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FRIDAY, ELDREDGE & CLARK, LLP is a full-service law firm representing businesses, nonprofits, healthcare organizations, government entities and individual clients in Arkansas and across the United States.

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Bradley S. Runyon

Bradley S. Runyon
September 22, 2020

Attorney Brad Runyon Presented with Exceptional Peformance Citation From DRI

The Defense Research Institute (DRI) recently presented Attorney Bradley S. Runyon with the Exceptional Performance Citation for his exemplar performance as the President of the Arkansas Association of Defense Counsel. The DRI is the largest international association of defense lawyers. Brad is lead counsel in many medical malpractice cases and conducts all aspects of discovery and defense preparation. He has served as counsel in several medical malpractice jury trials resulting in defense verdicts.
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What’s Possible: Shift from Disruption to Innovation

HORNE Healthcare in partnership with Friday, Eldredge & Clark invite you to a Town Hall and Q&A on Tuesday, September 29 at 12pm CT. If you can’t attend in person, please register now and you’ll automatically receive a recording of the session. We look forward to a lively conversation and encourage you to submit questions before and during the meeting. Questions addressed will include: HHS/Provider Relief Funds – What is the latest on reporting requirements and best practices surrounding reporting? Financial Reporting and Compliance – How can facilities prepare for a Single Audit? Telehealth Update - What will the “new normal” look like from a telehealth perspective? Mandatory Vaccine Policies - While most hospitals have implemented mandatory flu vaccine policies, how will we handle the COVID-19 vaccines?

  • Tuesday September 29, 2020 Free
  • 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
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AHA Education - 21st Century Cures Act

Arkansas Hospital Association's Webinar "21st Century Cares Act" will be presented by Attorneys Lynda Johnson and Amie Alexander. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) have released two final regulations related to driving more interoperability and data exchange across the healthcare industry. These rules implement directives from the 21st Century Cures Act and President Trump’s Executive Order 13813 to promote health care choice and competition. Both final rules bring change and new compliance concerns for healthcare providers. The ONC Interoperability and Information Blocking Final Regulation implements key provisions of the Cures Act focused on advancing interoperability; supporting the access, exchange, and use of electronic health information (EHI); and addressing occurrences of information blocking. The CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Final Regulation modifies the Hospital Conditions of Participation to require new admission, discharge, and transfer event notifications effective in spring of 2021.

  • Tuesday October 6, 2020 Free for Employees of AHA Member Hospitals
  • 9:30 AM to 11:15 AM
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