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Avoiding the Lose/Lose–Large Physician Group Acquisitions Gone Bad and How to Avoid Potential Traps

Pillsbury Partner Gerry Hinkley will present on “Avoiding the Lose/Lose–Large Physician Group Acquisitions Gone Bad and How to Avoid Potential Traps” at the Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute on two days.

In-depth breakout sessions at the Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute will focus on legal challenges faced by physicians and their counsel, the legal challenges faced by hospitals and health systems and their counsel, and the legal issues of interest to both segments of the health care delivery system. Other topics include:

  • Fraud and Abuse Concerns Related to Hospital-Physician Relationships
  • Physician/Hospital Alignment Strategies
  • Fair Market Value
  • Antitrust Issues in Hospital Acquisitions, Joint Ventures and Other Affiliations

For more information and to register, please visit AHLA’s event page.

Date & Time
February 1 - 2, 2017
February 1 - 3:15 pm ET
February 2 - 8:30 am ET

Hyatt Regency Orlando
Orlando, FL

Event Contact
Nathalie Noel


Gerry Hinkley

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