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June 22 - 23, 2023 Webcast Replay

Health Care Industry Conference (E2306260)

8:00 AM - 5:10 PM EDT each day

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16 CPE Credits in MC


Few professions are evolving as fast as health care. Regulatory and legislative changes contribute to the industry's thirst for current information. Experts in the field will provide the latest data, resources and insights on the most pressing issues facing the health care accounting and business community.


CPAs, CFOs, controllers and accounting and finance professionals working in any aspect of the health care industry.


  • Learn about trends in the health care industry and accounting to implement in your practice or organization.
  • Boost your understanding of hot topics impacting the industry.


This conference is presented by the Florida Institute of CPAs (FICPA) in cooperation with the NJCPA.

Thursday, June 22 Agenda

8-9 a.m.
Lessons Learned Over My 30 Years in Health Care (1.0 SK)
Tommi Inzina, Former CEO - BayCare Health System
With nearly 30 years in the healthcare industry and 10 years in public accounting, Tommy has seen most everything and made almost every mistake. He will share stories to empower you to make fewer mistakes of your own.

9:10-10 a.m.
Health Care Private Equity Recap and Outlook: What the New Macro Means for Deals (1.0 SK)
Matt Wolf, Senior Manager - McGladrey LLP
This session will explore how changes in the macroeconomic and overall health care environment will affect the health care private equity deal environment, including impacts on how sponsors and operators manage their investments. The session will go on to extrapolate trends through the current fund vintage and beyond.

10:20-11:10 a.m.
The State of Long-Term Care in the U.S. (1.0 SK)
Paul DeMuro, CPA, PhD - Nossaman LLP
This session will address economics, staffing, post-COVID emergency, shifting demographics, targeting of diseases, private equity's increasing focus and technological advances, including artificial intelligence, value-based purchasing, claims, payment and increasing government activity.

11:20 a.m.-12:10 p.m.
340B Program and Technology Update (1.0 AA)
John C. Barry, Senior Manager - WithumSmith+Brown, PC
This session will provide recent updates and news related to the 340B program.

12:10-1:20 p.m.

1:20-2:20 p.m.
State Legislative Update (1.0 SK)
Mary Mayhew, President/CEO - Florida Hospital Association
This session will offer comprehensive insight into the essential public policy and legislative priorities that significantly impact the ability of Florida hospitals and health systems to provide exceptional high-quality health care services.

2:20-3:10 p.m.
STARK Update (1.0 SK)
Ben Assad Mirza, Partner - Mirza Healthcare Law Partners
This session will help you spot Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute violations, and the new rules for Value Based Entities and their related exceptions.

3:25-4:15 p.m.
Fraud in Health Care (1.0 AA)
Keith Givens, CPA - Federal Bureau of Investigation
This session will define health care fraud and discuss the elements of fraud violations. In addition, it will cover what to do if you suspect health care fraud and how to avoid being a victim of health care fraud. Last, it will discuss what to do if you are a victim of health care fraud.

4:20-5:10 p.m.
Cybersecurity in Health Care - Ransomware (1.0 AA)
Sanjay Deo, CISSP, HCISPP, CMMC-RP, PCI-QSA - 24By7Security, Inc
This session will inform you on the impact of ransomware on the operations of hospitals, including patient intake, revenue cycle management and patient care. You will learn preventative strategies to reduce risk related to ransomware and other cyber incidents. Also learn how to adopt a best-practices cybersecurity framework with the benefits of HR 7897.

Friday, June 23 Agenda

8-8:55 a.m.
Health Care Washington Update (1.0 SK)
Laura Dillon, Senior Manager - Ernst & Young LLP
Washington insiders will provide an overview of the dynamic federal health policy landscape including health policy priorities for the newly inaugurated 118th Congress and expected regulatory activity from the Biden Administration in 2023. This includes the latest on physician pay policy, the public health emergency, implementation of the Inflation Reduction Act, and compliance and enforcement updates pertaining to surprise billing, transparency, interoperability regulations and more.

9:05-9:55 a.m.
Health Care Megatrends Impact on Physician Practices (1.0 SK)
Jim Yanci, MS, MT (ASCP) - Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting
The healthcare ecosystem is changing rapidly in a post COVID environment. With the infusion of private equity funds and the incessant number of mega partnerships happening, many physician practices will find themselves at the crossroads of strategic decisions. This session will discuss options for consideration and practice preparedness.

10:10-11 a.m.
State of the Health Care Industry 2023 (1.0 AA)
Bryan B. Hall Jr, Partner - Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC
This session will provide a brief overview of the healthcare industry in 2023, including a discussion of the ongoing financial and regulatory impacts of the COVID pandemic on healthcare providers. The session will cover the impact and current status of previous federal and state intervention, with regards to the pandemic, and the financial challenges (both current and future) that healthcare providers and their accountants/advisors will navigate for years to come.

11:10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Trends In Florida Health Care Retirement Plans/Adding Value to Retirement Plan Audits (1.0 AA)
Kathleen Dulko, CPA, CPFA - Ashford Investment Advisors
This session will examine the current trends in retirement plans in Florida's health care sector and how you can add value to your audit by understanding these trends. It will cover best practices in the oversight of retirement plans, benchmarking key trends in plan design and participant behavior and communicate valuable findings.

12-1 p.m.

1-1:50 p.m.
Lease Accounting-The Aftermath of its Implementation and Cost to Your Business (1.0 AA)
Joel Stephan Mutnick
Learn the scope and key provisions of ASC 842 and its applicability to different types of leases. This session will examine the challenges and pitfalls of implementation and provide strategies for overcoming them.

2-2:50 p.m.
PIP Collections and Current Legislation (SK)
Marius "Marty" Ged, Managing Partner - GED Lawyers LLP
Recent bills signed into law by the governor will impact Hospitals and medical providers throughout the state of Florida. This discussion will be focus specifically on how those changes will impact Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits and the ability or lack thereof to properly collect payment from insurance carriers.

3-3:50 p.m.
Session details coming soon

3:50-4:40 p.m.
The Future of Value-Based Accounting (1.0 AA)
Jim Watson, Healthcare Advisory Partner - BDO USE, LLP
Value-Based Care (VBC) continues to evolve across payor categories (Medicare, Medicaid, Commercial). Over the course of the past 30 years under different definitions and models of VBC, we are seeing mixed results in improvements in care and outcomes. Our session will (a) provide a history of that evolution and lessons learned, (b) where we are today with prominent VBC models and a summary of those models, (c) where VBC models are moving towards in the future, and (c) insights and observations from VBC success stories and how to assess your readiness for the future of VBC.




Various Speakers

Various Speakers


$625.00 - Member

$875.00 - Nonmember

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