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HEALTHCARE LAW 2015-MOUNTAINEER SERIES-DVD SEMINAR (1280-1604)HEALTHCARE LAW 2015-MOUNTAINEER SERIES-DVD SEMINAR (1280-1604)
$295.00

HEALTHCARE LAW 2015
 Recorded September 11 - 12, 2015

RECOVERY AUDIT CONTRACTORS - HOW TO EFFECTIVELY RESPOND TO RAC AUDITS
RAC Audits are increasingly becoming an important risk management issue for hospitals in West Virginia and across the U.S. This presentation will provide an overview of the RAC Audit program, outline the RAC Audit process, summarize recent results of RAC Audits in Region C as a result of a March 30, 2015, report from the AHA, outline effective strategies in addressing RAC Audits, and summarize a recent case in the Sixth Circuit overturning the RAC Auditor contract process.
Charles M. Johnson, Jr., Esquire
Frost Brown Todd, LLC – Charleston, WV

HIPAA FOR LITIGATORS AND THE CORRESPONDING CYBERSECURITY RISKS
Every day a new risk to cybersecurity is exposed. Lawyers, especially those in litigation, spend countless time with electronic data, including social media, medical records, or other client-sensitive documents. An increased ability to remotely access these documents only magnifies the risk. This session will provide guidance to lawyers who are subject to HIPAA by receiving medical records or other documents produced and stored electronically. This includes a brief background on HIPAA and the increased cyber risks. This session will also examine the guidelines for lawyers in advising providers on complying with HIPAA, and other federal and state laws, when asked to produce protected health information in response to pending litigation.
Susan Haller Pauley, Esquire
Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC – Huntington, WV

50 SHADES OF DRUGS: THE INCREDIBLY COMPLEX ISSUE OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE
– Understand the impact of substance abuse economically and
   emotionally; how substance abuse materially affects the ability
   to render aid to clients and affects the quality of the work
   product
– Understand the mechanisms of addiction: causes and
   prevention
– Understand how to recognize substance abuse in yourself and
   others
– Understand resources in the community available to assist with
   addiction
– Understand your duty under the Rules of Professional Conduct
Letitia E. Tierney, M.D., Esquire
Charleston, WV

HEALTHCARE AND HEALTHCARE FACILITIES: A PERSPECTIVE FROM THE INSIDE
This presentation will focus on trends in healthcare and areas of healthcare law that outside counsel should be familiar with, but frequently are not, and on how outside counsel, defense counsel, and plaintiffs’ counsel can interact more effectively with healthcare facilities.
Robert J. O’Neil, Esquire
West Virginia United Health System, Inc. – Morgantown, WV

2015 HEALTHCARE TORT REFORM & LEGISLATIVE UPDATE
The presentation will focus on the recent amendments made to the West Virginia Medical Professional Liability Act during the 2015 legislative session.  Further, the presentation will include a discussion of cases that have been decided in the recent past that deal with healthcare law issues.
John M. Huff, Esquire
Jackson Kelly, PLLC – Charleston, WV

MEDICARE SECONDARY PAYER LIABILITY: UPDATES EVERY LAWYER SHOULD KNOW
This presentation will provide an update on Medicare Secondary Payer developments, including the development of new technologies designed to streamline the process, conditional repayment system changes, and MMSEA reporting changes.  It will also provide a brief overview of the Medicaid Secondary Payer system that goes into effect in 2016.
Briana J. Marino, Esquire
Babst Calland, Attorneys at Law – Charleston, WV

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND HOT TOPICS IN EMPLOYMENT LAW
This presentation will generally discuss and update attendees on recent developments and issues of interest to West Virginia employers and how those developments may impact the employers. This discussion will focus on issues relevant to all employers, but will highlight issues of particular concern to healthcare employers.
Jami K. Suver, Esquire
Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC – Huntington, WV
 
This seminar is accredited for 7.9 WV MCLE credits, including 1.0 Ethics credits.