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Smith Moore to Offer Health Law Teleconferences

Smith Moore to Offer Health Law Teleconferences


October 3, 2007

Series to keep healthcare providers current on law changes

GREENSBORO, NC – Smith Moore LLP has created an informational series of teleconferences designed to help healthcare providers stay current with changes to health care law.  Beginning in October, a different Smith Moore attorney will host a teleconference each month and will present insights and information regarding a specific topic pertaining to healthcare law.

The series will cover topics on a variety of issues faced by healthcare providers across the country, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, immigration, documentation, abuse allegations, minors and health care, and responding to law enforcement requests.

The teleconferences will begin with the debut on October 18 with "Tax Exempt Hospitals Under Fire:  A Review of Actions by the IRS and Congress," presented by attorney David Kyger.  On November 15, attorneys Molly Huggins and Lorraine Spencer will present "Clinical Trials – Emerging Issues," followed by Maureen Murray's presentation on January 17, "Medical Staff Bylaws – The Joint Commission's Revision of MS.1.20."

Registration is free and open to all health care providers.  To register, contact Christine Phillips at Smith Moore LLP at 336-378-5528 or via e-mail at christine.phillips@smithmoorelaw.com.

Contact: Donnie Turlington
For Smith Moore LLP
336-275-7000
dturlington@bouvierkelly.com

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