"The Trend of Group Practice - Its Pros and Cons"

Title:

"The Trend of Group Practice - Its Pros and Cons"

Presented by:

Marissa Segal, Attorney at Law
Fenton Law Group, LLP

 Marissa Kase Segal

Marissa Kase Segal is a healthcare lawyer with Fenton Law Group, LLP. Her practice focuses on business, transactional and regulatory matters in the healthcare industry, with an emphasis on HIPAA compliance, the Anti-Kickback Statute, Stark law, corporate practice of medicine doctrine, provider enrollment, and licensure and certification. She advises a broad range of clients, including physicians and physician groups, diagnostic centers, ambulatory surgery centers, durable medical equipment companies, mental health providers, podiatrists and podiatric medical practice groups, dentists, medical spas, IPAs, ACOs, laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, and other health care providers, as well as management companies that manage various providers. 

Ms. Segal also counsels her clients regarding regulatory and compliance issues presented by the evolving landscape of telemedicine and telehealth.

Ms. Segal’s transactional practice includes drafting and negotiating management agreements, stock purchase agreements, asset purchase agreements, shareholder agreements, physician employment and independent contractor agreements, and corporate formation and compliance documentation. Ms. Segal advises clients on change of ownership and state licensure issues, and compliance with the Medicare and Medicaid enrollment rules and regulations.

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Program Description:

The healthcare delivery model has been constantly evolving, and the reality of being a solo practice physician is becoming more and more difficult.  To survive, the trend of physicians coming together to form a group practice is growing. The presentation will address this trend, as well as issues to consider when forming a group practice. These include corporate issues, governance, and regulatory considerations such as complying with the Stark law to meet the criteria to be a “group practice” under Stark, and other issues. As they grow, many group practices are considering entering into agreements with management companies to manage their practice. This presentation will address prevalent issues that arise in management service contracts (sometimes called “Administrative Services Agreements”). There will be time for Q & A after the presentation.

Date & Time:

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 6:00PM

Location:

Empress Harbor Seafood Restaurant
111 N. Atlantic Blvd. #350
Monterey Park, CA 91754
(626) 300-8833

Registration, Tuition & Eligibility:

Free Registration for 2017 CAMASC members and invited physicians/physician assistants (MD/DO/PA) practicing in Southern California.

We honor physicians who paid the 2017 CAMASC membership fee with priority registration.

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This event is by invitation only and invitations are non-transferrable.

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FoodService:

Complimentary dinner will be provided to the first 50 physicians/physician assistants who register by Saturday, 3/25/17. Signatures are required for dinner sponsor or will be charged at $80 per MD/DO/PA. No Exceptions.

Acknowledgement:

This educational activity may be funded, in part, by exhibit fees from commercial interests. As of this writing, a complete listing of commercial supporters was not available. 

 

Cancellation:To help us maximize our resources, please make every effort to inform us by email or phone if you cannot attend the event after you have registered.

 


 

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