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The RISE Value-Based Care Summit 2024

Uncover New Strategies for Win-Win Contracts

Hosted by: RISE

Nelson Mullins is a gold sponsor of the RISE Value-Based Care Summit being held on June 3–4 at the Signia by Hilton Atlanta. This conference is designed to discuss new innovative strategies to align financial incentives, improve patient outcomes, and better navigate the value-based care space. On day two of the scheduled educational sessions, Nelson Mullins partners Ed White, Mike Segal, and Gabe Imperato will participate in a panel discussion on the topic "Utilizing a Value Based Enterprise Approach in your Business Plan," alongside other healthcare professionals. During this session, the panel will:

  • Review the new stark and anti-kickback regulations that are so useful in value-based contracting
  • Describe the potential for a robust collaboration for value-driven contracting among primary care and specialist physicians
  • Assess risk mitigation in contracting

White is a co-chair of the Nelson Mullins Value-Based Care Group. He represents healthcare providers in structuring contractual agreements, joint ventures, mergers, consolidations, acquisitions, and strategic affiliations, including navigating issues that implicate the Stark law, the Anti-kickback Statute, and other healthcare regulatory requirements. He is a frequent speaker and writer on value-based care arrangements and strategies using the new Stark and Anti-kickback Statute regulations to transition providers to value-based contracting. He has represented numerous value-based enterprises, accountable care organizations, and clinical integration networks in creating value-based contracts, arrangements, and joint ventures. 

Segal is the Chair of Nelson Mullins' Value Based Care Group. Throughout his legal career, Segal has practiced in a business management environment. For more than 25 years, he has been heavily involved in the creation and representation of large single specialty and multi–specialty physician groups. He also has considerable experience in structuring all varieties of healthcare joint venture transactions, while keeping in mind the various regulatory issues. Additionally, he acts as general and special counsel to hospitals, large medical groups, and other medically related businesses.

Imperato is the Fort Lauderdale managing partner and leader of the Healthcare Enforcement, Compliance and Litigation Group. His personal practice includes representing individuals and organizations accused of healthcare fraud and assisting and advising healthcare organizations on corporate governance and compliance matters. Imperato is board certified as a specialist in Health Law by the Florida Bar. He is also certified in Health Care Compliance (CHC) by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Health Care Compliance Association (SCCE/HCCA).


Starts: Monday, June 3, 2024

Ends: Tuesday, June 4, 2024