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Three-Part Webinar Series: The Hospital Medical Staff of the Future

 

April-May 2012

This webinar series is brought to you by the Medical Staff, Credentialing, and Peer Review (MSCPR) Practice Group and is co-sponsored by the Labor and Employment and Physician Organizations Practice Group, and The National Association Medical Staff Services (NAMSS).

The National Association Medical Staff Services (NAMSS)





This three-part webinar series will encompass the key information that hospitals and physicians, and the attorneys who represent them, need to know about the evolving medical staff in this era of unprecedented healthcare consolidation, health system reform, and increased physician employment. Three expert and experienced panels will discuss and give practical and useful insight into the continued role of the Voluntary Medical Staff, legal and operational challenges and pros and cons of both the “employed” and “independent” physicians’ models, and various options for collaboration from the physician and in-house and outside hospital counsel perspectives. Register for the series and hear what your hospital and physician clients need you to know.

April 17, 2012
1:00-2:30 pm Eastern

Part I: The Role of the Medical Staff in an Era of Healthcare Consolidation, Health System Reform, and Increased Physician Employment

 

May 1, 2012
1:00-2:30 pm Eastern

Part II: Opportunities and Exposure:  A Comparison of the Legal and Operational Challenges Associated With the Employed and Independent Physician Models

 

May 10, 2012
1:00-2:30 pm Eastern

Part III: The Jigsaw Puzzle: Credentialing and Privileging Providers in the Era of Healthcare Reform 

  


Live Show

Conducting a webinar requires the use of special software that allows the speakers and moderator to deliver an interactive presentation via the Internet. Participants will be able to download materials ahead of time and will also be able to view the speaker's PowerPoint slides during the conference, all while listening to the audio through their telephone. To test your computer's compatibility before the session, please conduct a browser test to see if Flash is installed on your computer. If it is not, please download the Flash player onto the computer on which you will be viewing the presentation.

Continuing Legal Education (CLE)

CLE information will be provided to registrants at the URL where you access the materials. Find out more information on CLEs for webinars.

 

 Registration Details

 

Registration for single webinar:
Part I, II, or III
MSCPR, Labor, or Physician Practice Group, or NAMSS Member: $50
Government, Academician, Public Interest, or Solo Practitioner Member: $75
Student, Retired, or Paralegal Member: $50
Other Health Lawyers Member: $195
Non-Member: $325
Member Listener: $50
Non-Member Listener: $65
 

 


Registration for bundle webinars:
Parts I-III 
MSCPR, Labor, or Physician Practice Group, or NAMSS Member: $350
Government, Academician, Public Interest, or Solo Practitioner Member: $205
Student, Retired, or Paralegal Member: $120
Other Health Lawyers Member: $475
Non-Member: $675
Member Listener: $120
Non-Member Listener: $180
 

 


Those wanting to pay by check please use the Printable Registration Form.
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