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This workshop will provide up-to-date information on Wisconsin's laser and medical spa regulations, insight from successful medical spa owners on building a successful practice and cutting-edge information on marketing and branding a medical spa or aesthetic practice.
Update on Wisconsin Med Spa & Laser Laws - Katherine Kuchan, Mark Dahlby
Insurance 101: Are You Protected? Coverages You Need & Why - David Shaffer
How to Maximize your Skincare Business - Terri Wojak
Marketing Your Business, Within Your Budget - Rebecca Weston
The Secret of My Success Breakout Session - Eliza Parker, Eileen Fleer, Rebecca Weston
Accounting 101: Business Deductions Most Commonly Overlooked, Tax Implications of the Affordable Care Act and Small Business Tax Credits Available - David Thibault
Trademarking Your Brand: The Why & How - Thomas Streifender
Groupon and the Medical Spa Industry: Bad for Business? Non-Competes: What Everyone Needs to Know - Renee Coover, Robin Sheridan
Cutting Edge New Techniques (PRP, Dermaplaning, Dermapen/Microneedling) - Eliza Parker, Terri Wojak
Speaker(s): Thomas R. Streifender, Robin M. Sheridan, Katherine A. Kuchan, R.N., Mark R. Dahlby
Organizer: American Med Spa Association & Hall Render
Venue: The Milwaukee Center, WI - Get A Map
As the nation’s largest health care focused law firm, Hall Render is committed to the legal needs of the health care industry. Hall Render’s Medical Staff Services Team has assisted health systems and hospitals across the country with hundreds of medical staff matters, ranging from routine credentialing issues and complex peer review litigation to medical staff redesign. Using an interactive format, this year’s seminar will explore the latest trends related to telehealth, peer review privilege challenges, advanced practice professionals, employed physicians, credentialing across the care continuum and the role of physician executives (VPMA/CMO). We will share our knowledge and experience concerning these topics and provide practical solutions related to medical staff governance, credentialing, privileging and quality improvement. This interactive seminar is ideal for medical staff leaders, VPMA/CMOs, medical staff and peer review coordinators, risk directors or other credentialing and peer review stakeholders.
Speaker(s): James B. Hogan, Christopher C. Eades, Brian C. Betner
Venue: Swissôtel Chicago, IL - Get A Map
Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman hosts the Practical Health Retreat to provide timely and practical information on relevant health care topics to hospital and health system board members and executives. Attendees will hear about trends in health care governance, management and compliance; scenarios involving physician, payor and other provider arrangements; and effective strategies for addressing the myriad of issues facing hospitals and health systems today.
Five Trends Shaping the U.S. Health Economy - Erica Coe
Affordable Care Act Implications - Seema Verma
Provider/Payor Initiatives - James Leonard, MD
Improving the Patient Experience - James Merlino, MD
Roundtable Discussion: Physician Management - James Merlino, MD, Gregg Wallander
The Future of the Independent Physician Group - Jennifer Struck
The Future of Oncology and Specialty Products - John Hormuth
The Latest on 340B and Key Reimbursement Developments - Todd Nova, Regan Tankersley
Trends in Hospital Finance - Jimmy Peterson
Strategic Cost and Operations Analysis for Hospitals and Health Systems - James Houser
Post-Acute Alignment Models - Todd Selby
Speaker(s): Gregg M. Wallander, Regan E. Tankersley, Todd J. Selby, Todd A. Nova
Organizer: Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman
Venue: Marco Beach Ocean Resort, FL - Get A Map
2014 Indiana Legislative Update
Speaker(s): Timothy W. Kennedy, Allison L. Taylor
Organizer: HFMA Indiana Chapter
Venue: Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel, IN - Get A Map
Part III: Commercial Reasonableness in Contrast with Fair Market Value: What's the Difference and Who Makes the Call?
Moderator(s): Joseph N. Wolfe
Organizer: American Health Lawyers Association
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