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ABI-Live: COVID-19 Impact: Survival Considerations for Every Hospital

Sponsored by: ToneyKorf Partners, LLC
Join our panel of experts as they discuss the short and long term impact and implications of COVID-19 on current and future hospital financial stability. ToneyKorf's pandemic impact mitigation strategy tool will be discussed as a way that can provide a more precise, data-driven projection of changes to hospital finances. Panelists will also explore the range of recovery and restructuring strategies to bring stability to the uncertain financial future created by this pandemic.

$125.00
$125.00

ABI-Live: Health Care in the Shadow of COVID-19: What Will the "New Normal" Look Like?

Join experts in the health care insolvency field as they discuss a host of issues looming for the industry due to the fallout from the ongoing pandemic, factoring in the current landscape for providers, Polsinelli's Distressed Health Care Index, and the sectors that have been most affected thus far and in what ways. As the country begins to reopen, what might the "new normal" for providers look like, and how long is it likely to last? How might the financial and operational performance of companies be altered, and what legal strategies can be employed to ensure viability?

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What Are the Deal-Makers Looking For?

This session will provide insight into the healthcare dealmakers’ perspective across the health services spectrum. We’ll hear from strategic buyers, private equity and institutional capital regarding current deal metrics, capitalization requirements, various industry multiples and the impact the elections may have on deal making.

$125.00
$125.00

NO CLE - Today's Health Crisis: Behavioral Health and Opioids

This panel will discuss and summarize the challenges the US is facing in the behavioral market industry. Some topics will include addiction, mental health and special focus will be opioid crisis. The panel will break down the why there is an epidemic and what providers are doing in order to address this national crisis. Finally, the panel will discuss the Opioid crisis and discuss what led up to the recent chapter 11 filings.

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Cybersecurity Attacks: What Keeps You Up at Night

Hear first-hand experience on who to survive a cyberattack, one of the many challenges facing healthcare providers today.

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Disruption in the Marketplace: The Retailization of Healthcare

Consumers are utilizing retail clinics, urgent care centers, ambulatory surgery centers, concierge services and freestanding ERs to get medical care when and where they want it. The healthcare marketplace is forcing providers to rethink their business models beyond the four walls of traditional healthcare facilities. The new reality is that healthcare is taking on a consumer-centric, technology-enabled retail model, in the name of improving outcomes and lowering costs. This panel will explore how to create a Consumer Brand Experience in today's evolving healthcare marketplace.

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$125.00

Consolidation: Where Do We Go From Here?

The US healthcare system is consolidating at an increasing pace. Healthcare systems tout the benefits of consolidation in the form of cost savings and other operational efficiencies. But consolidation also has its costs: independent providers are being disrupted by larger systems, the larger systems themselves face higher risks, and the consumer may not always benefit. This panel will explore the pros and cons of consolidation from the perspective of consolidated systems themselves, providers that choose to remain independent, and the healthcare consumer.

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The Role of a Patient Care Ombudsman in a Business Bankruptcy

This session will focus on the views of patient care ombudsmen (PCOs) on the quality-of-care issues they routinely confront in chapter 11 cases; how debtor, secured lender and committee professionals react to either support or suppress the findings made by health care experts; in-depth analysis of what constitutes the proper protocol to evaluate quality of care; the differences in the approaches made to the PCO role by a doctor, nurse and/or health care administrator; whether PCOs universally should be doctors, nurses or health care administrators and not lawyers posing as health care professi

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Litigating Issues in a Health Care Case

Experienced practitioners are typically able to litigate the issues that arise in most chapter 11 cases in a similar manner, regardless of the industry of a particular debtor. In the health care context, however, the identities of the litigants are often different (government agencies, patient care ombudsmen, etc.), and more importantly, those litigants’ respective motivations may be vastly different than in a "typical" chapter 11 case.

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ABI-Live: Hospital Bankruptcies – Unique Challenges and Current Hot Topics

There have been a number of recent bankruptcy filings by large and high profile healthcare providers, such as the filings of Verity Health System of California, Inc., in Los Angeles (the second largest hospital bankruptcy case in American history), Hospital Acquisition LLC and 25 related debtors d/b/a Promise Health and American Academic Health System (Hahnemann University Hospital and St. Christopher Hospital in Philadelphia) in Wilmington, Delaware, and Astria Health in Yakima, Washington.

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