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Thursday, April 19, 2018
Registration & Continental Breakfast
7:30am-8:00am

Opening Remarks
8:00am-8:20am



Morning Keynote Address

Tax and Healthcare Legislative Outlook from Washington (Credits: 1.0 TB)
8:20am-9:10am

Laura Martin Dillon
Washington Council Health Policy Manager / Ernst & Young LLP DC
Washington, DC
AND
Rebecca O. Burch
Senior Manager / Ernst & Young LLP DC
Washington, DC

Discuss the 2018 legislative and regulatory health care landscape, from the potential for revived efforts to undo Obama-era health care laws to addressing pressing issues such as the opioid epidemic and skyrocketing drug prices.


Morning Concurrent Breakouts (select one)
9:15am-10:05am

Breakout 1: ASC Topic 606 – Revenue From Contracts With Customers – Health Care Providers (Credits: 1.0 AA)
9:15am-10:05am

Todd A. Webster, CPA
Partner / KPMG LLP
Tampa, FL

Review ASC Topic 606 – Revenue from Contracts with Customers as it relates to health care providers.  Explore recently issued guidance specifically related to health care providers. 


Breakout 2: Identifying Risks of Health Care Fraud & Abuse in the Sessions Era (Credits: 1.0 TB)
9:15am-10:05am

Andrew S. Feldman
Partner / Feldman Firm, PLLC
Miami, FL
AND
Michael Sherwin
Assistant U.S. Attorney, Chief Health Care Fraud Unit / US Attorney's Office for Southern District of Florida
Miami, FL

The prosecution of health care fraud has resulted in hundreds of convictions and the recovery of billions of dollars.  Join a federal prosecutor and a defense attorney as they examine recent trends in health care fraud enforcement and how health care providers and organizations might identify and mitigate fraud and abuse.


Breakout 3: Healthcare Financial Metrics for New CPAs (Credits: 1.0 TB)
9:15am-10:05am

Beatriz D. Viamontes, CPA, MBA, CHFP, Author
Assistant Vice President of Resource Management & Development for Student Affairs & Student Success / University of South Florida
Tampa, FL

Examine the financial and statistical benchmarks generally utilized by healthcare organizations to measure performance and productivity. Review the specific calculations and how the end users make decisions based on each of the metrics discussed. 


Morning Concurrent Breakouts (select one)
10:20am-11:10am

Breakout 4: ASC Topic 606 – Revenue From Contracts With Customers – Impact to Health Care Providers and Implementation Matters (Credits: 1.0 AA)
10:20am-11:10am

Todd A. Webster, CPA
Partner / KPMG LLP
Tampa, FL

Explore the impact and implementation matters specific to health care  providers related to the adoption of ASC Topic 606 – Revenue from Contracts with Customers.  


Breakout 5: Medicare Bundle Payment Program; Improving Patient Outcomes, Patient Experience and Cost Savings (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:20am-11:10am

Judith Scott, RN, MSN, BBA
Senior Consultant / Healthcare Navigation Systems
West Palm Beach, FL

One of the challenges healthcare executives face today is lowering cost while improving quality and combining both of them to ensure healthier margins. In the value-based care environment, reimbursement is tied to patient outcomes. 
A bundled payment as a single payment that covers the entire episode of care for a specific period of time, such as 90 days. The objective is to redesign care to improve quality and lower cost.


Breakout 6: The Power of Being Understood: Fundamentals of Accounting for CPAs New to the Health Care Market - Part 1 (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:20am-11:10am

Brandon Slauter
Audit Senior Manager / RSM US LLP
Orlando, FL
AND
Michael R. Mendez, CPA
Audit Senior Manager / RSM US LLP
Ft Lauderdale, FL

Part 1 of 3 sessions is designed for young CPAs and those new to the health care field.  Receive an introduction to health care; understand appropriate terminology and tools; explore reimbursement and revenue cycles; learn current hot topics and much more.


Morning Concurrent Breakouts (select one)
11:15am-12:05pm

Breakout 7: ASC Topic 842 - Leases (Credits: 1.0 AA)
11:15am-12:05pm

McCrae Bennett
Audit Senior / Crowe Horwath LLP
Tampa, FL

Explore the changes in lease accounting under the new lease standard (ASC 842), with a focus on the transition requirements and the accounting for capital and operating leases on a go-forward basis.


Breakout 8: The Changing Landscape of Internal Audit (Credits: 1.0 TB)
11:15am-12:05pm

Jamie M. Burgess, CPA, CISSP, CISA
Partner - Risk Advisory Services / RSM US LLP
Jacksonville, FL
AND
Jessika Garis, CHC
Manager - Risk Advisory Services / RSM US LLP
Tampa, FL

The landscape of the internal audit function is changing. Health care organizations are taking more of a proactive/value (strategic) approach versus reactive/value (protective) approach to managing the internal audit function.  Explore the difference between the two approaches and what impacts this change will have on the risk assessment, developing the internal audit plan, and reporting to the board.


Breakout 9: The Power of Being Understood: Fundamentals of Accounting for CPAs New to the Health Care Market - Part 2 (Credits: 1.0 TB)
11:15am-12:05pm

Brandon Slauter
Audit Senior Manager / RSM US LLP
Orlando, FL
AND
Michael R. Mendez, CPA
Audit Senior Manager / RSM US LLP
Ft Lauderdale, FL

This is second of three sessions designed for young CPAs and those new to the health care field.  Receive an introduction to health care; understand appropriate terminology and tools; explore reimbursement and revenue cycles; learn current hot topics and much more.


Luncheon Presentaion

Luncheon Presentation: Managing Multi-Generational Workforce (Credits: 1.0 TB)
12:05pm-1:15pm

Raymond Monteleone, CPA
President and Founding Member / Paladin Global Partners
Ft Lauderdale, FL

Leadership has become more challenging.  We now need to manage 4 or possibly 5 generations in our organizations.  All with differing views of the workplace and life - the New Reality!!


Afternoon Keynote Address

Keynote: Regulatory and Legislative Update 2018 (Credits: 1.0 TB)
1:15pm-2:05pm

Kathryn A. Reep
Vice President-Financial Services / Florida Hospital Association
Orlando, FL

Learn about the current issues impacting health care providers from both a regulatory and legislative perspective.  Hear about recent developments from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Congress and actions during the recent Florida legislative session.


Afternoon Concurrent Breakouts (select one)
2:10pm-3:00pm

Breakout 10: Reporting Changes for Non-Profits (Credits: 1.0 AA)
2:10pm-3:00pm

Russell J. Goolsby, CPA, CGMA, MSA
Shareholder / Moore Stephens Lovelace, PA
Tampa, FL

Learn about practical implementation guidance of the (a) new reporting model for non-profit organizations, (b) revenue recognition topics unique to non-profits, and (c) other related accounting changes.


Breakout 11: Panel discussion: Anatomy of a Deal: Timing, Process, & Health Care Issues in Health Care Mergers & Acquisitions (Credits: 1.0 TB)
2:10pm-3:00pm

William G. Cummings, CPA, PFS
President / Concierge Financial Organization
Tampa, FL
AND
Erin Aebel
Attorney / Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP
Tampa, FL
AND
Jason K. Woody
President & CEO / Lions Eye Institute
Tampa, FL
AND
Keith Hodgdon
Managing Director / Hyde Park Capital Advisors, LLC
Tampa, FL

A panel discussion about trends, buyer and seller strategies, valuations, and legal considerations in Mergers and Acquisitions.


Breakout 12: The Power of Being Understood: Fundamentals of Accounting for CPAs New to the Health Care Market - Part 3 (Credits: 1.0 TB)
2:10pm-3:00pm

Brandon Slauter
Audit Senior Manager / RSM US LLP
Orlando, FL
AND
Michael R. Mendez, CPA
Audit Senior Manager / RSM US LLP
Ft Lauderdale, FL

This is the third and final track session designed for young CPAs and those new to the health care field.  Receive an introduction to health care; understand appropriate terminology and tools; explore reimbursement and revenue cycles; learn current hot topics and much more.


Afternoon Concurrent Breakouts (select one)
3:15pm-4:05pm

Breakout 13: What’s New in Governmental Accounting and Auditing (Credits: 1.0 AA)
3:15pm-4:05pm

Lee Klumpp, CPA, CGMA
Partner / BDO USA, LLP
McLean, VA

The GASB has been busy the past couple of years. Hear the latest on GASB standards-setting project and those that are in the process of being implemented this year and in the next few years, focusing on those standards that will be implemented for June 30, 2018, and beyond. This session will also focus on the all-important Financial Reporting Model Reexamination Project and related projects on revenue and expense recognition, note disclosure and recognition concepts. Finally, we will touch briefly on the debt disclosures and direct borrowing, capitalized interest, equity method and going concern projects will be discussed.


Breakout 14: Legal and Ethical Medical Marijuana (Credits: 1.0 TB)
3:15pm-4:05pm

Charles Felix, CPA, CFF
South Florida Hospital News & Healthcare Report
Boca Raton, FL
AND
David C. Kotler, Esq.
Attorney / CohenKotler P.A.
Boca Raton, FL
AND
Marc Silverman, CPA
Partner / WithumSmith+Brown, PC
Whippany, NJ

This session will cover the major issues facing the business relating to the Medical Cannabis business in the State of Florida. The topics will include Accounting Issues for Companies doing business in the field of Medical Marijuana, Legal Business Challenges when setting up or running a company in the field of Medical Marijuana and Legal & Ethical issues when dealing with Patients and Employees ( Setting the Right Policy).


Breakout 15: Time Management & Personal Development Strategies That Can More Than Double Efficiency & Lead to Professional Growth (Credits: 1.0 TB)
3:15pm-4:05pm

Beatriz D. Viamontes, CPA, MBA, CHFP, Author
Assistant Vice President of Resource Management & Development for Student Affairs & Student Success / University of South Florida
Tampa, FL

Discuss common sense strategies that have the potential to more than double efficiency in the workplace and beyond. Explore how emotional intelligence plays a key role on every aspect of the workplace and how personal growth can positively impact work performance and lead to professional growth. This presentation and the techniques illustrated will be based on the book "How Do You Find the Time?"


Afternoon General Session

Healthcare Fraud Trends and Cyber Security Update (Credits: 1.0 TB)
4:10pm-5:00pm

Wilfredo A. Ferrer
Partner / Holland & Knight, LLP
Miami, FL

This session will review recent trends in Health Care fraud prosecutions and cybercrime.


Orlando Health's Response to the Pulse Nightclub Tragedy (Credits: 1.0 TB)
5:00pm-5:50pm

Bernadette M. Spong, CPA
Chief Financial Officer / Orlando Health
Orlando, FL

Learn about Orlando Health's response to the mass shooting that occurred at the Pulse Nightclub in downtown Orlando on June 12, 2016.  From inside the incident command room to the trauma room, see what we learned that we can use to prepare ourselves to provide the best emergency response.


Friday, April 20, 2018
Continental Breakfast
7:30am-8:00am
Morning General Sessions

Keynote: The Challenges Hospitals Face in 2018 (Credits: 1.0 TB)
8:00am-8:50am

John D. Couris
President & CEO / Tampa General Hospital
Tampa, FL

Hear about the challenges facing Florida hospitals from the CEO of Tampa General.


Accountable Care Organizations: Viability, Sustainability and Operational Considerations (Credits: 1.0 TB)
8:50am-9:40am

Richard J. Lucibella, MHS, MBA
CEO and Director / Accountable Care Options
Boynton Beach, FL

Will ACO’s succeed in becoming a key player in US health care? From a 30,000 foot overview to boots on the ground, we’ll take a look at the opportunities and challenges inherent in forming one, joining one or partnering with one.  Join us for a fast paced presentation, followed by your questions and insights.


Morning Concurrent Breakouts (select one)
10:00am-10:50am

Breakout 16: AICPA Health Care Expert Panel Update (Credits: 1.0 AA)
10:00am-10:50am

Lindsey W. Roe
Partner, Assurance Services / Ernst & Young LLP
Chicago, IL

The Health Care Expert Panel serves the needs of AICPA members on financial and business reporting, as well as audit and attest matters.  The expert panel protects the public interest by bringing together knowledgeable parties in the health care industry to deliberate and come to agreement on key health care issues.  Join us for this update on the panel's recent focus area and future projects.


Breakout 17: Risk Adjusted State of Mind (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:00am-10:50am

Eric Johnson, Ph.D., ASA
Vice President & Chief Actuary / AvMed Health Plans
Gainesville, FL

A discussion on risk adjustment through the eyes a former regulator who now wears industry glasses.  This session will cover the mechanics of the transfer formula and the challenges associated with estimating future receivables (payables).


Morning Concurrent Breakouts (select one)
10:55am-11:45am

Breakout 18: New GAAP for Financial Instruments - Will You Be Ready? (Credits: 1.0 AA)
10:55am-11:45am

Lynda M. Dennis, Ph.D., CPA, CGFO
Lecturer / University of Central Florida Dixon School Of Accounting
Orlando, FL

Review ASU 2016-13 which changes the way entities account for and report financial instruments. Examine the types of financial instruments affected by the new standard as well as how to measure expected credit losses. Discuss organizational factors which may affect the impact this standard will have on health care entities.


Breakout 19: Mitigating Physician Losses (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:55am-11:45am

Eric J. Busch, MBA, CPA
Physician and Ambulatory Care Services Leader / Crowe Horwath LLP
Tampa, FL
AND
Warren E. Beck
National Leader / Crowe Horwath LLP
Brentwood, TN

Over the past 10 years employment of physicians by health systems has continued to rise. For a variety of reasons, this trend has resulted in significant financial losses. Explore these reasons for the losses and identify ways to mitigate.


Afternoon Concurrent Breakouts (select one)
1:00pm-1:50pm

Breakout 20: Why Predictive Analytics in Health Care? (Credits: 1.0 AA)
1:00pm-1:50pm

Paul Bradley
Chief Data Scientist / Waystar Revenue Cycle Technology the combination of Navicure & ZirMed
Chicago, IL

According to a new report from the Society of Actuaries, over 90% of hospital executives said predictive analytics is important to the future of their business but less than 50% of providers currently leverage data-mining technology.  Every hospital and health system has amassed large data assets that characterize their interactions with patients, physicians and payers that in turn can be modeled to streamline processes while maximizing net revenue opportunities.  This session will provide insight into how organizations can tap into those data assets with the latest predictive analytics capabilities to operate more efficiently and effectively from a revenue cycle perspective.


Breakout 21: MACRA: The What & How for Your Medical Practice (Credits: 1.0 TB)
1:00pm-1:50pm

Oyinkansola B. Ogunrinde, MHSA, CPMHP
CEO / Principal Consultant / FUNMI Healthcare Consulting
Pembroke Pines, FL

Learn about the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) provider system, Quality Payment Program (QPP), and the two reporting tracks: Merit-Based Incentives Payment System (MIPS) and Alternative Payment Model (APM) to highlight: participation criteria, financial impact, and available resources.


Afternoon General Session

Accounting & Auditing Update (Credits: 2.0 AA)
2:05pm-3:45pm

Lynda M. Dennis, Ph.D., CPA, CGFO
Lecturer / University of Central Florida Dixon School Of Accounting
Orlando, FL

Receive an overview of recent accounting standards affecting health care organizations and their auditors. Discuss challenges health care organizations may face in implementing these new accounting standards. Review recent activities of the Government Accountability Office and the Auditing Standards Board as they affect audits of health care organizations.



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