Begun as the “FUNdamentals of Health Law” series by James “Chet” Barclay in 2009, the 11th installment of the series does a “deep dive” into the legal, ethical, and technological issues arising in legal matters involving behavioral health and substance abuse treatment.
The program is designed to be immediately useful to attorneys, health care professionals, risk managers, and other health care industry participants needing to understand more thoroughly the issues and problems created by the opioid crisis, involuntary commitment of mental health patients, changes in federal law concerning alcohol and drug treatment, the increasing shortage of mental health professionals and the use of telehealth, and other critical issues. Morning and afternoon sessions will be followed by interactive panel discussions among faculty and both on-site and Internet attendees. Comprehensive materials will be provided.
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