Serving as a Neutral
AHLA arbitrators, mediators, and hearing officers combine health law and health care expertise with the skills and experience needed to resolve even the toughest cases fairly, quickly, and inexpensively. You can apply to be an arbitrator, a mediator, a hearing officer, or all three. There is no fee to join or remain on the roster. To cover its costs, AHLA retains 18% of the amount invoiced and collected on behalf of neutrals for billable time. Allowable expenses such as travel costs and conference call fees are fully reimbursed.
- Become a Neutral
- Edit a Neutral Profile
- Serving as an Arbitrator
- Serving as a Mediator
- Serving as a Hearing Officer
14 hours of training through AHLA or another reputable organization.
20 hours of training through AHLA or another reputable organization. Effective June 13, 2018, only neutrals who agree to mediate health law cases exclusively through AHLA will be eligible for the mediation roster. This change will not effect the rosters of arbitrators or hearing officers. If you are willing to agree to the new terms and conditions, please apply for the exclusive roster by contacting Carine Brice at [email protected]. The Dispute Resolution Service Council will determine monthly whether new applicants meet the criteria for the exclusive roster.
An attorney must have either: (a) served as counsel or as a hearing officer in at least two completed peer review hearings; or (b) completed a peer review hearing officer training course. Due to the low volume of requests for hearing officers, AHLA is not scheduling additional trainings.
Promote Your Neutral Services
- Display an AHLA Neutrals logo on your website:
- Advertise through AHLA
- Present on the Dispute Resolution Service
- Distribute information on the Dispute Resolution Service
Please do not describe yourself as "certified" by AHLA. The Dispute Resolution Service does not certify neutrals.
Case Management System
AHLA administers arbitrations and mediations through a secure electronic Case Management System.