Hospitals, health systems and large multi-specialty physician practices have spent the better part of the last decade growing their depth and breadth of reach, both vertically and horizontally. Hospital mergers and physician practice acquisitions have created mammoth organizations with almost unlimited capabilities. This reach has created new horizons in healthcare excellence through the adoption of clinical best practices and the technical wherewithal to broadcast those practices systemwide.
This program will explore the development of a number of healthcare delivery structures, including clinically integrated networks, organized delivery systems, multiple employer welfare arrangements, and health system-based health insurance companies to best position healthcare organizations for the challenges of the mid-21st century.
With this healthcare infrastructure now in place, this presentation will provide valuable strategic and legal insights to organizations that are setting their sights on organizing the delivery of care to their constituent bases, including the sharing of risks and rewards with entities contracting for their services for the delivery of higher quality care, development and adoption of best practices, use of technology and data analytics, electronic medical records, and risk contracting with commercial and governmental payers.
This program will be presented by attorneys from the law firm of Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP.
Neil M. Sullivan, Counsel, Healthcare Department
Glenn P. Prives, Partner, Healthcare Department
James A. Robertson, Chair, Healthcare Department