Our Fast Break series features monthly healthcare-focused webinars. These 45-minute webinars explore important developments, trends, and hot topics in the healthcare industry in an easy-to-digest format.
Hosted by Jake Harper, each program is joined by an industry topic leader to cover a wide range of topics geared toward lawyers and specialists who handle healthcare-related matters.
In this month’s installment of Fast Break, partner Scott McBride and Krista Barnes, Deputy Chief Compliance Officer at MD Anderson, will analyze the significant decision in the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit for The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Powerfully illustrating the efforts of the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to transform the US healthcare system to a value-based model, the Office of the Inspector General and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) finalized rules that will alter critical healthcare fraud and abuse regulations to remove or diminish obstacles to value-based enterprises that meaningfully embrace patient care coordination.
Last year brought turbulence and uncertainty across the healthcare industry. As we look to the future of healthcare transactions, there are a number of market trends to consider. Please join us for our next Fast Break webinar, where we will discuss healthcare M&A hot topics, including COVID-19’s impact on the healthcare M&A market.
In our next Fast Break, we’ll touch on all the important issues that happened in 2020.
Join us for our next Fast Break as we explore the latest DOJ actions related to telehealth and how they can impact various types of healthcare providers.
For our next Fast Break, we are delighted to have Aileen Berquist, the External Affairs Coordinator at the Center for Telehealth and eHealth Law (CTeL), join us.
Join us for our next Fast Break webinar, where we will discuss current enforcement trends as well as strategies for managing fraud and abuse risks related to the pandemic.
Join us for our next Fast Break session as we discuss the current risks to global healthcare privacy and how to juggle these competing interests.
Join us for our next Fast Break session as we discuss the legal effects of federal guidance and state executive orders regarding the provision of elective procedures and surgeries during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Interest in digital health technologies has continued to increase, particularly for those technologies that can facilitate remote monitoring, telehealth, and other services intended to support COVID-19 efforts. Join us for this month’s joint Fast Break and May-rathon webinar as we discuss these trends in digital health.