Program: Tuesday, July 1st 5:00- 6:00 p.m. at the New York Hilton Midtown, Gramercy Suite, 1335 Avenue of the Americas, New York City. Networking Reception immediately following in the Regent Parlor.
New York State of Health Law: Trendsetter or Over-Regulator?
New York is variously viewed as either a progressive and innovative "laboratory of ideas" in healthcare or an anachronistic backwater of outdated and restrictive law and regulations. This program will provide a rapid-fire overview of current issues in New York State, which should be of interest to those who practice in New York and elsewhere--both to update New York practitioners on the hot topics in health law and regulation and to provide an early warning system for practitioners in other states as to what new ideas may be exported from the Empire State. The program will discuss a number of the new laws and regulations adopted in New York, including new laws relating to patient access to out-of-network providers, regulations giving anti-trust flexibility to certain providers interested in merging or collaborating, the New York ACO law and regulation, new rules on ambulatory service providers such as urgi-care centers and retail clinics, the complex regulatory scheme governing narcotic prescriptions, the status of New York's implementation of the ACA through its New York State of Health, proposals to permit publicly traded companies to do healthcare business in New York, professional licensure issues and whatever else may be on the legal and regulatory radar screen in July.
Speakers: Margaret Davino, Esq., Kaufman, Borgeest &Ryan LLP, New York City
James W. Lytle, Esq., Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, Albany
Deborah Brown, Sr. Vice President, Legal, Regulatory& Professional Affairs & Deputy General Counsel, Greater New York Hospital Association, New York City
There is no cost to attend, but an RSVP is required. Please email name and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org or (518) 487-5681, or click to register online.
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