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Compliance Issues In Mergers and Acquisitions – Compliance Institute 2013

Compliance Issues In Health Care Mergers and Acquisitions
John Fisher to Speak at HCCA National Compliance Institute

Medical Practice Compliance ProgramsThe Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) has released the program and speakers for its annual Compliance Institute that is being held at Gaylord National National Harbor, MD (DC Metro Area) on April 23 and 24, 2013. John Fisher will be presenting at the national conference on the topic “Compliance Issues in Mergers and Acquisitions.” John is a member of the Ruder Ware Health Care Industry Focus Team. He is certified in Health Care Compliance and in Corporate Compliance and Ethics. John began his practice in representing health care providers in 1985. John has a depth of experience in health care transactions, provider integration and mergers and acquisitions involving health care providers. He has been involved in provider integration since the early 1990s.

HCCA is a national association of health care compliance professionals. HCCA provides the following description of John’s presentation:

Compliance Issues in Mergers and Acquisitions
John Fisher II, Health Care & Compliance Counsel, Ruder Ware, LLSC
– When will you be liable for the liabilities of an entity you are acquiring?
– What is the appropriate role of compliance in the transaction?
– Defining the scope of due diligence and addressing compliance issues

A complete description of the Compliance Institute program is included on the HCCA web site at the following link: HCCA Compliance Institute 2013

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John H. Fisher

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