Corporate Formalities - Are They Really Formalities or "Necessities" in Disguise
Led by VA MGMA, in collaboration with the CT MGMA, MA/RI MGMA, MD MGMA, NY MGMA, and PA MGMA.
This webinar will briefly describe the main legal entities typically utilized by physician group practices in most states, along with the major distinctions among them. It will review the principal periodic actions and documentation generally required and outline the serious issues and liabilities that can potentially arise for the owners and the entity itself out of ignoring these "formalities". It will include tips for managers and corporate officers, as well as some checklists, for reviewing your entity's current situation and organizing ongoing compliance activities in this regard.
About the Speaker
Heman Marshall focuses his practice primarily in Health Law, Business and Corporate, and Antitrust. He provides counsel and guidance to businesses, individuals, hospitals, clinics, physicians, dentists, long-term care facilities, and other healthcare providers and organizations on federal and state antitrust and health regulatory matters including mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, IPA and PHO creation and operation, trade association activities, Stark, state and federal antikickback laws, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement issues, managed care negotiations, physician-hospital contracting, Accountable Care Organizations (ACO), HIPAA/HITECH compliance and enforcement, and state Certificate of Public Need issues.
Part 1 - Register through your respective/local MGMA chapter to secure a spot for the webinar.Part 2 - Access the webinar. The ClickMeeting (webinar hosting system) webinar link will be distributed through the MGMA confirmation and reminder emails. Follow the link and enter your name and email address at the date and time of the webinar.
Part 1 - Register through your respective/local MGMA chapter to secure a spot for the webinar.
Continuing Education Units, CEUs
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