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Boston Bar Association's Inaugural Health Care Conference

May 30, 2019
Boston Bar Association

16 Beacon Street Boston, Massachusetts

On Thursday, May 30, the Boston Bar Association's Health Care Conference will bring together firm experts, in-house counsel, regulators and policy leaders, and healthcare specialists for a full-day of education and networking. The topics covered will include a variety of legal trends and developments affecting health care providers and institutions, payers, insurers, physicians, and medical groups, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, and more.

Some Verrill Dana health care and life sciences attorneys will be participating in the discussions. Attorney Jim Roosevelt will be the moderator for the Healthcare Marketplace Trends Panel. Attorney Emily Fogler will moderate for the Right to Try and Expanded Access to Investigational Drugs Panel, where attorney Marylana Helou will be one of the panelists. Lastly, attorney Gary Rosenberg will be the co-moderator for the Hot Topics in Reimbursement: Provider-based and Overpayments/Recoupments Panel.

For more information and for the event agenda, visit the Boston Bar event page here.

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