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Bottom-Lining Obamacare.
   
What is the business-relevant impact of the Patient Protection and Affordability Care Act (the ACA) for the healthcare, business professional and investor communities? [CBSAC/NY event]

Colloquially known as Obamacare, the Patient Protection and Affordability Care Act (or the ACA), is the most comprehensive legislation to shape US healthcare since Medicare did so almost 50 years ago. As parts of the law continue to be implemented over time, stakeholders are now making meaningful strategic decisions to successfully position themselves for the future. Join our panel of experts from healthcare services, policy, and law as they discuss what implementing the ACA means for business in 2013 and beyond. In particular, panelists will address disruptive effects of:  
  •  The incoming health information exchanges (HIEs) and expanded coverage mandate
  •  Structural payment reform: the effects of value-based payments on productivity and institutional risk 
  •  Health information technology implementation and implications for business models            
  •  Consolidation in the industry and recent FTC antitrust involvement 
  •  Knock-on effects to the bottom-line of adjacent business sectors 
Date: May 14, 2013
Agenda/Time: 
6:00-6:30pm – Registration and early networking 
6:30 -7:45pm – Panel and Q & A 
7:45 – 8:15pm – Networking and end 
Venue:  at Sidley Austin LLP’s midtown offices, 787 Seventh Avenue, on the 23rd floor conference center. A networking hour, including refreshments, follows the panel discussion. 
Cost: $30 CBSAC/NY Members, MCC Members, Members of NYC Health Business Leaders, and for Members of Chinese Life Sciences Professionals Association (CLSPA) ; $45 Non-members and NYBSC Members, $25 for Columbia students and Stern MBA Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Association members,
 
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Advance registration for this, as for other CBSAC/NY programs,  is noon on the day of the event. Please register early to insure your place. 

MODERATOR:

Fred Hyde, MD, JD, MBA -Dr. Hyde is a Clinical Professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. Outside of his teaching responsibilities, he works as a consultant to hospitals, medical schools and physicians, as well as to unions, community groups and others interested in the health of hospitals, health care facilities and organizations. He has served twice as chief executive of a non-profit hospital, once as chief executive of an HMO, as vice president of a major university teaching hospital, director of a medical school faculty practice plan, and consulting manager of physician practices. Dr. Hyde teaches hospital management, healthcare financial management and medical technology reimbursement and regulation. His academic background includes undergraduate, medical and law degrees from Yale and a business degree from Columbia. He has been a member of the Bar since 1975.

PANELISTS:
Michael S. Sparer, PhD, JD - Dr. Sparer is currently the Department Chair of the Health Policy & Management and Professor at Columbia University the Mailman School of Public Health. His current projects include a review and analysis of lessons learned from thirty years of Medicaid managed care programs, a book funded by the RWJ Investigator Program, which examines how American Federalism influenced the politics and substance of the recently enacted Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and a comparison of inter-governmental health politics in the U.S. and the UK. He is a two-time winner of the Mailman School’s Student Government Association Teacher of the Year Award, as well as recipient of a 2010 Columbia University Presidential Award for Outstanding Teaching. Professor Sparer spent seven years as a litigator for the NYC Law Department, specializing in inter-government social welfare litigation. After leaving the practice of law, he obtained a PhD in political science from Brandeis University. Professor Sparer is the former editor of the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, and the author of Medicaid and the Limits of State Health Reform, as well as numerous articles and book chapters.

Bill Sarraille, JD - Bill is a senior member of the Healthcare Practice group at Sidley Austin and a nationally-recognized lawyer in healthcare law. Mr. Sarraille concentrates on a variety of healthcare matters, including Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, coverage and coding, pharmaceutical price reporting, issues related to the marketing and promotion of pharmaceuticals and medical devices, internal investigations, clinical research issues, Stark and Anti-Kickback Law analyses, Medicare and Medicaid audits, etc. healthcare acquisitions and due diligence, compliance program audients, managed care matters, healthcare contracts, administrative litigation, legislative matters, privacy and security, coverage for new devices and servi es, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, international compliance and health care contracting, the representation of witnesses and companies before congressional committees, and the defense of healthcare criminal and False Claims matters. Mr. Sarraille has defended clients in some of the largest healthcare fraud investigations brought by the U.S. Government.

James Tallon Jr. - Jim is president of the United Hospital Fund of New York.  He is chair of The Commonwealth Fund, and the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured.  He serves as Secretary/Treasurer of the Alliance for Health Reform, and also serves on the boards of the Institute on Medicine as a Profession and the New York eHealth Collaborative.  He is a member of the advisory board for the Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence. Mr. Tallon is also a member of the New York State Board of Regents.  Prior to joining United Hospital Fund, Mr. Tallon was majority leader of the New York State Assembly, where he served for 19 years. 

 Our thanks to the Healthcare Committee, Lorraine Marchand, Wendy Diller and Charles Perry, MD, for organizing this event. Speical thanks to Sidley Austin LLP for hosting.

Event Information
EVENT DATE:
Tuesday, May 14 2013
6:00pm - 8:15pm [ iCal ]
LOCATION:
Sidley Austin LLP
787 Seventh Avenue 23rd floor
New York, NY 10019

Look Who's Coming:
anant ahuja
Kavita Bali
Ankur Bansal
Neuerung Consulting LLC
Katherine Bass
Pfizer
Arlene Bassett
Greeter
Deborah Bernick
Greeter
Alison Boyle
Thomas Bronner
Gregory Burke
United Hospital Fund of New York
Judy Choi
Marjorie Churgin
Fred Ciccone
Mary Cummins
Sean Danowski
Medchive
Natasha Deckmann
Paulette Demers
Wendy Diller
Denise D'Agostino
Stephen Feldman
Margaret Frizzell
NYeC
Yu Gao
Kara Gelb
Katrina Gomez
Cecilia Gonzalo
Essex Woodlands
Nicos Hadjiangelis
Deborah Halper
United Hospital Fund of New York
Jessica Han
Beth Heslowitz
JumpStart Healthcare
John Hui
Fred Hyde, MD, JD, MBA
Mailman School of Public Health
Edwin Ibay
Arhima Jacobs
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Olivier Jarry
Matthew Johnson
iMedicare
Debra Kalish
Ross Kelly
Panayiotis Kiayias
Ron Lazar
Columbia University
Carrie Leonard
Wangzhi Li
Rob Liflander
Jenny Machida
Andrew Maliszewski
Gisela Mandl
Lorraine Marchand
Richard Marshall
Daniel McCarthy
Amy McDonald
Bateman Hendrix Group
Elaine Mechanic
Fred Miller
David Mitchell
Ilene Moskowitz
Soody Nelson
Arta Advisors
Michael Niziol
Eugene Oliva
Carol Perlman
Continuum Solutions,Ltd
Charles Perry
Rania Perry
Sally Poblete
Bruce Rector
Lydia Regopoulos
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Amy Ruderman
Greeter
Bill Sarraille, JD
Sidley Austin LLP
Justin Seconi
Neil Shabman
Den Shah
Abdallah Simaika
Flaviu Simihaian
iMedicare
Todd Somsel
Michael Sparer, PhD, JD
Mailman School of Public Health
Johan Spoor
Julie Stafford
James Tallon Jr
United Hospital Fund of New York
Marisa Tricarico
Robert Warrington
Salley Whitman
Cecil Yeung
Pamela Yih
... a total of 85 guests.

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