Health Law Section Members = $20
Non- Health Law Section Members = $50
July 10, 2018
The High-Tech Industry is Reducing Risk and Stabilizing Their Supply Chain Through Strong Peer Networks: How Are CFOs and CPOs are Dealing With The Growing Patent Troll Issue?
Speakers – Ken Seddon, Nicholas Romanello
Companies spend over $29B each year litigating and settling with patent assertion entities (PAEs, sometimes called “patent trolls”). Most of this risk comes from a company’s supply chain. The speakers will discuss (i) how companies are dealing with the costs and risk of patent trolls through their relationship with their supply chain; and (ii) trends in patent troll litigation.
August 14, 2018
Health Care Hacking: Keeping PHI Safe, and the Data Breach Life Cycle from “Oh No!” to Verdict
Speaker – Adam Losey
Discussion of information security and privacy issues common to health care, walking through common information security incidents and preventative care methods. Additionally, the course will include a walk though of several exemplar breach response matters to provide the participant with understanding of breach response (working with incident response technicians, forensics, and law enforcement), notification (working with notification vendors, public relations vendors, and dealing with regulatory agencies such as OCR HHS and various state attorney general’s offices), and eventual litigation and remediation measures.
September 11, 2018
Update on Administration and Enforcement of the HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Rules
Speaker – Emily Crabbe
The presentation will cover HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Rule topics, as well as policy development, breach notification obligations, enforcement activities, available resources, and OCR’s audit protocols.
November 13, 2018
Physician Compensation Models to Improve Alignment
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.
December 11, 2018
Florida Peer Review and the High Price of Immunity
Speaker – Michael J. Bittman and Kristina Maranges
This learning session explores peer review litigation, including internal hearings, trial court litigation, and appeals. The contrasting perspectives of hospital and physician counsel on National Practitioner Data Bank reporting and immunity under federal and Florida law will be addressed. Recent state appellate decisions limiting certiorari jurisdiction to review circuit court orders denying hospital dismissal motions on grounds of immunity have resulted in expensive discovery, arguably contrary to the purposes of immunity.