Health Care 2010: Managing Risks in the New Compliance and Enforcement Environment
Why You Should Attend
The time couldn't be better to get up-to-date on all of the recent changes in health care law. And with the recently passed health care reform bill you may well be wondering - what now? Get prepared for the new health care reform legislation by attending PLI's brand new program, Health Care 2010: Managing Risks in the New Compliance and Enforcement Environment. Join our expert faculty, including speakers from the FDA, FTC, DOJ, OMIG, an IRB (Harvard), and in-house and outside counsel, as we examine the new reform bill, as well as recent enforcement initiatives, including the focus on FCPA violations by pharmaceuticals, the creation of HEAT, and prosecutions of executives under the FDCA.
This program will cover the broad range of issues confronting you and your clients today: structuring compliant relationships with health care providers and clinical investigators; scientific discourse and promotional guidelines affecting FDA-regulated products; federal and state compliance and investigation issues, including issues arising under disclosure, false claims, anti-kickback, and Stark laws; ethical issues in advising clients in the health care industry; and of course health care reform developments affecting your client.
What You Will Learn
- Scientific discussion vs. Off-label promotion
- Pharma Marketing: Internet and new social media
- False claims, anti-kickback, and Stark laws
- State and federal financial disclosure requirements (pending Physician Payments Sunshine Act of 2009 and new state laws)
- Clinical Investigator disclosure and compliance requirements
- Structuring and organizing a compliance program: who, where and when
- Health Care Reform: compliance and enforcement initiatives
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for health care attorneys (newly admitted and experienced) and allied professionals.