Bass, Berry & Sims attorneys Matt Curley, Anna Grizzle, Lisa Rivera and Nesrin Tift will participate in the International Performance Management Institute (IPMI) Healthcare Law & Compliance Institute held February 25-27 at The Ritz-Carlton in Orlando, FL.

Healthcare providers, payers, and other stakeholders, as well as governments are being pushed to pivot, adapt, and innovate at a speed unlike any chapter in recent history. The pandemic placed unprecedented strain on a range of challenges already facing the healthcare sector – workforce shortages and burnout, supply chain issues, financial sustainability, changing demographics, growing public debt, and socio-economic inequities in the delivery of care. Disruptive innovations such as the rapid adoption of virtual health visits as well as the emergence of new delivery mechanisms and sites hold the promise of transformation in a traditionally slow-moving industry.

Bass, Berry & Sims has been a proud sponsor of the Healthcare Law & Compliance Institute for the last decade.

Matt Curley will participate in a panel titled “Critical Insights, Updates and Considerations in the Healthcare Law Landscape” with Nancy Paridy (Shirley Ryan AbilityLab – IL), Laura Martin (Katten), and Leigh Oliver (Clifford Chance). Matt will also co-panel “Dealing Effectively with Whistle Blowers” alongside fellow Bass, Berry & Sims member, Lisa Rivera, Matthew Fowler (Prisma Health), Lana Ros (Lehigh Valley).

Anna Grizzle and Nesrin Tift will co-panel a “Diligence Red Flags: Finding and Resolving Compliance Issues in Transactions” panel alongside Celeste Oglesby (Lifepoint Health) and Chris Shea (Memorial Hermann Health System).

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