Pennsylvania Bar Institute's 19th Annual Health Law Institute

12-13 March 2013
Pennsylvania Convention Center, 12th and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Seminar

Fasten your seatbelts and let the experts at the Health Law Institute steer you through the turbulence

As the country grapples with changes in health care law and policy, you’ll need to be up to speed now more than ever. The U.S. Supreme Court has spoken, but many questions remain. The experts at the Institute will provide you with the information you need to know and share their insights into how you can best protect your clients and prepare for 2014.

Plunge into the details or dive into the basics

Engage in high level topics with first-rate practitioners. Roundtable discussions allow you to benefit from interactive dialogue with your colleagues who are tackling similar issues. You’ll be able to take back to the office, and your clients, advice that counts. Are you new to the field or do you want an update? Stick to the “basics” track. You’ll cover essential topics with experts who will be catering to the beginner.

Navigate your own course

With dozens of topics to choose from, you’ll be able to hone in on those that are the most important to your practice. As always, the Institute will include ethics topics so you’ll be able to fulfill your yearly CLE requirement by attending both days of the Institute.

Take off with the health law community in Pennsylvania

As the country embarks on implementing a new system without much guidance to rely on, take advantage of the chance to talk through the issues with your friends and colleagues. The faculty members at the Health Law Institute are not only experts, but they want to share what they do. Benefit from their collective wealth of knowledge and find out exactly what you want to know.

Reed Smith Speakers include:

  • Brad Rostolsky: “The ‘Other Side’ of HIPAA Compliance – Business Associate Compliance and BAA Hot Topics”, March 12, 2013 at 2:25 pm (with Beth Rubin of PNC Bank).
  • Sal Rotella: “Billing and Compliance in the Behavioral Health Care Industry”, March 13 at 9:45 am (with Gregory Fliszar of Cozen O’Connor).
  • Karl Thallner: “Fair Market Value and Commercial Reasonable Analysis: A Silver Bullet or a Smoking Gun?”, March 13 at 8:30 am (with Cliff Simmons, CPA of Baratz & Associates).

For more information or to register, please click here.