8:30 – 10:30 am EST
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McDermott Will & Emery is pleased to host another complimentary webcast, entitled The China Health Care Regulatory and Compliance Landscape. This is the second webcast in a two-part series, and will provide insight into the evolving China health care industry and the potential it holds for U.S.-based hospitals and health systems, including academic medical centers. The program will cover the regulatory landscape while addressing government investigations and emphasizing the importance of support from foreign investors. Session topics include the following:
Providing Health Care Services in China: The Regulatory Landscape
- Physician Services
- Hospital Licensure and Permitting
Addressing Government Investigations and Ensuring Compliance
- U.S. Anti-Corruption Law
- Chinese Anti-Corruption Regulation
David J.D. Dai, Partner, MWE China Law Offices
John Z.L. Huang, Managing Partner, MWE China Law Offices
John C. Kocoras, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
Leon C.G. Liu, Partner, MWE China Law Offices
Dale Van Demark, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
For more information, please contact McDermott Events.
CLE credit for the live presentation of this program is pending in the following states: California, Illinois and New York. A Uniform Certificate of Attendance will be made available to participants requesting CLE credit in all other states. Credit shall be awarded only for attendance of the entire webcast; no partial credit shall be awarded for attending a portion of the webcast. Please note that in accordance with applicable state MCLE rules regarding attendance validation, each attendee seeking credit must log in to the webcast individually. Credit will not be granted for multiple attendees using one log in. Please be advised that CLE credit will not be approved for on-demand/recorded viewings of this program in the states listed above. Attendees seeking credit in other states should consult their state CLE accrediting agency to determine whether self-study credit can be earned for on-demand/recorded viewing of this program.