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The Role of Compliance in Government Enforcement

SPONSORED CONTENT By Shannon Sumner Governmental enforcement activity is on the rise, and improved coordination among enforcement bodies is meant to “help to identify culpable individuals and hold them accountable.”  With this increase in enforcement actions, it is imperative that compliance remains top-of-mind. Effective compliance programs can not only serve as shields against potential risks, […]

One Hour Of Substance Abuse and Mental Health CLE Credit: 2019 Health Law Section Annual Meeting and CLE

By Iain Stauffer The Health Law Section Annual Meeting and CLE program, “Navigating Healthcare Challenges for 2019:  Alternative Payment Models and Behavioral Health Issues” takes place at the NC Bar Center in Cary pn Friday, March 8.  The first afternoon session of this CLE program will cover “Treating Behavioral Health Issues and Substance Use Disorders: […]

2019 Health Law Section Annual Meeting and CLE

By Iain Stauffer The Health Law Section Annual Meeting and CLE returns to the NC Bar Center in Cary (and via webcast) on Friday, March 8, 2019.  It is never too early to think about CLE credits for 2019, and March is only one month away so please plan to join the Health Law Section […]

Save the Date For Our Annual Meeting: March 8, 2019

The NCBA Health Law Section’s Annual Meeting and CLE Program has a new date and time for 2019. Please plan to join us at the Bar Center in Cary on March 8, 2019.  We received great feedback about the extra networking opportunities at our 2018 program, so we are adding a networking breakfast to the […]