Webinar Recording: Lessons Learned From FTC Investigations and the Challenges Of Healthcare Provider Transactions

Events / February 26, 2014

BakerHostetler antitrust attorneys recently held a webinar to take an in-depth look at FTC investigations into hospital and physician transactions.

Topics included:
  • Insights from a former FTC Commissioner involved in nearly 30 healthcare enforcement actions while at the Commission
  • Latest statistics on FTC investigations of, and challenges to, hospital transactions
  • Factors that may trigger an investigation by the FTC
  • What may bring about a direct challenge from the FTC
  • Steps and strategies healthcare providers can employ when contemplating a transaction to minimize the likelihood of an FTC investigation or challenge
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