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American Health Law Association

Top Ten Issues in Health Law 2021

By Constance Akridge, Co-Author

American Health Law Association

In a January 2021 American Health Law Association article, healthcare practitioners provide an overview of top priorities to watch in 2021, including changes a new administration will bring, fraud and abuse trends, racial equity in health outcomes, telehealth expansion, and more. Holland & Hart’s Connie Akridge, a healthcare partner in the firm’s Las Vegas office, provides insights in the section titled, “Price Transparency: The Transformation Saga Continues in 2021.”

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Connie Akridge helps insurance and healthcare clients with a wide range of litigation, administrative, and regulatory matters. Using the experience she’s gained in 30 years of practice in this highly specialized area, Connie works closely and proactively with her insurance and healthcare clients to make sure they are in compliance with new and existing laws and regulations. Connie’s clients include HMOs, managed care organizations, health insurers, hospitals, physicians, and ancillary healthcare providers.

This article originally appeared in American Health Law Association online, January 1, 2021.

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