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MCLE Annual Hospital & Health Law Conference 2019

May 23, 2019
MCLE Conference Center

Ten Winter Place, Boston, Massachusetts United States of America

On May 23, health care attorney Sarah Trautz will be presenting at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education's 20th Annual Hospital & Health Law Conference with Benjamin Wilson of Ropes & Gray on managed care organizations and payments. The conference will cover the most important developments affecting hospitals and health systems, managed care payers and providers doing business with them, conflicts of interest and research compliance, physicians and physician organizations, and health care fraud and abuse.

For more information, visit MCLE's event page here.

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