Health Care Law Section Annual Meeting
Information Overload: Dealing With Data in Today’s Healthcare Environment
Date: Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Time: 10:30 a.m.–6:30 p.m.
Place: Detroit Athletic Club, 241 Madison Ave, Detroit, MI 48226
Please remember that no denim clothing of any color or style is permitted at anytime at the DAC. Flip-flops are also not allowed in the Club.
Register: online or by mail/fax form PDF
Registration deadline is September 17, 2014
Our Annual Business Meeting and luncheon will be followed by a presentation by keynote speaker Celeste Davis, Regional Manager for Region V of the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
CON Basics in Michigan
Certificate of Need laws were a significant milestone in Congress's decades-long campaign to federalize health care and reduce public expenditures on it. Michigan's Certificate of Need program imposes state control over the creation and acquisition of many health care services and facilities. Its current authorization is found in Part 222 of the Public Health Code. MCL 333.22201.et seq. This article summarizes the history, structure and operation of the Certificate of Need system in Michigan. Read More
Listen to Past Teleconferences
The audio from many of our past teleconferences is available for download on the Seminar Materials page.
- Reimbursement and APRNs: What Every Practitioner Should Know
- Michigan Health Professional Licensing—An Overview of the Investigation and Complaint Process
- Partner Benefits in the Aftermath of U.S. v. Windsor and DeBoer v. Snyder
- Michigan's Evolving Health Care Coverage Landscape
- Software Licenses: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
- Anatomy of a HIPAA Breach
- Meaningful Use, Patient Portals and Exchanges
- Changes to the Hospital IPPS: Two Midnights & More
- Sunshine Rules
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