Webinar: SUD Treatment Provider Boot Camp — The Entity
- Date Recorded: October 21, 2018
- Presenter: Harry Nelson
- Length: a little under 1 hour, 19 minutes
- Price: $65.00 (Members receive 15% discount)
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With tremendous changes in the behavioral health industry, there will continue to be opportunities to provide desperately needed treatment services to those suffering from substance use disorders, but the business models are changing rapidly. The traditional treatment models are finding it more difficult to survive as insurance payors and government payors repeatedly modify their reimbursement programs. Attracting patients has become more difficult as increased regulations have been imposed on marketing and compensation practices.
The professionals and attorneys at BHAP and Nelson Hardiman have carefully designed the curriculum of this Boot Camp to address these growing concerns in this webinar series.
Creating a business entity involves far more consideration than picking a corporate structure and filing the appropriate forms with the government. When partners are involved and financing and funding elements need to be included in ownership agreements, developing the correct documentation and registrations becomes highly important. Beyond these practical considerations, there are also a plethora of compliance considerations that can protect owners, investors and the business from unnecessary liability. This webinar provides comprehensive information about all of these matters.
- What business structure should you use?
- Negotiating and structuring issues with partners and investors
- Entity Formation: Process and key decisions
- Business Permits and Registrations
- Corporate Compliance
Harry Nelson is the founder and managing partner of Nelson Hardiman, LLC, as well as the chairman of Behavioral Health Association of Providers.
Beyond his legal expertise, Harry is known nationally as a consummate leader at the intersection of healthcare law and business, as evidenced by his role in co-founding five healthcare-related start-ups in the last decade. Deeply immersed in healthcare transformation and innovation; he frequently speaks on cutting edge issues and the future of the industry itself.