Young Moore Sponsors Health Law CLE

The Health Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association held its annual meeting and CLE on April 22nd titled Change Can Happen Fast – Bring an Umbrella. Young Moore attorney, David A. Senter, Jr. is a current Co-chair of the Health Law Section Council CLE Committee and served as a planner of this event. Young Moore sponsored the program.

The day-long program was held at the North Carolina Bar Center in Cary, NC and comprised of panels and presentations by lawyers and healthcare industry professionals on topics including:

  • Health Care Innovations and Their Impacts
  • The Telemedicine Explosion: Policy Considerations and Practical Realities
  • HR Gone WILD: Shots, Shouts, Shortages and More
  • Privacy and Data Compliance Challenges From All Angles: Practical Tips to Manage Risk
  • How to Be a Peace-Filled Attorney

David A. Senter, Jr. is a shareholder at Young Moore where he educates and advises clients in matters pertaining to healthcare privacy and data security, breach notification and reporting requirements, and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance. David currently serves as the Interim Associate Compliance Officer and Director of Privacy of an Academic Medical Center in North Carolina. Read more

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