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Healthcare Roundtable Concludes Fall Programs Print E-mail
Written by Jeffrey Herschler   
Thursday, 19 November 2015 17:23

Entitled Medicare's Transition to Value Based Care, the fifth and final installment of the 2015 Healthcare Roundtable series was held at Office Edge in Ft. Lauderdale on November 17.

The discussion was led by Brian Foster, MBA. The panelists were Rich Lucibella, MHS, MBA, Rick Yarosh, MBA, PA-C, Lee Lasris, JD, Jeffrey Kaplan and Ariel Rodriguez, MD. Jeffrey Kramer, CPA delivered opening remarks while Kimberly Valentin delivered the closing.

The event sponsors were CareCloud and Goldstein Schechter Koch.
 
Last Updated on Thursday, 19 November 2015 17:33
 
Healthcare Roundtable Holds Second Event of the Fall Season Print E-mail
Written by Jeffrey Herschler   
Friday, 30 October 2015 13:30

FHIcommunications held its second event of the fall season on 10.27.15 at Five Star Premier Residences of Hollywood. The topic of this panel discussion was CyberSecurity and featured the following faculty members:
  • Tom Murphy, Risk Management Consultant | Danna-Gracey
  • Tom Garcia, CEO | InfoSight
  • Anthony DeMeo, CPA, Partner | Goldstein Schechter Koch
  • Brad Garlock, Director of IT | Gastro Health
The Moderator was Don Silver, COO of BoardroomPR. Brian Bandell, SFBJ reporter and author of Famous After Death, was on hand to sign copies of his latest novel. 

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Entitled Medicare's Transition to Value Based Care, the final Healthcare Roundtable program of 2015 will take place on November 17 at OfficeEdge in Ft. Lauderdale.
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Last Updated on Thursday, 05 November 2015 16:40
 
Women in Health Industries - A Panel Discussion Print E-mail
Written by Jodi Laurence, Co-Founder, Florida Health Law Center   
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 00:00

jodi laurence 2014 r I had the distinct pleasure of moderating a dynamic panel discussion focusing on Women in Healthcare recently. The energy was palpable and the issues nearly universal. 
 
There’s no doubt that women have made strides in virtually every profession but there’s still a double standard in medicine. The gap is narrowing, but it does exist. However, the panel focused on the positives of women in what is still a male dominated sector, and how gender is not an issue when it comes to dealing with work-life balance, office procedure, changes in medical care, and the legal issues that come with the territory.   
 
For women in medicine, most were the first in their families to become doctors. So they are facing issues that many others may not have come across. For example, women physicians have noted that there is a glass ceiling. But there are ways to avoid it. Among the advice was: surround yourself with supporters; don’t be afraid to ask for help; find a mentor – be a mentor.  
 
The reality is that women must help each other.  No one works completely alone. Everyone is familiar with the phrase “It’s a boy’s club.”  Well, it’s time for that to be supplemented by “It’s a girls – or women’s! – club.” Panelists suggested that instead of cigars and golf, ask your male colleagues to join in on a mani-pedi. It was said with humor – but also with a grain of truth. 
 
It’s imperative that women in the health industry not sell themselves short, skill-wise and in terms of compensation. Part of the advice to “surround oneself with supporters” is to make sure those highly competent professionals such as lawyers and accountants have your back. Your economic power is a vital element – don’t be afraid to get the right pay.
 
For women in business – and health care is a business – it is important to set an example. The participants noted that as women gain strength, and proceed up the ladder, whether it’s corporate or personal, they need to help one another.  Be someone else’s ‘contact.’ Be a role model by taking care of yourself, maintain integrity – and keep family and friend relationships strong.
 
The panel addressed many other topics including the expense of end of life care, and the importance of support from spouse. The overall sense was a positive vibe that women are a strong force in the healthcare world.  
 
It’s not a remarkable formula – it’s a sensible one. But women need to keep these thoughts at the forefront as they continue to be a major part of the industry.

Editor's Note: The first Healthcare Roundtable of the fall season took place at Five Star Premier Residences of Hollywood on Tuesday, September 29th from 7:30-9:30 am. Entitled Women in Medicine: Healers & Leaders, this was the second annual event.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 October 2015 15:09
 
Healthcare Roundtable Finalizes Fall 2015 Schedule Print E-mail
Written by Jeffrey Herschler   
Saturday, 15 August 2015 14:14

The Healthcare Roundtable will produce two additional programs this autumn:
 
Tues., Oct 27                    
CyberSecurity
- featuring Tom Murphy, Danna-Gracey
-Five Star Premier Residences of Hollywood

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Tues., Nov 17                    
Medicare’s Transition to Value Based Payment Models
- Featuring Rich Lucibella, Accountable Care Options
-Office Edge, Ft. Lauderdale

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Last Updated on Thursday, 22 October 2015 15:18
 
Healthcare Roundtable Announces First Fall Program Print E-mail
Written by Jeffrey Herschler   
Sunday, 26 July 2015 13:48

The first Healthcare Roundtable of the fall season will take place at Five Star Premier Residences of Hollywood on Tuesday, September 29th, 7:30-9:30 am. Entitled Women in Medicine: Healers & Leaders, this is the second annual event. 

Proceeds to benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

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Last Updated on Sunday, 16 August 2015 11:47
 
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