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Back to Normal? Healthcare Trends and Innovations Post Pandemic

December 9, 2021; 12:00 PM-1:00 PM EST

Hospitals and allied healthcare professionals have experienced economic hardship resulting from the challenges of crisis management during the pandemic... and, it’s not quite over yet! The value-based purchasing mantra of improving quality of healthcare, maintaining cost, and increasing patient satisfaction to maximize reimbursement remains a vexing challenge post-pandemic as healthcare organizations endeavor to pick up the economic pieces left behind by the crisis. 

Join us for this webinar, led by Professor Miriam F. Weismann from Florida International University, as she provides insight into the continuing complexities of healthcare reimbursement and the challenges of improving patient satisfaction to stabilize reimbursement as healthcare transitions into the post-pandemic environment. 

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About Presenter:

Miriam F. Weismann, JD, LLM (taxation) is the Academic Director of the Healthcare MBA at FIU and a Clinical Professor of Business Law and Tax in the School of Accounting. Her current research focus is in healthcare policy and reform. Miriam recently published an article in the American Journal of Law and Medicine (Cambridge University Press) titled Ruthless Utilitarianism? COVID-19 State Triage Protocols May Subject Patients to Racial Discrimination and Providers to Legal Liability. Her work was published in prestigious journals such as the Journal of Business Ethics and the Journal of World Business and she has also published three books.

Miriam practiced law for almost 30 years before entering academia. She served as a capital partner in a national law firm, and joined the United States Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, New York, as an assistant federal prosecutor, assigned to the Business and Securities Fraud division. Following her tenure as Supervisory Assistant Special Counsel in the Office of Special Counsel John C. Danforth in the WACO investigation, she was appointed by President G.W. Bush to serve as the United States Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois in 2003. She also prosecuted organized crime and public corruption cases.