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AICPA Health Care Industry Conference
Nov. 6–Nov. 8, 2019
|
Loews Coronado Bay Resort, Coronado, CA
| Live online
Conference details

What's Ahead for the Health Care Industry

Change is happening rapidly in health care. The new lease standard, telehealth, goodwill impairment, and revenue recognition are just several examples of glimpses of the health care industries future. At the AICPA’s Health Care Industry Conference, we'll discuss how these changes can help you advance, and stay ahead of the future.

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.

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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.

Recommended CPE Credit
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.

Attendance options
AICPA Health Care Industry Conference
Nov 06-Nov 08, 2019

On-site: Immersed in the energy
Step away from your desk, and join us in Coronado, CA. Youíll interact directly with thought leaders and have the advantage of dedicated networking time with your professional community. (Up to 21 CPE credits).

Pricing:
Early Bird rate ends 09/22
AICPA member: $1,035.00
Nonmember: $1,435.00
AICPA Online Conference on the Health Care Industry
Nov 06-Nov 08, 2019

Online: When travel isnít your preference
Sessions will be streamed live, in real time, direct to your computer or mobile device. Youíll have access to audio and video sessions, remote networking through polls and chat rooms, and handouts and slides, just as if you were there on-site. (Up to 21 CPE credits).

Pricing:
Early Bird rate ends 09/22
AICPA member: $1,035.00
Nonmember: $1,435.00
AICPA Health Care Industry Conference: Flex Pass
Nov 06-Nov 08, 2019

New > Flex Pass: The best of all worlds
Now you donít have to choose. Enjoy the flexibility of on-site AND online: attend some of the conference sessions in person to network with your peers, and view other sessions online. (Up to 21 CPE credits).

Already registered but interested in this new attendance option? Call Member Service to upgrade to Flex Pass: 888.777.7077.

Pricing:
Early Bird rate ends 09/22
AICPA member: $1,235.00
Nonmember: $1,635.00
AICPA Online Conference on the Health Care Industry - Select 8
Nov 06-Nov 08, 2019
Pricing:
Early Bird rate ends 09/22
AICPA member: $665.00
Nonmember: $965.00
Nov 06 2019
Introduction to the World of Health Care Finance, Regulations, and Strategy
08:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Nov 06 2019
Introduction to the World of Health Care Finance, Regulations, and Strategy (Online)
08:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Nov 06 2019
Blockchain in Health Care
08:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Nov 06 2019
Blockchain in Health Care (Online)
08:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Agenda

WEDNESDAY, November 6
7:30 AM - 5:40 PM

Registration and Information Center Open

8:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Pre Conference Optional Workshops (Select One)

HEA19101. Introduction to the World of Health Care Finance, Regulations and Strategy
Field(s) of Study: Accounting, Business Law
Knowledge Level: Overview-Basic | CPE: 4

Speakers: Dawn Stark, CPA, CHFP, Partner, Healthcare Technical Leader, Plante Moran;
Jon Rue;
Britt Tabor, CPA, FACHE, EVP & CFO/Treasurer, Erlanger Health System


This workshop is not available as part of the Flex Pass registration options.

HEA19102. Blockchain in Health Care
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: TBD | CPE: 4

Speaker: Ali Loveys, MD, Managing Director Digital Health| Government and Public Sector, US HC Blockchain Leader, EY


This workshop is not available as part of the Flex Pass registration options.

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Lunch on your own

12:30 PM - 12:45 PM

Welcome Remarks

12:45 PM - 1:35 PM

Keynote

HEA1901. Policy Update
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1

Speaker: John Bardis, CEO, JB Health Solutions


Description coming soon.

1:35 PM - 1:40 PM

Transition Break

1:40 PM - 2:55 PM

Keynote

HEA1902. The Disruptors: How Amazon, Apple, CVS & Other Tech Companies Will Change Health Care
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1.5

Speaker: Ron Galloway, President, 818 Research LLC


Amazon, Google and now CVS have ridden the wave of businesses leveraging their existing frameworks into health care as it turns to data and digital health. Amazon will use Prime and Whole Foods to enter into the pharmacy business, and a potential partnership with Cerner will reportedly utilize Amazon's analytics and perhaps an Amazon EHR. Google has been pushing relentlessly into health care with initiatives in health, wellness and life sciences and even has a whole division devoted to expanding the human lifespan. With the Aetna acquisition, CVS can combine a physical footprint with a payment model and pharmaceutical innovation. This session will examine the plans these three giants have for our health care delivery system.

Learning objectives:

  • Illustrate the disruptive impact Google is having in healthcare research, CVS will have in pharmacy and health insurance, and Amazon will have in pharmacy and medical supplies, and perhaps health clinics.
  • Show how all 3 companies plan to impact Electronic Healthcare Records.
  • Promote an understanding of a timeline of these events, and the probable outcomes.
2:55 PM - 3:25 PM

Afternoon Networking Break

3:25 PM - 4:40 PM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

HEA1903. Business Combinations and Goodwill: A Primer and Update
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Intermediate-Advanced| CPE: 1.5

Speakers: Dan Platten, CPA, Director, Duff & Phelps;
Jimmy Peterson, CFA, Principal | Advisory Services - Healthcare, Deloitte


Business combinations in the health care space continue to have high annual volumes, but how do these impact the balance sheet post-transaction. The session will discuss details regarding ASC 805, Business Combinations, as well as post-transaction goodwill related issues.

Learning objectives:

  • Discuss background information on ASC 805 and ASC 350.
  • Provide attendees instructive insight on the application of accounting for business combinations.

HEA1904. Navigating the Rapidly Changing Health Care Landscape - Understanding the Evolution of Payment & Provision Models in the US
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1.5

Speaker: Robin Roark, MD, Partner,McKinsey & Company


This session provides a review of key macroeconomic trends that are impacting health care providers in the US today, a summary of strategies that are being deployed by successful systems, and key themes observed in top performing organizations.

HEA1905. Teleheath
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1.5

Speaker: James Edwards, CEO, Cloudbreak Health


Description coming soon.

4:40 PM - 4:50 PM

Transition Break

4:50 PM - 5:40 PM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

HEA1906. The Evolution of Value Based Care – Are You Ready?
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1

Speaker: David Gregory, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP


Healthcare reform prompted government and private payers to shift the focus of healthcare delivery to increasing access and lowering the costs of healthcare while improving outcomes for consumers.  This led to transitioning from fee-for-service to value-based care (VBC) payment models.  VBC is reimbursed based on clinical and financial outcomes measured by the overall health of a population.  Value-based contracting requires the alignment of incentives across providers, payers and health plan members to achieve the “triple aim” of healthcare reform, i.e., improving the experience of care and the health of populations, and reducing the per capita costs of healthcare.  VBC involves collaboration and accountability, and encompasses a continuum of potential rewards and risks.  This presentation provides a roadmap to the transition to VBC, discussing a readiness assessment, various VBC contracting strategies, the value-based contracting process, and evaluating a VBC contract.

Learning objectives:

  • Audience participants will understand health care reform’s role in facilitating value-based care and the development of alternative payment models
  • Audience participants will learn how to assess readiness for delivering value-based care
  • Audience participants will understand the value-based contracting process, and how to evaluate a value-based contract

HEA1907. Revenue Cycle: Strategic Planning & Reimbursement - Robotics, Cognitive Automation and Artificial Intelligence
Field(s) of Study: Business Management & Organization, Finance
Knowledge Level: Advanced | CPE: 1

Speakers: Ed Berenblum, Managing Director, Healthcare Strategy and Operations, Deloitte Consulting;
Benjamin Snow, Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting


Description coming soon.

HEA1908. Navigating Physician Acquisitions - Private Equity & Health System Buyers
Field(s) of Study: Specialized Knowledge, Finance
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1

Speakers: Matt Fegan, ASA, Sr. Manager - Valuation, Plante & Moran, PLLC;
Colin McDermott, CFA, CPA /ABV, Managing Director, VMG Health;
Matt Wescott, ASA, Partner | Forensic & Valuation Services, Plante & Moran, PLLC


Acquisitions of physician practices by private equity and health systems have been increasing and changing the market landscape for providers. This session will provide an overview of the physician transaction market and include discussions around relevant transactional differences between a health system and private equity buyer, including those related to physician compensation and incentive strategies.

Learning objectives:

  • Compare/contrast private equity vs. health system approaches for acquisitions.
  • Discuss key assumptions influencing acquisition price including physician compensation structures and rates.
5:40 PM - 6:40 PM

Welcome Reception

THURSDAY, November 7
6:45 AM - 5:10 PM

Registration and Information Center Open

6:45 AM - 8:00 AM

Continental Breakfast and Vendor Display

7:00 AM - 7:50 AM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

HEA1909. Payer Challenges Causing Revenue Cycle Disruptions
Field(s) of Study: Finance
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1

Speaker: Day Egusquiza, President, AR Systems, Inc.


Revenue Cycle Disruption is becoming the 'norm' in healthcare. Payers have always had the power of cash/money, but with prior authorization, changes In contracting and ongoing revisions to directing of patients plus new players in the field of care delivery has mixed up the payer/provider relationship more than ever. Learn action oriented ideas as we attack this ongoing disruption.

Learning objectives:

  • Attendees will learn 'hot off the press' payer changes that will dramatically impact daily operational flow with hospitals and providers.
  • Attendees will take away 'train the trainer' concepts for rapid implementation.

HEA1910. YellowBook & Uniform Guidance Update
Field(s) of Study: Accounting (Governmental), Auditing (Governmental)
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1

Speaker: Filip Nowak, CPA, Director, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP


In this session, we will discuss some of the trends in Uniform Guidance as well as significant changes occurring in Uniform Guidance audits as a result of the release of the 2019 Compliance Supplement. Further, the 2018 revision of Government Auditing Standards (the Yellow Book), the first revision since 2011, will be discussed.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand trends in Uniform Guidance and changes in the 2019 Compliance Supplement.
  • Understand the updates coming out in the 2018 revision of the Yellow Book.
7:50 AM - 8:05 AM

Transition Break

8:05 AM - 8:10 AM

Chair Announcements

8:10 AM - 9:25 AM

General Session

HEA1911. Revenue Recognition Implementation - Bumps and Pitfalls
Field(s) of Study:
Accounting
Knowledge Level: Imtermediate-Advanced | CPE: 1.5

Speakers: Kim McCarthy, CPA, VP, Financial Reporting & System Controller, Trinity Health;
Jay Adkisson, CPA, Partner, RSM US LLP

Description coming soon.

9:25 AM - 9:30 AM

Transition Break

9:30 AM - 10:45 AM

General Session

HEA1912. FASB Update
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1.5

Speakers: Richard Cole, CPA, CGMA, Supervising Project Manager, FASB;
Jeff Mechanick, CPA,CGMA, Assistant Director, FASB


Learning objectives:

This session will provide an overview of new accounting standards and projects which could impact healthcare organizations. There will be a particular emphasis on the new standard on grants and contracts of NFPs.

  • Become aware of new FASB standards and projects that could impact healthcare organizations.
  • Gain an understanding of new FASB standards and projects that could impact healthcare organizations.
10:45 AM - 10:55 AM

Transition Break

10:55 AM - 12:10 PM

General Session

HEA1913. Accounting & Auditing Update Part 1
Field(s) of Study: Accounting, Auditing
Knowledge Level: Intermediate - Advanced | CPE: 1.5

Speaker: Steven Shill, CPA, Audit Partner, BDO USA, LLP;
Lindsey Roe, E&Y;
Jody Love, CPA, Partner, KPMG;
Martha Garner, PwC


Risk eats strategy for breakfast… but all risks are the offspring of strategy. More simply, every strategic decision both creates new risks and reduces other risks. Without seeing your strategy and/or risks in context of each other – and in near real-time, you are flying blind as you make your day-to-day decisions.

This session reviews the Strategic Risk Scorecard that was designed specifically for the AICPA and was licensed to other accounting firms, such as CPA Canada. It will show how you can link risk and performance in a reliable, repeatable and standardized process so all business units can see and pro-actively manage risks and rewards.

Learning objectives:

  • Learn how to develop a scorecard that captures your strategy and your risks
  • Understand how to set strategic priorities for your business to focus on what matters
  • Identify how to align and integrate the strategic priorities and risks in your organization to improve performance

Prerequisite: Basic strategy and risk management experience recommended.

Advanced prep: None

12:10 PM - 1:10 PM

Lunch

1:10 PM - 2:25 PM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

HEA1914. Accounting & Auditing Update Part 2
Field(s) of Study: Accounting, Auditing
Knowledge Level:Update-Intermediate| CPE: 1.5

Speakers: Steven Shill, CPA, Audit Partner, BDO USA, LLP;
Lindsey Roe, E&Y;
Jody Love, CPA, Partner, KPMG;
Martha Garner, PwC


This session will focus on audit and accounting updates, including both FASB and GASB updates. During the session, panelists will review changes in accounting and auditing standards.

Learning objectives:

  • Develop awareness of new accounting and auditing guidance that has recently been issued.
  • Identify Exposure Drafts for proposed accounting and auditing guidance.

HEA1915. Risk-Based Payment Models
Field(s) of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1.5

Speaker: David McMillan, CPA, Managing Principal, PYA


The transition from fee-for-service reimbursement to value-based payments is rapidly accelerating. Learn from several new models including pay-for-performance, episodic payments, shared savings arrangements, and global budgets.

2:25 PM - 2:35 PM

Transition Break

2:35 PM - 3:25 PM

General Session

HEA1916. National Health Care Legal and Regulatory Update
Field(s) of Study:
TBD
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1.5

Speakers:
Lloyd Bookman, Founding Partner, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC


Description coming soon.

3:25 PM - 3:55 PM

Afternoon Networking Break

3:55 PM - 5:10 PM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

HEA1917. Distressed? A Conversation with Hospital Industry Executives
Field(s) of Study: Finance
Knowledge Level: Intermediate-Advanced | CPE: 1.5

Speakers:
Pete Lawson, CEO, Lawson & Associates;
Nick Orzano, Co-President, Pipeline Health;
Colin McDermott, CFA, CPA /ABV, Managing Director, VMG Health;
Dan Platten, CPA, Director, Duff & Phelps


The group will discuss the history of hospital transactions and how they have evolved over the past several decades. In addition, we'll discuss the challenges faced by small, distressed hospitals in the current environment and real examples in the marketplace.

Learning objectives:

  • Gain a better understanding of the history of hospital transactions.
  • Learn insights on options for current distressed hospitals.

HEA1918. Tax Reform Impact
Field(s) of Study: Taxes
Knowledge Level: Update-Overview | CPE: 1.5

Speakers:
Kristina Rasmussen, CPA, Managing Director, Deloitte Tax;
John Sadoff;
Jim Sowar


Description coming soon.

HEA1919. Bring Digital to Life
Field(s) of Study: Information Technology, Communications and Marketing, Computer Software & Applications
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1.5

Speakers:
Viraj Patwardhan, VP Digital Design & Consumer Experience, Thomas Jefferson University & Jefferson Health;


During the session, we will discuss building a value and data-driven patient-centered healthcare ecosystem. Discussion will include lessons learned from other disrupted industries

Learning objectives:

  • Understand how to build successful digital innovation teams.
  • Learn how design and digital technologies can change how we deliver care.
FRIDAY, November 8
6:45 AM - 12:30 PM

Registration and Information Center Open

6:45 AM - 8:00 AM

Continental Breakfast and Vendor Display

7:00 AM - 7:50 AM

Early Riser

HEA1920. Machine vs. Humanity: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Healthcare
Field(s) of Study: Information Technology, Business Management & Organization, Computer Software & Applications, Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1

Speaker: Sam King, FHFMA, FHIMSS, COO, Medical Intelligence 10


The artificial intelligence revolution is here and everywhere. PwC research finds that close to 40 percent of U.S. jobs could be replaced by robots in the next 15 years. AI’s impacts and implications are shaping the future of healthcare and causing enormous societal shifts.

This interactive session will introduce the foundations of AI, machine learning, deep learning and natural language processing, using easy-to-understand and relatable examples. The emphasis will be on their practical applications in healthcare and how they can transform personalized medicine and population health. The legal, ethical, moral, public policy and future workforce concerns of AI will be addressed to better prepare healthcare professionals to ride the wave of the fourth industrial revolution.

Learning objectives:

  • Explain the concepts, trends and developments in AI, machine learning, deep learning and natural language processing in an easy-to-understand and relatable manner.
  • Discuss practical and game-changing applications of AI in healthcare transformation, and address legal, ethical, moral and public policy concerns.
7:50 AM - 8:00 AM

Transition Break

8:00 AM - 9:15 AM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

HEA1921. Price Transparency & the Impact to the Bottom Line
Field(s) of Study:
Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1.5

Speaker: Richard Gundling, FHFMA CMA, Senior Vice President, Healthcare Financial Management Association


Most hospital executives realize that improving a patient’s financial experience should be an integral part of their efforts to improve overall patient satisfaction. This presentation will describe the fundamental elements of price transparency, the financial experience that every hospital and health system should master. With a solid foundation, hospitals can prepare to meet rising consumer expectations in a digital/mobile age.

Learning objectives:

  • Discuss ways of elevating the patient financial experience.
  • Describe best practices for effective communications with patients about financial matters.
  • Identify ways to prepare to meet rising consumer expectations.

HEA1922. Theories of Ethical Reasoning and Your Business
Field(s) of Study:
Behavioral Ethics
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1.5

Speaker: Dana Basney, MSBA, CPA, ABV, CFF, CIRA, CVA, CFE, Adjunct Professor, University of San Diego


This presentation will describe the various schools of Ethical Thought and how they apply to your business.

Learning objectives:

  • Provide an Ethical Context for your business decisions.
  • Gain a better understanding of the different schools of Ethics and how they can apply to your business.

HEA1923. The Art and Science of Responding to a Cyber Breach
Field(s) of Study:
Information Technology
Knowledge Level: Beginner | CPE: 1.5

Speaker: Bill Dixon, Associate Managing Director, Kroll, a Division of Duff & Phelps


Description coming soon.

9:15 AM - 9:40 AM

Morning Networking Break

9:40 AM - 10:55 AM

General Session

HEA1924. Nuts & Bolts of the New Lease Standard
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: Intermediate - Advanced | CPE: 1

Speaker: Kristin Bauer, Deloitte.


Description coming soon.

10:55 AM - 11:05 AM

Transition Break

11:05 AM - 12:10 AM

Concurrent Sessions (Select One)

HEA1925. CFO Panel
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1.5

Speakers: Melanie Davidson, CPA, Controller, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford;
Rick McWhorter, Chief Financial Officer, Texas Health Resources;
Britt Tabor, CPA, FACHE, EVP & CFO/Treasurer, Erlanger Health System


Description coming soon.

Learning objectives:

HEA1926. Compliance Hot Topics
Field(s) of Study: TBD
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1.5

Speakers: TBD


Description coming soon.

Learning objectives:

12:10 PM

Conference Adjourns

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PRICING SUMMARY
Early bird saving through 09/22
AICPA Health Care Industry Conference (In person)
$1,035.00–$1,435.00
$1,535.00
AICPA Online Conference on the Health Care Industry (Online Conference)
$1,035.00–$1,435.00
$1,535.00
AICPA Health Care Industry Conference: Flex Pass (Flex Pass)
$1,235.00–$1,635.00
$1,735.00
AICPA Online Conference on the Health Care Industry - Select 8 (Online Conference: 8 Pack)
$665.00–$965.00
$1,065.00
CREDIT INFO
CPE credits
Conference
: 20.0,
Online Conference
: 20.0,
Workshop
: 4.0
NASBA Field of Study
NONE
Level
Intermediate
Prerequisites
None
ADVANCE PREPARATION
None

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Coronado, CA 92118

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