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August 19, 2022

2022 Managed Care Institute Request for Proposals

The 2022 Managed Care Institute is an educational symposium by the American Bar Association for attorneys in private practice, in government service and in-house that work in the area of managed care and with risk based health care entities of all types. This includes traditional MCOs, provider operated health plans, ACOs, ICNs, MSOs, TPAs, PBMs, tribal health plans, self-funded ERISA plans, administrative support entities and all others involved in the reimbursement side of health care.

Our seasoned professional panelists turn their attention to legal issues related to government program participation, litigation/claims trends, ERISA updates, value based reimbursement/delivery model changes, vendor contracting, qui tam claims, antitrust and other relevant topics of the day. Focused education on these issues is a must and our Managed Care Institute is designed to shed light on these unique questions for all lawyers who face them in their practice.

As we would like this year’s conference agenda to be framed by recent significant developments, we are looking to you for submissions in line with these topics.

You are invited to submit the following: individual papers to be integrated into sessions, proposals for complete sessions, and proposals for panel discussions. Please note that full session proposals are mere suggestions of groupings. The conference committee reserves the right to consider and accept individual papers from a complete session rather than accepting the complete session.

The submission deadline is August 31, 2022. Decisions concerning the inclusion of papers and sessions will be announced by mid-September 2022.

To submit your proposal for the 2022 Managed Care Institute, click here.

Please direct any questions to the program chairs at [email protected]. See you in Washington DC! 

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