Missy Apodaca and Laura Keidan Martin will present on October 12 at this year's virtual Texas Health Law Conference. Kenya Woodruff also will participate in her role as member and Secretary of the Texas Health Law Section Council.
Missy will co-represent the "Keeping Up With Surprise Billing and Price Transparency — the Impact on Health Plans, Provider and Patients." The panelists will provide an overview of the new laws and regulations, potential reimbursement levels under the No Surprise Act's requirements, ways health plans and providers can use their own data to be better prepared for "baseball-style" arbitration, and how payers and providers can leverage the transparency data better to inform their contract negotiation process and their out-of-network reimbursement strategies.
Laura will co-present the "Health Care Antitrust in the Brave New World" breakout session. The presenters will share insights and practice pointers into several emerging health care antitrust hot topics. They will cover health care competition initiatives announced in the July 2021 Biden Executive Order.
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This annual event, provided by the Health Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, is a popular draw for attorneys who work in the health care sector or advise health care clients in private practice and in-house counsel organizations.