APR 6, 2016
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Retail medicine encompasses a variety of health delivery models that emphasize convenience and affordability compared with traditional provider models. Examples include walk-in clinics, urgent care centers, freestanding emergency departments, after-hours physician offices, and workplace clinics.
This lecture will enhance the practitioner’s ability to provide legal representation to enterprises operating and financing walk-in clinics, urgent care centers, freestanding emergency departments, after-hours physician offices, and workplace clinics; to health care professionals providing services in these settings; and to patients obtaining care from them.
Peter A. Pavarini
Squire Patton Boggs
Peter Pavarini is the co-leader of the Healthcare Practice Group. He focuses his practice on the representation of hospitals and other healthcare providers in a wide range of strategic, regulatory and transactional matters, particularly physician alignment models and the development of clinically integrated provider organizations. Peter has devoted his entire legal career to addressing the challenges and opportunities presented by healthcare regulatory reforms and marketplace trends. He has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America for healthcare since 1991 and has been recognized by his peers in numerous other surveys and directories. Peter is the immediate past president of the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA), the nation's largest organization dedicated to health law issues.
Free & Open to the public.