Foley Partners, Michael Blau, Larry Vernaglia and Mark Waxman will be presenting at the 8th Annual Hospital and Health Care Law Conference, May 18, 2007 in Boston, Mass.
MCLE's eighth annual Hospital and Health Care Law Conference focuses on the implications of the emerging federal and state initiatives on the health care industry and on other significant legal developments affecting provider and payor compliance and legal issues. The conference features an engaging mix of lectures and moderated industry-focused workshop discussions presented by leading private attorneys, government representatives and health industry professionals.
Plenary Session—Critical Legal Issues in Massachusetts Health Reform Legislation
The program begins with a plenary session, Doing Business with the Connector, presented by Jamie Wollison Katz, Esq., General Counsel of the Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority. The presentation focuses on provider and plan relationships with the Connector; and giving an update on new products and legal developments in health care reform. This session provides a “lawyers view” of the changed Massachusetts health care coverage landscape.
Industry-Focused Roundtable Workshops
Next, the conference offers three concurrent workshops with succinct expert-level presentations on critical issues facing three industry segments: Hospitals and Health Systems; Physicians and Physician Organizations and Health Plans. Registrants can customize the Conference to suit your interests by choosing one of the workshops. Each concurrent workshop features presentations by expert panelists, followed by moderated discussions on current legal issues pressing on the industry.
Keynote Panel – Reporting Out: Sharing New Trends & Insights
This panel discussion is the capstone presentation of the day. Breakout session leaders will summarize the industry-focused presentations in order to benefit the entire audience. This highly interactive and participatory session highlights the latest trends, best practices, and the shared expertise of faculty and registrants in all three practice areas.
Panels and Workshops Include: