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AHLA offers many ways for you to connect with your colleagues and health law leaders through social media. Join a discussion or get the latest health law news and analysis sent right to your smartphone, tablet, or computer by following AHLA on your favorite social media platform:

             

AHLA Official Hashtags

Use our official hashtags to call out groups, subject matter, etc. and we will do the same. We will monitor these hashtags to better engage with our followers and pull relevant posts into various feeds.

Practice Groups and Task Forces

  • #AHLAAMCTH for Academic Medical Centers & Teaching Hospitals
  • #AHLAAntitrust for Antitrust
  • #AHLABLG for Business Law and Governance
  • #AHLAFraudAbuse for Fraud and Abuse
  • #AHLAHCLL for Health Care Liability and Litigation
  • #AHLAHITsters for Health Information and Technology
  • #AHLAHHS for Hospitals and Health Systems
  • #AHLAInHouse for In-House Counsel
  • #AHLALabor for Labor & Employment
  • #AHLALifeSciences for Life Sciences
  • #AHLAMSCPR for Medical Staff, Credentialing, and Peer Review
  • #AHLAPPMC for Payers, Plans, and Managed Care
  • #AHLAPhysOrgs for Physician Organizations
  • #AHLAPALS for Post-Acute and Long Term Services
  • #AHLARAPture for Regulation, Accreditation, and Payment
  • #AHLATax for Tax and Finance
  • #AHLABHTF for Behavioral Health
  • #ALHAERM for Enterprise Risk Management

Programs

  • #AHLAAMCTHXX for Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals Institute
  • #AHLAPhysHospXX for Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute
  • #AHLALTCXX for Long Term Care and the Law
  • #AHLAArbitrationXX for Health Care Arbitration Training
  • #AHLAMedicareMedicaidXX for Institute on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues
  • #HealthLawWeek for Health Law Week
  • #AHLATransactionsXX for Health Care Transactions
  • #AHLAInHouseXX for In-House Counsel Program
  • #AHLAannualXX for Annual Meeting
  • #AHLAFraudCompXX for Fraud & Compliance Forum
  • #AHLATaxIssuesXX for Tax Issues For Health Care Organizations
  • #AHLAHeathPlanXX for Institute for Health Plan Counsel
  • #AHLAFundamentalsXX for Fundamentals of Health Law

Note: XX designates the year

Topical 

  • #antitrust for Antitrust
  • #disputeresolution for Dispute Resolution
  • #fraudandabuse for Fraud and Abuse
  • #governance for Governance
  • #govtreimbursement for Government Reimbursement
  • #healthadmin for Health Administration and Policy
  • #deliverymodels for Health Care Delivery Models
  • #transactions for Health Care Finance and Transactions
  • #healthinformation for Health Information
  • #healthinsurance for Health Insurance
  • #labor for Labor and Employment
  • #lifesciences for Life Sciences
  • #longtermcare for Long Term Care
  • #medstaff for Medical Staff, Credentialing, & Peer Review
  • #patientcare for Patient Care Liability and Litigation
  • #tax for Tax and Nonprofit

Miscellaneous 

  • #AHLAyps for Young Professionals
  • #AHLAypc for Young Professionals Council
  • #AHLAWomensNetwork for Women's Network
  • #AHLAwlc for Women's Leadership Council
  • #AHLAcompliance for Compliance Professionals Network
  • #AHLAfellows for Lifetime Members & Fellows Network
  • #AHLAwebinar for Webinars
  • #AHLApodcast for Podcast
  • #AHLAconnections for Connections Magazine
  • #AHLAvolunteers for Volunteerism
  • #AHLAneutrals for Neutrals
  • #AHLADaily for Health & Life Sciences Daily
  • #AHLAWeekly for AHLA Weekly Newsletter
  • #FastFairFinal for Dispute Resolution Service
  • #AHLAcareercenter for Career Center

Social Media Policy

In principle and in practice, AHLA values and seeks to advance and promote diverse and inclusive participation within the Association regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, or disability. Guided by these values, the Association strongly encourages and embraces participation of diverse individuals through its social media channels and encourages a free exchange of dialogue but reserves the right to edit or remove content posted on any of its social media pages under the following criteria.

AHLA will request revisions and/or will remove:

  • Content that uses vulgar language, is violent, threatening, defamatory, fraudulent, obscene or deceptive and/or espouses, promotes or invites bigotry, hatred or racism 
  • Content that could be seen in conflict with AHLA’s diversity and inclusion values stated above
  • Content that is off-topic, out of context, or is promotional/commercial in nature (marketing, sales, promotional materials, job recruitment opportunities, etc.)
  • Content tied to spamming, flaming, or denial of service attacks
  • Content from a fake or anonymous profile
  • Content that includes personal and/or non-public information about an AHLA member, partner, or employee through negative statements or other means
  • Content that is from a copyrighted work
  • Content that contains images, including profile avatars, that is deemed as sexually explicit, cruel, or racists in nature, or which is otherwise deemed by AHLA to be inappropriate

Repeat offenders will be removed from all AHLA social media channels, regardless of which channel the offense took place. For more information, please contact us at communities@americanhealthlaw.org.

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