Health Care Contracts: A Clause-By-Clause Guide to Drafting and Negotiation (AHLA Members)
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Already a bestselling title, the second edition of Health Care Contracts: A Clause-By-Clause Guide to Drafting and Negotiation is designed not only for attorneys relatively new to reviewing, drafting, and negotiating health care contracts, but also for veteran negotiators looking for concise and practical insight into evolving techniques and concepts.
With new chapters on non-competes, insurance, interoperability, and negotiating strategies, this extensively revised and completely updated new edition is designed to be accessible and immediately valuable. Expert analysis contains numerous examples of sample contract language, discusses the context in which they are used, and offers practical advice for negotiating.
Tackling major regulations and risk areas for health care organizations, like the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the federal Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS), and the False Claims Act, Health Care Contracts provides the tools necessary to determine whether a proposed venture is even permissible under federal and state health care laws, as well as guidance on devising creative contracting solutions.
Purchase of print edition or eBook includes complimentary access to time-saving downloadable examples of contract language from throughout the book.
EDITOR IN CHIEF: Dorthula Powell-Woodson
LIST OF AUTHORS: Elise Barajas, Claire Bass, Jenna Brofsky, Matthew M. Brohm, Sarah Browning, Stacey L. Callaghan, Alisa Chestler, Matthew Cin, Cynthia M. Conner, Ritu Kaur Cooper, Andrew Droke, Geoff Drucker, Alexander B. Foster, Sarah Hogan, Jennifer Csik Hutchens, David E. Kopans, Allison Minicky, Ashley Ogedegbe, Megan C. Phillips, Cynthia Y. Reisz, Scott Robertson, Angelique Salib, Susan O. Scheutzow, Bryna Shmerling, Jennifer R. Shoup, Thomas D. Spellman, Cori Casey Turner, Adam C. Varley
The First Edition ISBN was 9781663323699.
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To be published March, 2024
Table of contents
Recent Titles from the American Health Law Association
About the Editor
About the Authors
About the American Health Law Association
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH CARE CONTRACTING, ISSUE SPOTTING,
AND REGULATORY CONSIDERATIONS
CHAPTER 2 THE HEALTH CARE LAWYER’S ROLE
CHAPTER 3 NEGOTIATION TECHNIQUES AND STRATEGIES
CHAPTER 4 REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES
CHAPTER 5 INDEMNIFICATION PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 6 LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND DAMAGES
CHAPTER 7 INSURANCE PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 8 FRAUD AND ABUSE PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 9 PRIVACY AND SECURITY PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 10 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 11 INTEROPERABILITY PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 12 FORCE MAJEURE PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 13 NON-COMPETE PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 13 APPENDIX
CHAPTER 14 TERMINATION PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 15 DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROVISIONS
APPENDIX—TABLE OF SAMPLE CLAUSES