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Baker Donelson Hosts Long Term Care Symposium


Baker Donelson hosted a Long Term Care Symposium for executives and general counsel in the long term care industry on November 10 – 11.

The Symposium, presented by Baker Donelson's Long Term Care Industry Service Team, examined critical issues facing the long term care industry through a program exclusively designed for industry executives and in-house counsel. Attendees included industry leaders from more than 48 companies.

During the Symposium, industry leaders and Baker Donelson attorneys covered a range of topics, including:

  • Post-Election View – What the Election Means for Long Term Care Providers
  • What Every Provider Needs to Know About Department of Justice Investigations Under the Elder Justice Task Force
  • Hot Employment Law Issues in Long Term Care
  • Financing – Capital Markets, HUD, EB-5
  • Best Practices for Partnering with Hospice Providers
  • Managing Risk in Today's Challenging Environment
  • Build or Acquire – The Working Traps of Each
  • Telemedicine and HIPAA HITECH
  • Critical Bankruptcy Concepts for Owners and Operators

The event also included a panel session on trial tactics for long term care providers and another featuring the nation's leading long term care plaintiffs' attorneys discussing how they decide to take a case against a long term care facility.

Christy T. Crider, head of the Firm's Long Term Care Industry Service Team, said, "The Symposium is designed to provide long term care operators from across the country with the latest on legal and compliance issues facing their industry. The fact that this event continues to grow each time we host it shows that the long term care industry is focused on implementing best practices for the management of their facilities and the care of their patients."

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