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Litigating Personal Injury Claims in Tennessee: ACA and HIPAA Rules - On-Demand
On June 25, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the legality of subsidies for millions of Americans who have signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
The goals of the ACA are to reduce the number of uninsured individuals and to reduce the cost of health care. If these goals are reached, what will be the impact of the ACA on personal injury settlements? It’s still early in the game, but it's crucial for you to understand the effects so you can best serve your clients.
Watch this interactive webinar on-demand when presenter Mathew Zenner will analyze certain elements of a personal injury claim — lost wages, future medical expenses, and pain and suffering — to determine the ACA’s possible impact. He will also review the basics of the HIPAA Privacy Rule and discuss its role in the litigation of personal injury claims in Tennessee.
Your Webinar Agenda:
- The Affordable Care Act (ACA)
- Key provisions of ACA
- Impact of ACA on personal injury awards and settlements
- Future medical expenses and calculation of life care plans under ACA
- Pain and suffering and ACA
- HIPAA Privacy Rule
- The basics
- Litigation and HIPAA Security Rule
- Health information in litigation
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About your presenter:
McCune, Zenner and Happell
McCune, Zenner and Happell founding Partner Mathew Zenner concentrates on the areas of Personal Injury, Products Liability, Employment Discrimination, and Medical Malpractice. Mr. Zenner is admitted to practice in all Tennessee Trial Courts, the Tennessee Court of Appeals and Supreme Court, the U.S. District Court (Middle, Western, and Eastern Section of Tennessee), and the U.S. Court of Appeals (Sixth Circuit).