Conference Highlights Ever-evolving Changes in Health Care

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A year ago, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was signed into law. Today, more than two dozen states are participating in lawsuits to overturn the Act, with Florida and Virginia succeeding. Keeping up with all of the changes and deadlines is challenging.

The Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants is offering a two-day conference focusing on the health-care act: where it’s going, what programs have been kept, cut or modified, and when implementation takes place.

Coming up on April 27-28, at The Peabody Orlando, the conference is geared to provide continuing professional education to CPAs who work for hospitals, clinics, physicians, long-term-care facilities, as well as for public practitioners who work with CPAs in industry.

“Health care professionals and CPAs who want the latest information about health care reform will find it at this conference,” said Jeff Goolsby, chair of the FICPA Health Care Conference Committee and Principal at Moore Stephens Lovelace, P.A., in Clearwater.

The conference features national experts, including two keynote address speakers, who will talk about the constant state of change of and offer insights about surviving and prospering in the U.S. health care industry. Keynote speakers are Ralph Lawson, of Coral Gables, executive vice president and CEO for Baptist Health of South Florida, and Richard L. Clark, of Westchester, IL, president and CEO of Healthcare Financial Management Association.

The FICPA expects over 270 attendees at this year’s conference. For more information or to register, visit http://www.ficpa.org/hcc or call (800) 342-3197.

About the FICPA
Founded in 1905, the Florida Institute of CPAs is a Tallahassee-based, statewide, professional association representing member-CPAs throughout Florida. With a membership of more than 19,000 CPAs, the Institute’s mission is to serve the diverse needs of its members; enhance their competency and professionalism; support professional standards; promote the value of our members; and advocate on behalf of the profession. For complete information about the FICPA, visit www.ficpa.org.

Contact:
Ned Campbell, CAE, Sr. Dir. of Professional Development
Florida Institute of CPAs
Phone (850) 224-2727, Ext. 412
E-Mail  campbelln@ficpa.org / www.ficpa.org

LAST UPDATED 6/23/2011