Make plans to attend King & Spalding's 26th Annual Health Law & Policy Forum, a one-day conference focusing on the latest developments in the healthcare industry, on March 20th in Atlanta.
Jeffrey Toobin is a high-profile senior analyst for CNN and staff writer for The New Yorker. He is one of the country's most esteemed experts on politics, media and the law. With unparalleled journalistic skill, Toobin has provided analysis on some of the most provocative and important events of our time. Make plans now to hear this highly respected nationally recognized figure in law and politics discuss the Supreme Court and how it may impact health policy in the next administration.
The final session will be followed by a closing networking reception.
St. Regis Hotel
88 West Paces Ferry Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
$95 per person, which includes lunch. Register today, capacity is limited.
Please contact Megan Wolszczak at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have additional questions.
Forum Sessions will include:
Jacque Sokolov, M.D., Chairman of SSB Solutions, Jimmy Peterson, Principal at Deloitte, Phillip Street and Jay Mitchell will discuss new strategies in the formation of clinically integrated networks and transactions in the post-acute care sector.
Chris Rohn, Managing Director at PWC, Paul B. Murphy and Mike Paulhus will discuss the impact of the Escobar decision and the Yates memo on False Claims Act enforcement.
Dennis Barry, advisor to Southwest Virginia Healthcare Authority and former partner, Norm Armstrong and Jeff Spigel will discuss the FTC's enforcement activities, including its view of certain state actions used to thwart FTC objections.
Mark Polston, Chris Kenny and C'Reda Weeden will discuss MACRA and its impact on physician compensation models in the hospital setting.
Tom Spulak and Allison Kassir will discuss how the 2016 election will shape health policy (including the future of PPACA) in the coming years.
Stephen Goff and Jim Boswell will discuss developments in provider and payor relationships, including new contracting strategies.
Gary Eiland and Adam Robinson will discuss affiliations between academic medical centers and community hospitals.