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King & Spalding’S 27Th Annual Health Law & Policy Forum, Co-Sponsored By GA HFMA

Monday, March 19, 2018, 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM

Registration is required
Payment In Advance Only

Please join us for King & Spalding’s 27th Annual Health Law & Policy Forum, a one-day conference focusing on the latest legal and political developments impacting the healthcare industry.

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Keynote Speaker

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 coming years.

Registration Information

$95 per person. Register today; capacity is limited.

For reservations made prior to February 22, a discounted room rate of $239 per night plus taxes is available for conference attendees for the night of March 18th on a first come, first served basis. To take advantage of this negotiated rate at The St. Regis Atlanta, click here.


Andy Miller, CEO and Editor of Georgia Health News,Susanna Capelouto, Senior Editor at WABA andGlen Reedwill discuss the future of the healthcare delivery system.

Kristen Schwendinger, Senior Managing Consultant at BRG, andSara Kay Wheelerwill discuss developments in Corporate Integrity Agreement implementation, with a particular focus on the selection process of, and interactions with, IROs.

Travis Jackson,Mark PolstonandChris Kennywill discuss the latest developments in Medicare reimbursement and the 340B program.

Governor Robert Ehrlich,Tom SpulakandAllison Kassirwill discuss how the 2018 elections may shape health policy in the coming years and how the recent changes to PPACA are likely to influence the 2020 presidential race.

Kathy PoppittandJuliet McBridewill present operational trends in peer review, surveyor investigations, employment issues, HIPAA, and EMTALA.

Stephen Goff,Marcia AugsbergerandJim Boswellwill discuss developments in provider and payor relationships, including new contracting strategies.

Phillip Street,Tom HawkandCraig Smithwill discuss new physician alignment strategies driven by private equity investment in the physician services space and reconsiderations of the hospital employment model for physician groups.