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January 20, 2017

 


This Week in CHCACTivities

This week, CHCACT’s Practice Transformation Network (PTN) team hosted a quality forum focused on strengthening community partnerships. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has identified “practicing as a community partner” as one of the drivers in its road-map to transforming the way health care is delivered. FQHCs have a long history of providing support services to their patients, as well as referring them to local community-based organizations; the need is to formalize these referrals and track their value to people in need.

The forum featured three presentations. First, Greg Wolverton, from CMS and ARCare, presented on the importance of the connection to community resources. Then, Alana Kroeber, from United Way of CT, presented about 2-1-1, which hosts a dynamic, user-friendly web site, with loads of information about resources available across the state – child care, housing, nutrition services, health care and more! FQHCs are very excited about the opportunities to utilize the 2-1-1 system in their referral work. Check out 2-1-1 at www.211ct.org! Finally, Dr. Marie-Christine Bournaki, from CT’s Department of Public Health (DPH), talked about DPH’s Asthma Quality Improvement Learning Collaborative, designed to improve practice, service delivery and patient outcomes.

Every CHCACT-affiliated FQHC participated in the quality forum, either in person or by videoconference – a great turnout! CHCACT’s next quality forum will be March 15th and will be jointly hosted by the Southern New England PTN; the National Nursing-Led Care Consortium will be presenting. Look for information to follow! Meanwhile, if you have any questions about this week’s forum, please let me know.

 

Michael Hebert
Director, Transforming Clinical Practices Initiative

 

 

 

 




 
This Week in
Funding Opportunities

The RFP for the Connecticut Health & Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA) Nonprofit Grant Program is now available. Find out more about this and other funding opportunities here!

This Week in Health Policy News

Here is a sampling of health policy news from around the state. If you see something in your local newspaper that you would like featured here in future weeks, please contact Deb Polun at dpolun@chcact.org. Check out all the Health Policy News from the past month here!

Featured Stories 
1.17.17 CT Mirror: A Health Center Tries a New Way to Deliver Care (feat. Norwalk & CHCACT)


State Health News
1.19.17 CT Mirror: Healthcare Advocate Nominee – Costs Are Too High
1.18.17 CT NewsJunkie: Nonprofit Alliance Suggests Budget Savings But Butts Heads With Union

Health Insurance/Health Reform News
1.20.17 CT Mirror: Access Health CT Wants to Require Broker Commissions
1.19.17 CT Mirror: Access Health CT Seeks to Tighten Mid-Year Enrollment Rules
1.18.17 NPR: Indiana’s Model for Medicaid Could Spread, But It’s Not Working for Everyone
1.17.17 Kaiser Health News: Budget Scorekeepers Say Republican Plan Would Raise Number of Uninsured by 32M 
1.16.17 Fairfield County Business Journal: Report – CT, NY Could Lose Thousands of Jobs, Billions of Dollars if Obamacare Repealed


National/Other Health News
11.20.17 Governing: Judge Blocks Texas from Removing Planned Parenthood as Provider
1.19.17 USA Today: EpiPen Competitor Will Be Out in February, Free to 200M People
1.19.17 Kaiser Health News: Advocacy Group Pushes for Changes in SNAP
1.12.17 NY Times: Parents View New Peanut Guidelines with Guilt, Skepticism
1.11.17 NY Times: A Fix for Gender Bias in Health Care
1.10.17 NY Times: Heartburn Drugs in Pregnancies Tied to Asthma in Babies
1.5.17 CNBC: Government Testing Online Shopping for Food Stamp Recipients

This Week in Social Media

Events/Educational Opportunities

Click here to view our full events calendar. Click here for NACHC Seminars/Conferences/Webcasts.
Welcome to our events calendar! The calendar is updated on a regular basis with upcoming events, webinars, educational opportunities, outreach activities and more. You can sort the calendar by category and subscribe to calendar updates by clicking here.
Feb
11
Sat
Eastern AHEC’s 48 HOUR INTERPRETING HEALTH AND COMMUNITY SETTING COURSE (IHCS) @ Gateway Community College
Feb 11 @ 8:00 am – Apr 22 @ 12:00 pm

Eastern AHEC’s 48 HOUR INTERPRETING HEALTH AND COMMUNITY SETTING COURSE (IHCS)

 

DEADLINE TO REGISTER: Friday, February 3, 2017


Language Barriers affect millions of consumers in the United States each year. Their health care quality is compromised when communication is not communicated effectively. Course Description

  • Basic interpreting techniques and ability to justify the technique selected according to particular situations.
  • Knowledge of medical terms and concepts relevant to clinical and non-clinical encounters.
  • Skills and ethics of interpreting.

Location Gateway Community College 20 Church St., New Haven, CT Dates: 2/11/17 – 4/22/17 – Saturdays 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM Price $775 (Includes course materials) Payment Plans Available – Group Discounts Available

 

Price $775 (Includes course materials) Payment Plans Available – Group Discounts Available

 

For more information or to register, contact Hector Gonzalez at 860-465-8281 x 405 or Gonzalez@easternctahec.org

Feb
28
Tue
An In-Depth Look at Federal Tort Claims Act (Tempe, AZ) @ Tempe Mission Palms and Conference Center
Feb 28 @ 8:30 am – Mar 1 @ 12:30 pm

Operating a health center within the confines of the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) has never been more challenging. The myriad of requirements, involvement of various agencies, coupled with increased accountability and responsibility can make providing health care services to your patients a risky proposition. This training provides information from trusted and experienced health center attorneys, Marty Bree and Matthew Freedus, who for years have provided advice and counsel on the day-to-day issues which arise around FTCA at health centers. It will also provide needed opportunities for you to share ideas and best practices with your colleagues from across the country.

Description of Training Content:
In this live, hands-on training, we’ll discuss the biggest risks in FTCA coverage for health centers – from risks related to their applications and participation (either deeming or redeeming) in the FTCA program to common concerns around the complex set of rules on which FTCA coverage is based. This training will cover the most up-to-date FTCA “hot issues” that health centers across the country face in the ever-changing healthcare environment.

Topics we will cover include:

  • Deeming and Redeeming Applications – FTCA coverage is contingent on approval of an annual deeming application by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). For many health centers, these deeming application requirements have become increasingly more challenging to meet. From credentialing and privileging to referral tracking, HRSA deeming requirements can be complicated and confusing. It is essential for health centers to understand these deeming requirements so that they can get them right.
  • Site Visits – HRSA has begun conducting random FTCA site visits to both initial applicants and deemed grantees. According to the 2015 deeming PAL, if a site visit results in a finding of a lack of implementation of the FTCA program requirements, it may be grounds for a negative deeming determination– leaving the health center without malpractice coverage. During these two and one-half day site visits, HRSA reviews implementation of health center programs related to risk management, QI/QA activities and the health center’s credentialing and privileging program. We will discuss how to prepare for and be successful in these FTCA site visits. We will also discuss common issues that arise for health centers when these programs are audited.
  • Principles of Coverage – Once deemed, a health center must operate within the confines of the FTCA program requirements to ensure that its activities are covered. In most cases, only services provided to a health center patient within the scope of project of the health center and the scope of employment of the provider are covered by FTCA. If any of these elements is missing, the health center could be jeopardizing its FTCA coverage. We will review the principles of FTCA coverage and discuss common pitfalls and potential liabilities and risks for your health center.
  • FTCA Claims Process – After a claim has been filed against your health center, you must take certain deliberate steps to access coverage under the FTCA. Health centers that do not go through these required steps may be putting their FTCA coverage at risk. We will discuss best practices in the FTCA claims process and discuss those actions that could jeopardize coverage for your health center.
  • Gap Insurance – Do you need Gap Insurance? How do you know? In this session we will discuss the types of insurance available and the decision-making process a health center needs to use to make an informed decision.
  • FTCA Case Law – Since the inception of the FTCA Program the courts have made significant rulings that affect health centers’ FTCA protection. This session will review the history of these decisions and explain the impact on the health center.

Presenters:
Martin J. Bree, Esq., Of Counsel, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP
Matthew S. Freedus, Esq., Partner, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP

Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP (FTLF) is the leader in health center law and FTCA training from a legal perspective. FTLF has led trainings across the country for health centers of all sizes. Marty Bree has more than thirty years of experience working with health centers and the FTCA Program. Molly Evans combines her current work on the FTCA program at FTLF with significant experience as in-house counsel for a large health center. Together, Marty Bree and Molly Evans have advised and counseled hundreds of health centers on the day-to-day FTCA-related issues that arise for health centers. Matthew Freedus has litigated on behalf of health centers, and NACHC, on a variety of issues, including denials of deeming applications and the scope of FTCA coverage for malpractice actions brought against health centers and their providers. 

Length of the Training:
1.5 Days – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm on February 28, and 8:30 am to 12:30 pm on March 1.

Continental breakfast will be provided on both days and lunch will be provided on day one. 

The end time for each day is subject to change.

Agenda:
Specific agenda will be distributed to attendees prior to the training.

Target Audience:
Specifically targeted for executive staff, clinical leadership and human resources staff, but all are welcome.

Cost for this 1.5-Day Training:
Early bird rate (until February 10): $645

Regular registration (after February 10): $695 per person 

Available payment methods include purchase order, check, and credit card. Payment for this live training is due 2 weeks before the start of the event (February 14, 2017). If payment is not received in full 2 weeks prior to the start of the event, your order will be cancelled and you will be denied entrance to the training. 

Location and Hotel Accommodations:
Tempe Mission Palms and Conference Center
60 E 5th St
Tempe, AZ 85281

FTLF has negotiated the discount rate of $189 per night. To make your hotel reservations please call the hotel directly at (800) 547-8705 and mention FTLF.  The discounted rate expires February 3, 2017.

Click here to make reservations online.

Cancellation Policy for this Event:
All cancellation requests must be received in writing.

All cancellations prior to January 27, 2017, will receive a full refund.

All cancellation requests received between January 28, 2017 and February 15, 2017 will receive a 50% refund.

All cancellation requests received after February 16, 2017 will not be eligible for a refund.

To cancel your reservation, please send a request in writing to Jaime Hirschfeld at jhirschfeld@ftlf.com.

Infection Prevention in Ambulatory Care Settings: Train-the-Trainer @ CHCACT Training Room
Feb 28 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

INFECTION PREVENTION IN AMBULATORY CARE SETTINGS

Train-the-Trainer Program

Pick ONE session: February 28 or March 16, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

CHCACT Training Room

1484 Highland Ave, Suite 2, Cheshire CT

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Take advantage of this new workplace training program designed to improve clinical and non-clinical staff compliance in Infection Prevention (IP) in both routine and non-routine situations. You will learn how to facilitate and deliver case studies that challenge staff to apply basic IP strategies with serious infectious diseases and explore staff understanding of your facility’s related protocols and policies. In addition to case study learning, this program also provides a series of free, accessible online modules on infectious disease transmission, standard precautions and transmission-based precautions for all levels of staff. Best of all, this program is specifically designed for real world IP practice in the non-acute, ambulatory care setting.

Workplace Infection Prevention Program Learning Objectives:

  • Describe your role in preventing the transmission of infectious diseases in your workplace
    • Explain how you will apply standard precautions in routine and non-routine situations
    • Describe how infectious disease prevention in a team effort in your workplace
    • Discuss relationship between protocols/policies at your workplace and infection prevention
    • Summarize how transmission based precautions can be operationalized at your workplace
    • Identify at least one resource on preventing the transmission of infectious diseases

Registration is FREE. Go to TRAIN at https://ct.train.org and search for course #1068946.

Target audience for program trainers are staff with clinical and/or infection prevention background and emergency preparedness staff. Multiple staff members from each FQHC may participate.

Questions? Kathi Traugh at kathi.traugh@yale.edu or Domina DiBiase at ddibiase@chcact.org

Flyer attached for reference and/or distributionInfection Prevention Train the Trainer Flyer

Presenting Quality Data to the Board – What Questions to Ask
Feb 28 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Hosted by National Center for Health in Public Housing/North American Management Tuesday, February 28, 1-2 p.m Register here

BPHC All-Programs Webcast
Feb 28 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

BPHC All-Programs Webcast Tuesday, February 28, 2-3 p.m. View the webcast the day of the session  Email questions by Wednesday, February 22, with the subject “BPHC All-Programs Question”

Webinar—Medicaid PPS 101 for Everyone
Feb 28 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Webinar—Medicaid PPS 101 for Everyone, Tue, Feb 28, 2017, 2:00-3:30PM ET, In this webinar we will go over the Medicaid basics, including Medicaid coverage of health centers, how the PPS is calculated, what is included in the PPS, and Alternative Payment Methodologies.  Please join us to learn the basics for the first time or refresh your memory on this important program for health centers. Registration deadline: Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 2:00PM ET. 

 

Naloxone/Narcan Training Opportunity @ UConn Health (Low learning Center, Ground Floor)
Feb 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Register here for this free event!

Mar
1
Wed
Event Information: How Community-Based Organizations Contract and Receive Reimbursement for Medicaid HCBS – A Blueprint for Success
Mar 1 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Link to register

Community-based organizations (CBOs) have a long history of supporting people with disabilities and older adults to live and thrive in the community, through a variety of funding structures. States are increasingly realizing the value of these organizations as providers and partners in their Medicaid-funded programs. At the same time, many states are partnering with Medicaid managed care organizations to provide long-term services and supports (MLTSS) and considering value-based payment structures for LTSS. This creates both opportunities and challenges for CBOs who have had experience serving individuals who need assistance to be able to live independently in their own homes. During this webinar, a panel of experts will provide real-world strategies that CBOs can use to effectively expand access to their services, work with state Medicaid programs, contract with managed care, and ensure sufficient reimbursements. Click here to view more upcoming webinars and webinar replays.

Mar
2
Thu
Promotor(a) Program Planning Webinar Series – Part 1
Mar 2 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Implementation of Promotor(a) Programs
Thursday, March 2, 2-3 p.m.
 https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/469017956221662723

Please join MHP Salud for an overview of its updated resources to assist health centers in improving the implementation of new and existing Promotor(a) de Salud/Community Health Worker programs.

Objectives of Implementation of Promotor(a) Programs:
• Participants will understand the Promotor(a) program cycle
• Participants will identify critical steps in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of a program
• Will learn at least one new strategy for implementing a successful Promotor(a) program

Rebecca Epstein’s background is in community health programming. Prior to joining MHP Salud as Special Projects Director, she gained substantial experience working with rural, low-income populations through projects in Virginia, Guatemala and St. Louis. She started with MHP Salud in 2015 as Special Projects Director. Ms. Epstein currently holds a Bachelor of Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language from Radford University in Virginia and a Master of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. 

 

Mar
8
Wed
Five-Part Board Chair Leadership Webinar Series (3 of 5)
Mar 8 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
Dimensions of Board Chair Leadership Webinar Series

This webinar series provides board chairs information and insight about leading the board of directors in their oversight and support responsibilities.  Each webinar looks at a dimension of board chair responsibilities and highlights practices for improvement – improving their own performance, the performance of the full board, and ultimately the performance of the health center in achieving its mission in the community, which is the passion of all board members.

 

Webinar #3:  Supporting High-Performing Committees 
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 | 2:00PM – 2:45PM EST
Register NOW

Committees are where most of a board’s work is done and where board members deepen their understanding of particular issues.  Full board meetings are where members focus on big-picture issues and decision-making.  This webinar will look at the board chair’s role to appoint committee chairs and assess committees’ work to assure they function effectively and support a healthy board culture.

Mar
9
Thu
NACHC Corporate Compliance 2-Day Training @ Hotel Whitcomb
Mar 9 – Mar 10 all-day

SFCCC will be hosting The NACHC Corporate Compliance 2-Day Training.  This training has been specifically designed to assist health centers in implementing appropriate corporate compliance programs that focus on their highest risk areas.  The training is presented by attorneys from Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP, who have developed the curriculum in conjunction with the National Association of Community Health Centers.

INTENDED AUDIENCE: Health Center CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CMOs, Board Members, Compliance Officers, QA Directors, Site Directors.

Space is limited – so do not delay in registering!

With the release of the draft Compliance Manual, HRSA’s focus on compliance with requirements continues to strengthen.  Coupled with the potential consequences of non-compliance (including draw-down restrictions and re-competition of your grant), it is crucial that every health center prepare itself by reviewing its knowledge and implementation of the 19 Health Center Program Requirements. This compliance training will not only discuss the fundamentals of a health center compliance program, but also provide an in-depth analysis of the program requirements and other financial, clinical and regulatory risk areas affecting health centers.  Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell Partners Adam Falcone and Marcie Zakheim will offer guidance on how health center compliance programs can take action to address these risk areas. 

 

TOPICS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Implementing a Compliance Program;
  • Scope of Project;
  • Sliding Fee Scale;
  • Enforcement Environment; and
  • Financial Risk Areas. Market Street
  • San Francisco

Click Here (pdf file) for a detail agenda

PLEASE NOTE: Each Health Center is required to purchase one NACHC Corporate Compliance Toolkit.  The toolkit is an essential resource for health centers looking to create, maintain or improve their compliance program.

The Health Center Corporate Compliance Toolkit was created specifically for health centers by NACHC and Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP and contains summaries of applicable standards; customizable templates of policies, procedures and forms; and guidance from the authors.

REGISTRATION:  Registration Fee for the two-day training is $850 per attendee.  Tool kits are $400 for NACHC members or $500 for non-NACHC members.  As a reminder, each Health Center is required to purchase one NACHC Corporate Compliance Toolkit. 

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:  The Hotel Whitcomb is offering a discounted hotel room rate of $99 per night, not including taxes and fees.  Attendees can call the hotel at 800-227-4747 to reserve a room.  Attendees need to mention SFCCC to receive the rate.  Attendees can fax the reservation department at (415) 861-1435 or email Meng Zhang at Mzhang@hotelwhitcomb.com if they prefer. 

NACHC Corporate Compliance Training Registration

$850.00

NACHC Corporate Compliance Tool Kit (NACHC Member Price)

$400.00

PLEASE NOTE: Each Health Center is required to purchase one NACHC Corporate Compliance Toolkit.  The toolkit is an essential resource for health centers looking to create, maintain or improve their compliance program.

The Health Center Corporate Compliance Toolkit was created specifically for health centers by NACHC and Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP and contains summaries of applicable standards; customizable templates of policies, procedures and forms; and guidance from the authors.

If your agency is a NACHC member, the price of the tool kit is only $400

NACHC Corporate Compliance Tool Kit (Non-NACHC Member Price)

$500.00

Promotor(a) Program Planning Webinar Series – Part 2
Mar 9 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Supervision of Promotor(a) Programs Thursday, March 9, 2-3 p.m.

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1787465438832068099

Please join MHP Salud for an overview of its updated resources to assist health centers in improving the implementation of new and existing Promotor(a) de Salud/Community Health Worker programs.

Objectives of Supervision for Promotores(as) de Salud:
 Participants will understand a supervisor’s role in supporting Promotores(as)
 Participants will identify the components of a successful training program
 Participants will learn at least one new strategy regarding supporting Promotores(as)

Speaker Bio:
Anne Lee, Program Director, has had extensive experience in the area of community development. Before joining MHP Salud in October 2010, she worked in Nicaragua for six years with international development organizations that supported community-based initiatives to reduce health disparities and build community capacity. She has experience facilitating rural and urban development projects, collaborating with community leadership and evaluating project performance. Currently, she works with MHP Salud’s Capacity-Building Assistance Team, offering technical assistance to health centers to start or strengthen Community Health Worker (or Promotor(a) de Salud) programs. Additionally, she has experience coordinating and supervising direct service Promotor(a) de Saludprograms and community outreach activities in Michigan, Ohio and Texas. Ms. Lee is fluent in Spanish and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Michigan, Stephen M. Ross School of Business.

 

Cultivating Your 340B Program
Mar 9 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The 340B program is complex and requires cooperation from many different departments within the covered entity to ensure results while meeting program compliance requirements. Considering recent changes, anticipated regulations and OPA guidance, all covered entities should undertake a thoughtful “best practices” assessment that focuses on areas of risk and opportunities for improvement.

This webinar will address the following areas of 340B assessment:

  • Audit preparedness
  • Eligible patient identification
  • 340B program policies and procedures
  • 340B program executive oversight
  • Medicaid duplicate discount avoidance
  • Contract pharmacy

Are you a HealthCenterCompliance.com Premium subscriber? If so, contact healthcentercompliance@ftlf.com to find out how to register for this webinar for FREE!

 

Speaker Information
Mike Glomb   [ view bio ]
Elizabeth (Issie) Karan   [ view bio ]
Mar
14
Tue
De-Mystifying the 19 Program Requirements
Mar 14 – Mar 15 all-day

Over the last few years, HRSA has significantly increased its scrutiny of health centers’ compliance with the nineteen (19) key health center program requirements both on paper as well as in practice.

With the release of the draft Compliance Manual, HRSA’s focus on compliance with requirements continues to strengthen.  Coupled with the potential consequences of non-compliance (including draw-down restrictions and re-competition of your grant), it is crucial that every health center prepares itself by reviewing its knowledge and implementing all core requirements. 

 

Join FTLF’s Partner Marcie Zakheim and trusted health center advisor Warren Brodine for this two-day, hands-on practical training on the ins and outs of Program Requirements and Operational Site Visits as we: 

  • Walk health centers through the OSV process;
  • Review the 19 program requirements;
  • Identify key hotspots that cause concern from OSV reviewers; and
  • Address the potential changes due to the release of the draft compliance manual and the potential consequences of non-compliance (including draw-down restrictions and re-competition of your grant).

This training will prepare participants for an upcoming OSV as well as provides them with a better understanding of the health center program and the 19 Program Requirements.  In addition, the presenters will touch on the draft Program Requirements Compliance Manual. 

Register now before the Early Bird special expires! For any questions on trainings, please contact Jaime Hirschfeld, FTLF’s Director of Training and Technical Assistance at jhirschfeld@ftlf.com or (202) 466-8960.

 

De-Mystifying the 19 Program Requirements (Dallas, TX) @ The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel
Mar 14 @ 8:00 am – Mar 15 @ 3:00 pm

Dallas, TX

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 8 am – 5 pm

Wednesday, March 15, 2016 – 8 am – 3 pm 

PLEASE NOTE: Be sure to complete the registration form for the attendee NOT the person completing the form.  Each attendee will need to complete the form separately.

Over the last few years, HRSA has significantly increased its scrutiny of health centers’ compliance with the nineteen (19) key health center program requirements – both on paper as well as in practice. .

  • Does your Scope of Project accurately identify the services provided and their mode of delivery?
  • Do you have written agreements in place for services provided via contract and/or formal referral and do your agreements include all required provisions? 
  • Have you fully implemented the sliding fee discount program requirements?
  • Have your billing and collection policies struck the balance between maximizing reimbursement and maintaining optimum access? 
  • Is your Board of Directors exercising all of its authorities and meeting other governance requirements? 

With the release of the draft Compliance Manual, HRSA’s focus on compliance with requirements continues to strengthen.  Coupled with the potential consequences of non-compliance (including draw-down restrictions and re-competition of your grant), it is crucial that every health center prepare itself by reviewing its knowledge and implementation of all core requirements. 

Join Marcie Zakheim from FTLF and Warren Brodine, trusted health center advisor, for this hands-on training as they walk health centers through the substance and implementation of the 19 program requirements, as well as the OSV review process, and identify key hotspots (both old and new) that cause concerns from OSV reviewers. 

Participants will explore current trends and patterns that have emerged from the field regarding governance, administration and finance and receive “tips” from our speakers.  Whether or not you have an OSV on the horizon, this is a must attend workshop!

Presenters:

Marcie Zakheim, Partner, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP

Warren Brodine, W.J. Brodine & Co. 

Length of the Training:
2 Days – 8 am to 5 pm on Day 1, and 8 am to 3:00 pm on Day 2.

Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided on both days. 

The end time for each day is subject to change.

Agenda:
Specific agenda will be available here at a later date.

Cost for this 2 Day Training:
Early bird rate (until February 17): $745

Regular registration (after February 17): $795 per person 

Available payment methods include purchase order, check, and credit card. Payment for this live training is due 2 weeks before the start of the event (February 28, 2017). If payment is not received in full 2 weeks prior to the start of the event, your order may be cancelled and you may be denied entrance to the training. 


Location and Hotel Accommodations:

The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel
200 Main Street
Fort Worth, TX, 76102

FTLF has negotiated the discount rate of $169 per night.  To make your hotel reservations please call the hotel directly at (800) 468-3571 and mention FTLF.  The discounted rate expires February 20, 2017.  Click here to make your reservations online.

Cancellation Policy for this Event:
All cancellation requests must be received in writing.

All cancellations prior to February 14, 2017, will receive a full refund.

All cancellation requests received between February 15 and March 3, 2017 will receive a 50% refund.

All cancellation requests received after March 3, 2017 will not be eligible for a refund.

To cancel your reservation, please send a request in writing to Jaime Hirschfeld at jhirschfeld@ftlf.com.


 
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