Note Regarding Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits
Sessions marked below with an asterisk (*) will be eligible for CLE credits. Participants in the sessions on Monday may be awarded up to 2.5 CLE credits. Participants in the sessions on Tuesday March 27 may be eligible for .5 CLE credits.
Monday - March 26
||Registration and Breakfast
Patrick E. Hobbs, Dean, Seton Hall Law School
Sister Melanie DiPietro, S.C., Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence, and Director, Center for Religiously Affiliated Nonprofit Corporations, Seton Hall Law School
IDENTIFYING ESSENTIAL PRINCIPLES OF CATHOLIC HEALTH CARE
T. Dean Maines, President, Veritas Institute of the Opus College of Business, University of St. Thomas
Michael J. Naughton, Director, John A Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought and Alan W Moss Endowed Chair in Catholic Social Thought, University of St. Thomas
|EXAMPLES OF FOR-PROFIT HEALTH CARE MODELS
Moderated by Sister Melanie DiPietro, S.C.
Leo P. Brideau, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ascension Health Care Network
Keith B. Pitts, Vice Chairman, Vanguard Health Systems
David T. Vandewater, President, Chief Executive Officer, Ardent Health Services
|FOR-PROFIT VS. NONPROFIT: DOES CORPORATE FORM MATTER?
Thomas (Tim) Greaney, Chester A. Myers Professor of Law and Co-Director, Center for Health Law Studies, St. Louis University School of Law
FOR-PROFIT VS. NONPROFIT: DOES CORPORATE FORM MATTER? (continued)
Angela Carmella, John Courtney Murray Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School
|CAN A FOR-PROFIT BE VALUE-BASED? THE J&J CREDO*
Vernon R. Byrd, Jr., Executive Director, Center for Legal and Credo Awareness, Johnson & Johnson
|FOR-PROFIT VS. NONPROFIT: DOES CORPORATE FORM MATTER? (continued)
Financial Operations and Performance
Arnold T. Stenberg, Jr., Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, All Children’s Hospital & Health System
|Rating Agency Metrics for For-Profit and Nonprofit Health Care Corporations
Adam Kates, Director, Fitch Ratings
James LeBuhn, Senior Director, Fitch Ratings
Megan Neuburger, Senior Director, Fitch Ratings
Tuesday - March 27
RELATING THE CATHOLIC TRADITION OF HEALTH CARE TO LEGAL AND FINANCIAL STRUCTURES
Panel Presentations, moderated by Kathleen M. Boozang
Health Care: Public Good or Private Good?*
John V. Jacobi, Dorothea Dix Professor of Health Law & Policy and Faculty Director, Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy, Seton Hall Law School
Ministry and Catholic Identity: Are They the Same?
Sister Doris Gottemoeller, R.S.M., Senior Vice President, Mission and Values Integration, Catholic Health Partners
Sister Melanie Di Pietro, S.C.
|Animating a Catholic Health Care System, Managerial Organizations and Communion with the Church
Robert G. Kennedy, Co-Director, Catholic Studies, Terrence J. Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law and Public Policy, University of St. Thomas
T. Dean Maines
||Facilitated Lunch Discussion