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Why You Should Attend
With expansive new federal legislation targeting Medicare drug expenditures, a significant Supreme Court decision for women’s health, and expansion of DOJ enforcement interest in digital health, the health care industry continues to change dramatically. Join PLI’s expert faculty of health care lawyers, in-house counsel, and government regulators, as we examine the current state of health care law. This program will cover the broad range of issues confronting the health care industry: Medicare drug pricing legislation, DOJ enforcement in telehealth, navigating health care benefits post-Dobbs, physician payment system changes, enforcement of health care fraud and abuse laws, and a detailed look at recent and pending legislation.
What You Will Learn
After completing this program, participants will be able to:
- Explain recent developments in Medicare drug pricing and the changing landscape for PBMs
- Strategize about what might be on the horizon for 2023 for hospital and physician payment systems
- Explore how to navigate health care benefits post Dobbs
- Discuss what’s new in digital health enforcement
- Summarize enforcement trends in health care law and the lessons learned in 2022
- Discuss legislative initiatives: What has happened in the 117th Congress?
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for newly admitted and experienced health care attorneys, in-house counsel, and allied professionals who counsel health care providers, hospitals, and health care organizations.
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisites: An interest in the health care industry and related legal developments.
Advanced Preparation: None