Having completed the 140,000 word manuscript for The Financial Professional’s Guide to Healthcare Reform with my co-author Greg Anderson, to be published by Wiley & Sons in 2012, I have a busy Schedule this Fall and early Winter speaking at a variety of venues on a number of topics. On September 21 , I will be speaking on the Healthcare Reform legislation at a CPAmerica Conference in Boston.  On September 27, I will be doing a Webinar for Business Valuation Resources on current issues in Physician Practice Goodwill. I will be doing three sessions at the New Jersey Society of CPAs annual Business Valuation, Forensic Services  and Litigation Conference on October 4, including Valuation post-Reform and a look at specific factors in valuing medical practices.  On October 18, I will be doing a Webinar for Business Valuation Resources on Damages for Violating Noncompetition Agreements. October 25 and 26 I will be presenting my newly revised Healthcare Reform & Small Business seminar for the New York Society of CPAs in Rochester and Buffalo, respectively.

On October 31, I will give the Keynote Address at the Virginia Society of CPAs annual Professional Development Conference.  My topic will be Healthcare Reform: Gauging the Impact on Small Business.  I will be speaking on Accountable Care Organizations with Carol Carden at the AICPA Business Valuation Conference in Las Vegas on November 8.  Carol and I will reprise this session at the AICPA Healthcare Conference the following week in Baltimore, where I will also be presenting a general session with Dr. Jeff Lasker of the New England Quality Care Alliance. Jeff and I will examine the lessons learned and not learned from the Massachusetts Reform attempt and how government and providers are trying to fix the cost spiral it created.

To round out the year, I will again present Healthcare Reform & Small Business seminar for the New York Society of CPAs in New York City and Nassau County on December 12 and 16, respectively. Finally, I will do that same seminar on Monday, December 19 in Richmond for the Virginia Society of CPAs.

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