See the Future at Fall Conference

Health reform has moved quality, value, accountable care, and integration to the forefront of U.S. health care policies and strategies. TMA's 2011 Fall Conference Oct. 21-22 at the Hyatt Regency in Austin will help you prepare for upcoming challenges, take advantage of new opportunities, and avoid mistakes from the past.

Keynote speaker Alice Gosfield, JD, will discuss how physicians can shape their futures, regardless of practice setting. Ms. Gosfield, a Philadelphia attorney, is board chair of the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute, Inc., past board chair of the National Committee for Quality Assurance, and past president of the National Health Lawyers Association.

The agenda is:

Friday, Oct. 21
7:30 am-10 pm
Business meetings at the Hyatt and the TMA building

5:30-6:30 pm
Distinguished Service Award Reception honoring Bohn Allen, MD (open to all conference attendees and official guests) 

Saturday, Oct. 22
Business meetings at the Hyatt before and after the General Session

7:30-8:30 am
Networking Breakfast (open to all conference attendees and official guests) 

8:45-11:45 am
General Session
Opening Remarks by TMA President C. Bruce Malone, MD

9 am
2011 TMA Distinguished Service Award
Presentation by Paul Handel, MD 

9:20 am
The New World Order for Physicians: Maximizing the Moment
Alice G. Gosfield, JD 

11 am
Panel Discussion: A Strategic Look at Impending Compliance Deadlines
Moderated by TMA President C. Bruce Malone, MD

TMA will provide shuttle service between the Hyatt and the TMA building on Oct. 21.

Registration

Free registration is one of the many benefits of your TMA membership. Nonmembers may attend for $125. You may register online.

Onsite registration hours are:

Friday, Oct. 21
8 am-6:30 pm
TMA Building

8 am-7 pm
Hyatt

Saturday, Oct. 22
6 am-noon
Hyatt

For more information, visit the TMA website  or contact the TMA Knowledge Center by telephone at (800) 880-7955 or by email.


Action, Oct. 17, 2011 


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