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Making Health Care Reform Work For Your Organization: A Three-Part Breakfast Briefing Series

07.15.2010

Greenebaum's Health Care Reform Task Force Presents:

 

Making Health Care Reform Work For Your Organization

 

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, as amended by the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 ("Health Care Reform"), has made its way through Congress and has been signed into law by the President.  This landmark legislation modifies and amends a myriad of laws, and is incredibly complex.

Join Greenebaum's Health Care Reform Task Force for a three-part series of breakfast briefings designed to help you better understand Health Care Reform, how it will affect your organization and, most importantly, how to make Health Care Reform work best for your organization.  Session one will focus on employers, session two on hospitals, physicians and other health care businesses, and session three on elder care facilities and providers, researchers, grant seekers and nonprofit organizations.

Register for one, two or all three programs today.


Session One - Health Care Reform for Employers

This program will focus on:

  • Insurance Market Reforms and Their Impact on Employers
  • Mandates and Options
  • "Grandfathered" Health Plans and Wellness Programs
  • Tax Implications

Thursday, June 24, 2010

To register for this session click here.
To add to your Outlook calendar click here.


Session Two - Health Care Reform for Hospitals, Physicians and Other Health Care Businesses

This program will focus on:

  • Medicare Reimbursement and Other Payment System Reforms 
  • Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Other Delivery System Reforms
  • Quality and Transparency Initiatives
  • Program Integrity and Fraud and Abuse Prevention Measures
  • Health Care Technology and Electronic Medical Records

Thursday, July 15, 2010

To register for this session click here.
To add to your Outlook calendar click here.


Session Three - Health Care Reform for Elder Care Facilities and Providers, Researchers, Grant Seekers and Nonprofit Organizations

This program will focus on:

  • Elder Care Provisions and the CLASS Act 
  • Medicaid Waivers 
  • Demonstration Programs
  • Research Grants and Development Opportunities
  • Healthy Communities and Wellness Programs
  • Other Funding Opportunities 

Thursday, July 29, 2010

To register for this session click here.
To add to your Outlook calendar click here.

LOCATION:

Greenebaum Doll & McDonald PLLC

35th Floor National City Tower

101 S. Fifth Street

Louisville, Kentucky 40202

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