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HALL RENDER WEBINARS

The health care industry is unlike any other and interacts with the law differently than other industries. These webinars address an array of topics from labor and employment to rural health.

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“Rurban” Strategy: Two-Step Medicare Reclassifications

This webinar provides an overview of MGCRB Wage Index Reclassification, of Urban to Rural Reclassification, Multiple Reclassifications including prior prohibition, court challenges, policy changes and 2-step reclass – “Rurban” Strategy including new opportunities for urban hospitals, considerations and case studies.

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ADA: Basic Training and Best Practices

Years after the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act took effect, employers are still facing large settlements for failing to accommodate their disabled workers. Learn what your obligations are, best practices to reduce your organization’s risk and how to strategically document your interactive process to best defend enforcement action.

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Conducting Effective Investigations in the Health Care Sector

Conducting effective investigations is more important than ever, especially in the health care workplace. In this presentation, Larry Jensen will discuss the policies and tools all health care employers should have in place before the need for an investigation arises, as well as the uncommon events in the health care sector that trigger the need for an investigation.


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Diligently Handling Diversion

According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, nearly seven million Americans are abusing prescription drugs, more than the combined number of those abusing cocaine, heroin, hallucinogens, ecstasy and inhalants. Included within this webinar are best practices for prevention and early intervention, the elements of a successful investigation, ways to mitigate risk and a checklist for addressing the resulting employment actions.

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Family & Medical Leave Act: The Basics

In this presentation, Hall Render attorneys focus on FMLA usage in the health care industry and provide a general overview of, among other things, how an employer should determine if an employee is eligible for FMLA-protected leave and what rights an eligible employee is entitled to.

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FLSA Issues in the Health Care Workplace

Join us as we offer insight into and analysis of wage and hour issues of unique interest to health care employers. Among the topics covered are the classification of employees, such as medical residents and interns.


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NLRB and the Health Care Industry

Health care employers today continue to face a number of evolving challenges, not the least of which are the constantly changing rules and guidance from the NLRB. Join us as we review recent NLRB trends and developments affecting health care employers.

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Off-Campus Provider-Based Final Rule – Phoenix or Apocalypse?

This presentation will provide an overview of the Final Rule, released by CMS on November 1, 2016, implementing Section 603’s limitations on off-campus provider-based departments. Attorneys, hospital CFOs and other financial executives, compliance departments and billing and revenue cycle departments should consider watching this informative webinar.

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Seven Advanced Topics Under the FMLA Facing Health Care Employers

In this presentation, Hall Render attorneys offer a detailed analysis of several advanced topics under the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) that are of unique interest to health care employers.


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You Could Be on the Hook: How Leaders Can Protect Themselves from Individual Liability

Hall Render and Modern Healthcare’s co-recorded webinar, You Could Be on the Hook: How Leaders Can Protect Themselves from Individual Liability, explains recent trends in individual liability and the False Claims Act and discusses how health care decision-makers should adjust to the new, more threatening environment.