Please join theAsian Health Care Leaders Association (AHCLA) onWednesday, February 20th from 12:00 -1:30 pm CDT for the final webinar of our HCA-sponsored webinar series, "The Electronic Health Records Incentives Program: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly."
As we know, health care law requires a depth of understanding that goes beyond that commonly found in general practice firms with health care law departments. Such depth can only be achieved through industry specialization and experience. Listen to unique insights from those talking directly to the providers and suppliers in all aspects of their business needs: regulatory transactions, litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution needs, as well as advocacy and public policy.
The two presenters for this webinar,Felicia Y. Sze andEric D. Chan, are affiliated withHooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC, the largest full service law practice in the country dedicated solely to the representation of health care providers and suppliers. With offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, and Washington, D.C. and clients in 50 states, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC meets the business, litigation, regulatory and government relations needs of a broad array of health care providers--ranging from the largest national health care organizations to community hospitals and individual physician practices.
- Attendees will understand the fundamental basics of the EHR incentive payments, including eligibility for payments and general timeframes
- Attendees will learn about the auditing that CMS is currently pursuing with respect to EHR incentive payments
- Attendees will learn about threats of liability that providers have received related to the adoption of EHR systems
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Felicia Y. Sze, Senior Counsel, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC
Felicia Y. Sze has been an attorney with Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, P.C. since September 2004, where she practices in the firm's litigation and reimbursement departments. Ms. Sze has been involved in regulatory litigation, including class action lawsuits against healthcare providers related to compliance with regulatory requirements, and numerous policy-oriented cases involving the Department of Health Care Services. Ms. Sze's litigation experience includes various reimbursement-related matters, including defending and/or developing the quality assurance fees on skilled nursing facilities and hospitals used to support cost-based reimbursement; challenging regulations affecting healthcare providers; and suits against managed care entities on behalf of non-contracted emergency service providers. Ms. Sze also advises clients on regulatory and reimbursement issues and assists clients on public policy matters.
Ms. Sze received her J.D. from the University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law in 2004. In 2002, Ms. Sze was awarded the Barbee Legal Research Fellowship for healthcare law. In addition, Ms. Sze served as Research Assistant to Professor Marjorie Shultz for three years, during which time she researched and edited publications related to medical mistakes and racial disparities in health.
Ms. Sze earned her M.P.H. degree specializing in Community Health Sciences/Health Policy from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1998. After graduating from the University of California at Los Angeles, Ms. Sze served as a Presidential Management Intern for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In this capacity, she acted as the Regional Affairs Specialist to the Regional Director, Region IX.
Eric D. Chan, Associate, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC
Eric Chan is an associate in the litigation department of Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC. Mr. Chan has represented a pharmaceutical company in mass tort litigation; a consumer products company in multiple false advertising class action cases; and digital technology companies in patent litigation.
Mr. Chan received his B.S. degree in Cybernetics,summa cum laude, from University of California at Los Angeles. He received his J.D. degree from Stanford University, where he was Co-Editor-In-Chief of Stanford Technology Law Review. After graduation, he clerked for the Hon. Mariana R. Pfaelzer of the Central District of California. He also regularly advises clients on document retention strategies relating to enterprise-wide information technology systems and cloud computing. Mr. Chan is a co-author of Bloomberg BNA's practice guide,Spoliation of Electronically Stored Information, and is also a key contributor to Bloomberg BNA'sPreserving Electronically Stored Information: A Practical Approach.
Debra Zabloudil, CAE, FACHE, President & CEO, The Learning Studio, Inc.
Debra serves as President & CEO of The Learning Studio, Inc. (TLS), a firm that provides strategic direction and professional development opportunities for clients.
Prior to launching TLS, Debra served in key strategic and development roles at the Association Forum of Chicagoland, served as Director of Education for the Joint Commission and spent nine years at the American College of Healthcare Executives. In this role, she was responsible for the ongoing evaluation and quality control of all ACHE educational programs, and served as the lead staff for ACHE's popular Congress on Healthcare Leadership.
Debra received her bachelor's degree in Speech Communications/Public Relations from Southern Illinois University, and her master's degree in Management of Public Service from DePaul University. She has earned her Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
We hope you will join us on February 20th!
AHCLA would like to acknowledge HCA for its support of this four-part webinar series.
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Asian Health Care Leaders Association