Health Law is our business.
 

 

Presentation Search


Presentation Listing

Speaking Engagement

The Employment Relationship from Beginning to End

July 24, 2014 - 8:00 AM-4:30 PM

Synopsis:
This full-day seminar covers nine key topics that will take participants all the way through the employment relationship - from beginning to end.

  • Employment-at-Will ... What It Really Means in Indiana  Presented by Steve Lyman
  • Background Checks and Criminal Records ... EEOC’s New Focus Presented by Dana Stutzman
  • I-9 Forms ... Doing Them Right Presented by Natalie Murphy 
  • Wages, Hours and Overtime ... Understanding the Trickiest Rules Presented by Kevin Stella
  • Bullying and  Workplace Harassment ... Walking the Tightrope and Setting the Right Tone  Presented by Dana Stutzman
  • Facebook and Social Media ... Staying in Line with Online Problems Presented by Dana Stutzman
  • Family and Medical Leave ... What You Need to Know to Avoid Frustration Presented by Mary Kate Liffrig
  • Accommodating the Disabled Worker ... The Interactive Process That Really Works  Presented by Steve Lyman
  • Severance and COBRA ... Don’t Get Bitten Presented by Fred Bachmann  
  • Ready, Aim, Fire ... On Target with Discipline and Discharge Presented by Steve Lyman
  • Confronting the Union Challenge ... Management Rights and Responsibilities in the “New” NLRB Era Presented by Steve Lyman

Speaker(s): Dana E. Stutzman, Kevin A. Stella, Natalie L. Murphy, Stephen W. Lyman, Mary Kate Liffrig, Fred J. Bachmann

Organizer: Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman

Venue: OneAmerica Tower, IN - Get A Map

Speaking Engagement

IHCA Annual Conference

August 19-20

Synopsis:
Modern Family Liability—Filial Responsibility of Children for Their Parents' Health Care and Long Term Costs and Other Collection Options and Tools
What happens when a person who is in need of long term care is not able to pay for it? Two state courts recently used "filial responsibility" laws to hold children liable for almost $200,000 of their parents' unpaid nursing home bills. Currently a majority of states have laws that can make adult children financially responsible for their parents' necessities of life, including unpaid medical and long term care bills, when the parents do not have the ability to pay for such necessities. While filial responsibility laws have rarely been enforced in the past, recent court decisions have used them to hold children liable for their parents' unpaid nursing home bills. Can you use this law? There will also be discussion of other options to collect past due accounts, especially if the resident has left the facility or has died.

Speaker(s): Sean J. Fahey

Organizer: Indiana Health Care Association

Venue: Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel, IN - Get A Map

Speaking Engagement

AMGA Physician Compensation Boot Camp

September 10-12

Synopsis:
Physician Contracting and the Stark Law: Trends in Compensation-Focused Compliance

Speaker(s): Joseph N. Wolfe

Organizer: American Medical Group Association

Speaking Engagement

PHA 14th Annual Conference & Exhibits

September 26, 2014 - 10:15–11:15 AM

Synopsis:
Think You Can't Expand?  Case Studies for Expansion
This session will explore creative solutions to expanding a physician-owned hospital through hospital acquisition and/or consolidation.  This session will also explore lessons learned from conversations with CMS when filing an application for expansion.  Finally, the session will end with a quick discussion of the Stark Law Whole Hospital Exception and a Bullet Point Checklist to Determine Legal Compliance with the Whole Hospital Exception

Speaker(s): Andrea L. Impicciche

Organizer: Physician Hospitals of America

Venue: Arizona Grand Resort, AZ - Get A Map

Speaking Engagement

65th AHCA/NCAL Annual Convention & Expo

October 07, 2014 - 10:30–11:30 AM

Synopsis:
Modern Family Liability—Filial Responsibility of Children for Their Parents' Health Care and Long Term Costs and Other Collection Options and Tools
What happens when a person who is in need of long term care is not able to pay for it? Two state courts recently used "filial responsibility" laws to hold children liable for almost $200,000 of their parents' unpaid nursing home bills. Currently a majority of states have laws that can make adult children financially responsible for their parents' necessities of life, including unpaid medical and long term care bills, when the parents do not have the ability to pay for such necessities. While filial responsibility laws have rarely been enforced in the past, recent court decisions have used them to hold children liable for their parents' unpaid nursing home bills. Can you use this law? There will also be discussion of other options to collect past due accounts, especially if the resident has left the facility or has died.

Speaker(s): Sean J. Fahey

Organizer: American Health Care Association

Venue: Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, MD - Get A Map

Speaking Engagement

2014 MISHRM Annual Conference

October 8-10, 2014

Synopsis:
Reasonable Accommodations in an Unreasonable Legal Environment

Speaker(s): Bruce M. Bagdady, Jennifer H. Gonzalez

Organizer: Michigan Council of the Society for Human Resource Management

Venue: Cobo Center, MI - Get A Map

Webinar

A Graduate Series on the Role and Use of Advanced Practice Professionals

October 28, 2014 - 2:00-3:30 PM

Synopsis:
Part III: Billing and Reimbursement for Advanced Practice Professionals--Opportunities and Pitfalls

With the expanding presence of advanced practice professionals throughout the country, a practical challenge remains regarding reimbursement issues and compliance considerations. Part three will address the current framework of Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, the general approach by the commercial payer industry, and legislative efforts at improving reimbursement for advanced practice professionals.

Speaker(s): Regan E. Tankersley

Organizer: AHLA Practice Groups