Ashlee Knuckey is speaking at the American Bar Association’s National Managed Care Institute being held virtually on November 17-18, 2020. Ashlee’s topic is entitled, “Life of a Managed Care Deal: Early Discussions to Post-Closing Integration.” This session will cover key factors to consider in all aspects of a managed care deal. The panel will address deal structure, key deal terms, risk assessment and mitigation, regulatory issues including change of control/ownership analysis and requirements, antitrust issues and post-closing implementation issues, along with a few war stories and watch-outs.
The Managed Care Institute is a new educational symposium offered by the American Bar Association for attorneys in private practice, in government service and in-house that work in the area of "managed care" and with risk based health care entities of all types. This includes traditional MCOs, provider operated health plans, ACOs, ICNs, MSOs, TPAs, PBMs, tribal health plans, self-funded ERISA plans, administrative support entities and all others involved in the reimbursement side of health care. Focused education on those issues is a must and our Managed Care Institute is designed to shed light on these unique issues for all lawyers who face them in their practices.
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