Sponsored by The Compliance Store and HealthCare Case Law LLC
Thursday, February 18, 2010
12:00-1:30 pmAt the 2010 Long Term Care and the Law
February 17-19, 2010
Doral Golf Resort & Spa, Miami, FL
Title: Emerging Trends in Healthcare Quality: Legal and Financial Implications
Quality measurement, reporting, and reimbursement are undergoing significant changes, with important implications for healthcare providers across the continuum of care. Public reporting of quality measures and pay-for-performance have emerged as new tools for public and private payors. In addition, state and federal compliance enforcement is increasingly focused on poor quality, raising the stakes for providers to advance patient safety. In the wake of healthcare reform, the demands by payors and regulators for transparency and quality reporting are likely to increase.
The speakers on this panel will discuss the potential risks and opportunities these trends present for providers, including the implications for litigation, risk management, reimbursement, and management and board fiduciary duties.
Members of LTC-SIR Practice Group and PG 15: $35
Non-Practice Group Members and Non-Members: $45
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