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Quarterly Lectures and select sessions from the 2017 IAHA Health Law Symposium are now 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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If you have any questions or issue, please contact Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys directly at  630-433-4516.



PAST RECORDED QUARTERLY LECTURES & SYMPOSIUM SESSIONS

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.


Quarterly Lecture: Quality, Efficiency, and Risk-Based Models: Regulatory and Compliance Update Fall 2018

September 12, 2018

Many regulatory issues affect physician “alignment” strategies – compensation, fair market value, commercial reasonableness, and value-based reimbursement. Our speakers will discuss application of the regulatory framework to physician alignment under new quality, efficiency, and risk-based models.

Speakers
Lisa Han – Partner, Jones Day
Bobby Stamper
– Manager, Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting

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Cost
Members - Complimentary
Non-members: $50


Quarterly Lecture: Diversity & Inclusion in the Law Office: 25 Tips in 60 Minutes

June 14, 2018

Mariel Piilola, JD set a baseline understanding of diversity and inclusion and then move through a rapid fire presentation of the obstacles to inclusion, defining unconscious bias and micro-inequities, and how to overcome them in your policies, procedures, recruiting and retention. This presentation was full of ideas and resources that can be used by those just starting initiatives in their organization or those looking for new inspiration.

Speaker
Mariel Piilola, JD - Director of Administration, Larkin Hoffman

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Cost
Members - Complimentary
Non-members: $50


Quarterly Lecture: Trends in Alternative Payment Models and Provider Alignment Options: Insights for Post-Acute Providers

March 22, 2018

Incorporating post-acute providers into an ACO can improve quality and control cost. Some experts say it’s essential. But integration also poses business, legal and health care challenges. Our panel of experts will discuss the importance of post-acute care to the success of ACOs and examine some of the strategic and legal issues.

Speakers:
Thomas M. Donlon, Principal and Healthcare Practice Leader, The Terry Group
Garrett Jackson, Associate, Polsinelli
Jason Lundy, Shareholder, Polsinelli

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Cost
Members: Complimentary 
Non-members: $50


2017 Annual Health Law Symposium Session Recording: Embracing Diversity and Inclusion & Improving the Practice of Health Law
November 2, 2017

Health lawyers are surrounded by change and complexity: a constantly changing regulatory environment, rapid advances in health care, and the shifting strategic landscape. But our workplaces are often bastions of inertia and homogeneity – law is one of the least diverse and inclusive of all professions. Heeding the recent call to action by the IAHA Board, we are pleased to present two national experts to discuss why diversity and inclusion are critical to the practice of health law and how individuals and organizations can start or strengthen efforts to foster diversity and inclusion in their workplaces.


Speakers:

Sharon Jones, Jones Diversity, Inc.
Joseph West, Duane Morris LLP

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Cost
Members: Complimentary 
Non-members: $50
 


2017 Annual Health Law Symposium Session Recording: Healthcare Attorneys and Privacy: Understanding your obligations and professional responsibility, including email and electronic communications 

(Ethics Credit) 

November 2, 2017

The Model Rules of Professional Conduct changed in the last few years to take a more proactive approach to privacy obligations for lawyers, especially when it comes to the use of technology and client representation. All states have adopted changes to Rule 1.1 and more than half the jurisdictions (including Illinois) have adopted Comment 8 to Rule 1.1, which addresses an ethical duty of technology competence. Rule 1.6(e) also changed and comments in many jurisdictions (including Illinois) were added to address confidentiality concerns. Recently, the American Bar Association issued Opinion 477, dealing with Rules 1.1 and 1.6(e) and confidentiality of email communications with clients. In addition to the ABA and other rule changes for lawyers, organizations such as the Association of Corporate Counsel have issued guidelines for clients to consider when dealing with law firms.

 

Please join Daniel Cotter and David Gilmartin as they provide an overview of the relevant rules of professional conduct and the changes that have recently been implemented to address the intersection of technology and effective representation. They will apply the rules to areas including use of the cloud, encryption of emails, use of public Wi-Fi, and other applications. The session will leave the participants with a better understanding of the importance of understanding the technologies lawyers are utilizing and taking preventive measures to minimize their exposures to ransomware attacks and hacking, as well as some measures healthcare lawyers can take to help minimize their organizations’ and clients’ exposures.


Speakers:

Daniel Cotter, Butler Rubin Saltarelli & Boyd LLP
David Gilmartin, The Joint Commission

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Cost
Members: Complimentary 
Non-members: $50

 


Quarterly Lecture: Self-Disclosure Assessment in the Era of the 60 Day Rule:  No Good Deed Goes Unpunished?

December 7, 2017

The issue is no longer whether or why a health care organization should conduct an internal audit.  Rather, the issues are when and how to conduct an audit and what to do with the audit results.  At the December 7 Quarterly Lecture, Sanford Teplitzky of Baker Donelson will focus on:

  • When do you audit?
  • How much do you audit?
  • Who decides how much is enough?
  • What is an "overpayment?"
  • How to resolve the tough decisions regarding repayment or voluntary disclosure.

Sanford Teplitzky is a shareholder in the Baltimore office of Baker Donelson.  His practice focuses primarily on fraud and abuse issues. He has extensive experience in the development and implementation of corporate compliance programs; internal reviews and investigations; due diligence reviews for acquiring and acquired entities; voluntary disclosures; and federal and state governmental investigations arising from False Claims Act whistleblower actions.  Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Teplitzky served as an attorney for the Office of the General Counsel of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, where he provided legal advice to the Health Care Financing Administration on fraud and abuse, reimbursement and other regulatory issues under the Medicare and Medicaid programs.

Speaker:
Sanford Teplitzky, Shareholder, Baker Donelson 

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Cost
Members: Complimentary 
Non-members: $50


Quarterly Lecture: What's New in Illinois? A Roundup of 2017 Legislation & Regulation Affecting Health Care in Illinois

October 18, 2017

While everyone has been focused on the drama in Washington, the Illinois legislature and administration have been busy enacting legislation and adopting regulations impacting health care professionals, providers, pharma, life science companies and others involved in health care. As of August 22, Governor Bruce Rauner has taken action on over 240 bills from the spring legislative session – and many more await action by the Governor. So far, there are 10 vetoes or amendatory vetoes. Find out what’s new and how it may affect your clients. 

 

Speakers:
Robert John Kane, Assistant Vice President and Legal Counsel, Illinois State Medical Society and ISMIE Mutual Insurance Company
Mark Deaton, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Illinois Health and Hospital Association 


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Cost
Members: Complimentary 
Non-members: $50

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