ORLANDO, Fla. (March 20, 2017) — Establishing and maintaining a culture of compliance is critical to the success of today’s health care organizations. That’s why attorneys from Broad and Cassel’s nationally recognized Health Law Practice Group alongside professionals from some of the nation’s leading health care companies will discuss board compliance oversight at the third annual Broad and Cassel Orlando Health Care Forum April 21.
Headlining the forum is Thomas F. O’Neil, III, global compliance officer at Cigna Corporation. In an armchair chat, O’Neil will sit down with Managing Partner Gabriel Imperato to discuss board responsibility for compliance oversight. O’Neil is a former federal prosecutor who has served as the general counsel of a major telecommunications company, the chair of the government affairs practice of a global law firm, and the executive vice chairman of a national managed care organization.
Following the keynote session, panel discussions will take place addressing board and executive leadership strategies and pitfalls and perspectives on health plan overpayments. Those panels will feature attorneys from Broad and Cassel as well as officers from Advize Health, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, d'Arcambal Ousley & Cuyler Burke, Florida Hospital Medical Group, Pershing Yoakley & Associates, PYA and Withum.
What: Third Annual Broad and Cassel Orlando Health Forum
There is no cost to attend and registration includes lunch at noon and a reception following the presentations. To register, click here or contact Elizabeth Levine at [email protected] or 407-839-4229.
When: Noon-5 p.m. Friday, April 21
Noon Registration and lunch
1 p.m. Presentations begin
4 p.m. Reception for participants and speakers
Where: Broad and Cassel, 390 N. Orange Ave., Suite 1400, Orlando, Fla.
Broad and Cassel has built one of the most experienced and diversified Health Law Groups in the Southeastern United States. The firm has more lawyers certified in Health Law by the Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization & Education than any other firm. Several of the firm’s health lawyers are certified by the Health Care Compliance Association in Health Care Compliance and are Certified Dispute Resolvers with the American Health Lawyers Association.
Information on the firm’s health law events and industry and attorney news can be found on Broad and Cassel’s Health Law Blog at http://www.healthlawfla.com/ or on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/healthlawfla.