Date Course Information Credits Cost
Online

Emerging Trends in Health Care Law & Responsibility

Faculty: Michael Taromina

Nationally, disciplinary actions and professional liability lawsuits against health care practitioners are on the dramatic rise. The purpose of this seminar is to examine:

• The emerging trends and growth of medical professional liability
• The changing civil liability exposure of health care and medical professionals
• The challenges of attorneys representing both complainants and health care professionals

Date: Online

Credits: 2

$50

2

$50

Nationally, disciplinary actions and professional liability lawsuits against health care practitioners are on the dramatic rise. The purpose of this seminar is to examine:

• The emerging trends and growth of medical professional liability
• The changing civil liability exposure of health care and medical professionals
• The challenges of attorneys representing both complainants and health care professionals

NY: 2.0 Professional Practice
NJ: 2.0 General
CA: 1.5 General

To obtain PA credit, you must send your PA bar registration number to info@marinolegal.com upon completion of the course.

 

NY: 2.0 Professional Practice
NJ: 2.0 General
CA: 1.5 General

To obtain PA credit, you must send your PA bar registration number to info@marinolegal.com upon completion of the course.

Michael Taromina, Esq., is an expert in acupuncture and Oriental Medicine law and ethics. For over a decade he has litigated, educated, advocated and authored for the advancement and protection of the AOM profession in the United States. He serves as the Chair of National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine’s Professional Ethics and Disciplinary Committee. In this capacity, he co-drafted NCCAOM’s Code of Ethics and Grounds for Discipline and has personally overseen the adjudication of hundreds of acupuncture misconduct cases from all over the country.

Michael has served as pro bono legal counsel and advisor to many AOM state and national associations across the U.S. In recognition of his pro bono efforts, Michael has been the recipient of the AAAOM Award for Excellence, the NCCAOM Service Award and the TCM World Foundation Building Bridges of Integration Award.

As a faculty member, Michael has designed and taught courses in health law, ethics, liability and practice management at several AOM institutions.