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Health Law Handbook, 2023-2024 ed. (Health Law Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2023
ISBN: 9781731951274
Service #: 14790677
Sub #: 14790676
Pages: 600
Shelf Space: 1 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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This 35th edition of the Health Law Handbook brings together 13 articles by 26 authors addressing advanced issues both in newly developing sectors of health law as well as topics that have defined the field since the inception of the idea that there is something called “health law.”

The following articles are included in this edition:

I. Electronic Health Care Comes of Age

  1. Digital Health: Navigating Regulatory Challenges as Innovation Charges Ahead
  2. Navigating The Post-Dobbs World: Key Considerations For Health Care Providers
  3. When It All Goes Wrong: HIPAA Enforcement On the Books and In Practice

II. Fraud and Abuse

  1. Healthcare Fraud and Abuse 2022 Update
  2. A Little More Surreal: Once More Unto the Breach With the FTC
  3. Quality Fraud: Gathering The Threads

III. Operations and Organization

  1. A “Friendly” Guide to Private Equity Acquisitions of Physician Practices
  2. Patient Care Collaboration Among Health Care Professionals: Medicare Part B Coverage And Billing Rule Implications
  3. Long-Term Care: Regulatory Issues, Enforcement, And Liability
  4. Recent Developments In Employment Law For Healthcare Lawyers

IV. Reimbursement

  1. Health Care Provider Co-Location: There’s Still No Easy Button
  2. Audits of Providers and Health Plans
  3. Fair Market Value and Commercial Reasonableness in Healthcare: Evolving Concepts