2015 Healthcare Summit
White and Williams is proud to present the 2015 Healthcare Summit. In true summit fashion, we bring together seasoned lawyers from White and Williams and experts in healthcare and related fields. Organizations represented include Geisinger Health System, Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Yale University, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Thursday, May 7, 2015
8:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Penn Museum | 3260 South Street | Philadelphia, PA 19104
The Healthcare Summit is an outstanding opportunity for doctors, nurses, hospital administrators, risk managers, insurance adjusters, and other healthcare professionals to gather and discuss issues and trends impacting the healthcare industry.
- Are You Ready for Tech "Savvy" Providers and Patients?: The advantages and pitfalls of assorted electronic communication tools used by institutions, providers and their patients.
- Data Breaches in the Healthcare Industry – Vulnerability and Consequences: The increasing threats faced by the healthcare industry, types of breaches, the regulatory overlay, resulting consequences and best practices.
- Precision Medicine - Data-Driven Treatments and Evolving Standards of Care: The NIH’s Precision Medicine Initiative, implementation of personalized diagnostics, the liability and other risks associated with individualized medicine, and the anticipated evolution of the standard of care.
- Curbside Consultations and Their Potential Medical and Legal Implications: Best practices providers can follow when providing informal opinions to colleagues that aid patient care and how to minimize the risk of unwarranted legal claims.
- Litigation Management for Risk Managers: Advice, perspectives and discussion on methods for healthcare and hospital risk managers to stay out of plaintiffs’ counsel’s cross-hairs in civil litigation.
- Emerging Developments in Healthcare Litigation from the Courts and Legislature: Key recent appellate decisions and current and pending legislation that are likely to have an impact on the defense of healthcare professionals.