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The PPACA creates

incredible opportunities for CPAs – can you provide the guidance clients demand? Your clients have been watching the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act closely. The rules are changing, the oversight is increasing and the system is getting more complex. CPAs have opportunities to provide value-added services like cost reduction; tax work; and bottom-line guidance for reimbursement changes – and that’s just the beginning of the list. The 2014 FICPA Health Care Industry Conference prepares you for a changing market with sessions covering the employer perspective on health care reform and how it’s changing the role of the CFO. Add to your benefit with four hours of ethics and the “Medicare Cost Reporting Reimbursement Strategy” pre-conference workshop.

CPE Credit The Health Care Industry Conference qualifies for up to 18 credit hours, subject to approval by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. The type of credit earned depends on concurrent breakouts chosen. Please indicate your choice of breakouts on the registration form.

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Can't Attend in Person? If you can't make it to theHealth Care Industry Conference, we'll have select sessions available through live webcast! You can register to watch both days or just one. To register for the webcast and view more information, please visit www.ficpa.org/cpe/webcast.


Keynote Speakers Michael T. Wolf

Rafael J. Sciullo

Economist | Wells Fargo Securities Charlotte NC

President and CEO | Suncoast Caring Community, Inc.

Thursday, April 24

Thursday, April 24

8:20-9:10 a.m.

9:10-11:05 a.m.

Economic Update

The Continuum of Care: Life Before, Leading Up to and In to the Hospital and All that Follows

Michael Wolf is an economist with Wells Fargo Securities, covering both U.S. and regional economies. Based in Charlotte, N.C., he writes indicator reports, special commentary and contributes to the company’s Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary. Prior to joining Wells Fargo in 2013, Michael worked as a regional and international economist at Moody’s Analytics. Additionally, he measured trends in compensation as an economist for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Michael has a master’s degree in international economic policy and statistics from Columbia University and Baruch College, respectively. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Maryland.

Augustine E. Agocha, MD, PhD Partner | Baycare Health SystemSt. Joseph's Heart Institute | Lutz

Rafael J. Sciullo has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Suncoast Hospice and its family of programs since February 1, 2013. With nearly 30 years as a national leader in hospice and palliative care, his visionary leadership and connection to compassionate care is well documented. He joined Suncoast Hospice after 12 years as the President and CEO of Family Hospice and Palliative Care of Pittsburgh, which became one of the largest, most highly-regarded organizations of its kind in Pennsylvania under his guidance. Sciullo blends his attention to detail and fiscal soundness with heartfelt empathy and concern for patients and families.

Dr. Miguel Faná, Jr. President | Faná Medical Group St. Petersburg

Thursday, April 24 Thursday, April 24

9:10-11:05 a.m

9:10-11:05 a.m.

The Continuum of Care: Life Before, Leading Up to and In to the Hospital and All that Follows

The Continuum of Care: Life Before, Leading Up to and In to the Hospital and All that Follows Dr. Agocha has over 19 years of experience in the treatment of cardiovascular disease with clinical and research expertise in the area of heart failure evaluation and management and women's heart disease. As Chief of Cardiology, he created and directed successful Heart Failure Programs at the University of South Carolina Specialty Clinics, the Dorn VA Medical Center and the DEBORAH Heart and Lung Center. Most recently, he served as Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine, Director of Heart Failure Programs, and Professor of Medicine at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine.

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Dr. Miguel Faña Jr. serves as President and founder of Faña Medical Group, an Internal Medicine/Family Medicine practice. Dr. Faña completed his residency training at New York Hospital-Queens, where he served as Chief Resident. He also served as the Associate Medical Director for JSA Healthcare’s Tampa Bay region. Dr. Faña was recently elected President of The Pinellas County Medical Association and has provided significant contributions to several local residency training programs. He was recognized with the “Teaching Faculty of the Year” award by the St. Petersburg General Family Medicine Residency Program and the “Dr. Frist Humanitarian Award” by Health Care America. 3


Conference at a Glance Wednesday, April 23 12-3:40 p.m.

Ethics*

3:50-5:30 p.m.

Pre-Conference Workshop: Medicare Cost Reporting Reimbursement Strategy* *Additional fees apply.

Thursday, April 24 7:30-8:15 a.m.

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:15-8:20 a.m.

Introduction and Opening Remarks

8:20-9:10 a.m.

Keynote Address: Economic Update

9:10-10 a.m.

The Continuum of Care: Life Before, Leading Up to and In to the Hospital and All that Follows (Panel Part I)

10:15-11:05 a.m.

11:10 a.m.-12 p.m. Breakout 1

Breakout 2

Breakout 3

Impact of the New Private Company Counsel on Non-Public Providers Recent Tax Developments for Health Care Organizations

1:15-2:05 p.m.

Concurrent Breakouts

Breakout 6

Breakout 7

How Health Care Providers Estimate Their Medicare, Medicaid, RAC and Other Liabilities

Breakout 8

Show Me the Money – How to Find Grant Money and Grant Accounting

Breakout 9

Ongoing Impact of Health Care Reform on Bond Ratings

3:15-4:05 p.m.

Concurrent Breakouts

Breakout 10

GASB OMB A 133 Update

Breakout 11

Payor Provider Integration Case Study

Breakout 12

Many Faces of Physician Integration

4:05-4:55 p.m.

Concurrent Breakouts

Breakout 13

New Revenue Recognition Standards and its Impact on the Health Care Industry

Breakout 14

ICD-10 – Impact on Your Cash Flow and Reimbursement

Breakout 15

What No One Has Ever Told You About Malpractice Insurance

Wealth-Planning Pitfalls to Avoid for Medical Professionals Lunch Presentation – Well they are MY Wishes, aren’t they?!

Breakout 5

Concurrent Breakouts

Concurrent Breakouts

12-1:10 p.m.

Breakout 4

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The Continuum of Care: Life Before, Leading Up to and In to the Hospital and All that Follows (Panel Part II)

2:10-3 p.m.

Lease Accounting 5-5:50 p.m.

Legislative and Regulatory Update: What 2 Watch 4

6-7 p.m.

Reception

990 Community Needs Assessment – Case Study Six Sigma in Practice – Using Focused Clinical Programs to Achieve Strategic Objectives

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Altegra Health CapTrust Advisors CliftonLarsonAllen

Friday, April 25

Deloitte

7:30-8:00 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

EY

8-9:40 a.m.

Health Care Reform from an Employer Perspective

Fifth Third Bank

10-10:50 a.m.

Concurrent Breakouts

FHIcommunications

Breakout 16

Private Equity Acquiring Physician Practices: Significant Accounting and Transaction Issues

Breakout 17

Changing Role of the CFO Under Health Care Reform

Gregory, Sharer & Stuart, CPAs HFA Partners, LLC

Breakout 18

Balancing Transparency and Revenue Performance with a Rational Pricing Strategy

J.P. Morgan KPMG Landrum Human Resources

10:55-11:45 a.m.

Concurrent Breakouts

Breakout 19

Not-for-Profit Audit Guide Update

Mallah Furman

Breakout 20

Strategies for Reducing Payroll and Benefit Cost

Marcum LLP

Breakout 21

Next Generation Commercial and Medicare ACOs

McGladrey LLP Moore Stephens Lovelace, PA

11:45 a.m.-1 p.m.

1-1:50 p.m.

Lunch Presentation – Identity Theft – The Inside Threat

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Concurrent Breakouts

Breakout 22

Accounitng for the Federal Budget – The Future on Health Care Dollars

Breakout 23

Current Update on Clinical Integration

Breakout 24

Achievers — Align, Engage, Recognize

South Florida Hospital News, LLC TD Bank N.A. United Capital Financial Advisers, LLC

2:05-3:45 p.m.

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Accounting and Auditing Update

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Conference Schedule Wednesday, April 23* 12-3:40 p.m.

Ethics: Protecting the Integrity of Florida CPAs (4980) (4 Ethics)* J. Edward Grossman, CPA, CMA, CFE West Palm Beach Get updated with a focus on real-life ethical issues. Through lecture and class discussion, the course addresses internal and external issues that CPAs face, such as professional standards, ethical conduct, client communication and independence. This course complies with the ethics requirements for Florida CPAs as set forth by the Florida Board of Accountancy.

Thursday, April 24 7:30-8:15 a.m.

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:15-8:20 a.m.

Introduction and Opening Remarks Stephanie Boyle Committee Chair

8:20-9:10 a.m.

Economist | Wells Fargo Securities | Charlotte NC The year ahead will present several opportunities and challenges for the U.S. and Florida economies. The speaker will outline the status of these economies in the current recovery and how they will develop moving forward. He also will present information specific to Florida and relevant to the health care industry.

3:50-5:30 p.m. Medicare Cost Reporting Reimbursement Strategy (2 AA)* Chad Krcil, MBA, FHFMA Director, Health Care Advisory Services McGladrey LLP | Denver, Colo. Review cost-reporting preparation and protocols to enhance reimbursement-function performance and accountability by examining cost-report reimbursement impact areas. Discuss the relationship between health care payment reform initiatives and cost-report changes.

Keynote Address: Economic Update (1 TB) Michael T. Wolf

9:10-10 a.m.

The Continuum of Care: Life Before, Leading Up to and In to the Hospital and All that Follows (1 TB) — Panel Part I Rafael J. Sciullo President and CEO | Suncoast Caring Community, Inc. and

Augustine E. Agocha, MD, PhD, MBA *Additional fees apply.

Partner | Baycare Health System-St Joseph's Heart Institute | Lutz and

Dr. Miguel Fana, Jr. President | Fana Medical Group | St. Petersburg Join this panel discussion for perspective into some of the challenges we face as individuals and as a health care continuum. You’ll also learn about some of the opportunities ahead. With the ACA and ACOs a reality, teamwork and partnerships are key.

10:15-11:05 a.m. The Continuum of Care: Life Before, Leading Up to and In to the Hospital and All that Follows (1 TB) — Panel Part II Rafael J. Sciullo President and CEO | Suncoast Caring Community, Inc. and

Augustine E. Agocha, MD, PhD, MBA Partner | Baycare Health System-St Joseph's Heart Institute | Lutz and

Dr. Miguel Fana, Jr. President | Fana Medical Group | St. Petersburg Join this continued panel discussion for perspective into some of the challenges we face as individuals and as a health care continuum. You’ll also learn about some of the opportunities ahead. With the ACA and ACOs a reality, teamwork and partnerships are key.

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11:10 a.m.-12 p.m. Concurrent Breakouts Choose One Per Time Slot Breakout 1

Breakout 2

Breakout 5

Impact of the New Private Company Counsel on Non-Public Providers (1 AA)

Tax Director | Deloitte Tax | Charlotte, N.C. and

Speaker TBA Learn the makeup and purpose of the new Private Company Council. We’ll discuss which organizations fall within the scope of the Private Company Council and review the recently-issued ASUs.

John Sadoff Tax Director | Deloitte Tax | Charlotte, N.C. Attend this session to discuss how the IRS has approached the Internal Revenue Code Section 501(r) guidance that has been released for several years (including the additional requirements that have been added since the release date) and how tax-exempt organizations have responded. Walk through a case study of how several large clients have completed their community needs assessments and addressed the other aspects of the 501(r) regulations. We’ll discuss how this data may be used in the future and what type of challenges can be expected in this area.

Recent Tax Developments For Health Care Organizations (1 TB) Cindy B. Kushner, CPA Tax Partner | Crowe Horwath LLP | Ft. Lauderdale and

Brittney M. Wing, CPA Tax Manager | Crowe Horwath LLP | Ft. Lauderdale Join this interactive discusson of preserving and maintaining your tax-exempt status; tax considerations and planning related to physician integration; how your organization's CHNA strategy compares to peer hospitals; and practical approaches to developing the CHNA implementation strategy.

Breakout 3

Breakout 6

Wealth-Planning Pitfalls to Avoid for Medical Professionals (1 TB) Peter Anderson, MBA

2:10-3:00 p.m. Lunch Presentation: Well they are MY Wishes, aren’t they?! (1 TB) Tracy Christner

Breakout 7

Executive Director | Project GRACE | Clearwater This upbeat session will enable you to take charge of what happens to you if you can’t speak for yourself. Learn your rights and the law. Walk away with some great tools for yourself, your clients and your loved ones.

1:15-2:05 p.m.

Concurrent Breakouts Choose One Per Time Slot

Breakout 4

Lease Accounting (1 AA) Rachel Gerring Partner | Ernst & Young, LLP | Nashville, Tenn. The joint proposal by the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board would significantly change the accounting for leases and could have far-reaching implications for a company's finances and operations. This session will address the proposed changes, the potential impact and what companies should start doing now to prepare.

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Six Sigma in Practice – Using Focused Clinical Programs to Achieve Strategic Objectives (1 TB) Augustine Agocha, MD, MBA, Phd Medical Director, Heart Failure Program St. Joseph’s Hospital | Tampa The ACA introduced a myriad of clinical measures whose attachment to remuneration made them financially and strategically important. Achievement of key measures requires significant process integration and team collaboration to obtain sustainable results. Crosscutting interdisciplinary programs developed using basic DMAIC principles (Define, Measure, Improve, Control) offers a unique opportunity to provide the needed focus to accomplish targeted objectives.

Wealth Advisor | United Capital Financial Advisors LLC Boca Raton This workshop outlines various areas that are vulnerable to wealth-planning pitfalls, such as creditor protection, accumulation goals, investment strategies, qualified retirement plans and more. The speaker will provide deliberate actions to improve upon each area.

12-1:10 p.m.

990 Community Needs Assessment – Case Study (1 TB) Steve Rovner

Concurrent Breakouts Choose One Per Time Slot How Health Care Providers Estimate Their Medicare, Medicaid, RAC and Other Liabilities Brandon McCain Director | PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Birmingham, Ala. and

Michelle Manuel Manager | PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Jacksonville Get an overview of how to estimate third-party liabilities and items to consider for year-end settlements affecting Medicare, Medicaid, RAC and other liabilities.

Breakout 8

Show Me the Money: How to Find Grant Money and Grant Accounting (1 TB) Roger E. Dearth, MBA Finance Director for Development | Mayo Foundation Rochester, Minn. Examine the competitive landscape, trends and issues in grant funding. Learn to marshal all of your institution's resources to compete for more grant funding and avoid the silos. Develop practical distinctions between gifts and grants and the accounting impact of such distinctions.

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Thursday continued Breakout 9

Ongoing Impact of Health Care Reform on Bond Ratings (1 TB) Speaker TBA Learn about the ongoing impact of health care reform on bond ratings, including the health care exchanges and the transformation of health care from fee for service to a value-based system. We’ll discuss the effect on not-for-profit hospitals and health care systems along with the short-term and long-term financial expectations for issuing debt and how these significant changes will affect the industry and bond ratings.

3:15-4:05 p.m.

Breakout 10

4:05-4:55 p.m. Concurrent Breakouts Choose One Per Time Slot Breakout 13

Healthcare Partner | McGladrey, LLP | Chicago As a member of the AICPA Health Care expert panel, Pat Kitchen provide ’s his views on the new revenue recognition standards and its anticipated impact on the Health Care Industry. The session also will cover the most recent health care audit risk alert and discuss what your organization should be considering now and into the future.

Concurrent Breakouts Choose One Per Time Slot GASB OMB A 133 Update (1 AA) Todd Webster

Breakout 14

Managing Director | KPMG | New York Join this session for a detailed update on recent OMB A-133 Circular changes and proposed changes.

Breakout 11

Director | PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP | Tampa and

Kristian Brokaw, MBA Breakout 15

Jeff Whitcomb Manager | PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP | Tampa Many are aware that provider convergence has been on the uptick in recent years, but there is increased activity on the payor and provider fronts. We’ll take an in-depth look at an actual case study of an insurance payor who acquired approximately 450 physicians and their related practices. Hear an overview of why the transaction took place; specific details of the transaction; and the evolving plans moving forward.

Breakout 12

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What No One Has Ever Told You About Malpractice Insurance (1 TB) Matt Gracey President & CEO | Danna-Gracey | Delray Beach Do you think you know about medical malpractice insurance? Even after purchasing coverage for years, you will be amazed by what you don't understand or never knew about this type of coverage. This is the 101 to 501 in less than an hour!

5-5:50 p.m.

Many Faces of Physician Integration (1 TB) Jeffrey D. Lowenkron, MD Chief Executive Officer | USF Physicians Group Tampa Learn about current and future physician service delivery models, key variables and financial viability for each structure, including ACOs, hospital-owned, joint ventures, physician mergers, insurance-owned, IPAs and more.

ICD-10: Impact on Your Cash Flow and Reimbursement (1 TB) Michael Olson Vice President, Senior Product Manager Fifth Third Bank | Cincinnati, OH In addition to the cost of conversion, impact to staffing and education; contracting; documentation; billing; and IT all will play significant roles in impacting the provider's cash flow. Learn about the ongoing expense and reimbursement concerns associated with converting to ICD-10.

Payor Provider Integration Case Study (1 TB) George Batalis, CPA

Manager | PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP | Tampa and

New Revenue Recognition Standards and its Impact on the Health Care Industry (1 AA) Patrick J. Kitchen, CPA

Legislative and Regulatory: What 2 Watch 4 (1 TB) Larry A. Oday, Esquire President | Larry A. Oday, Esq. PLLC Washington, D.C. Don’t miss the 10 hottest topics in health policy for 2014!

6-7 p.m.

Reception

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Friday, April 25 7:30-8 a.m.

Contenintal Breakfast

8-9:40 a.m.

Health Care Reform from an Employer Perspective (2 TB) Matthew L. Snook

10:55-11:45 p.m. Concurrent Breakouts Choose One Per Time Slot Breakout 19

Partner | Mercer Human Resource Consulting Tampa Review all relevant historical and prospective aspects of PPACA and discuss how these provisions have and will continue to impact employers, from cost and workforcemanagement perspectives.

10-10:50 a.m.

Principal | CliftonLarsonAllen LLP Minneapolis, Minn. On March 1, 2013, the AICPA issued the first comprehensive revision of this guide since 1996. Bring your knowledge up to date on the highlights, including items such as program investments, gifts-in-kind accounting and challenges with fair value, exchange transactions and audit-risk alerts.

Concurrent Breakouts Choose One Per Time Slot Breakout 20

Breakout 16

Private Equity Acquiring Physician Practices; Significant Accounting and Transaction Issues (1 AA) Brian Kerby, CPA

Betty Viamontes, CPA, MBA, CHFP Corporate Controller | Tampa General Hospital Tampa Join our discussion of the current state and pressures associated with the rapidly evolving health care environment. This session will explain the role of salaries and benefits in driving health care cost; the role of leadership in shaping the future of health care; and key strategies to reduce salaries and benefits.

Ron Ralph, CPA Healthcare Partner | Crowe Horwath LLP | Chicago Join us to learn about the accounting and transaction issues that need to be taken into consideration when physician practices are purchased by private equity groups. This session also will cover common due diligence considerations that are important to ensure a successful transaction.

Breakout 21 Changing Role of the CFO Under Health Care Reform (1 TB) J.L “Larry” Tyler, FACHE, FHFMA, FAAHC, CMPE

Sharon Williams Director | Navigant Consulting Inc. | Chicago, Ill. Many providers have developed commercial and Medicare ACOs as a strategic response to health care and market reform. These ACOs have generated mixed results, driving providers to pursue solutions to enhance performance and capture available market opportunities. We’ll outline the next generation of ACO strategies to drive performance in an era of increased accountability.

Balancing Transparency and Revenue Performance with a Rational Pricing Strategy (1 TB) Jim Sink Healthcare Principal | Miami The speaker will cover mutually-exclusive; marketfocused; net revenue/payor-focused; and cost/formulary-based pricing strategies. We will address tools and techniques to establish national priorities and modeling techniques to project financial outcomes.

Next Generation Commercial and Medicare ACOs (1 TB) Dennis Butts Director | Navigant Consulting Inc. | Chicago, Ill. and

Chairman and CEO | Tyler and Company | Atlanta How is the role of the CFO changing under health care reform? Discuss the evolving skill sets needed to succeed in this dynamic new environment.

Breakout 18

Strategies for Reducing Payroll and Benefit Cost (1 TB) Michael Von Behren, EA, MAAA Principal | Mercer | Tampa and

Healthcare Director | Crowe Horwath LLP | Chicago and

Breakout 17

Not-for-Profit Audit Guide Update (1 AA) Cathy J. Clarke, CPA

11:45-1 p.m.

Lunch Presentation: Identity Theft: The Inside Threat (1 TB) Andrew Laflin, CPA Manager | CliftonLarsonAllen LLP | Tampa and

Patrick Laflin Special Agent | FBI (retired) | Tampa Explore how employees are using their occupation for personal enrichment through the deliberate misuse or misapplication of their organization’s resources or assets. We’ll review examples of common misappropriation schemes perpetrated by employees and further address the unprecedented theft of U.S. trade secrets, intellectual property and proprietary information by foreign collectors and trusted insiders.

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Friday continued 1-1:50 p.m.

Breakout 22

Concurrent Breakouts Choose One Per Time Slot Accounting for the Federal Budget: The Future on Health Care Dollars (1 AA) Dan O’Keefe, CPA, CFE, MBA Shareholder | Moore Stephens Lovelace, PA Winter Park Attend this session to take a look into the federal financial accounting, overview the finances of the country and gain insight into the future of federal health care spending.

Breakout 23

Current Update on Clinical Integration (1 TB) Curtis H. Bernstein, CPA/ABV, ASA, CVA, MBA

Conference Info 2013-2014 Health Care Industry Conference Committee Stephanie G. Boyle, Chair Al Allred George C. Batalis Curtis H. Bernstein Penelope Boyd-Gear Robert E. Burke Douglas L. Cooper Richard M. Dotson Charles Felix Scott A. Fisher

Mark Tourin, Sponsor Chair

Eric S. Friedfeld Mark S. Fromberg Russell J. Goolsby Kim Y. Griffin-Hunter Dawn M. Hannon Kathleen A. Hargreaves Gregory M. Hathorne Carlos G. Hernandez Eileen Kilday Troy Kimbrough

Charity M. McClure Joseph L Miller Francisco V. Punal Brian T. Regan Alexei Solomon Oon SooUng Beatriz. D. Viamontes Ryan J. Weber Diane Williams

Conference Site and Accommodations

Altegra Health, Inc | Los Angeles and

Alex Kajan, CFA Manager, Valuation Services | Altegra Health, Inc New Smyna Beach Employing physicians, executing clinical comanagement agreements, developing clinicallyintegrated networks and forming accountable-care organizations all are methods systems that physicians and payors are using to deal with changes to reimbursement under PPACA. Attend this session to explore these relationships and how these parties are using them to affiliate.

Breakout 24

Achievers — Align, Engage, Recognize (1 TB) Kristian Gaetano Customer Success Manager | Achievers and

Bettina M. Straight Employee Engagement & Communications Consultant LifeBridge Health, Human Resources Achievers, creators of the Employee Success™ software platform, will cover how to drive employee engagement through recognition 2.0 methodologies, align employees to core values, address challenges within health care, increase retention and reduce program costs. We also will analyze current trends, best practices and modern engagement strategy.

2:05-3:45 p.m. Accounting and Auditing Update (2 AA) Lynda Dennis, CPA, CGFO Professor | University of Central Florida School of Accounting | Orlando Learn the latest updates on industry-related topics in accounting and auditing and their impact on health care entities and auditors.

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