Hospitals and physician groups face increased pressures related to rising costs, administrative and regulatory burdens, and reimbursement. Community-based pediatric groups seek to maintain autonomy over practice decision-making and strategy, while also improving revenue and decreasing costs. At the same time, hospitals hope to create networks of both primary-care practitioners and specialists to address population health management, respond to health reform and new payment models, and minimize losses associated with physician practice partnerships.
Join us for a discussion of the Group Practice Subsidiary Model that balances the respective goals and desires of hospitals and community physicians.
- Drivers of new hospital/physician integration in the pediatric marketplace
- Legal aspects of physician alignment and partnership models
- Discussion of various models including the group practice subsidiary model
- How the model allows physicians to maintain day-to-day autonomy and decision-making for the practice
- How the model immediately allows the hospital and physician groups to jointly contract with commercial payors
- Benefits of such partnerships between hospitals and community physicians
Date and Time
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Noon - 1 p.m. (CST)
Curt Chase, Partner, Husch Blackwell
Who Should Attend
Pediatric healthcare industry leaders, including administrators, legal counsel, physicians, directors of nursing and others with ties to pediatric care
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