Parker Hudson is a featured contributor in the American Health Law Association's (AHLA) new docuseries titled "Health Law Disruption: 2030 and Beyond." The series presents a collective narrative of stories from across the health law industry, highlighting initiatives to innovate and stay ahead of future disruption trends.
In Parker Hudson's segment titled "Agility and Speed Disrupting the Future of Health Law," Partner Tracy Field and Of Counsel Tara Ravi expand on the critical interactions between attorneys with diverse backgrounds and the advantages of a smaller, agile firm. Also former Federal prosecutor, Partner Bob Brennan discusses the importance of being proactive with compliance to healthcare regulations in order to avoid and defend against government investigations and False Claims Act liability, and Of Counsel Stefan Grow, who previously served as General Counsel to Florida’s Agency For Healthcare Administration, highlights the expanding data requirements for government-provided health services.
The "Health Law Disruption: 2030 and Beyond" series tells the story of the rapid changes health law is undergoing, exploring disruption and other themes such as:
- The future workforce, and attracting a younger demographic within health law
- Promoting diversity and inclusion, equity and equality within health law
- Broadening of the health law profession and the growing need for specialization
- Driving standards in a changing market and the increase in the competition to provide health law services
- Increase in use of technology, adoption for greater efficiency, big data and new disruptive technologies
- Financial pressure on providers with increased demand for lower costs and alternative fees
- Excellence through education, innovations in professional development and demand for substantive training
- Increased consolidation of providers and growth of In-house legal departments
The full series is streaming on the AHLA website here.