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2015 Health, Labor and Employment Law Institute: Session 2
  • IN0216D2

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The 2015 Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute offered more breakout sessions on the latest developments in health, labor, and employment law than ever before. In session 2 of the HLE webcast replays, explore three valuable and timely topics including: patient privacy in police investigations, the emergence of retail health clinics, and the relationship between ADA, FMLA, and Worker’s Compensation Laws.

The Intersection of the ADA, FMLA, and Worker’s Compensation Laws

Review the ADA, FMLA, and worker's compensation laws and learn how these laws intermingle, affecting employees and employers using real-life scenarios. Hear about the panelists’ own experiences as well as experiences shared by attendees at the live session at the 2015 Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute. See how they interpreted these laws for their clients, and discover how you can interpret them for your own clients.

Stephanie M. Brown, Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, Equal Rights Division, Milwaukee; Doug Feldman, Lindner & Marsack, S.C., Milwaukee; James A. Walcheske, Walcheske & Luzi LLC, Brookfield

Cops and Docs: Patient Privacy and Law Enforcement Access

Given the numerous state and federal privacy laws that govern health information, health care providers are often at a loss about what information and access should or should not be shared with law enforcement. Coming up with the right answer is often exacerbated by the timing and urgency of the request, as well as the determination and stated authority of the requester. In this session, a health lawyer (who knows a bit about criminal law) and a criminal lawyer with extensive experience training law enforcement (who knows a bit about HIPAA) will discuss:

  • The differing roles, responsibilities, legal authority, and objectives of law enforcement and health care providers
  • HIPAA and other privacy laws that should be considered
  • Wisconsin statutes mandating disclosure in certain circumstances
  • How to work through the "must we, may we, should we, or shouldn't we disclose" question to reach the appropriate answer for your organization and the facts at hand
  • Practical tips for working together in a constructive manner

David H. Perlman, Wisconsin Department of Justice, Madison; Diane M. Welsh, von Briesen & Roper S.C., Madison

Retail Health Clinics: Innovations in Drive-Through Health Care

Cover basic characteristics of retail health clinics, including who is creating these clinics and why, and whether retail clinics are meeting expectations. You'll also examine the legal challenges retail clinics face, including:

  • Scope of practice issues
  • Supervisory requirements
  • Health information collection issues
  • Insurance reimbursement
  • Liability concerns

Barbara J. Zabawa, The Center for Health Law Equity LLC, McFarland

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