Join McGuireWoods' healthcare litigation group for its 2018 webinar series. Programs will discuss the outlook on healthcare litigation for 2018, thoughts on identifying and mitigating data security risks in healthcare organizations, components of an effective compliance program, what to consider when drafting and enforcing physician noncompete agreements, and much more. We welcome you to attend as many as you would like –
replays will be available for those who cannot make the scheduled times.
Healthcare Litigation and Compliance Year in Review
Tuesday, December 18, 2018 | Registration is forthcoming
A panel of McGuireWoods healthcare lawyers will identify and discuss the most pressing issues in healthcare litigation and compliance this year.
Opioids: Hospital and Physician Liability
Webinar to be rescheduled
McGuireWoods lawyers will present a broad discussion on liability facing providers.
Anti-Kickback and False Claims Issues in Healthcare Litigation 2018
Monday, February 26, 2018
Our speakers will provide an analysis on key concepts from recent cases and offer insight on DOJ perspectives.
Best Practices for Responding to Medicare Claims Audits and OIG Compliance Audits
Sara Helene Shanti and Nathan Kottkamp discuss cybersecurity and data privacy issues associated with wearable devices in the healthcare industry. Discussion will cover information assurance, information governance, and incident response and remediation.
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