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Charles to Present at 2018 IMGMA Annual Conference

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Katz, Sapper & Miller’s David Charles will present at the 2018 Indiana Medical Group Management Association (IMGMA) Annual Conference. Taking place July 19-20 in French Lick, IN, this conference will offer dynamic educational and networking opportunities for medical practice management professionals.

Charles’ session, “What You Need to Know About Partnering With Hospitals,” will focus on the different ways that hospitals and physician groups have partnered together to streamline costs while increasing the breadth and quality of their services. The session will cover various partnership models along with the benefits and drawbacks of each option. 

David Charles is a partner in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Healthcare Resources Group and has led the group to become one of KSM’s most successful and recognized practice areas. He uses his extensive experience in healthcare mergers and acquisitions, hospital/physician integration, and tax planning to solve clients’ complex business issues.

The conference will address a wide variety of topics, including the following:

  • The state of health in Indiana
  • Social media and the workplace: staying in line while online
  • Physician recruitment
  • Predictive analytics: changing the face of healthcare management
  • Building effective, high-performing teams
  • Workplace violence and active shooter awareness
  • Lean leadership

KSM will also be exhibiting at the event.

To learn more or to register, visit the conference website.

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