Colorado Health Law Symposium 2015 - Video Replay Denver

March 2015
 
Colorado Health Law Symposium 2015
 
Co-Sponsored by the Health Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association and the American Health Lawyers Association
 
 
Program Highlights:
 
Symposium will feature nationally recognized speakers.  Planned topics include:
 
- Health Reform and Industry Transformation: What to Watch, and What it Means
- Franchising in the Health Care Industry
- Opportunity in a Fragmented Regulatory Environment - An Overview of Notable Telehealth Regulations and Requirements
- Meaningful Use and HIPAA Developments
- Antitrust Rules for Provider Collaboration:  How to Form and Operate a Network of Competing Providers
- Ethical Issues in the Transactional Context
 
 
Program Description:
 
The Health Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, together with the American Health Lawyers Association, is hosting the 2nd Annual Colorado Health Law Symposium, a regional event co-sponsored by the nation's largest educational organization devoted to legal issues in the health industry.  An exceptional speaker lineup of nationally recognized health law experts focused on current issues in health law of interest and concern to practicing attorneys in our region, ensures this will be an outstanding educational program.  In addition to being a convenient opportunity for advanced learning, the 2nd Annual Colorado Health Law Symposium will give attendees the ability to network with national and local experts, and connect with old and new friends.  Please join us in making this Colorado Health Law Symposium an exciting and interactive forum for health lawyers in our region.
 
 

AGENDA:
 
8:30am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
 
8:55-9:00am
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Extended by Elizabeth Spohn, Esq., Centura Health, Englewood, CO
 
9:00-9:50am
Health Reform and Industry Transformation: What to Watch, and What it Means
- Key changes in the Affordable Care Act and Other Federal and State Regulatory Issues that are Relevant to the Health Delivery System
- Key Stakeholders in the Industry-Physicians, Hospitals, Health Plans, Drug and Device Companies are Navigating Industry Transformation
- Looming Legal Issues that are Derivatives of These Changes and Strategies
 
Presented by Paul H. Keckley, Ph.D. Managing Director, Navigant, Chicago, IL
 
9:50-10:40am
Franchising in the Health Care Industry
- What is "Franchising" and How Can It be Applied to Health Care Businesses
- Avoiding the "Accidental" Franchise
- Structuring a Franchised Network of Health Care Providers, while Complying with Health Regulatory Requirements, such as:
         - Corporate practice of medicine laws
         - Fraud and abuse, fee-splitting, marketing and advertising restrictions
         - Medicare & Medicaid enrollment, participation and reimbursement rules
         - HIPAA obligations for franchisors and franchisees
- Special Franchise Regulatory Compliance Issues for Health Care Franchises
 
Presented by Mark A. Kirsch, Esq., Gray Plant Mooty, Washington, DC, and Timothy A. Johnson, Esq., Gray Plant Mooty, Minneapolis, MN
 
10:40-11:00am
Networking Break
 
11:00-11:50
Opportunity in a Fragmented Regulatory Environment - An Overview of Notable Telehealth Regulations and Requirements
- Highlights on Evolving State Licensure, Telemedicine Practice, and e-Prescribing Requirements
- Information on the Latest Reimbursement Offerings Regarding Telehealth
- References to Helpful Practice Standards and Guidelines Developed by the Federation of State Medical Boards , American Medical Association, and American Telemedicine Association
 
Presented by Alexis Slagle Gilroy, Esq., Partner, Jones Day, Washington, DC
 
11:50am - 1:20pm
Lunch on your own
 
1:20 - 2:10pm
Meaningful Use and HIPAA Developments
- Meaningful Use Stage 2 Difficulties and Upcoming Challenges
- Meaningful Use Audits and Compliance
- HIPAA Recent Rulings and Understanding of HITECH Changes
- HIPAA Audits
 
Presented by Jeffrey W. Short, Esq., Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman, P.C., Indianapolis, IN
 
2:10 - 3:00pm
Antitrust Rules for Provider Collaboration:  How to Form and Operate a Network of Competing Providers
- Integration Strategies:
         - Messenger model (no integration)
         - Clinical integration
         - Financial integration
         - Hybrid strategies
         - Single-entity strategies
- Ancillarity:  What Agreements are Reasonably Related to the Network's Legitimate Goals?
- Rule of Reason Analysis:
         - Market share and market power
         - Exclusivity
         - Effects on cost and quality
- Practical Advice for Structuring Antitrust-Compliant Provider Networks
 
Presented by Mitchell D. Raup, Esq., Polsinelli, Washington, DC
 
3:00 - 3:20pm
Networking Break
 
3:20 - 4:10pm
What, Me Worry? Ethical Issues in the Transactional Context
- Who is My Client?
- Does the CEO Know I Am Not Her Lawyer?
- Can I Represent More Than One Party?
- Am I Providing Business or Legal Advice (and does it matter)?
- Can I Share the Results of Due Diligence without Waiving the Privilege?
 
Presented by Robert Homchick, Esq., Partner, Davis Wright Tremain LLP, Seattle, WA
 
4:10pm
Adjourn
Location Information
CBA-CLE Small Classroom
1900 Grant Street, Suite 300
Denver, CO 80203
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Registration Fees
Non Member $349.00
CBA Member $299.00
CBA Health Law Section Member $269.00
New Lawyer - in practice 5 years or less $229.00
CLEACCESSPASS--ELITE Pass Holder $0.00
  • General Credits: 6.00
  • Ethics Credits: 1.00
Start Date - End Date
April 01, 2015
Start Time - End Time
8:55 AM - 4:10 PM
Event Location
CBA-CLE Small Classroom
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