Instructor: Mark Thomas, Thomas Health Law Group, PA
See below for an introductory video from the instructor.
Gain a rare and unique firsthand look at health care litigation including the process of litigation, state and federal governing bodies, and outcomes from past criminal and civil litigation. Understand the balance between government and commercial payers and providers of health care services. Explore commercial litigation at the federal and state level and the commercial legal remedies.
Who Should Enroll?
This course offers any health care professional detailed information about health care litigation and its components at the federal and state level.
- Initiation of Litigation
- Antikickback Legislation & Anti-competitive Litigation
- Commercial Healthcare Litigation & Commercial Legal Remedies
- Courts and Alternative Dispute Resolution
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