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Stopping Health Care Hemorrhaging: Transforming New York City's Health Care Infrastructure

Mar
28
2017

Date: March 28, 2017

Time: 9:00AM

Location: 42 West 44th Street, New York, NY

Topics

 

In the last ten years 13 hospitals have shuttered their doors in New York City. Meanwhile outpatient care continues to grow at rapid rates. There are many reasons for this change including the use of new technologies, better prescription medications, improved case management, and reforms to inpatient reimbursement. Yet sufficient resources have not been deployed to address the growing need for outpatient care.

This event will feature two panels. The first panel will discuss the technological, legal, and labor challenges of transitioning from inpatient to outpatient treatment.

Mintz Levin's Meghan Burke will be on the second panel, that will discuss and identify alternative vehicles to finance the capital infrastructure.

Speakers

Professional Cropped Burke Meghan Mintz

Meghan B. Burke

Panelist

Meghan B. Burke leads Mintz's Public Finance Practice, serving as bond counsel and advising underwriters, borrowers, trustees, and purchasers in tax-exempt and taxable general obligation and revenue financings. Meghan handles matters related to transportation, education, health care, and other areas.