Includes light refreshments.
Please select on registration form. Each session includes a 15-minute break.
Explore the basics of health law, with an emphasis on fraud and abuse (including the Stark law and the federal anti-kickback statute), managed healthcare, HIPAA, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement issues.
Violet M. Anderson,
CHRISTUS Health - Irving, TX
Kenneth J. Kramer, Texas Health Resources - Arlington, TX
Kristin M. Roshelli, King & Spalding - Houston, TX
Explore the processes and approaches employed in provider acquisitions when compliance “road bumps” threaten to destroy the deal. Hear about effective diligence methods, representation and warranty insurance, protective contractual provisions and other strategies to get to closing.
Lisa Atlas Genecov, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP - Dallas, TX
Robert F. McStay Jr., Memorial Hermann Health System - Houston, TX
Sidney S. Welch, Akerman LLP - Atlanta, GA
Examine evolving trends in antitrust law, including recent developments and key issues with respect to the healthcare industry.
Explore the increasing use and possible applications of AI in healthcare, as well as the legal implications and possible challenges for such rapid and complex changes.
Limited to in-house counsel only. Participate in an active discussion and sharing among panelists and participants. Hear about hot topics for in-house counsel, including updates on state and federal legislation, healthcare transactions, payment and reimbursement issues, and privacy regulation and enforcement.
Lance Lightfoot, Texas Children's Hospital - Houston, TX
Lisa M. Frenkel, Children's Health - Dallas, TX
Lisa L. Hill, Visionworks, Inc. - San Antonio, TX
W. Christopher Shea, Memorial Hermann Health System - Houston, TX
Stephen G. (Steve) Wohleb, Texas Hospital Association - Austin, TX
Conference registration includes all of the course materials for the Health Law Fundamentals and Advance Issues in Health Law presentations. In addition, the eConference—including papers, slides, audio and CLE credit for these presentations—will be available in "Your Briefcase" within 4–6 weeks after the conference.
PLEASE NOTE: Course materials and audio recordings for the In-House Counsel Issues panel are NOT included. Registration is limited to in-house counsel only who attend the live presentation.
2222 West Loop South
Accommodations$172 room rate good through March 24, 2020 (subject to availability). Please refer to the UT Law Health Law Conference when you call the reservations department.
Parking Information$10 daily self-parking; $16 overnight self-parking; $16 valet daily parking; $25 valet overnight