Accountable Care Organizations Proposed Regulations Web Seminar CD
Proposed regulations analyzed, including impact on hospital operations, provision of care



Web Seminar Recorded Live April 7, 2011

On March 31, 2011, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services released the much-anticipated Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) proposed regulations. Health care providers nationwide will now be moving fast to learn what the regulations say and how to apply this to their operations.

Of all the tenets of reform, ACOs have generated the most attention and debate. This groundbreaking concept may well have a significant impact on how future health care services are provided. How it plays out all depends upon the interpretation of the regulations.

Listen to this vital web seminar and learn:

  • What the regulations say hospitals can and can’t do
  • How to know if an ACO is a good fit for your facility
  • How the regulations will impact hospitals — now and in the coming years
  • What alignment of providers may look like, potential models
  • Pitfalls to avoid — applying reform to California, Stark exception
  • And more …

Recommended for:

Chief executive officers, chief operating officers, chief medical officers, chief financial officers, managed care directors, and quality directors.


Lloyd A. Bookman, founding partner, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC

Charles B. Oppenheim, partner, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC

Gary Baldwin, assistant chief counsel, Division of Licensing, California Department of Managed Health Care