PYA Supports AHLA Programming for AMCs and Teaching Hospitals

Gaining a deeper understanding of the legalities associated with academic medical centers (AMCs) and other teaching hospitals will be the focus this winter at the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) upcoming program, “Legal Issues Affecting Academic Medical Centers and Other Teaching Institutions.” The 2018 program will take place at the Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City Hotel, January 25-26, in Arlington, VA.

PYA continues its partnership with AHLA as the sole program sponsor. Our team of experts will join accomplished speakers and industry leaders to share insights and experience, affording attendees a greater understanding of the legal and regulatory issues unique to not only AMCs, but other teaching hospitals as well.

Additionally, the program will offer a large variety of sessions, allowing participants to gain a deeper knowledge of the challenges facing AMCs and teaching hospitals; contemplate the future of healthcare and law; and learn about recent legal developments, cases, and trends. A few such sessions follow:

  • The AMC Fraud and Abuse Highway: Reviewing the 2017 Potholes and Speed Bumps and Predicting the Road Ahead
  • Structuring AMCs for Success Across Three Missions: Thoughts and a Case Study
  • The Future of Health Care and Medicine: A Washington Perspective
  • Building a Compliant and Resilient 340B Program in the Midst of Regulatory Uncertainty

If you would like more information about legal and regulatory issues facing AMCs, or to request a speaker on these topics for your organization or event, contact one of our PYA executives below at (800) 270-9629.


Martin Brown

Martin Brown

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