Six years after the passing of the Affordable Care Act, the health care industry faces unique financial concerns, and the upcoming election has the potential to significantly influence health care finance and delivery. Panelists will discuss the impact of the ACA on participating insurers, the complications of the financially distressed providers and patients, and the ethical implications and limitation of representing health care entities. They also will explore differences between larger urban health systems and smaller rural ones, as well as for-profit and not-for-profit institutions. With Georgia leading the country in hospital closures, this session will explore several recent examples as case studies.
-William H. Bolin, Owner and principal of Boling Co.;
-Samantha R. Johnson (J.D. ’03, M.B.A. ’14, M.H.A. ’14), senior associate general counsel at Grady Health System;
-Samuel R. Maizel, partner, Restructing, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Group at Dentons;
-Professor Jack F. Williams, Georgia State Law
Institutional Repository Citation
Boling, William H.; Johnson, Samantha R.; Maizel, Samuel R.; and Wiliams, Jack F., "Towers To Trenches: Full of Patients But Low on Cash: Managing Conflicts Between Health-Care Needs and Budget Woes" (2016). Center for Law, Health and Society Events. 52.