AHLA Public Health Systems Affinity Group: Public/Private Partnerships Educational SeriesPDF
John B. Garver, III moderated "Key Business and Legal Issues of Public/Private Partnerships" at the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) Public Health Systems Affinity Group: Public/Private Partnerships Educational Series.
Public/private partnerships in the healthcare area are a growing area of activity and interest. This webinar addressed not only the basic structures and deal terms of public/private partnerships, but also provided thoughtful insights on selecting the ideal structure. Participants learned about issues unique to the public hospital process and recent trends in these transactions.
This webinar addressed:
- Unique statutory and constitutional issues impacting deal structure and implementation;
- Basic transaction structures;
- Factors influencing deal structure;
- The deal process;
- Special deal terms; and,
- What’s next for public/private partnerships.
The Public/Private Partnerships Educational Series focuses on the business and legal issues that arise when public and private hospitals and systems collaborate in response to mounting pressures brought on as the healthcare market continues to evolve in response to legal, regulatory and economic challenges. Attendees should expect to learn about (1) alternative sources of funding related to state Medicaid programs, (2) deal terms, structures and recent trends related to actual transactions, (3) negotiating and doing business with health systems subject to public records laws, particularly with respect to compensation and fair market valuation analyses, and (4) post-transaction issues facing teaching hospitals and academic medical centers, all within the context of public and private hospitals and systems negotiating and doing business together.
For more information on this event or the AHLA webinar series, please visit the AHLA website.