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February 2016 - Volume 12 - Issue 8


Unlock Your Organization’s Financial Success in 2016 with the FICPA’s Health Care Conference

Accounting and tax developments will pave the way for necessary compliance while opening doors to strategic financial moves for health care organizations. Developments in revenue recognition, leases, impairments, Uniform Grant Guidance and much more will shape your actions in 2016 and beyond.
Are you prepared to approach these challenges with a strategic plan? The FICPA’s Health Care Industry Conference will equip you with the knowledge necessary to not only face the coming changes – you’ll leave with actionable insights to put your organization ahead of the game.
Together with our committee of financial professionals working in health care, we’ve put together an agenda that covers the crucial topics on your horizon. Our national-level instructors understand the complexities of your ever-changing industry, the regulations that you are trusted to navigate and the best ways for your organization to approach what’s already here and what lies ahead.
Disruption of the health care industry has been a popular subject of discussion at least since the onset of the Affordable Care Act. Is there further disruption to come – this time in the form of business models? Instructors Scott Arnold and Matthew Rozen will cover how health care organizations are adapting to retail and consumer-oriented trends. Keynote David Nash will address population health while connecting it to the core tenets of the ACA, offering provocative predictions that you don’t want to miss.
Compliance, compliance, compliance. Our instructors will cover the new requirements for Uniform Grant Guidance; provide a GASB Update that includes lessons learned during GASB 68 implementation; and go into depth on the impact of the new revenue recognition standards. You will learn the implications and requirements of the new lease standard on your industry, including how to identify a lease, the impact on financial statements, the effective date and transition requirements.
Is your organization addressing vulnerabilities in cybersecurity? Michael Sloan of Ernst & Young LLP leads the “Health Care Cybersecurity Hot Topics” session, providing an overview of the current threat landscape and focus areas for management to build effective cybersecurity defenses. You’ll also get to listen in on the Modern Health Care Technology expert panel, where you’ll learn how collaboration between scientists, engineers, research companies, providers and financiers has led to groundbreaking advancements.
And that’s just touching on our eighteen-hour CPE agenda! Join us from April 28-29, 2016, at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. Can’t make it in person? Attend online with the live Simulcast and earn up to sixteen hours. CPAs also have the opportunity to join us on Wednesday, April 27th for four hours of pre-conference ethics (separate registration).
For this conference only, we are extending our special member price to members of FHA and HFMA. Visit to learn more and register. Share this event on social media with #ficpaHCC!
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