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.
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While Medicare has covered home-based care in various forms for years, the COVID-19 pandemic significantly altered the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS’s) thinking on the types of care that could be available to beneficiaries in their personal residences.
School is back in session! Join us for a crash course in Medicare audits and appeals. With a significant uptick in US government audit activity, it is important to understand what regulators are targeting and your options in the event of an audit. We will explore these issues alongside related appeal and financial considerations.
Join us for the July edition of Fast Break, where partner Amy Magnano will answer these questions through the lens of Washington state’s new My Health My Data (MHMD) legislation. Passed this April, the law is intended to protect the privacy of consumer data not covered by HIPAA.
Join us for this month’s Fast Break, the first of a two-part series on the DEA and controlled substances exploring DEA enforcement activity in healthcare.
Federal, state, and commercial payors are moving away from traditional fee-for-service models while embracing payment arrangements incentivizing lower costs and better quality healthcare. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services continues to promote value-based care methodologies and other payment models to refocus the Medicare landscape from volume to value.
Join us for our next edition of Fast Break, where we discuss clinical trial and personalized medicine developments for 2023 and the US Food and Drug Administration’s response to these matters.
Join us for our first edition of Fast Break in 2023 to explore some of the trends in healthcare we will be tracking this year.
In this third and final installment of our three-part Fast Break series on healthcare data sharing, learn more about the ins and outs of data sharing and data use agreements.
Data in healthcare comes in a variety of categories, including quality, utilization, and pricing, among others. While that data can give organizations a competitive advantage, e.g., in pricing and cost data, it can also create antitrust issues—especially when that data is shared by various market participants.
The importance of healthcare data has grown tremendously in recent years, as payors seek to control costs and providers and other companies use data to coordinate care and provide supplemental marketing efforts—all while patients try to maintain better control over their personal data.