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Implementation Hurdles with Health Information Technology
Presented by: Young Lawyers Section
About the Program:
This two-tiered program will discuss the legal and financial difficulties with
adopting Health Information Technology (Health IT). In the first part, the
speakers will summarize how providers (e.g., hospitals/physicians) become
meaningful users of their adopted health IT in satisfaction of Medicare and
Medicaid incentives and will speak about negotiating vendor-provider
agreements. The second segment will offer a business perspective on the types
of players in the health IT market and how providers and other healthcare
entities can effectively implement health IT and its security and privacy
Daniel M. Lindenberg, Bershtein Volpe & McKeon PC, New
Ray Falci, Cain Brothers, New York, NY
H. Kennedy Hudner, Murtha Cullina LLP, Hartford
Neil M. Pressman, Presscott Associates Ltd., Avon
B. Moses Vargas, Robinson & Cole LLP, Hartford
6:00 Meaningful Use/Incentives (Vargas)
6:30 Licensing Models/Vendor Agreements (Hudner)
7:00 Business of Implementing Meaningful Use/ HITECH standards (Pressman)
7:30 Business of Working with Vendors to Implement Health Reform (Falci)
8:00 Questions and Answers
Who Should Purchase:
The seminar is designed for attorneys looking to expand their ability to
represent their clients and for providers interested in understanding the legal
and business perspectives with the implementation of health IT.
This seminar is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced
The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE.
CLE Credit: 2.0 Hours