August 27, 2010
CLE Masters Series: Health Care Reform
September 10, 9:00am - 4:45pm, 6.25 CLE Hour
Health Care Reform Overview: Pros and cons; Comparison of previous bills; Goals of system reform; Challenges for achieving goals.
Presenter: Jerry Friedman, The Ohio State University Medical Center.
Nuts and Bolts of Health Care Reform: Fraud and abuse compliance changes, New requirements for employer-based health coverage, Developments in Medicare and Medicaid eligibility and reimbursement and the creation of accountable care organizations,Health care reform impacts on specific provider types including hospital systems.
Presenters: Jolie Havens, Matt Albers, Andrea Ebreck Nelson, Stephanie Angeloni, Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease.
Industry Implications for Providers, Including Physicians, Hospitals and Home Health Agencies:
Compliance challenges; Increased focus on prevention of fraud and abuse; Increased accountability; Options and variations for delivery of services.
Presenters: Rhonda Comer, Nationwide Children’s Hospital; Katrina English, Community Mercy Health Partners; Letha Pugh, RN, Administrator/Owner River's Crossing Home Health LLC.
Business Implications of Health Care Reform: Employee benefits; Cost implications; Tax issues
Presenters: Carrie Haughawout, Ohio Chamber of Commerce; Larry Kasper, CPA, CPA, CVA, CBA, M. Ac., M.B.A; Mary Garceau, Bob Evans; Lisa Perry, Willis; Kerrii Anderson, Former Chief Executive Officer and President of Wendys International, Inc.
State Impact on Federal Health Care Reform/Federal Health Care Reform Impact on State Delivery Infrastructure: State challenges to the constitutionality of the legislation; Interplay of federal and state systems.
Presenters: Donald Tobin, Moritz College of Law; Mark R. Brown, Capital University Law School
This program was organized by the Columbus Bar Program Development Task Force,
Gregory Travalio, Chairperson; Lisa Pierce Reisz, Health Care Reform Program Chairperson