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Clay Countryman and Emily Black Grey to present at Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association Annual Conference

Clay J. Countryman and Emily Black Grey from the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. will be speaking at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association's 2017 Annual Conference. Clay will presenting "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers," and Emily will join Jennifer Haines, R.N. of the Louisiana Department of Health in presenting "Everything You Wanted to Know About State Liscensing But Were Afraid To Ask." The event will be held on January 20, 2017 at the West Baton Rouge Conference Center in Port Allen, Louisiana. For more information or to register, click here. 

About Clay J. Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About Emily Black Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers.

About LASCA: 
Formed in 2001, LASCA is a state association for Ambulatory Surgery Centers. There are more than seventy licensed ASC's in Louisiana. LASCA is united in its mission to protect, expand and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve patients and to continue to provide physicians with highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice. 
 

Clay Countryman and Emily Black Grey to present at Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association Annual Conference

Clay J. Countryman and Emily Black Grey from the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. will be speaking at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association's 2017 Annual Conference. Clay will presenting "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers," and Emily will join Jennifer Haines, R.N. of the Louisiana Department of Health in presenting "Everything You Wanted to Know About State Liscensing But Were Afraid To Ask." The event will be held on January 20, 2017 at the West Baton Rouge Conference Center in Port Allen, Louisiana. For more information or to register, click here. 

About Clay J. Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About Emily Black Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers.

About LASCA: 
Formed in 2001, LASCA is a state association for Ambulatory Surgery Centers. There are more than seventy licensed ASC's in Louisiana. LASCA is united in its mission to protect, expand and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve patients and to continue to provide physicians with highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice. 
 

Clay Countryman and Emily Black Grey to present at Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association Annual Conference

Clay J. Countryman and Emily Black Grey from the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. will be speaking at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association's 2017 Annual Conference. Clay will presenting "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers," and Emily will join Jennifer Haines, R.N. of the Louisiana Department of Health in presenting "Everything You Wanted to Know About State Liscensing But Were Afraid To Ask." The event will be held on January 20, 2017 at the West Baton Rouge Conference Center in Port Allen, Louisiana. For more information or to register, click here. 

About Clay J. Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About Emily Black Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers.

About LASCA: 
Formed in 2001, LASCA is a state association for Ambulatory Surgery Centers. There are more than seventy licensed ASC's in Louisiana. LASCA is united in its mission to protect, expand and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve patients and to continue to provide physicians with highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice. 
 

Clay Countryman and Emily Black Grey to present at Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association Annual Conference

Clay J. Countryman and Emily Black Grey from the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. will be speaking at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association's 2017 Annual Conference. Clay will presenting "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers," and Emily will join Jennifer Haines, R.N. of the Louisiana Department of Health in presenting "Everything You Wanted to Know About State Liscensing But Were Afraid To Ask." The event will be held on January 20, 2017 at the West Baton Rouge Conference Center in Port Allen, Louisiana. For more information or to register, click here. 

About Clay J. Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About Emily Black Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers.

About LASCA: 
Formed in 2001, LASCA is a state association for Ambulatory Surgery Centers. There are more than seventy licensed ASC's in Louisiana. LASCA is united in its mission to protect, expand and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve patients and to continue to provide physicians with highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice. 
 

Clay Countryman and Emily Black Grey to present at Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association Annual Conference

Clay J. Countryman and Emily Black Grey from the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. will be speaking at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association's 2017 Annual Conference. Clay will presenting "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers," and Emily will join Jennifer Haines, R.N. of the Louisiana Department of Health in presenting "Everything You Wanted to Know About State Liscensing But Were Afraid To Ask." The event will be held on January 20, 2017 at the West Baton Rouge Conference Center in Port Allen, Louisiana. For more information or to register, click here. 

About Clay J. Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About Emily Black Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers.

About LASCA: 
Formed in 2001, LASCA is a state association for Ambulatory Surgery Centers. There are more than seventy licensed ASC's in Louisiana. LASCA is united in its mission to protect, expand and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve patients and to continue to provide physicians with highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice. 
 

Clay Countryman and Emily Black Grey to present at Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association Annual Conference

Clay J. Countryman and Emily Black Grey from the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. will be speaking at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association's 2017 Annual Conference. Clay will presenting "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers," and Emily will join Jennifer Haines, R.N. of the Louisiana Department of Health in presenting "Everything You Wanted to Know About State Liscensing But Were Afraid To Ask." The event will be held on January 20, 2017 at the West Baton Rouge Conference Center in Port Allen, Louisiana. For more information or to register, click here. 

About Clay J. Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman focuses his practice on healthcare business and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on matters related to fraud and abuse laws including the Stark Law, Federal Anti-kickback statute, and Medicare coverage and reimbursement.

About Emily Black Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers.

About LASCA: 
Formed in 2001, LASCA is a state association for Ambulatory Surgery Centers. There are more than seventy licensed ASC's in Louisiana. LASCA is united in its mission to protect, expand and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve patients and to continue to provide physicians with highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice. 
 

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