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23rd Annual Health Law and Policy Forum

17 Mar 2014, 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM (Eastern Time)                            

A one-day conference focusing on the latest developments in the healthcare and life sciences industry, organized and hosted by King & Spalding.

Featured Speakers will include:

United States Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) was born and raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He received his undergraduate degree from The College of the Holy Cross and his law degree from Catholic University. Senator Casey believes that every American deserves access to high-quality, affordable health care. He has a particular interest in working to ensure that America is investing in biomedical research and new technologies that can improve the lives of people facing illness or disability. Senator Casey serves on several Senate committees, including three with jurisdiction over healthcare issues: Finance; Health, Education, Labor and Pensions; and the Special Committee on Aging.

Scott Rasmussen, Rasmussen Reports – Scott Rasmussen is a nationally known independent public opinion pollster, political analyst and author, and he is the founder and president of Rasmussen Reports. Rasmussen Reports provides in-depth data, news coverage and commentary on political, business, economic and lifestyle topics at America's most visited public opinion polling site, Mr. Rasmussen will provide his own unique perspectives on the 2016 Presidential race, Congressional races, public opinions on major issues and the implications for the healthcare industry.

Forum Sessions will include:

J.C. Boggs, David Farber and Allison Kassir of King and Spalding will discuss the uneven rollout of the Affordable Care Act and its future prospects.

Ben Brown, Chief Financial Officer of American Exchange, and Tom Hawk and Connie Dotzenrod of King & Spalding will discuss how the Affordable Care Act's incentive structures for employers and consumers will affect health insurance coverage strategies in the coming years.

David Stainback, a director with PriceWaterhouseCoopers' forensic practice, and Phyllis Sumner of King & Spalding will discuss best practices in responding to significant data breaches.

Jen Johnson, a partner with VMG Health, and Rob Keenan, Adam Robison and Michael Youtt of King & Spalding will discuss important implications for providers under the Stark Law stemming from recent court cases, including Tuomey and Halifax.

Dan McGinn, CEO of McGinn and Company, and Paul B. Murphy of King & Spalding will discuss strategies for successfully managing high profile crises to minimize reputational damage in the marketplace.

Mark Polston, Sara Kay Wheeler, Chris Kenny and Allison Kassir of King & Spalding will discuss the key components of CMS' Two Midnight Rule and implications for potential reforms of the Recovery Audit Contractor Program.

For the complete program agenda and additional information, click here. Please register early as the program frequently reaches capacity and registrations become unavailable. Registrations are not accepted on the day of the program. Information on our firm and our healthcare industry practice can be found at the K&S website.

Forum Partner:

  • Ernst & Young

Forum Co-Partners:

  • Altegra Health
  • Deloitte
  • FTI Consulting

Forum Sponsors:

  • Bennett Thrasher
  • Berkeley Research Group
  • Cain Brothers
  • Kauffman Hall
  • PWC
  • PYA

Registration Deadline: March 10, 2014.


St. Regis Hotel
88 West Paces Ferry Road
Atlanta, Georgia

Cost: $95 per person. This low price is possible thanks to the generous support of our Forum Partner, Co-Partners and Sponsors.

Contact the St. Regis Hotel at +1 404 563 7900 for room reservations and mention the King & Spalding room block.

For questions, please contact Marie Parks at