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Avoiding HIPAA Violations: Addressing HIPAA in Its Various Forms
Mon, March 27, 2017
When most people think of HIPAA, the form that a person fills out at the doctor’s office or hospital often comes to mind. HIPAA is... Learn More...
Health Care Law Essentials: Medicare Compliance, Immigration Contracts, HIPPA Security & More
Mon, September 18, 2017
This program will focus on fundamental health care law principles relating to Medicare reimbursement, fraud and abuse (e.g., Stark Law, anti-kickback statute), standards for effective... Learn More...
HIPAA and Health-Related Claims for Employment Litigators
Fri, September 22, 2017
Employment litigators must be able to navigate the privacy and security requirements of HIPAA to effectively litigate health-related employment claims, to properly advise clients, and... Learn More...
HIPAA, Substance Abuse & Sensitivity
Fri, November 10, 2017
Like “universal precautions” (e.g., hand washing, utilizing masks and wearing gloves) that are used in medical settings to guard against the contraction and transmission of... Learn More...
HIPAA Law for Lawyers: A Must-Know Guide to New Compliance Requirements
Tue, March 6, 2018
Far too often, lawyers mistakenly assume that HIPAA Laws are not applicable to them or to their practice of law. HIPAA Law is not confined... Learn More...
Involuntary Commitment: I’ve Heard the Term, but What Is the Process?
Mon, June 11, 2018
CLE Credits: 2 GEN
Fundamentally, involuntary commitment can be thought of as a process that can be initiated when a person poses a risk or danger to themselves or... Learn More...