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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In this month's Fast Break, Tesch Leigh West and Michelle M. Arra will join us for a discussion on the growing importance of risk adjustment in various health insurance programs and novel government theories of liability associated with risk adjustment reporting.
In this month’s Fast Break, we will be joined by Mark Krotoski and Katie McDermott to discuss these cybersecurity initiatives and how they relate to whistleblowers, the role of the False Claims Act, and what healthcare organizations can do now to mitigate risks as enforcement and litigation ramp up in 2022.
Over the course of the last year, our Fast Break series has tackled a wide variety of topics and we’re excited to wrap everything up in a bow with our last installment of the year.
For our next installment of Fast Break, Terrence Burek, Senior Counsel, Neurology & Immunology at EMD Serono and Morgan Lewis partner Scott Memmott will join us to discuss compliance topics regarding healthcare professional relationships with pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers.
In this edition of Fast Break, Dan Kadish, a leader on Morgan Lewis's COVID-19 vaccine task force, will join us to discuss notable takeaways from the evolving legal guidance on vaccine mandates, vaccine booster updates, and practical tips and recommendations for companies considering whether or how to require vaccination of healthcare workers.
In this edition of Fast Break, we are delighted to have Director of Policy and External Affairs at the Center for Telehealth and eHealth Law (CTeL) Ben Steinhafel join us to explore the contours of the proposed rule as well as where CMS may go from here.
In this month's installment of Fast Break, partners Katie McDermott and Howard Young will analyze the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit's recently affirmed $114 million judgment in United States v. Mallory, a protracted suit filed under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act (FCA) against the owner of a specialty clinical laboratory and the individuals who led its sales operation.
Over a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, interest in digital health technologies has continued to increase, particularly for those technologies that have helped facilitate remote monitoring, telehealth, and other services intended to support COVID-19 efforts. In addition, FDA’s regulatory policies for digital health have continued to evolve.
For our next Fast Break, Daniel Kadish, one of the leaders of Morgan Lewis's COVID-19 compliance and counseling team, will join us to discuss practical approaches to these workforce challenges, legal considerations under US law, and issues for healthcare providers to monitor as the vaccine rollout continues.
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.