Prev MonthPrev Month Next MonthNext Month
The Cures Act: What Healthcare Providers Need to Know About Information Blocking
Tuesday, November 10, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EST
Category: Events

Please join us for this very timely webinar.

The Cures Act:  What Health Care Providers Need to Know About Information Blocking

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

2:00 - 3:30 PM ET


Program Overview: This webinar will focus on elements of the Information Blocking rules that are relevant to health care providers, including a background on the federal rules implementing the CURES Act and a timetable for compliance and enforcement. We will review the Information Blocking exceptions most relevant to health care providers, and also discuss compliance with New York Law and the Information Blocking rule.


$39.00 for Members
$49.00 for Non-Members
FREE for Student Members

Mary Minor, JD, Healthcare Partner with Hancock Estabrook


Mary M. Miner is a partner in Hancock Estabrook’s Healthcare Practice. She focuses her practice on providing regulatory compliance counsel to a diverse array of entities within the healthcare industry, including health systems, health & human service providers, hospitals, continuing care retirement communities, medical practices, Independent Practice Associations, laboratories, health centers, alcohol and substance abuse treatment providers and pharmacies. Ms. Miner regularly provides compliance assistance to Healthcare Industry clients on diverse legal issues, including:

  • Patient Privacy and Cybersecurity Compliance under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the New York Shield Act and Department of Financial Services regulations;
  • New York and federal fraud and abuse laws, including the Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute, and Civil Monetary Penalties Law;
  • Advising healthcare providers and health plans on various aspects of HIPAA compliance, including preparation of HIPAA policies and procedures, negotiating business associate agreements, and advising on HIPAA risk assessments and breach notification;
  • Corporate compliance program development and implementation;
  • Corporate transactions, governance, and licensure issues;
  • Patient care issues, including informed consent and surrogate decision-making;
  • The Office of the New York State Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG), the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the New York State Attorney General’s Office (MFCU), and the Office of the Inspector General of the United States Department of Health and Human Services (OIG) audits, investigations and self-disclosure;
  • Physician-Hospital contracting; and
  • Drafting and negotiating third-party vendor, consultant and services agreements.