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Quarterly Lectures are now available for on-line replay for MCLE credit
and it's free for members!

The IAHA Quarterly Lectures provide a high-level detailed exploration of
a current health law topic. 

All Quarterly Lectures are approved for 1.25 hours of Illinois Continuing Legal Education.  Recorded webinars are approved for one year.

Members: FREE
Non-Members: $50

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If you have any questions or issue, please contact Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys directly at  630-433-4516.


NOTE:   To receive credit, you must take the evaluation at the end of the webinar. The evaluation will pop-up after the webinar has finished. Once you complete the webinar, your Illinois Certificate of Attendance will be emailed to you.

Self-Disclosure Assessment in the Era of the 60 Day Rule:  No Good Deed Goes Unpunished?

December 7, 2017

The issue is no longer whether or why a health care organization should conduct an internal audit.  Rather, the issues are when and how to conduct an audit and what to do with the audit results.  At the December 7 Quarterly Lecture, Sanford Teplitzky of Baker Donelson will focus on:

  • When do you audit?
  • How much do you audit?
  • Who decides how much is enough?
  • What is an "overpayment?"
  • How to resolve the tough decisions regarding repayment or voluntary disclosure.

Sanford Teplitzky is a shareholder in the Baltimore office of Baker Donelson.  His practice focuses primarily on fraud and abuse issues. He has extensive experience in the development and implementation of corporate compliance programs; internal reviews and investigations; due diligence reviews for acquiring and acquired entities; voluntary disclosures; and federal and state governmental investigations arising from False Claims Act whistleblower actions.  Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Teplitzky served as an attorney for the Office of the General Counsel of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, where he provided legal advice to the Health Care Financing Administration on fraud and abuse, reimbursement and other regulatory issues under the Medicare and Medicaid programs.


Sanford Teplitzky, Shareholder, Baker Donelson 

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What's New in Illinois? A Roundup of 2017 Legislation & Regulation Affecting Health Care in Illinois

October 18, 2017

While everyone has been focused on the drama in Washington, the Illinois legislature and administration have been busy enacting legislation and adopting regulations impacting health care professionals, providers, pharma, life science companies and others involved in health care. As of August 22, Governor Bruce Rauner has taken action on over 240 bills from the spring legislative session – and many more await action by the Governor. So far, there are 10 vetoes or amendatory vetoes. Find out what’s new and how it may affect your clients. 


Robert John Kane, Assistant Vice President and Legal Counsel, Illinois State Medical Society and ISMIE Mutual Insurance Company
Mark Deaton, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Illinois Health and Hospital Association 

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The New Frontier of Digital Health Legal Issues
June 8, 2017

Digital Health - the intersection of software applications, analytical tools, medical technology and electronic data assets with the delivery of and payment for health care - is having profound effects on all facets of the health care delivery system. Digital health is changing the ways providers deliver care and the ways in which patients access care, and empowering patients with “consumer-like” tools, inviting into the health sector a new generation of companies and innovators that specialize in digital solutions.

Consider, for example, how basic connected devices are changing the ways in which the millions of Americans with diabetes receive health care. Diabetes patients can now download data directly from their personal insulin meters to their smart phones and set up medication alerts and reminders, track their intake of food, integrate this information with weight and cholesterol management recommendations, and transmit all of this valuable health information to a variety of different medical professionals in real time to allow them to reach their patients and make any necessary adjustments before rather than after problems arise. On the other end of the digital health spectrum, artificial intelligence and machine-learning tools are reading retina scans of diabetes patients to automatically identify diabetic retinopathy, a leading cause of blindness among adults.


Bernadette Broccolo, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery
Lisa Schmitz Mazur,  Partner, McDermott Will & Emery

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Non-members: $50

2017 Revisions to the Common Rule

March 16, 2017

On January 18, the US Department of Health and Human Services and 15 other federal agencies adopted amendments to the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects (the so-called “Common Rule”) – the first amendments since 1991.

The Common Rule governs biomedical and behavioral research involving human subjects. The amendments affect such critical topics as consent, institutional review boards, and exempt categories of research. With the explosion of medical and behavioral research, attorneys representing all types of health care professionals, providers, and other health care organizations need to understand the regulations and the new changes.


Denise (Dee) A. Roe, MSM, RAC, CHRC, CCRP, CIP
Kathleen Murphy, PhD, MSW, MLIS

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Non-members: $50

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