Each of the four webinars will be moderated by Kelly J. Rooney, JD, MPH, Managing Editor for Health Law at Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S., and will feature Robert L. Roth, managing partner of Hooper, Lundy and Bookman’s Washington, DC office, in addition to other experts from the firm and special guests.
“The healthcare industry is ever-changing, so it's difficult for attorneys and compliance professionals to keep ahead of the curve,” said Rooney. “Wolters Kluwer is proud to provide customers and colleagues with discussions on timely topics that will help them better advise their clients. These webinars will focus on high-impact issues affecting health law today.”
“It’s extremely important for attorneys and others working in health care to keep up-to-date on regulatory, litigation, transactional, and legislative changes as they happen, as well as continuously assess how they will affect future decisions,” said Roth. “We are delighted to partner with Wolters Kluwer to provide updates on significant developments throughout the course of 2019. The year ahead will bring more challenges for industry professionals to navigate, and this webinar series will help them meet those challenges head-on.”
The first webinar in the series, “A New Year and a New Congress — Overview of Health Care Issues in 2019,” will uncover issues to watch in 2019 related to the new Congress, the CY 2019 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule and OPPS Final Rules, GME and IME issues, the outlook for health care provider mergers and acquisitions, and a look ahead to the January 15, 2019 oral argument in Azar v. Allina Health Services. To register, visit the link below:
A New Year and a New Congress — Overview of Health Care Issues in 2019
Tuesday, January 8, 2019 1 PM – 2 PM EST
Featured speakers: Robert L. Roth; Marty Corry, chair of government relations and public policy; Lisa Layman, principal of government relations and public policy; Robert Miller, associate; David Vernon, associate at Hooper, Lundy and Bookman.
The second webinar, “The First Quarter is in the Books — What’s in Store for the Rest of 2019,” will provide a status update on the 2019 health care issues and present new issues that have arisen since January, with a focus on trends in the False Claims Act enforcement, the latest on Azar v. Allina Health Services, Site Neutral payments, a telehealth update, and other timely topics. To register, visit the link below:
The First Quarter is in the Books — What’s in Store for the Rest of 2019
Tuesday, April 9, 2019 1 PM – 2 PM EST
Featured speakers: Robert L. Roth; Katrina Pagonis, partner; David Schumacher, partner, and Jeremy Sherer, associate; at Hooper, Lundy and Bookman.
The third webinar is titled “The First Half is in the Books — What’s in Store for the Rest of 2019.” Featured experts will survey the health care landscape and address emerging issues in health information technology and artificial intelligence, ACA and Medicare litigation, including the expected decision of the Supreme Court in Azar v. Allina Health Services, Update on the Federal policy for the Protection of Human Subjects in research (the "Common Rule"), and other timely topics. To register, visit the link below:
The First Half is in the Books — What’s in Store for the Rest of 2019
Tuesday, July 9, 2019 1 PM – 2 PM EST
Featured speakers: Robert L. Roth; Joe LaMagna, partner; Amy Joseph, senior counsel, Andrea Frey, associate; Jeremy Sherer, associate at Hooper, Lundy and Bookman with special guest presenter René Quashie, VP, Policy & Regulatory Affairs, Digital Health at Consumer Technology Association.
The fourth webinar is titled “Looking Back and Looking Ahead — What’s in Store for the Rest of 2019” will present special reports on the big three CMS rulemakings: the FFY 2020 Inpatient Prospective Payment System Final Rule, the CY 2020 Outpatient Prospective Payment Proposed Rule, and the CY 2020 Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule, a Medicaid DSH litigation update, a report on the Implementation of SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act, including enforcement of the new Drug Anti-Kickback Law, and other timely topics. To register, visit the link below:
Looking Back and Looking Ahead — What’s in Store for the Rest of 2019
Tuesday, October 8, 2019 1PM - 2 PM EST
Featured speakers: Robert L. Roth; Tracy Hale, associate; Kelly Carroll, associate; and Alicia Macklin, associate and Monica Massaro, manager of government relations and public policy; at Hooper Lundy and Bookman.
About Hooper, Lundy & Bookman
Founded in 1987, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman is the largest law firm in the country dedicated solely to the representation of health care providers and suppliers. With offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Boston, and Washington, D.C., and clients in all 50 states, we meet the business, litigation, regulatory, and government relations needs of a broad array of health care providers―ranging from the largest national health care organizations to community hospitals and individual physician practices. We are pleased to be ranked by Chambers as Tier One: Healthcare, California. For more information, please visit our website at www.health-law.com.