Fifteen Epstein Becker Green attorneys will speak at the Ohio Hospital Association Annual Meeting, which runs from June 13 to 15.

Attendees will gain valuable insight about statewide industry trends, network with peers, and achieve a better understanding of the health care issues and policies most likely to impact their organizations.

Scheduled presentations include:

Monday, June 13

Interoperability and Information Blocking Update (8:00 am)
Allen Killworth and Jennifer Nelson Carney

Holistic Approach to Hospital Construction: Best Practices in Modern Health Care Design and Construction, Including Accreditation, Reimbursement, and Post-Construction Tax Considerations (9:30 am)
Jonathan Brollier, Chris Dunn, and David Johnston

Ask Us Anything (AUA) … About Your Medical Staff (9:30 am)
Steve Kleinman and Kim Parks

A Hospital's Guide to HIPAA in 2022 (2:00 pm)
Allen Killworth and Beth Kastner

Do You Believe in Miracles? Possible Transaction Solutions for Physician Enterprise Losses (2:00 pm)
Kevin Hilvert

Licensed to Thrive: What to Expect for Ohio Hospital Licensure (3:15 pm)
Allen Killworth and Jennifer Nelson Carney

The Future Is Now: Legal Concepts to Know and Understand in Telemedicine (3:15 pm)
Steve Kleinman

Tuesday, June 14

Medical and Religious Accommodation/Exemption Issues Relating to COVID-19 Vaccines (8:00 am)
Jill Bigler and Jim Petrie

CMS Space-Sharing and Co-Location: What’s New? A Lot! (8:00 am)
Shannon DeBra and David Johnston

Dropping the Veil on Price Transparency: What It Means for Your Hospital (9:30 am)
Chris Bennington and Victoria Flinn McCurdy

Addressing Provider Conduct and Impairment in the COVID Era (9:30 am)
Steve Kleinman and Kim Parks

Beneficiary Inducements - Staying Out of the Penalty Box (2:00 pm)
Shannon DeBra

Ageism, Alcohol, De-wormer and Lawyers: Recent Cases That Impact Your Medical Staff (3:15 pm)
Jeremy Morris


For more information and to register, please visit

Event Detail

June 13-15, 2022

Hilton Columbus at Easton Columbus, OH

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