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Join us on October 28, 2022 for our Des Moines Employment Law Seminar.
Labor Shortage and the Great Resignation: Using Immigration as a Workforce Recruitment and Retention Tool Webinar
On Tuesday, September 22, 2022 Fredrikson and Byron Immigration attorneys Loan Huynh, Jenny Bouta Mojica, and Mimi Alworth hosted a webinar on how employers can use various immigration visa options and pathways to lawful permanent resident status (green cards) to hire and/or retain foreign national employees.
Some healthcare organizations are seeking to consolidate while others strive to remain independent. Whatever your goal, it is important to understand the possible structures that can help you achieve it.
Join us on October 28, 2022 for the Fredrikson & Byron’s 38th Annual Employment & Labor Law Seminar. Bring a new balance to your workplace – one where employee desires and organizational priorities peacefully co-exist for greater productivity and harmony. Transcend your rockiest challenges with legal and practical guidance on disciplinary concerns, remote work, wage & hour, accommodations, harassment and more.
It’s back! Each August, we answer your most common questions and address questions from the audience. How do split/shared visits work? Can we send outside medical records? What is the place of service for a telehealth visit? If we are changing a practice going forward, does that mean we have to refund for the past?
On June 27, 2022 Fredrikson & Byron’s Employment & Labor Group discussed the legal implications of prevention policies, procedures and training initiatives, employee surveillance measures, and best practices for responses to overt and subtle threats of violence by or against employees.
The Two-Midnight Rule is arguably one of the easiest Medicare rules to explain: if the doctor expects a patient to require two nights of hospital care, the patient should be admitted as an inpatient. But it will be easy to fill an hour discussing how government contractors, consultants and hospital UR teams have frequently misinterpreted the rule, mistakenly applying other tests like InterQual or MCG to determine Medicare patient status.
Health Law Webinar—What Health Organizations Should Know about Intellectual Property and Advertising Law
Our June Health Law Webinar will explore the current tips, trends and trouble-spots in advertising law and provide you with practical advice on maximizing the effectiveness of your communications while minimizing risk.
Our May Health Law Webinar presented a basic overview of the regulatory framework governing coding and billing for governmental and private payors. It began with a basic introduction of the issues and concluded with common questions.