“Many issues in the M&A context are driven by the acquired company and usually arise due to the acquiring entity not paying enough attention during the pre-acquisition phase . . . This issue is one of the reasons the (DOJ) has put such important stock in the pre-acquisition phase so that the company needs to perform compliance due diligence and a risk assessment, which will inform the entire process.”READ HERE Part 2: Ethical Fit: What Impact Do M&As Have on Both Parties?
Coverage, Cost Containment and Quality Improvement for Today and Beyond
For more than three decades, the Massachusetts Association of Health Plans (MAHP) has been the leading voice for health plans in Massachusetts. MAHP represents 17 health plans which provide health care coverage to nearly 3 million Massachusetts residents. MAHP’s mission is to promote high-quality, affordable and coordinated health care in Massachusetts through advocacy, education and health policy research. All MAHP members are dedicated to making health care affordable and improving the health of all citizens in the Commonwealth.LEARN MORE
Health Law Advocates’ Annual Benefit Breakfast is the primary source of corporate and individual gifts for HLA. Over the years, this event has enabled us to help 14,000+ families and individuals access health care.
The HLA Breakfast team works with hundreds of partners each year and is happy to a tailor any individual or corporate package to fit your company culture and needs.
HLA’s 24th Benefit Breakfast will be held on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at the Sheraton Boston Hotel in Back Bay.
7:00 – 8:00AM: Networking Hour
8:00 – 9:15AM: Program
ASPL is a nonprofit professional association for individuals with an interest in legal issues as they pertain to pharmacy, pharmaceuticals and related products and services. The ASPL annual seminar brings together over 300 industry professionals to share the most up-to-date, relevant and practical information.
Seminar goals include:
• Educate attendees on current and relevant information on wide-ranging pharmacy law issues.
• Provide pharmacy law educators with learning opportunities on the latest teaching methodologies and course curriculums relevant to pharmacy law education.
• Assist attendees with continuing education requirements through a program comprised of speakers and topics that offer 15 hours of continuing legal and pharmacy education credits to pharmacists, attorneys, pharmacist-attorneys and pharmacy-law educators.
The 2019 Board Attorneys Workshop is designed specifically for attorneys and legal staff of state medical and osteopathic boards, including individuals involved with the investigation and prosecution of physician licensure and disciplinary cases. The Workshop provides participants with the opportunity to share and exchange valuable information on case experiences, best practices and current issues pertinent to board attorneys.
Prepare your organization to respond to the ever-increasing emphasis on healthcare compliance issues by enforcement authorities. Hear first-hand from government officials about regulatory changes, expectations, and key priorities. Hear first‑hand from government officials about regulatory changes, expectations, and key priorities at the Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference. Gain the knowledge and skills needed to properly address potential violations and improve your organization’s compliance program. Connect and share ideas with your industry peers and government officials while earning valuable continuing education units (CEUs).
The 2019 agenda includes:Government Enforcement Panel 2019 CMS Update OCR Update Operationalize Compliance through Data Analytics Litigating a False Claims Act Case Privacy Breach Response The Opioid Crisis and Compliance False Claims Act Liability and Post-Acute Care
Government Contractor Mergers & Acquisition?
The DOJ’s April 2019 guidance on Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs will be the topic of conversation by a great panel of in-house, firm counsel, and a former SDO. Viewpoints on how ethics & compliance issues should be diligenced and considered in M&A transactions, and how the updated guidance impacts post-merger integration efforts will be addressed.
ModeratorGerry Amann, General Counsel, Secretary and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Accenture Federal Services
PanelistsRod Grandon, Managing Director, Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (former Air Force, Deputy GC and SDO) David Truong , COO and General Counsel, Planned Systems International Preston Pugh, Member, Miller & Chevalier
Join the top small and medium-sized manufacturers, exporters, importers, wholesalers, logistics companies and supply-chain management firms from across the globe for the opportunity to exchange and share best practices and lessons they have learned that have contributed to their success. This forum serves as a premiere event for companies focused on import, export and international trade.
The program will be addressed by government agencies, trade experts and renowned practitioners and will offer updated information in the respective areas as well as providing a platform of experience sharing and networking by the participants. The program will be highly interactive and is conducted with C-level executives exclusively.learn more