About the Program
The Fundamentals of Health Law program is a valuable training program for new associates and in-house counsel, compliance officers, consultants, and others who advise health care clients. It is also an excellent refresher for experienced health lawyers and health professionals. The program's faculty not only dispense their knowledge of legal issues, but they also provide insight into the challenges ahead in order to help attendees build an effective legal practice.
What You'll Learn
- Learn foundational principles in health law by gaining an understanding of laws and regulations including Physician Self-Referral, Anti-Kickback and EKRA, False Claims Act, Medicare and Medicaid, and health privacy law.
- Increase knowledge of the legal challenges faced by hospitals, physicians, long term and post-acute care providers, and managed care organizations and plans.
- Learn how the health care industry is addressing challenges around health equity and access to care.
- Network with peers and gain insights into the world of health law to build an effective practice.
Who You'll Meet
- New Associates
- Early career In-House Counsel new to the Health Care field
- Law Students
- Compliance officers
- Consultants advising health care clients
- Experienced lawyers and business advisors who are new to advising health care clients
- Experienced health lawyers and health law professionals who need a re-fresher
Program Planning Committee
Michaela D. Poizner
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
Nicholas (Nick) Alarif
|Thomas (Tom) Spellman
Fresenius Medical Care North America
|Priya J. Bathija
Founder and CEO, Nyoo Health,
2023 Fundamentals of Health Law
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2020 Fundamentals of Health Law
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Program Accessibility and Special Needs
AHLA is committed to ensuring equitable access to our educational content. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone and offering accessibility accommodations for our in-person programs.