Healthcare Compliance

Employment and Labor Law Digest

1st Talk Compliance features guest Catherine Walters, a partner at BYBEL RUTLEDGE LLP and management-side labor and employment attorney representing employers of all sizes, on the topic of “Employment and Labor Law Digest.” Catherine joins our host, Catherine Short to update employers and human resources professionals on recent employment and labor law developments and discuss specific hot topics.

Ethics and Compliance on the Road

Ethics and Compliance on the Road

Kathleen W. McNicholas, MD, JD, CHC, CCEP, Consultant and Patient Advocate with Medical Legal Patient Advocacy Inc., will present Ethics and Compliance on the Road at the upcoming Virtual Healthcare Compliance Symposium on April 28. Join us for this interesting day of learning to earn CEUS and CLE from the convenience of your home or office.

Labor and Employment Update 2022

2022 Forecast of Employment and Labor With Other HOT Topics: Audio Version of the Webinar

First Healthcare Compliance hosts Catherine Walters, Esq., Partner at BYBEL RUTLEDGE LLP a management-side labor and employment attorney representing employers of all sizes, for an interactive discussion on “Employment and Labor Law Round-up With 2022 Forecast and Other HOT Topics.” During 2021 as the COVID pandemic raged on and the new Administration faced unprecedented challenges, extensive changes occurred in the employment and labor law landscape, and even more extensive changes are anticipated for 2022.  This program will provide a quick update of 2021’s most important developments and forecast what employers can expect in 2022.  Attend this program to catch up on the Biden Administration’s progress on its labor agenda, relevant Supreme Court decisions and how they affect employers, DOL agency activities, issues to worry about in 2022 and other hot topics, including OSHA, vaccination rules/policies, wage and hour issues, remote workplace tips, cannabis, restrictive covenants, to name a few.  

What you need to know about the No Surprises Act

Enacted in late 2020 as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 with an effective date of Jan. 1, 2022, the No Surprises Act (NSA) underscores its primary purpose is to protect patients from surprise medical bills when receiving certain services from – emergency services, non-emergency services from nonparticipating providers at participating facilities, and air ambulance service from nonparticipating providers. (86 Fed. Reg. 36872 (Jul. 13, 2021)).

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