A combined program presented by the Los Angeles County Bar Association Healthcare Law Section and Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc. (CAP);  the program, scheduled for the evening of March 4 in downtown Los Angeles, will focus on independent physicians reimbursement issues and legal solutions. 

Physicians interested in attending may do so free of charge, courtesy of Cooperative and American Physicians.

Panel participations, comprised of leading experts on the nexus between law and medicine, will discuss every aspect of obtaining proper reimbursement for non-contracted care include:

Mike Bidart, Esq., will discuss the ever present issue of medical necessity and the law regarding medical necessity determinations. 

Robert Gianelli, Esq., will present class action case law over implementation of AB72 and its impact on independent physicians. 

Daron Tooch, Esq., will review legal remedies to inadequate reimbursement under AB72 for non-contracted, non-emergency medical care, and a flawed state-run review process. 

Pat Hooper, Esq., will present issue on the long-standing and ever present recover actions against physicians by both government agencies and private payers. 

Former LACMA president Robert Bitonte, MD, JD will moderate the panel. 

Physicians interested in attending may do so without charge, courtesy of Cooperative and American Physicians. To register call: (800) 361-5569 or email: RSVP@CAPhysicians.com. Onsite registrations at the event are welcome. 

Note: written course materials will be distributed via email prior to the program. Please be sure program organizers have your correct email address at the time of registration. Onsite registrants will receive course materials when registering. 

Event Details

Wednesday, March 4, 2020 | Registration and dinner: 6:00 | Program: 6:30-8:30

Offices of Los Angeles County Bar Association

1055 W. 7th Street

Suite 2700

Los Angeles, CA 90017

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