Upcoming Events and Deadlines
Call for Authors
The Health Law Section Newsletter is a quarterly electronic forum that gives members an opportunity to write about interesting health law topics. We try to focus on Florida law. Please send article proposals to the editor (email@example.com) by October 24, 2018. If accepted, articles will be due by November 9. Here are some general guidelines if your article is selected:
- Include a short, catchy headline summarizing the piece.
- Provide approximately three to five original paragraphs on the topic.
- Articles should be written or co-authored by a member of the Florida Bar.
- Attach a .jpg photo and a two line bio including your name and employer.
- Cite authoritative, original sources, such as cases and government press releases. Include citations within the article, preferably as hyperlinks, rather than footnotes.
- Articles should be written in an objective tone, like a news article.
- Common acronyms, like HIPAA, CMS, OIG, FDA, EEOC, and DOJ, need not be spelled out.
Health Care Regulatory and Compliance SeminarFriday, November 2, 20188:30 AM - 5:30 PM Rosen Plaza Hotel9700 International DriveOrlando, Florida 32819 8 CLE, 1 of which may be applied towards Ethics
The seminar should be attended by lawyers, compliance and/or privacy officers, risk managers and other health care executives. The program will focus on current trends and events in healthcare compliance and regulation. The topics range from federal and state fraud and abuse laws, privacy and security laws to controlled substance prescriptions and treatments. The program will also host a session by current AHCA Secretary Justin Senior who will present hot topics in the Medicaid world. The program will also include a session on legal ethics.
Full agenda including presenters can be found at the following link:
November Lunch and Learn
Tuesday, November 13, 2018 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Speaker – Curtis Bernstein, Kyle Kramer, Allison Carty
Properly structured compensation arrangements can positively enhance physician engagement and alignment, leading to increased participation and focus on advancing organizational strategies and priority initiatives. In this presentation, we will explore strategies to effectively engage physicians in the advancement of organizations and key strategic programs through the development and implementation of compensation methodologies the truly recognize physician leadership capabilities and talents, while incentivizing performance that advances organizational priorities.