Young Moore Hosts “Important Legal Issues Facing Medical Care Providers,” Part 5

Young Moore and Henderson hosted the fifth of a series of seminars, “Important Legal Issues Facing Medical Care Providers” on September 28th. During the complimentary seminar, guest speaker Jason Newton from Medical Mutual Insurance Company of North Carolina discussed the effect of tort reform on medical malpractice litigation in North Carolina. During the latter part of the evening, Matthew J. Gray discussed compliance with the Affordable Care Act, and Rudy L. Ogburn discussed how to achieve one’s philanthropic goals by using the best available techniques for charitable giving. At the conclusion of the evening, the floral arrangements used to decorate the seminar were donated to Alliance Medical Ministries and Litchford Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. The next seminar in the series will take place on November 2nd, 2016. For more information on how our attorneys serve members of the health care profession, please click here.

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