Is Blockchain the Answer to More Secure and Effective Healthcare Record Management?
Healthcare Compensation and Benefits, Tax Reform 
Location: Webinar
Start date: 12/12/2018
End date: 12/12/2018
Industries: Healthcare
Is Blockchain the Answer to More Secure and Effective Healthcare Record Management?
Event details

Dec. 12, 2018
Noon-1 p.m. Eastern

The healthcare industry is no stranger to change, but the level and speed of regulatory updates over the past few years has presented unprecedented opportunities and a few new risks as well. This event will examine current trends in healthcare compensation and benefits, the impact of tax reform on practices and high net income earners, as well as how leading organizations are adapting to the current landscape.

As a result of participating in the session, you should be able to: 

• Examine risks associated with past 1094 and 1095 filings and how to mitigate potential penalties 
• Review your compliance with policies related to meals and entertainment, service awards, and gifts 
• Identify trends related to private equity groups, mergers, and acquisitions and tax compliance under new regulations 
• Describe current trends in compensation and benefits management for high-income earners 
• Articulate key areas of focus for 2019 related to tax reform and the jobs act 

You will not want to miss this practical review of where healthcare leaders are spending their time and resources to better align their operations to achieve their institution’s goals, take advantage of new opportunities, and maintain compliance with changing regulations. 

Dave Horvath, Crowe 
Tim Daum, Crowe 
Allen Tobin, Crowe 

Who Should Attend: 
CFO, Controllers, Comp/Benefits Professional, Human Resources, Payroll, and In-House Council 

Continuing professional education 
This session is recommended for 1.0 hours of CPE credit. 
Additional CPE information

Advance preparation: None 
Prerequisites: None
Program level: Basic 
Field of study: Tax 

Contact information

For more information, please contact Danielle Morabito.