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Challenges and Opportunities
What's Ahead for the Health Care Industry
Legislation, consumerism and value-based care are reshaping health care across the board and health care finance in particular. The AICPA’s Health Care Industry Conference is the forum where experts and practitioners convene to share knowledge and insight on guiding industry-specific financial decisions.
New this year are more robust, interactive sessions that take deeper dives into revenue recognition and cybersecurity, plus perennial favorites, such as FASB and Affordable Care Act updates.
The conference’s in-depth coverage combined with panel discussions, Q&As and networking will help you lead your clients and organization confidently through key challenges and opportunities ahead.
CUSTOMIZE YOUR LEARNING
Want to focus on a specific area of health care finance or administration?
Three tracks and learning paths will help you identify sessions that best match
GENERAL - Topical issues and business opportunities for providers, facilities and support staff
INDUSTRY - The unique challenges industry providers face, with sessions covering effective management, reporting, reimbursements, internal audits and more
TECHNICAL - Emerging accounting, auditing and tax issues specific to the health care industry
AUDIT - Putting a spotlight on data analytics and using big data to identify risks and enhance the efficiency of the audit process
INDUSTRY FINANCIAL EXECUTIVES - A balanced mixture of strategy and practical best practices to serve your organization better
VALUATION - Technical training for health care valuation, a field that’s gaining in popularity
Who Should Attend
CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, compliance officers, internal auditors, attorneys, financial managers and administrators of hospitals, physician groups, managed care organizations, board of directors and trustees, and valuation specialists in the healthcare industry arena, as well as CPA practitioners with health care clients.
This conference was prepared in accordance with the Joint AICPA/NASBA Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Programs, effective on July 1, 2012. The recommended CPE credits are in accordance with these standards; however, your individual state board is the final authority on the acceptance of programs for CPE credit.