Long Term Care and the Law
Morgan Katz, MD, MHS
Barbara J. Duffy (Moderator)
About the Program
This year's conference promises to be an exciting and informative meeting where some of the leading in-house and outside lawyers, compliance officers, consultants, and other advisors for the long term care industry will be presenting on legal, compliance, and operational issues faced by providers. Sessions will focus on cutting edge issues that are front and center within the post-acute continuum. Sessions are geared towards nursing facility, assisted living, and home health audiences. AHLA programs are distinguished by the expertise as well as the range of perspectives our faculty offer. The faculty will provide insight and analysis on regulatory changes, operation management, transactions, and compliance.
COVID-19 On-Site Health and Safety Update
AHLA considers the health and safety of all those attending our in-person programs to be our top priority and we are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our participants and staff. Although attendees should recognize that there is risk involved in attending, AHLA has adopted preventative measures to reduce the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus at our in-person programs in accordance with guidance provided by the US Centers for Disease Control, local authorities, and our partnering hotels, including:
- Proof of vaccination required for all attendees prior to the conference
- Mask wearing required for all attendees
- Social distancing
- Personal hygiene and hand sanitization
- Adherence to pathway signage
- Self-monitoring and self-reporting
More detailed information about steps AHLA is taking can be found in our Duty of Care. Please check back for updates on requirements and on-site processes.
- February 23-25, 2022 - Save the date for Long Term Care and the Law 2022!
- Registration Information is now available and registration is open!
AHLA considers the health and safety of all those attending our in-person programs to be our top priority and we are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our participants and staff.
Our educational content is ranked number one, as the most valued benefit of attending an AHLA program. Sessions covering beginner to advanced, including ethics, will offer you the opportunity to obtain your CLE, CPE, and CCB credits from AHLA.
Not a member? AHLA is your essential health law resource—now is your chance to take advantage of everything AHLA has to offer. And, when you join AHLA during the registration process, you can save up to $275 on your registration fee!
Thank You to Our Long Term Care and the Law Sponsors
If your organization is interested in sponsoring AHLA's Long Term Care and the Law program, please contact Valerie Eshleman.