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Quarterly Lectures

IAHA Quarterly Lectures provide a high-level detailed exploration of a current health law topic. The 75-minute lectures feature expert speakers with first-hand experience with the topic and often include spirited audience discussion.

Past lectures have addressed gain sharing/pay-for-performance, problem physicians, managed care contracting, electronic medical records, medical malpractice in Illinois, and joint ventures.

The lectures take place at the offices of Katten Muchin Rosenman, conveniently located near trains and parking at 525 West Monroe. Lectures start with refreshments at 8:00 AM and conclude by 9:45 AM.

Attendees can earn 1.25 hours of Illinois MCLE credit. Lectures are free for IAHA members and only $50 for non-members.


 

Antitrust Implications of Healthcare Transactions Across State Lines

Wednesday, December 12, 2018
8:30 AM - 9:45 AM

(Refreshments from 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM)

Location

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Katten Muchin Rosenman
525 West Monroe
19th Floor, Chicago

 Registration Rates

Members
Complimentary

Non-members
$50

 Continuing Education

Approved for 1.25 hours
of CLE

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Historically, interstate healthcare mergers have attracted much less antitrust scrutiny than intrastate transactions – presumably because the impact on smaller markets seemed more apparent. But with the dramatic increase in the number and scale of multi-state mergers and other transactions, regulators will likely increase their scrutiny of these “mega-deals.” Our speaker will explore how the priorities, focus, and analysis of antitrust regulators may evolve in the era of increased interstate transactions.

 

Speaker
Ashley M. Fischer
Partner
McDermott, Will & Emery

 

 


Ashley M. Fischer represents health care providers on a wide range of corporate and regulatory matters, including:

  • Affiliations
  • Collaborations
  • Health reform initiatives and alignment strategies
  • Joint ventures
  • Managed care contracting networks such as clinically integrated networks (CINs) and accountable care organizations (ACOs)

Her health antitrust practice includes assessing the implications of the formation and operation of competitor collaborations (CINs, ACOs, joint ventures), merger analysis and defense, compliance and ordinary course conduct.

Ashley served as partner-in-charge of the firm’s Health Industry Advisory Practice Group in Chicago from 2015 to 2018 and currently serves on the Firm’s Management Committee.

 

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