Executives from The Advisory Board Company, Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems, Florida Blue and Memorial Healthcare System will join our attorneys on September 12 for Broad and Cassel’s fourth annual Health Forum – “Health Care Delivery System Transformation: From Volume to Value-Based Reimbursement.”
Keynote speakers include Matthew Stevens, senior director with The Advisory Board Company, and Meg Grimaldi, compliance officer for Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems, an integrated healthcare system based in Maine. Grimaldi will address challenges faced by accountable care organizations concerning HIPAA. Other speakers include: John Benz, chief strategic officer, Memorial Healthcare System; Andy Marino, vice president of network development, Florida Blue; and Sanjay Deo, founder and CEO, HIPAA-HITECH-SOLUTIONS.
In addition, Broad and Cassel partner and nationally known health law attorney Gabriel Imperato will moderate a panel discussion on compliance. Partner Mike Segal will moderate a panel discussion on strategies in moving to accountable care, and Stephen Siegel, of counsel for the firm, will moderate a panel on HIPAA. Other Broad and Cassel attorneys will join as panelists including Christine Worthen, Vanessa Reynolds, Michael Bittman and Lester Perling.
Sponsors for the Health Forum include HIPAA-HITECH-SOLUTIONS, Ellen Schulman Public Relations, SunTrust, Fiske & Company, ProAssurance Companies, Broward County Medical Association, Medical Group Management Association, Palm Beach County Medical Society, Dade County Medical Association, South Florida Hospital and Healthcare Association, and South Florida Hospital News.
What: Fourth Annual Broad and Cassel Health Forum ($80 includes a light lunch and a cocktail reception following the presentations)
When: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm Friday, September 12
Where: Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood, Fla.
To register, click here or contact Elizabeth Levine at email@example.com or 407.839.4229.