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National Managed Care Institute 2022

ABA Health Law Section


Date: December 15, 2022

Time: 3:45PM - 4:45PM (EST)

Location: Washington D.C.

Joe Miller will be speaking at the 2022 National Managed Care Institute hosted by the American Bar Association (ABA) on a panel titled "Antitrust and Managed Care: What's New and What's Important for the Industry?" The panel will provide an update from DC, including Biden’s Executive Order, the Antitrust Divison’s case against the United/Change transaction, litigation trends and the policies favoring trials over settlements, the FTC’s hostility toward PBMs, an update on the Blue Cross MDL, and much more.

The Managed Care Institute is a new educational symposium (offered as a virtual conference in 2020) by the American Bar Association for attorneys in private practice, in government service and in-house that work in the area of “managed care” and with risk based health care entities of all types. This includes traditional MCOs, provider operated health plans, ACOs, ICNs, MSOs, TPAs, PBMs, tribal health plans, self-funded ERISA plans, administrative support entities and all others involved in the reimbursement side of health care. Join leaders in the field for 10+ hours of CLE credit over two days to learn more about government program participation, litigation/claims trends, ERISA updates, value-based reimbursement/delivery-model changes, vendor contracting, and more.


Joseph M. Miller is Co-chair of Mintz’s Antitrust Practice. He draws on in-house, law firm, and government experience to advise clients on transactions, government investigations, and merger reviews.