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Quarterly Lectures are available for on-line replay for MCLE credit
and it's free for members!

The IAHA Quarterly Lectures provide a high-level detailed exploration of
a current health law topic. 
 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
All Quarterly Lectures are approved for 1.25 hours of Illinois Continuing Legal Education.  Recorded webinars are approved for one year.

All recorded sessions are approved for 1.00 hours of Illinois Continuing Legal Education.  Recorded lectures are approved for one year.


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NOTE:   To receive credit, you must take the evaluation at the end of the webinar. The evaluation will pop-up after the webinar has finished. Once you complete the webinar, your Illinois Certificate of Attendance will be emailed to you.

 


RESPONDING TO PANDEMICS: Legal and Clinical Issues

March 26, 2020 

With increasing numbers of cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) globally and in the United States, on January 31st Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar declared a national public health emergency. The emergency declaration of the HHS authorizes additional resources, enhanced federal powers, inter-jurisdictional coordination, and waivers of specific regulations. During crises, government has a special responsibility to thoughtfully balance public health protections and civil liberties.

This special lecture, co-hosted by the Illinois Health and Hospital Association, will bring together the perspectives of public health officials, lawyers, clinicians and academics to discuss questions such as:

  • How do public health systems around the globe and in the United States detect and respond to threats of pandemic disease?
  • What laws and regulations are applicable in a pandemic disease outbreak?
  • What laws and regulations must employers, including healthcare facilities, be aware of as they prepare their business contingency plans?
  • What rights do people infected with pandemic diseases have in regard to their privacy and treatment?

Speakers:
Dr. Allison Arwady, MD, MPH
Julia Dimoff, JD, MSW
Stephen Murphy, JD
Dr. David Slade, MD, JD

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Cost: Complimentary for members; $50 for nonmembers

 


2019 Health Law Survey: An Overview of Recent Changes in Health Law

December 12, 2019

This presentation highlights the changes in Illinois Health Law, which have occurred over the past year through statute, regulation or court decision derived from the 2019 Health Law Survey.

 

Speakers:

Karen Harris, Illinois Health and Hospital Association

Robert Kane, Illinois State Medical Society 

Nicole Scott, ISMIE Mutual Insurance Company

 

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Cost: Complimentary for members; $50 for nonmembers

 


Mobile Health Apps and Other Health Software - What does the FDA Regulate? What Does it Not?

September 19, 2019

Mobile health apps and other health software play an important role in U.S. healthcare.  Healthcare professionals and medical institutions routinely use such technology in healthcare delivery.  Patients and other individuals increasingly use such products to manage their own medical conditions and wellness. 

This session will focus on the following questions, using hypotheticals to discuss key answers and bringing together the perspectives of law firm, industry and provider representatives:

• Under FDA law and policy, what types of mobile health apps and other health software does FDA actively regulate as a medical device?  What types does it not?

• What is the difference between an unregulated health “wellness” product claim and an FDA-regulated “medical device” claim?

• What FDA requirements apply to such products when regulated?

• Are healthcare professionals and medical institutions subject to FDA regulation if they create or modify such products?

 • What other legal issues arise from development and use of such products?

 

Speakers:

Neil O'Flaherty, Amin Talati Wasserman LLP

Ann Ford, Hall, Prangle & Schoonveld

Reagan Atwood, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago

 

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Cost
Members - Complimentary
Non-members - $50

 


Keeping the Barbarians Away from the Gates

June 27, 2019

 

A lawyer's duty to provide competent representation includes understanding the risks and benefits of the technology the lawyer uses in providing services to a client.  This duty includes preventing the inadvertent or unauthorized access to or acquisition of confidential or sensitive client information. Data security is becoming increasingly complex and malware is becomingly increasingly sophisticated and dangerous. This presentation will address a lawyer's duty of technology competence and explain measures that lawyers should consider to meet that duty and protect client information.   

 

Presenters:

Michael Kraft, founder and the General Counsel of Kraft & Kennedy, Inc.,

Steven Puiszis, partner with Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

 

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Cost:

IAHA Members: Complimentary

Non-members: $50

 


 
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