The Business of Medicine: Survival Essentials for Clinicians
A 10-Month Lecture Series, March – December 2022
Please join us for an informative presentation examining the business of being a physician on Wednesday, June 15, with featured speaker, Tom Conley, counsel in Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP’s Health Care Practice.
The Business of Being a Physician
Wednesday, June 15, 2022 | 6:00 – 7:30 PM
Northwest EndoVascular Surgery | 1341 Spaulding Ave, Richland, WA 99352
Physician dissatisfaction and burnout with the practice of medicine increase yearly and are exacerbated by the rapid changes in practice structures and demands. No longer is care largely delivered by solo and small physician practices. Instead, hospitals and large practices managed by practice management companies employ physicians and control their delivery of care to patients.
This presentation will examine and compare the legal, economic and business considerations of practicing in solo, small, large and hospital practice settings, including the advantages, disadvantages, risks and rewards of each.
Attendees should have a better understanding of their practice options, the benefits and risks of each, and what to expect if they want to change the environment in which they practice.
Light appetizers and refreshments will be served, along with a wine social and networking opportunities. Q&A will follow the presentation.
About Thomas P. Conley
Thomas Conley, counsel in Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP‘s Health Care Practice, concentrates his practice in transactional health care law and regulatory compliance matters. Thomas is the current President of the Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys. He has chaired the Illinois State Bar Association’s Health Care Section Council and the Chicago Bar Association’s Health Care and Hospital Law Committee. He remains active in ISBA activities, currently serving on the ISBA’s Legislation Committee and its Health Care Section Council. A former appointee to the Illinois Secretary of State’s Business Acts Advisory Committee, he is a founding member of the successor Institute of Illinois Business Law.
In addition, Thomas served as Executive Director and outside General Counsel for the Illinois Educational Facilities Authority, a state agency which during his tenure issued more than $4 billion in revenue bonds to finance the construction and renovation of facilities for private, not for profit educational and cultural institutions throughout the State of Illinois.