Spencer Fane attorney Ayesha Mehdi was recently reappointed by the ABA (American Bar Association) as a Health Law Section leader. Ayesha will serve as Vice Chair of the Healthcare Fraud & Compliance interest group.
Spencer Fane attorney Ayesha Mehdi recently published two articles on health care law.
Spencer Fane attorney Sean McKenna will co-present an upcoming Health Care Compliance Association webinar on compliance with the Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute.
Spencer Fane attorney Julie Roth was recently interviewed by The Wall Street Journal in an article detailing Amazon’s acquisition of the online pharmacy PillPack, and the health data privacy implications of the transaction.
Spencer Fane attorney Ellen E. Stewart was recently featured by the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) in an article about her presentation at the 2018 HFMA Annual Conference.
Spencer Fane attorney Donn Herring was recently interviewed by St. Louis Public Radio on how health privacy laws may affect a dispute between lawmakers and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (MDHSS).
Attorney Aims to Promote City’s Economic Development
Spencer Fane LLP is pleased to announce Brett Bogan was recently appointed chairman of the Overland Park Chamber of Commerce, a business organization dedicated to enhancing the community’s business environment and quality of life.
Spencer Fane Partner Julie Roth provided an overview of hospitals’ obligations under the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) to hospital senior-level administrators, attorneys, clinical management, and risk and quality managers at two Kansas Hospital Association conferences November 29 and 30.
In conjunction with the Kansas Hospital Association and Missouri Hospital Association, Spencer Fane attorneys Laura Bond and Donn Herring will conduct a free educational webinar Tuesday, November 14, noon-1:30.
Spencer Fane is proud to announce its involvement with the opening of Labette Health’s Independence Healthcare Center in Independence, Kansas. For the first time since 2015, about 20,000 people who live in Southeast Kansas have access to critical emergency medical care.