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Thank you for your membership with The Georgia Society of CPAs! If your membership dues were renewed before the June 30th deadline you are qualified to receive a free registration to GSCPA’s 8-hour virtual on-demand conference created specifically for renewing members.
The health care industry is continually evolving. Regulatory and legislative changes challenge CPAs in small- to medium-sized health care organizations. Hear from top experts on critical issues in financial health care's legal, regulatory, audit, and operational realms. Examine the current state of the health care sector and trends and issues impacting health care providers, governments, payers, patients and other stakeholders. Alternate Attendance OptionIn-Person at the GSCPA Learning Center (13010) >
Event ID: #LS13010
CPE: 8.0 credits
Total Price: $299.00
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MATERIALSThis conference is a paperless conference and all materials will be available electronically as PDFs. Materials will be available for download in advance and participants will receive an email when they are available. For more information about eMaterials, visit ematerials.gscpa.org.
Sarah M. Dekutowski, CPA
Draffin & Tucker, LLP
Hear from a panel of industry leaders on today's healthcare environment. Through sharing experiences, discussion of challenges faced and actions taken, and a "crystal ball" conversation of ideas and insight for strategies for the future, the panel will cover various topics, including new service lines, staffing and workforce, technology, and cost considerations.
Mimi M. Grachek, CPA
Recently issued or effective authoritative literature will be discussed along with current accounting and auditing issues impacting health care organizations.
Thomas H. Hawk
King & Spalding
King & Spalding
John G. Armsby, J.D.
King & Spalding
The panel of experts will cover health care legal and policy developments over the past year, focused on Georgia issues. Also discussed will be potential policy developments ahead of the 2024 election cycle.
Megan E. Knight, CPA
The Office of Inspector General (OIG) is performing a series of audits on providers who received distributions from the Provider Relief Fund. Cover what the OIG is looking at, what questions they will ask you, and how you can prepare if you are selected for an audit.
Joanne Krueger, J.D., LL.M
Michael Hoffman, CPA
Washington Dc, DC
Discussion is designed specifically for health care and other tax-exempt organizations and their affiliated entities to provide a tax update and address the impact of recent tax legislation.
Darin L. Reed, CPA
Crisp Regional Hospital
Robert T. Cook, CPA
Draffin & Tucker, LLP
Touch on tips and tricks, recommended best practices, and pitfalls to avoid. These topics are relevant to virtually any system implementation, whether related to the general ledger and/or subledgers, electronic medical record systems, or human resource management systems.
Lindsay N. Stackhouse, CPA
Gain insight into practical approaches to covenant compliance and learn how to work through potential breaches proactively. As hospitals and health systems continue to face challenging operational and financial margin pressures, preventing and mitigating debt covenant violations will play a critical role in their ability to continue to deliver quality health care in their communities.
Pershing Yoakley & Associates
Understand the potential benefits of AI and ChatGPT in health care. Discuss concerns and compliance implications. Explore best practices to implement these technologies.
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