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Case Studies of Clinical Integration Models:
Hits,
Misses,
& Consequences

Case Studies of Clinical Integration Models: Hits, Misses, & Consequences


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Speaker: Kay Freeman


Physicians and their administrative executives are increasingly faced with difficult, high impact (if not irreversible) decisions about the pros and cons of a barrage of clinical integration options and associated models, each typically touted as.the model physicians have been waiting for!
Physicians and their administrative executives are increasingly faced with difficult, high impact (if not irreversible) decisions about the pros and cons of a barrage of clinical integration options and associated models, each typically touted as.the model physicians have been waiting for!

This hype implies that these models are new to healthcare delivery with little, if any, track record of success or failure to judge them. In reality, most are just repackaged alternatives, some which worked and some that did not, from the 1990's given new life via the clinical integration movement. This 90-minute audio conference cuts through the rhetoric by presenting a no-nonsense overview of case studies of hits, misses, & consequences of three principal clinical integration models:

* Independent physician ground-up pc/multispecialty group practice model;
* Independent physician joint venture clinical integration model; and
* Hospital/independent physician clinical integration partnership model.

Hear Kay Freeman and Mickey Ross review in detail these respective models:
  • Origin and structure
  • Antitrust and related regulatory issues
  • Tactics to minimize failure ratio
  • Model decision matrix

  • Meet Our Expert Speakers:

    C. Kay Freeman is a nationally recognized author, and consultant, and President and CEO of Health Systems Strategies based in Atlanta, Georgia. Health Systems Strategies and its Medical Practice Strategies Division provide consulting advisory services to physician organizations, law firms, and hospitals nationwide. She is the author of four bestselling books on physician agreements, a contributing author to national publications, and the 4 part article series " "Inside Physician Organizations" " currently running in The Journal of Medical Practice Management. She is a specialist in organizational structure, infrastructure, contractual agreements, mergers, physician interface dynamics, and in clinical integration model viability, structure, and negotiation.

    Michael Eric (" "Mickey" ") Ross is a shareholder with Greenberg Traurig, LLP in Atlanta, Georgia and was a longtime partner at King & Spalding LLP. He is a seasoned business litigator with more than thirty years of experience in federal and state trial and appellate courts across the country. Mr. Ross has successfully represented both individuals and companies in a wide variety of cases, including antitrust and unfair competition.

    He has published more than twenty articles, including many on antitrust topics, and was President of the Antitrust Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Mr. Ross has also been repeatedly recognized as a " "Georgia Super Lawyer, " " among the " "Best Lawyers in America, " " and as a " "Leading Georgia Lawyer." " He has been an Adjunct Professor at Georgia State University College of Law since 2005.

    Mr. Ross graduated from the University of Florida, where he was the valedictorian, and received his law degree magna cum laude from Harvard Law School. He was also a Rhodes Scholar nominee from the State of Florida.