Sponsored Event – Financial Summit 2021

Virtual Event

Young Moore is pleased to sponsor this North Carolina Health Care Facilities Association (NCHCFA) Event.


The 2021 NCHCFA Financial Summit is designed to educate attendees on a wide array of topics, all related to the financial well-being of operating nursing facilities with the goal of preparing you for 2022 and beyond. NCHCFA has curated a program of insights and analysis from leaders in government, health care, media and capital markets. These experts have set a high standard of themselves when it comes to the quality of the information they share and the content they deliver.

Topics include:

  • Medicaid and Medicare Outlook
  • Financing Panel
  • State of the skilled nursing sector – from the National Investment Center (NIC)
  • Hospital Panel
  • View from Washington
  • Medicaid applications, appeals, and authorized representatives

The event offers up to 11.5 contact hours for nursing home administrators.

Young Moore attorneys Dana H. Hoffman and Christy C. Dunn will present on Using COVID Immunity Statutes to Build Your Litigation Toolbox on November 16 beginning at 2:00 p.m.

For more information or to register for this event, please visit the or contact Karen Lennon at 919-782-3827 or

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