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Structuring Medical Office Building Transactions: From Concept to Completion
The Health Care Transactions Program is a unique opportunity to learn the latest commercial developments, strategies and deal forecasts from noted experts. Gain insight into the business and legal issues involving contemporary healthcare business transactions, including emerging care models, M&A trends, financing techniques, deal risk management strategies, post integration lessons and many more.
Speaker(s): Andrew A. Dick
Organizer: American Health Lawyers Association
Venue: Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, TN - Get A Map
Social Media in the Workplace: Friend or Foe?
Speaker(s): Kevin A. Stella
Organizer: Indiana Health Care Association
Venue: Blue Chip Casino, IN - Get A Map
The Art of the Deal – A Practical Guide to MOB Development Transactions
Learn to navigate the shoals and tides of medical office building development in today’s market from a panel with extensive development, financing and legal experience. We will take you through the steps of a successful MOB transaction with particular attention to the Stark, Anti-Kickback and accounting compliance issues that can scuttle or delay your deal. The program will also feature practical suggestions to resolve issues that commonly arise among developers, health care providers and lenders such as use restrictions and prohibitions on transfers.
Speaker(s): Robert A. Hicks
Organizer: Building Owners and Managers Association International
Venue: Omni Nashville Hotel, TN - Get A Map
The Transformation of Healthcare: The Affordable Care Act Policy and Practice Update
This presentation provides a brief history of health care sponsored, provided or financed by the U.S. government. It reviews and explores the political, fiscal, organizational and practical effects of these policies as a driver and modifier of patient and provider behavior. It discusses the practical effects of policy implementation and explores the various facets of the ACA and the effect of the program on patients, providers, states and politicians.
Speaker(s): John C. Render
Organizer: Indiana Association for Healthcare Quality
Venue: Marten House, IN - Get A Map
Ensure Rentals and Lease Arrangements Are Commercially Reasonable and Adhere to Stark Law Requirements
Speaker(s): Andrew A. Dick
Venue: Hyatt at the Bellvue, PA - Get A Map
Employment Law 101 - How to Manage Your Personnel Issues Without Stepping in It!
Speaker(s): Dana E. Stutzman
Venue: Washington Hilton, District of Columbia - Get A Map
Social Media in the Workplace: Defining the Parameters of Employer Curtailment of Employee Social Media Activity
This entertaining program addresses three primary areas of concern: (1) using social media to investigate employee and potential employees; (2) disciplining current employees for questionable social media content; and (3) promulgating and enforcing a lawful social media policy in the wake of recent decisions from the National Labor Relations Board.
Employment Law 101: How to Manage Your Personnel Issues Without Stepping in It!
The lecture is designed for practice administrators that have 1 to 3 years of experience. Background information is provided on the concept of “employment at will” and what it means for orthopaedic practices. The exceptions to employment at will are discussed in depth, as are the variety of federal laws that protect the workforce. Finally, the concept of “just cause” is explained so that participants will understand how to get to “just cause” for termination in any employment situation.
Speaker(s): Dana E. Stutzman, Travis P. Meek
Organizer: The American Association of Orthopaedic Executives
Venue: Columbia Hall, Washington, D.C. - Get A Map
Reasonable Accommodations in an Unreasonable Legal Environment
Speaker(s): Jennifer H. Gonzalez
Organizer: Michigan Council of the Society for Human Resource Management
Venue: Cobo Center, MI - Get A Map