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How to Navigate Legal & Operational Challenges in Long Term and Post-Acute Care

January 17, 2024
  • February 26-28, 2024
  • NAHC’s Bill Dombi and Katie Wehri will speak
  • Register now

The American Health Law Association (AHLA) annual conference, Long Term and Post-Acute Care Law and Compliance Program, February 26-28, is designed to meet the needs of individuals who work among a wide range of care settings, including assisted living, skilled nursing, home health, and hospice.

This year’s conference promises to be an exciting and informative meeting where some of the leading in-house and outside lawyers, compliance officers, consultants, and other advisors for the long term care industry will be presenting on legal, compliance, and operational issues faced by providers. Sessions will focus on cutting edge issues that are front and center within the post-acute continuum. Sessions are geared towards nursing facility, assisted living, and home health audiences. AHLA programs are distinguished by the expertise as well as the range of perspectives our faculty offer. The faculty will provide insight and analysis on regulatory changes, operation management, transactions, and compliance.

Critical Topics Covered by Experts from Government and Private Sector

The evolving intricacies and challenges of Medicare and Medicaid are a focus, with knowledgeable speakers selected from both government agencies and the private sector. In addition to payment and reimbursement, sessions cover compliance and enforcement activity, challenges related to staffing, patient care concerns and implications, financing and transaction trends, privacy and security issues, and more.

Unique Networking Opportunities – Network with post-acute professionals who work in house, in private practice, at consulting firms, and for the government—colleagues who understand the significant economic, regulatory, and workforce challenges you’re facing. Make new connections to gain insights and explore ideas in a collegial and cooperative environment.

Continuing Legal Education – Sessions covering beginner to advance, including ethics, will offer you the opportunity to obtain your CLE, CPE, and CCB credits from AHLA.