In an action-packed year that saw many developments, the Health Law Handbook is the one of the heftiest handbooks in the last 32 years. It is replete with real content and insights to help practicing lawyers.
Analysis is done by way of noteworthy developments in the articles in four subdivisions, written by 25 authors, as follows:
I. Fraud and Abuse
- Healthcare Fraud and Abuse 2020 Update
- The Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care
- New Opportunities for Providers Addressing Social Determinants of Health: The Patient Engagement And Support Arrangements Safe Harbor
- New Expectations for Compliance Programs
- Fraud and Abuse in Private Payer Situations
- Telehealth and Technology Based Services: Developments and Implications.
- There's No Place Like Home: Remote Physiologic Monitoring
- Billing Company Contracts
- The Lure of Foreign Shores: Outsourcing Overseas Health Care Functions
III. Data Management
- Security Risk Assessments: A Lawyers' Guide to Managing Critical Cybersecurity Risks
- Coping with Evolving Standards of Data De-Identification
- Promoting Interoperability and Prohibiting Information Blocking
- Understanding The Impact of "Artificial Intelligence" on The Future Practice of Law and Medicine
IV. The Changing Health Care System
- The New Vertical Merger Guidelines and Health Care Integration
- Medical Practice Act and NPDB Reporting: Trends and Implications for Physicians and Hospitals
- Whose Lawyer Is It Anyway?