Antitrust in Healthcare

Washington, DC
17 September 2007
Hosted By: the American Health Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association's Health Law Section and Section of Antitrust Law

The 2007 Antitrust in Healthcare program, co-sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association's Health Law Section and Section of Antitrust Law, was held in Washington, DC on 17-18 September 2007. Experienced practitioners and senior agency officials examined the latest developments in health care antitrust law, addressing topics such as clinical integration, strategies for handling investigations, litigation of exclusionary conduct, and information exchange and buyer price-fixing. As part of the program, NERA Senior Vice President and US Health Care Practice Chair Dr. Thomas McCarthy participated in a panel discussion entitled "When Does the Flow of Competitively Sensitive Information Create Antitrust Concerns?"

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