Healthcare Law On Demand Program 3/29/16
Healthcare Law On Demand Program 3/29/16

Eighth Annual LACBA-LACMA Education Symposium on Evolving Issues in Health Care: Current Medical, Legal and Litigation Issues in Cases Involving Traumatic Brain Injury, Provider Networks, and Physician Reimbursement

Presented by the Healthcare Law Section


Litigation and Traumatic Brain Injury

Experts present an overview of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and litigation Involving evaluation and treatment of sports-related injuries, from high school to pro sports,. Dr. Robert Bitonte, M.D., J.D. LLM provides a review of the standard of care for evaluating and treating brain injured athletes. Catherine Miller, R.N, J.D. of Cooperative of American Physicians addresses physician exposure in evaluating and treating sports related injuries. World renowned plaintiff’s counsel Thomas Girardi explains current NFL, college, and high school litigation strategies.

Consumer Remedies for Misrepresentation of Provider Networks

This timely topic will be addressed by Michael Bidart, an expert in insurance litigation. False and misleading advertising regarding health coverage and provider networks, as well as provider remedies for misuse of physician network status, will be discussed.

Obtaining Adequate Physician Reimbursement from Medicare and for Out-of-Network Providers.

Charles Oppenheim, a Hooper, Lundy & Bookman partner and expert in Medicare reimbursement and Daron Tooch, a Hooper, Lundy & Bookman partner and litigation expert in the recovery of reimbursement for out-of-network physicians, will discuss the impact of new Medicare regulations and recent trends in out-of-network physician reimbursement litigation.

Originally Recorded 3/29/16


Dr. Robert Bitonte, M.D., J.D.

Catherine Miller, R.N, J.D.

Charles Oppenheim, Past Chair of LACBA Healthcare Law Section

Thomas Girardi

Michael Bidart

Daron Tooch

Duration & Credit Info

3.25 hours CLE credit

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