Join Us For The 2021 Health Law Section Annual CLE Program

Internal investigations have become larger and more complex, particularly in the health care industry, which presents unique risks of legal and regulatory pitfalls. The NCBA Health Law Section’s annual CLE program will include a presentation by Pearlynn Houck and Jonathan Krisko, who will discuss best practices in conducting health care-related internal investigations and the range of issues that may arise including privilege, document retention and preservation, confidentiality, employment-related complexities, and additional issues brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.

In an industry that is always evolving, one constant remains: a robust compliance program is the best medicine for protecting against serious regulatory risks and promoting ethical behavior. Ross Burris, Neal Fowler, and Ted Lotchin will engage in a panel discussion regarding the best practices for implementing an effective compliance program and review recent guidance from the Department of Justice and the Office of Inspector General. Join the discussion on strategies for developing, implementing, and improving corporate compliance initiatives.

Please join your health law colleagues around the state for our annual CLE program, Friday, April 23, 2021, which includes these discussions about managing health care internal investigations and best practices for effective compliance programs, as well as presentations involving changes to the federal Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute, telehealth opportunities, and health care policy developments.  This year’s program – “The New Normal Is That Nothing Is Normal” – will be entirely virtual, so you can join us from your office, home, or anywhere with Wi-Fi! You can receive 6 total CLE credits, including 1.0 hour of Technology Training. Register for the CLE here.