23rd Annual Health Law Seminar
Click her to view the "Private Equity Healthcare Overview" — supplement to the session “Exploring New Frontiers – Health Care Transactions.”
Click here to view the "False Claims Act" supplement and click here to view the "Fraud Statistics — Overview" supplement to the session “Recent False Claims Act Developments and Trends.”
Join us for the firm's 23rd Annual Health Law Seminar on July 25, 2019. This full-day seminar will address current issues and recent developments in health law. Highlights include a panel on False Claims Act trends, with front-line perspectives from seasoned Gray Plant Mooty white collar defense attorneys Greg Merz and Eric Yaffe, along with qui tam attorney Susan M. Coler. In addition, the firm's attorneys will join Carla Borda from Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting to discuss insurance issues for health care providers, including coverage options in the areas of billing and reimbursement, privacy and fraud, and abuse. We’ll also discuss the hot topic of cybersecurity, as well as the latest deal trends in health care transactions. Our full lineup is below; we hope to see you there!
- Health Care Regulatory Update: Year in Review
Jesse Berg, Gray Plant Mooty
- Cybersecurity: Managing Threats, Protecting Information, and Responding to Breaches
- Will My Insurance Really Cover That? Coverage Options for Health Care Providers
Carla Borda, Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting
- Panel: Recent False Claims Act Developments and Trends
Greg Merz, Gray Plant Mooty, Eric Yaffe, Gray Plant Mooty, & Susan M. Coler, Halunen Law
- Exploring New Frontiers – Health Care Transactions
- Employment Update: Hot Topics for Health Care Providers
Megan Anderson, Gray Plant Mooty
Registration and Breakfast
8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Minneapolis Marriott NW
7025 Northland Dr. N.
Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
Complimentary parking available on-site.
Continental breakfast and lunch will be served.
Free for all attendees
Applied for 4.75 hours of Continuing Legal Education (MN-CLE), Health Care Compliance, Board of Social Work (BOSW), and Nursing Home Administrators (NHA) credit.