The new Bloomberg Law Outlook on Health Law provides a detailed examination of complex issues


ARLINGTON, Va., February 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Bloomberg Law today announced the publication of its Health Law Outlook 2022, which provides distinct resources to help practitioners navigate complex regulatory and compliance initiatives. The new report features exclusive content including the latest news coverage, in-depth practitioner perspectives and ready-to-use practical guidance documents. A free copy is available for download at

the 2022 outlook on health law understand:

  • Key articles from Bloomberg’s Law news desk covering changing health care worker vaccination mandates, upcoming union contract expirations and increased payouts for the unvaccinated.
  • Career prospects on the response to a DOJ survey on pandemic billing and the areas healthcare organizations need to watch in 2022.
  • Practical advice including an Integrated Data Network Compliance Program Policy, Annotated Consent to Treatment for telehealth-based services, and Advance Payment for Care (BPCI) Agreement/Compliance Review Guidelines.

“It is likely that no other industry has been so deeply affected by the global pandemic as healthcare. The 2022 Health Law Outlook includes a detailed review of key activity in recent months and developments planned over the coming year,” said Joe BredaPresident, Bloomberg Law. “Bloomberg’s Law fully integrated platform provides attorneys advising healthcare organizations with timely information, practical advice and tools to prepare for ongoing compliance and enforcement activity. »

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