. Casale
  • The prosecution and defense of a health care license action in Pennsylvania / Davidvid R. Dearden, Bridget Guilfoyleyle
  • New developments in the opioid epidemic
  • Douglas L. Moak, Richard Snyderder
  • The European union's general data protection regulation: Its impact on U.S. healthcare and what you need to know
  • Jordan L. Fischer, Rebecca L. Rakoski
  • What's good for GM...? An examination of direct contracting between employers and health care providers
  • Jody L. Ferris, Alisa Gifford, Paige A. Haughton, Edward I. Leeds
  • Tax reform, reaction and reinterpretation: A 2018-19 tax update for healthcare lawyers
  • Robert Ramsey
  • Daniel J. Hennessey
  • False Claims Act Update
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
2 volumes (various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, forms
System control number
(OCoLC)1099179761
Label
25th annual Health Law Institute
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Pamela Coyle Brecht, Gregory David, Matthew J. D. Hogan
  • Value-based payment programs: Today's business, regulatory and occupational landscape
  • Andrea M. Kahn-Kothmann, Christopher Raphaely, Brad M. Rostolsky, Katherine Schneider
  • Amazon, telemedicine and digital health disruption
  • John M. Harris, Rene Quashie, Kaitlin M. Rosenthal, Dale C. Van Demark
  • Physicians end running the plans / Alice G. Gosfield
  • High noon - Is the legalization of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania heading for a showdown with federal law?
  • Charles J. Chulack III
  • Ethical considerations in organizing the compliance function
  • Sonya F. Lawrence, Mark A. Wachlin
  • The health law year in review
  • Romancing the deal: The art of the term sheet and letter of intent
  • David A. De Simone, John R. Washlick
  • Community health choices: Using managed care to deliver medicaid-funded long-term services and supports (LTSS) in Pennsylvania
  • Laval S. Miller-Wilson, Ann G. Terregrossa
  • Choosing the best financing option for your health care facilities
  • John Brodsky, Kevin Connell, Kevin R. Cunningham
  • Research compliance overview
  • F. Lisa Murtha, Debbie Troklus
  • Working with hospital leadership: Who is the client?
  • Robin Locke Nagele, Stephanie C. Sher
  • Physician year in review
  • Patients first? Will courts continue "Quick-look" or slow down and apply the rule of reason when evaluating No-Poach agreements in the health sector?
  • Deborah A. Datte, Robyn R. English-Mezzino, Jan P. Levine, Melissa Hatch O'Donnell, A. Christopher Young
  • Searching for adverse events: Big data and beyond
  • Barry R. Furrow
  • Obtaining and maintaining medicare billing privileges
  • Daniel F. Shay
  • Employer sponsored wellness programs and HIPAA
  • Ron Bell, Eleanor (Miki) A. Kolton
  • Damned if you do, damned if you don't: Out of network Billing hazards from fee forgiveness suits to surprise billing restrictions
  • Mark H. Gallant
  • Charles I. Artz
  • One call away: Healthcare Telephone Consumer Protection Act Class Actions (2018 Update)
  • Jeffrey N. Rosenthal, Matthew P. Rubba
  • "Hot" topics for medical staff leaders and the counsel who advise them
  • Barbara A. Blackmond
  • Risky business - Compromised emails
  • Darin Bielby, Eric A. Packel, Lauren Winchester
  • PA Department of Health - 2018 update
  • Jaime D. Black, Jonathan D. Koltash, Douglas A. Snyder
  • Medicaid managed care: Past, present, and future
  • Robert A. Chu, Gregory M. Fliszar
  • Health law year in review - A hospital perspective
  • Boilerplate provisions in healthcare transactions and other healthcare commercial contracts
  • Pamela E. Hepp, Stephanie Winer Schreiber
  • Strengthening compliance to avoid management's liability for opioid diversion
  • Stephen Stigall
  • Shut off the faucet and stop mopping the floor: Sorting out the healthcare mess
  • David B. Nash
  • Going to school on population health management
  • A conversation about population health
  • A perspective on population health and the future direction of healthcare
  • The challenge of population health management
  • Barbara A. Blackmond
  • David R. Nash advocates better outcomers and lower costs through population health
  • Using technology to map out a population health strategy
  • Thinking straight about mental health coverage
  • Richard L. Hendrickson, Sandra L. Ykema
  • HIPAA privacy and security enforcement
  • Charles I. Artz, John Mayernick
  • Ddiligencence in health care transactions: Looking under the hood to avoid expensive compliance disasters
  • Elizabeth M. Hein, John N. Joseph
  • Ethical issues that arise in healthcare transactions
  • Harriet Franklin
  • Health law year in review: Reimbursement and payment issues
  • Rethinking hospitphysicianian exclusive agreements in an evolving health care system
  • Henry M. Casale
  • The prosecution and defense of a health care license action in Pennsylvania / Davidvid R. Dearden, Bridget Guilfoyleyle
  • New developments in the opioid epidemic
  • Douglas L. Moak, Richard Snyderder
  • The European union's general data protection regulation: Its impact on U.S. healthcare and what you need to know
  • Jordan L. Fischer, Rebecca L. Rakoski
  • What's good for GM...? An examination of direct contracting between employers and health care providers
  • Jody L. Ferris, Alisa Gifford, Paige A. Haughton, Edward I. Leeds
  • Tax reform, reaction and reinterpretation: A 2018-19 tax update for healthcare lawyers
  • Robert Ramsey
  • Daniel J. Hennessey
  • False Claims Act Update
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
2 volumes (various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, forms
System control number
(OCoLC)1099179761

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