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Innovations in Healthy Aging 2022 Summit: Bridging Academia and Industry

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June 8, 2022
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern


University of Arizona
Washington, D.C. Center for Outreach and Collaboration

1301 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Suite 500
Washington, D.C., 20004


June 8, 2022
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern

Join Baker Donelson for the University of Arizona's inaugural event, "Innovations in Healthy Aging 2022 Summit: Bridging Academia and Industry." As growing numbers of Americans live longer, expanded support from universities is critical to meet the needs of a diverse, aging population. With this need in mind, the University of Arizona has embarked on a large-scale Innovations in Healthy Aging (IHA) strategic initiative that spans nearly 100 researchers across numerous disciplines.

Baker Donelson is proud to support this complimentary one-day hybrid conference. Register here to join us for the event, either in-person at the Washington D.C. at the University of Arizona Center for Outreach and Collaboration or virtually.

Baker Donelson would like to recognize shareholder Thomas H. Barnard for his efforts to bring this event to fruition with the support of the University of Arizona Washington, D.C. Center for Outreach & Collaboration and the District of Columbia and Maryland Chapters of the Federal Bar Association.

Baker Donelson attorneys Allison M. Cohen and Howard L. Sollins will present alongside scholars, regulators, practitioners, researchers, and administrators about how to best serve the needs of this growing segment of the population.

Leveraging Telehealth to Improve Aging in Place | 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.

Allison M. Cohen and a panel of diverse stakeholders will discuss the growing demand for home telehealth and promising approaches to improve clinical effectiveness, cost-efficiencies, and greater access, while complying with shifting regulations.

Fraud & Abuse, Compliance, and Consumer Protection in Long Term Care | 10:45 – 11:45 a.m.

Howard Sollins will moderate the panel discussion of concerning the roles of the government and the public in protecting against common threats and share best practices to mitigate the risk from the rise of predatory consumer practices.

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