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Hospital/Physician Relationships in 2018 and Beyond: Winding Pathways, Deeper Potholes and Deceiving Guideposts

Thursday, May 17, 2018 | 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM ET

EVENT OVERVIEW

Hospital/Physician Relationships in 2018 and Beyond: Winding Pathways, Deeper Potholes and Deceiving Guideposts

Rick Hindmand, Member, McDonald Hopkins, is moderating a webinar May 17, 2018: Hospital/Physician Relationships in 2018 and Beyond: Winding Pathways, Deeper Potholes and Deceiving Guideposts.

As more care moves outside hospitals, how are health care lawyers and executives changing how they structure hospital/physician relationships?  Part IV of this 8-part series will examine key hospital/physician relationships and contracting issues as well as observations on how hospitals and physicians can more effectively collaborate in today’s changing patient and physician demographics.  Health care executives and attorneys for hospitals and physician organizations will use a hypothetical to illustrate evolving challenges and opportunities in structuring hospital/physician financial and contractual relationships, including recruitment, timeshare arrangements, practice acquisitions, employment, professional service agreements, joint ventures and value-based compensation.  

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