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Health Law CLEs

    2016 Legislative Preview: Key Health Care Issues

    1.0 Standard CLE credit

    Former Speaker of the MN House and current Minority Leader Rep. Paul Thissen (D, District: 61B) and Rep. Nick Zerwas (R, District: 30A), a member of the Health and Human Services Finance and Reform Committees, provide insight on health care priorities for 2016 and beyond.  

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    Challenges, Uncertainty, and Reform in the Clinical Laboratory Industry

    1.0 Standard CLE credit

    Our panel will explore the legal and policy issues related to PAMA, its implementation, its implications for providers, and its impact, and the FDA’s legal authority to regulate laboratory developed tests, expected legal challenges to the FDA’s jurisdiction, and legislative alternatives being considered.

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    Medical Staff Best Practices in 2016: Peer review information sharing, credentialing, fair hearings & more!

    1.0 Standard CLE credit

    This program will cover the “what you need to know” for several pressing medical staff issues in 2016.  The discussion will include analysis and best practices related to peer review information sharing across providers and health systems, credentialing (how to mitigate negligent credentialing risk), dispute resolution/fair hearings and dual existence of employed physicians and medical staff members.

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    The New 3Rs: Repeal, Replace, and Repair. Predicting Healthcare Reform in 2017 and Beyond

    1.0 Standard CLE credit

    This program will address what congressional and executive level actions really mean for the healthcare industry and analyze the substantive policy proposals that could shape the future for payers, providers, and other industry stakeholders.

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