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2024 Health Law eConference

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2024 Health Law eConference
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UT Law CLE's 35th Annual Health Law Conference brings together leading in-house attorneys from major hospitals and medical institutions, government officials, as well as legal and financial advisors representing hospitals, healthcare providers, and physicians. The conference provides practical and detailed coverage of updates, current issues, and key strategies and opportunities facing members of the healthcare community.

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 11.00 | 0.50 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA, PA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 5/31/2025

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1. Significant Federal and State Policy Disruptors: Impacts on the Private Healthcare Marketplace (Jun 2024)

Michelle "Missy" Apodaca, Freddy Warner, Katherine Yoder

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Session 1 —48 mins
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Significant Federal and State Policy Disruptors: Impacts on the Private Healthcare Marketplace (Jun 2024)

Hospitals and Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) have been under increased scrutiny from policymakers in Austin and Washington for their perceived role in rising healthcare costs and lack of transparency. Policymakers are debating legislation that could have a significant impact on the private healthcare marketplace. Discuss current federal and state regulatory and legislative proposals related to the hospital and PBM industry sectors including enhanced price transparency, government price controls, limitations on rebates, and the elimination of site-neutral payments. 

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

Michelle "Missy" Apodaca, Apodaca Advocacy Group, LLC - Austin, TX
Freddy Warner, Memorial Hermann Health System - Houston, TX
Katherine Yoder, Parkland Health and Hospital System - Dallas, TX

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2. Managed Care Payment Issues and Litigation Update (Jun 2024)

Mackenzie Wallace, Jeff Wurzburg

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Managed Care Payment Issues and Litigation Update (Jun 2024)

An overview of trends, practices, and tips across roles in disputes between physicians/health systems and payers, particularly in navigating the provider/hospital services agreements. This presentation includes highlighted opportunities for improved positioning when resolving such disputes.  

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

Mackenzie Wallace, Thompson Coburn LLP - Dallas, TX
Jeff Wurzburg, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP - San Antonio, TX

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3. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Cybersecurity (Jun 2024)

William A. Phillips Jr., Serina Rivela

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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Cybersecurity (Jun 2024)

Cybersecurity continues to presents itself as a significant obstacle for the health care industry, both in terms of compliance and operational aspects. To combat this constantly evolving threat, it is imperative to establish a robust cybersecurity program that encompasses prevention, detection, and mitigation strategies. Delve into the legal considerations and optimal approaches for implementing internal controls and best practices, thereby safeguarding your organization against potential data breaches.

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

William A. Phillips Jr., University Health - San Antonio, TX
Serina Rivela, University Health - San Antonio, TX

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4. Workplace Safety and Violence Prevention: A Changing Reality, Both Operationally and Legally (Jun 2024)

Jacqueline Brock, Brad Nitschke

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Workplace Safety and Violence Prevention: A Changing Reality, Both Operationally and Legally (Jun 2024)

Discuss two public health systems’ efforts to fight the rise in workplace violence, address challenging patient behaviors, and create a safe workplace for nurses and other healthcare workers. 

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

Jacqueline Brock, Harris Health System - Houston, TX
Brad Nitschke, Parkland Health & Hospital System - Dallas, TX

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5. Employment Law Considerations for Health Care Transactions (Jun 2024)

Marissa Marquez, Linda C. Schoonmaker

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Employment Law Considerations for Health Care Transactions (Jun 2024)

First the basics, then the details. What you need to know about employment law before you do a health care transaction.

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

Marissa Marquez, Houston Methodist Hospital - Houston, TX
Linda C. Schoonmaker, Seyfarth Shaw LLP - Houston, TX

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6. Trends and Innovations in Managed Care and Healthcare Delivery (Jun 2024)

Sheryl T. Dacso, Anna G. Taranova

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Trends and Innovations in Managed Care and Healthcare Delivery (Jun 2024)

The regulatory changes, COVID-19 impact, and the ever-increasing complexity of the cost landscape drive innovative approaches to healthcare. Discuss trends and strategies in hospital and ambulatory care to improve patient outcomes and provide high-value solutions with an emphasis on care coordination and patient satisfaction.

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

Sheryl T. Dacso, Greenberg Traurig, LLP - Houston, TX
Anna G. Taranova, University Health - San Antonio, TX

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7. Healthcare Transactions: How to Ensure Compliance and Successfully Complete the Deal! (Jun 2024)

M. Ramana Rameswaran, Jonathan A. Porter, Nancy Weisling

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Healthcare Transactions: How to Ensure Compliance and Successfully Complete the Deal! (Jun 2024)

Modern healthcare transactions are complex and increasingly involving more parties and more issues than other transactions. Discuss real world issues regarding transactions, addressing compliance concerns, and pitfalls to watch for.

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

M. Ramana Rameswaran, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP - Washington, DC
Jonathan A. Porter, Husch Blackwell LLP - Washington, DC
Nancy Weisling, The Braff Group - Chicago, IL

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8. Where Have all the Medical Staff Gone, Why Are They Going, and What Are the Effects of a Decreased Force?  (Jun 2024)

Kathy L. Poppitt, Hilary H. Young

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Where Have all the Medical Staff Gone, Why Are They Going, and What Are the Effects of a Decreased Force?  (Jun 2024)

Hospitals, urgent care facilities, clinics, and imaging centers are all experiencing staffing issues. This staffing crisis significantly affects patient care, workplace satisfaction, and the bottom line of providers. Discuss the various reasons for the shortage, its real effects, and what providers should be doing in response.

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

Kathy L. Poppitt, King & Spalding - Austin, TX
Hilary H. Young, Joy & Young LLP - Austin, TX

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9. Enforcement Trends Across the Healthcare Industry (Jun 2024)

James Gillingham, Wilson G. Jones, B. Scott McBride

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Enforcement Trends Across the Healthcare Industry (Jun 2024)

The federal government and various states continue to investigate and litigate healthcare fraud cases across all sectors of the industry. Hear an overview of the latest trends in enforcement, including insight from a leading government attorney, and learn what the new theories and trends mean for 2024 and beyond.

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

James Gillingham, U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Texas - Tyler, TX
Wilson G. Jones, Bracewell LLP - Dallas, TX
B. Scott McBride, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP - Houston, TX

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10. Legal and Operational Challenges for Providers: Two Years after Dobbs (Jun 2024)

Adam H. Laughton, Judy Levison

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Legal and Operational Challenges for Providers: Two Years after Dobbs (Jun 2024)

This presentation describes and addresses the many challenges facing reproductive health providers in the almost two years since the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision. The speakers discuss various developments around reproductive health care, with a particular focus on operational challenges and hurdles for physicians and providers.

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

Adam H. Laughton, Greenberg Traurig, LLP - Houston, TX
Judy Levison, Houston, TX

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11. Navigating the Waters of Digital Health: Structuring and Operational Considerations (Jun 2024)

Jennifer L. Rangel, Lisa M. Frenkel, Elizabeth Rogers

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Navigating the Waters of Digital Health: Structuring and Operational Considerations (Jun 2024)

Hear a discussion of advanced case study and legal risks and considerations when structuring and operationalizing various types of digital healthcare arrangements such as telehealth and/or remote patient monitoring. Consider state and federal regulatory requirements such as HIPAA, state privacy and security laws, licensing requirements, corporate practice of medicine prohibitions, and data ownership, data sharing and cybersecurity risks.

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

Jennifer L. Rangel, Holland & Knight LLP - Austin, TX
Lisa M. Frenkel, Children's Health - Dallas, TX
Elizabeth Rogers, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP - Austin, TX

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12. Operational Impact of Significant Cases (Jun 2024)

Yvonne K. Puig

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Operational Impact of Significant Cases (Jun 2024)

Take an in‐depth look at the key legal developments and significant cases affecting healthcare operations, including credentialing and liability issues, which impact health systems and other providers. The written materials represent a comprehensive annual survey of noteworthy cases from around the country.

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

Yvonne K. Puig, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP - Austin, TX

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13. Hospital Operational Opportunities and Challenges  (Jun 2024)

Trent Krienke, Daphne Walker, Kenya S. Woodruff

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Hospital Operational Opportunities and Challenges  (Jun 2024)

Hospitals are at the intersection of the nation’s political, social, and health policy. While navigating that reality, they still must meet their core responsibilities as providers and employers. Explore the opportunities and challenges that hospitals face due to these current conditions. 

Originally presented: Apr 2024 Health Law Conference

Trent Krienke, Reed, Claymon, Meeker, Krienke & Spurck, PLLC - Austin, TX
Daphne Walker, JPS Health Network - Ft. Worth, TX
Kenya S. Woodruff, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP - Dallas, TX