By Thomas Babbo and John Marren. Edited by Mary Grace Babbo. The Rise of the Hospital Merger In a post-recession America, the value and scope of hospital and healthcare mergers have risen considerably. 2015 saw a large spike in the number of mergers and acquisitions, with the all-time largest valuation […]
By Thomas Babbo and John Marren. Edited by Mary Grace Babbo. In a political climate where government initiatives for healthcare are constantly created and revised, it can be difficult and tedious to keep the acronyms and program-specific language straight – even for the physicians whose professions and patients are affected […]
By Thomas Babbo and John Marren. Edited by Mary Grace Babbo. Despite the best efforts of accountable care organizations (ACOs) within the Medicare program and the use of shared savings models among private payers to realign the otherwise perverse incentives of the fee-for-service health care payment system, costs to consumers […]
Debbie Osgood will be the key speaker at an upcoming webinar presented by Stetson University College of Law Title IX Compliance Issues in the Trump Era: Updates on Title IX Policy and OCR Enforcement June 12, 2018 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Eastern Register Now: $250 Speaker: Debbie Osgood, Esq. […]
Don’t miss the 2018 CECU Legal Workshop and Convention June 3 – 6, 2018 Orlando, Florida Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose, Ltd. attorneys will be presenting and participating on panels at CECU’s Legal Workshop and Convention. At the Legal Workshop, on Monday, June 4, […]
Patrick E. Deady appeared on a panel to discuss how to bargain contracts and advise your clients on Health Care in light of the Affordable Care Act at the annual AFL-CIO LLC Union Lawyers Conference on May 18
Debbie Osgood, partner at HMBR, will be speaking as a panelist before the U.S. Commissions on Civil Rights, May 11th, 2018. Debbie will be discussing harassment in education and OCR’s role in addressing harassment. To watch the USCCR session on hate crimes, click here. To read Debbie’s address to the […]
Debbie Osgood, partner at HMBR, has been quoted in the New York Times April 21, 2018 issue discussing the changes to the Office for Civil Rights case processing procedures. Click here to read the full article.