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  • Webinar
  •  Jun 13 '18, 13:00 EDT
  •  General COA, 1.0 CLE

This webinar will provide background on coverage and reimbursement policy for telehealth in Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial payers.  Our discussion of Medicare coverage and reimbursement will focus on the OIG's Report which found almost $3.7M of improper Medicare payment for telehealth services. 

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  • On-demand
  •  CoA, 1.0 CLE

In the days leading up to Trump’s inauguration in 2017, many in the healthcare industry wondered how the new administration would change the course of the industry. Enforcement actions over the past year have shown that one thing that hasn’t changed during the tumultuous Obama-Trump transition is the government's dedication to combatting healthcare fraud.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.0 General COA, 1.0 CLE

Under the Trump Administration, there has been a significant amount of change, evolution, and speculation about the trajectory of current and proposed regulation. Your business must be prepared to comply in this era of uncertainty while still maintain efficiency in its ability to comply.  How can legal and compliance leaders keep up with ever-changing regulations and quickly yet effectively ensure compliance?

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  • On-demand
  •  COA; 1.0 CLE

In the days leading up to Trump’s inauguration in 2017, many in the healthcare industry wondered whether the Justice Department would lean harder on the False Claims Act to fight contractor fraud, or whether the return of industry-friendly Republicans would mean restraint. Enforcement actions over the past year have shown that one thing that hasn’t changed during the tumultuous Obama-Trump transition is the government's dedication to combatting healthcare fraud.

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  • On-demand
  •  COA, CLE 1.5

In just the first year of the Trump administration, healthcare has faced an avalanche of change—from the proposed “conscience regulation” to tightening False Claims Act (FCA) scrutiny to new Medicaid work requirements.  The disputes arising from the flood of new developments encompass both legal and regulatory challenges—and are being played out in both courts and government agencies.  Ultimately, they may trigger significant shifts in existing healthcare law.

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  • On-demand
  •  COA, 1.5 CLE

In fiscal year (FY) 2016, the Department of Justice (DOJ) recovered $2.5 billion from healthcare fraud cases, marking the seventh consecutive year that healthcare civil fraud recoveries exceeded $2 billion.

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  • On-demand
  •  COA, 1.0 CLE

It has been five years since the first inter partes review proceedings (IPRs) were filed, transforming patent litigation in the United States.  This program will cover what in-house counsel need to know about IPRs for US biotech and pharmaceutical patents.

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  • On-demand
  •  General COA, 1.5 CLE

New technologies are transforming healthcare.  According to a HIMSS Mobile Technology Survey of healthcare provider employees, about 90% say they are using mobile devices to engage patients in their healthcare—and 36% believe app-enabled patient portals are the most effective patient engagement tool.  A Spyglass Consulting Report reveals that an astounding 96% of physicians use text messaging for patient care coordination—and 30% say they’ve received protected health information (PHI) via text.  More

  • On-demand
  •  1.5 CLE, General COA

The healthcare M&A market continues to be among the most active sectors. In 2016, there were 939 healthcare industry deals in the U.S. with an aggregate value of approximately $71.7 billion.  Numerous factors are driving the robust level of activity in the healthcare space, including the soaring growth in digital health, niche drug development, consolidations and other responses to changing regulations and reimbursement trends, and the ballooning elderly population, which catapulted long-term care to the top of list in terms of both deal volume and value in 2016.

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  • On-demand
  •  COA, 1.5 CLE

Donald Trump has vowed to eliminate the Affordable Care Act (ACA)—and the repeal and replace process has begun. The Senate has introduced reconciliation instructions that leave most ACA provisions with a budget impact on the table.  The debate continues to rage. Whatever the outcome--whether an outright repeal or a partial rollback-- significant changes would be triggered in existing health-care law.  How will health-care litigation be affected?  Manatt’s program provides the answer. More

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