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Telehealth Update - October 2020
Telehealth expansion increased significantly during the COVID-19 lockdowns.  The next big question is whether these changes will remain for the long-term.  In this seminar, we provide an update on the law, regulation, and payment of Telehealth.  Learn the latest in Telehealth and Telemedicine services.

Thursday, October 22nd @ 12 Noon ET
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The Legal and Financial Impact of COVID-19; Recovery Strategies and Credit Facility Workouts for Healthcare Practitioners
Financial recovery will require careful planning and strategy for medical practice owners and healthcare providers.  Health practitioners are in a unique situation where the value of their business is tied closely to personal services and bankruptcy options are unpalatable due to potential license and credential concerns.

Wednesday, June 17th @ 10 AM ET
Get more info about this LIVE audio webcast (CLE 3983) from The Florida Bar Health Law Section.
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COVID-19’s Impact on Contractual Obligations with Practical Pointers for Businesses
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause havoc, including impacting the inability of parties to perform contractual obligations.  In this seminar, we explore some of the legal defenses and practical considerations for parties seeking to enforce, or defend against enforcement of contractual obligations during a pandemic.  The discussion includes the legal defenses of force majeure clauses, the doctrine of impossibility of performance, and the doctrine of frustration of purpose.

Friday, June 12th @ 2:30 PM ET
Get more info about the 2020 Mega Conference.  Virtual & Interactive with Live Q&A.
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COVID-19’s Impact on Contractual Obligations with Practical Pointers for Businesses
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause havoc, including impacting the inability of parties to perform contractual obligations. In this seminar, we explore some of the legal defenses and practical considerations for parties seeking to enforce, or defend against enforcement of contractual obligations during a pandemic. The discussion includes the legal defenses of force majeure clauses, the doctrine of impossibility of performance, and the doctrine of frustration of purpose.

Thursday, May 21st @ 12 Noon ET
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The First 30 Minutes:  Addressing Financial Obligations with Debt and Credit Facility Workout Strategies
While many in the medical community have been working tirelessly dealing with the coronavirus, many others have seen their practices reduced substantially.  Extreme debt and credit issues, likely unforeseen just a few months ago, may be threatening the future viability of the practice.  In this seminar, we discuss strategies for negotiating financial obligations with a focus on the unique circumstances of licensed healthcare professionals and medical practice owners.

Wednesday, May 13th @ 12 Noon ET
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The First 30 Minutes:  COVID-19 Legal Update for the Medical Community and Those Who Advise Them
In this seminar, we continue to our efforts to keep you advised of the latest developments in medical and health law, particularly as effected by our national emergency. The coronavirus is impacting all areas of the healthcare industry, including licensing, reciprocity, payment, technology (including AI and telehealth developments). In this First 30 Minutes session, we bring you the latest legal updates.

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The First 30 Minutes:  Strategies for Medical and Health Professionals to Protect Assets During the COVID-19 Crisis
In this seminar, we discuss how to evaluate your current situation and implement strategies to protect yourself and your practice against long-term financial repercussions stemming from the coronavirus. Is it too late to make changes to how you hold your practice assets, investments, and other personal assets?  We discuss the answer to this question and how to act accordingly.

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Join us on:  March 31st @ 12 Noon ET

Eric presents his Special Report.

The First 30 Minutes:  Expanded Rules Help Doctors Get Paid for Telehealth Work During Coronavirus Emergency
Learn about the new changes allow payment for virtual patient care. The latest coronavirus has driven change to payment protocols. Learn how physicians and healthcare professionals can get paid for servicing patients remotely via phone and internet.

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Live from AdventHealth Orlando (formerly Florida Hospital)
and simulcast for those unable to attend in person.

Join us on:  March 24th @ 12 Noon ET

AdventHealth Orlando
St. John Conference Room
Executive Tower, 6th Floor, #604
550 East Rollins Street
Orlando, FL 32803


Eric presents his latest seminar: 

The First 30 Minutes:  Considerations when Buying or Selling a Healthcare Practice
Learn about the personal, financial, and legal considerations involved in the purchase or sale of a healthcare-related business. From whether to structure the purchase as an asset or stock purchase, entity selection and financing, to dealing with third-party vendors and payors. In this seminar, we discuss common legal issues and challenges that healthcare business owners face in the purchase or sales process.

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Live from AdventHealth Orlando (formerly Florida Hospital)
and simulcast for those unable to attend in person.

Join us on:  February 25th @ 12 Noon ET

AdventHealth Orlando
St. John Conference Room
Executive Tower, 6th Floor, #604
550 East Rollins Street
Orlando, FL 32803


Eric presents his latest seminar: 

The First 30 Minutes:  Five Key Components to Physician Employment Agreements
Learn about key legal components that are often overlooked or under-appreciated in physician employment agreements. These may not be the most commonly discussed but are no less important. Attendees will learn the legal implications of some of these less common clauses.

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