The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to announce on Thursday, June 28th, its decision on the Affordable Care Act. Vorys Health Care Advisors and a panel of Vorys, Sater, Seymour, and Pease attorneys will be available Monday, July 2 at 2:30 p.m. (ET) for a complimentary webinar.
To RSVP or for more information, please contact Cindy Embry at email@example.com or at 614.545.6617. Login information will be provided before the webinar.
Panelists will address critical questions surrounding the Court’s decision and what will happen next with the major provisions of the law. The outcome will likely affect employers across all industries, health care providers and countless others.
The panel will be moderated by Ross Bridgman, chair of the Vorys health care group and a partner in the Columbus office.
Panelists will include:
Matt Albers: Matt is of counsel in the Vorys Cleveland office and focuses his practice on all aspects of health care law. Matt, a former associate general counsel for University Hospitals Health System in Cleveland, has spoken widely regarding the Affordable Care Act and its possible outcomes.
Maureen Corcoran: Maureen is president of Vorys Health Care Advisors, which advises health care providers, business decision makers, professional associations and other stakeholders on the changing health care environment. Prior to joining VHCA, Maureen was deputy director of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, where she directed all policy and program initiatives for the state of Ohio’s Medicaid program.
Jolie Havens: Jolie is a partner in the firm’s Columbus office specializing in health care compliance and reimbursement and employee health and welfare benefits compliance. Jolie has spoken and published both nationally and locally on compliance with and legal implications of the Affordable Care Act as related to health care providers and employers across all industries.
Daphne Saneholtz: Daphne is a senior advisor with Vorys Health Care Advisors. Prior to joining VHCA, Daphne held various roles at the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services within the Office of Ohio Health Plans and the Office of Legislation.
This program is pending approval by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for .75 total CLE hours instruction.