ICLE | Health Law Institute, 29th Annual
Health Law Institute, 29th Annual
03/14-15/24 Plymouth | CLE: 8.75 | Ethics: 0.75 | Level: Basic/Intermediate/Advanced
Cosponsored by the Health Care Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan

Keep Pace with Critical Change in Health Care Law

Ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs), antitrust issues, advanced practice practitioners (APPs)—the health care landscape is evolving. Join us for up-to-the-minute analyses of these hot topics, plus essential updates on state and federal regulations and fraud and abuse.

Examine the legal and business aspects of forming, managing, and operating ASCs. Navigate the increased enforcement against noncompete, nonsolicitation, and no-poach agreements. And stay up to date on Michigan laws and rules regarding APPs. Whether you represent hospitals/health systems or physicians/medical practices, there’s something for everyone.

You will be able to:

  • Examine the components of successful ASCs, including operating agreements, business models, financing, and more
  • Effectively work with APPs, including PAs, APRNs, and CRNAs
  • Navigate increased enforcement against noncompete, nonsolicitation, and no-poach agreements
  • Understand in-house and private practice perspectives on physician contracting
  • Implement best practices when dealing with likely HIPAA changes
  • Help clients comply with mergers and avoid antitrust challenges
  • Identify how key provisions of the Ryan Haight Act impact behavioral health crisis intervention
Available Formats
Attend in person. Networking opportunities.

Individual access to online materials.
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