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2020 Election Results and the Impact on Physicians

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The results of the 2020 election have significant implications for the healthcare industry and physician practices. On December 8, CAP and Holland and Knight’s Public Policy and Regulation group will present a one-hour seminar with policy and legislative experts Robert H. Bradner and Miranda A. Franco to discuss the impact of the election outcome on healthcare, as well as provide some insights into what to expect of the new administration. In addition, our panelists will share their thoughts and best practices on how to engage with the administration and next Congress to effectively influence the future of healthcare policy.

The discussion will be followed by audience Q&A. CAP members are invited to submit their questions in advance at All registrants will receive the recording and slides once they are available. Register now to access these materials automatically after the live webinar.


  • Robert H. Bradner, Partner, Holland & Knight

    Robert H. Bradner is an attorney in Holland & Knight's Federal Practice. With more than 30 years of experience working in the legislative and regulatory arena, Mr. Bradner provides counseling, strategy development, drafting, and advocacy services on a range of complex and difficult federal matters. He works through Congress, the Administration, and the regulatory process to shape developments in areas such as Medicare reimbursement, Medicaid, the regulation of healthcare providers, health insurance markets, biomedical research, and public health programs. He also works on initiatives related to the Veterans Health Administration and U.S. Department of Defense health programs.

  • Miranda A. Franco, Senior Policy Advisor, Holland & Knight

    Miranda A. Franco is a senior policy advisor in Holland & Knight's Washington, D.C., office and is a member of the firm's Public Policy & Regulation Group. Ms. Franco has extensive knowledge of Medicare's physician and hospital reimbursement process, Medicare's quality improvement initiatives, advancements in health information technology, Accountable Care Organizations and innovative payment models, health system reform initiatives, public health preparedness programs, Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) implementation, and other healthcare-related issues.

December 8, 2020
Tue 12:00 PM PST

Duration 1H 0M

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