Williams Mullen Hosts “The State of the State of Health Care” Panel Discussion

Williams Mullen is hosting a free panel discussion on “The State of the State of Health Care.”  Please see below!

The panelists will be Rep. Nelson Dollar, Steven Keene, General Counsel to the NC Medical Society, Barbara Burke, from BCBS, and me.  The panel discussion will begin at 4:00.  Then from 5:00-6:30 we will have free drinks and appetizers.

Please feel free to come and bring others.  But we do request that you register here by October 10th in order for us to have a correct head count.

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Medicare and Medicaid Regulatory Compliance Litigator

Posted on October 8, 2014, in Accountable Care Organizations, Adult Care Homes, Affordable Care Act, Assisted Living Facilities, Behavioral health, Chiropractors, CMS, Community Care of NC, DHHS, Division of Medical Assistance, Federal Government, Federal Law, General Assembly, Gov. Pat McCrory, Health Care Providers and Services, Hospitals, Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services, Legal Analysis, Legislation, Managed Care, McCrory, Media, Medicaid, Medicaid Audits, Medicaid Budget, Medicaid Costs, Medicaid Providers, Medicaid Recipients, Medicaid Reform, Medicare Attorney, Medicare Budget, Mental Health, NC, NCTracks, North Carolina, Personal Care Services, Physicians, Secretary of Health and Human Services, State Budget, State Plan, Tax Dollars, Taxes, Taxpayers, U.S. Constitution, Wos and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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