On Demand Health Law CLEs

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Pricing Per On Demand CLE

$29.95 MSBA MEMBERS
$64.95 NON-MSBA MEMBERS

*Some exceptions apply



Health Law CLEs

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2022 FDA Forum | Current Developments in Food, Drug and Device Law

3.0 Standard CLE Credits

Join private practice and in-house legal experts as we discuss recent regulatory and litigation challenges and developments in the food, drug and medical device industries from an insider's perspective.

Professor Ralph Hall of University of Minnesota Law School and Principal at Leavitt Partners LLC will be joining us again as the keynote speaker. Ralph is one of the nation’s foremost experts at drug and medical device regulation and corporate compliance matters. At Leavitt Partners, he works with coalitions and clients focused on improving FDA and health care regulation and advancing value-based health care. 

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  • CATEGORY
  • Health Law
Eliminating Disparities in Healthcare | Putting Principles in Action

1.0 Elimination of Bias CLE Credit

Join us for a panel discussion on actionable initiatives for organizations to eliminate healthcare disparities from the government, health plan, and provider perspective. This panel will explore how organizations can put initiatives into action that increase inclusion and remove barriers in healthcare.  This informative discussion features Minnesota’s leading health equity experts and you will not want to miss!

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  • CATEGORY
  • Elimination of Bias
  • Health Law
Launching into Digital Health

1.0 Standard CLE Credit 

Join this webinar to hear a discussion of how digital health products are regulated by the FDA, the challenges both industry and FDA face in bringing products to market and the future of digital health in the medical device space.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Health Law
Legal and Compliance Considerations for Use of AI-Enabled Healthcare

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

As Artificial intelligence (AI) continues to transform the health care industry, join us for a discussion of the current legislative and regulatory landscape, practical considerations for effective governance of AI, and other key considerations when implementing AI-enabled software in the healthcare environment.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Health Law
  • Technology
Medicaid Compliant Annuities for Married Couples | Strategies, Best Practices, and Pitfalls to Avoid

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Using a Medicaid Compliant Annuity for a married couple is a great way to accelerate eligibility while preserving assets in the process. However, considering all the case facts, choosing the appropriate strategy, and properly structuring the annuity are all key to achieving the best outcome. Join Krause Financial Services’ President and CEO as he explains how a Medicaid Compliant Annuity can be used for your senior clients, the best practices he’s learned through his years of experience, and the major pitfalls every attorney should be on the lookout for. Plus, Dale will discuss a real-life case study to show the strategies in action.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Health Law
  • Family Law
Minnesota’s New Hospital Presumptive Eligibility and Uninsured Discount Law

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The new Hospital Presumptive Eligibility and Uninsured Discount Law will take effect November 1, 2023. Its provisions are reminiscent of the Attorney General Agreement requirements, but with some new twists.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Health Law
Rules of Medical Necessity

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Health insurance has long been understood to cover most forms of “medically necessary” health care. But who gets to decide whether particular medical interventions for individual patients are indeed “medically necessary” and hence covered? In his talk, Professor Schwarcz will argue that health insurers are increasingly avoiding legal and regulatory constraints on their medical necessity determinations by altering their insurance policies to include detailed rules for what types of care they deem to be medically necessary.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Health Law
The “Multiple Hats” Conundrum | Attorney-Client Privilege for In-House and Government Attorneys

1.0 Ethics CLE Credit

Lawyers practicing in-house or for the government face particular challenges – you’re seen as a confidant, an advisor, and a business partner.  The easy and daily access to the legal department also increases the ability to develop friendships with the people in your organization.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Health Law
  • Ethics
The Nuts and Bolts of Medicare Appeals | Parts A & B, Medicare Advantage (Part C) and Medicare Prescription Drugs (Part D)

1.5 Standard CLE Credits

Not all Medicare appeals are created equal -- the process and rules vary between the various Medicare Parts. Understanding the benefits coverage for each Medicare Part, as well as the rules and procedures is critical for effective advocacy.

During this CLE, the presenters will address the procedure, rules and supporting evidence necessary for an effective Medicare Appeal for each Part. This CLE is designed to provide attorneys with a toolbox for “ready” representation of a Medicare recipient when their insurance benefit has been denied.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Family Law
  • Health Law
Top 10 Issues in the Consolidated Appropriations Act that May Give Health Plan Attorneys a Migraine

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

In David Letterman-style, an overview of the top 10 legal issues in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 that present interesting legal issues for health plan attorneys. 

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  • CATEGORY
  • Health Law
What’s Happening at FDA and USDA? Regulatory Updates and Enforcement Priorities in Food Law

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

In-house and private practitioners offer their insights on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Department of Agriculture’s current priorities in food law. They will provide updates on new regulations, anticipated regulations, and enforcement priorities for food products, including FDA’s Closer to Zero action plan to reduce toxic elements in food products, its proposed Rule for Food Traceability, updates on the FDA and USDA’s rule-making for cell-cultured animal and seafood products, and more.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Health Law