12/6 - Health Information & Ethical Representation (Indianapolis)

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Thursday  December 6, 2012 

Health Information & Ethical Representation: Addressing Uncertainty in Regulations, Risks and Roles

The cutting edge of health information law and regulation presents an ever-evolving challenge to the lawyer’s ability to recognize and resolve novel problems. That challenge extends not only to analyzing the maze of statutes and regulations, but also to counsel’s approach to advocacy and risk, both within client organizations and with regulators. Join us to address unique issues of professional responsibility in the contexts of evolving federal health information regulation.

Date: Thursday, December 6, 2012
Time (local time): 8:30 - 11:45 am

Credit hours: 3.0 CLE / Ethics (pending)

Cost:
$50/credit
$125 for 3 credits
Discounts available

Location: JW Marriott Indianapolis
Meeting Room 209, 10 S. West Street, Indianapolis 46204

Provider: IU Maurer School of Law / CLEAR

Contact and registration information:
Craig Jackson
812-856-5621
scjackso@indiana.edu
www.clearhealthinfo.iu.edu

 

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