Live Cary | North Carolina Bar Center Friday, March 8, 2019
This year’s program does a "deep dive" into two areas where the law and medicine intersect with even more complexity than ever before: payment for medical services rendered and the challenges posed by behavioral health and substance abuse issues.
The morning session is devoted to a discussion of alternative payment models and related tax, insurance, and antitrust issues, as well as the legal issues created by, among other things, paying providers not to take care of patients.
The afternoon session centers around the current status of 45 CFR Part 2, the intersection of mental health and substance use disorders, and the challenges faced by hospital counsel related to both, including involuntary commitment.
An executive roundtable ties the two sessions together while highlighting other challenges facing the health care industry. Substance abuse credit is included.
Plan to arrive early to join your colleagues for a full networking breakfast before the program begins!
Planned by the NCBA Health Law Section
Click on the "In Depth" tab for tuition, location, hotel, video replay and speaker information.
7:45am | Registration and Networking Breakfast
8:55 | Welcome and Introductions
9:00 | Alternative Payment Model Symposium | Cherian, Herrin, Kyger and Yarborough
11:15 | Break
11:30 | Alternative Payment Model Symposium, continued | Cherian, Herrin, Kyger and Yarborough
12:15pm | Health Law Section Annual Meeting | Kimberly Kirk, Moore & Van Allen PLLC, Charlotte, 2018-2019 Section Chair, presiding
12:30 | Networking Lunch Sponsored by PYA
1:15 | Treating Behavioral Health Issues and Substance Use Disorders: The Intersection of Federal and State Laws, Law Enforcement and the Involuntary Commitment Process (Substance Abuse/Mental Health | Bertolini, Broughton, Brown, George and Szajnberg
3:15 | Break
3:30 | Executive Roundtable | Gray, Lawler, Lotchin and Seligson
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