Legal Requirements for Reporting and Education for Human Trafficking and Health Care Providers

As part of the American Hospital Association’s Hospitals Against Violence initiative, the AHA, Jones Day and HEAL Trafficking have come together to provide resources to health care providers across the nation who are fighting the global scourge of human trafficking. To support that initiative, Jones Day developed a new tool to help providers navigate the complex roadmap of their reporting and education obligations. With the increased role of telehealth and multistate practitioners, the need for this type of resource is growing.

In addition to the tool, a Jones Day Talks podcast featuring AHA, HEAL Trafficking and Jones Day leaders dives into the details of the tool and how it can best be used by health care providers.


Human Trafficking and Health Care Providers: Legal Requirements for Reporting and Education

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