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                   ANNUAL FALL
               EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE
                            TOPICS INCLUDE:

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: DR. STEPHEN HESTER, ACCOUNTABLE CARE ORGANIZATION
                         PILOT PROJECT

                      THE JOURNEY TO A NEW NORMAL

            PEELING BACK THE ONION ON INVESTMENT EXPENSES

    EMERGING TRENDS: PROVIDER BASED CLINICS (FOR PPS AND CRITICAL
                        ACCESS HOSPITALS)

      CFO ROUNDTABLE: WHAT KEEPS THESE CFOS AWAKE AT NIGHT?

                      ACCOUNTING & AUDITING UPDATE

           PROJECT MANAGEMENT: KEY TO ICD-10/5010 SUCCESS

                       DENIAL PREVENTION STRATEGY

            EVOLVING CAPITAL FINANCE OPTIONS FOR HOSPITALS

     EFFICIENTLY MANAGING YOUR RETIREMENT PLANS – 403B REGULATION
            CHANGES AND DEFINED BENEFIT FINANCIAL CHALLENGES

                    ETHICS – IT’S A MATTER OF INTEGRITY




     FALL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE                  OCTOBER 14–15, 2010

           Earn 12 CPE credits at Embassy Suites Lexington, Kentucky


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 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2010

 7:30 – 8:15       REGISTRATION

 8:15 – 8:30       WELCOME, OPENING REMARKS – ANDY STRAUSBAUGH, PRESIDENT

 8:30 – 9:30       GENERAL SESSION: ACCOUNTABLE CARE ORGANIZATION PILOT
                   PROJECT

                   Keynote Speaker: Dr. Stephen T. Hester, Senior Vice President and
                   Chief Medical Officer – Norton Healthcare

                   The accountable care organization has emerged as a promising
                   component of health care reform.             The ultimate goal of the
                   accountable care organization is to achieve system delivery reform
                   based on the development of a true community health system that
                   both improves the health of the population it serves and manages
                   medical costs at a population level. Dr. Hester will discuss the
                   progress of Norton Healthcare’s participation in the accountable care
                   organization pilot project, as well as insight on lessons learned.

                   Dr. Steven T. Hester was promoted to senior vice president & chief
                   medical officer in September 2008 after serving as vice president,
                   Medical Affairs, since December 2006. He joined Norton Healthcare in
                   January 2005 as chief medical information officer. Prior to that Dr.
                   Hester practiced Emergency Medicine full time, serving as regional
                   medical director for Kentuckiana Emergency Physicians, with more
                   than 110,000 patient visits per year. During his tenure there he
                   worked to improve quality and volume with significant success, while
                   redefining multiple processes within the organization. He has served
                   Norton Healthcare in multiple medical staff positions, including
                   president of the medical staff for a Norton Healthcare facility and
                   representative on the System Medical Executive Committee. Dr.
                   Hester holds bachelors and medical degrees from the University of
                   Louisville and is board certified by both the American Board of Internal
                   Medicine and the American Board of Pediatrics. He holds a Master of
                   Business Administration degree from Bellarmine University.

 9:30 – 10:30      GENERAL SESSION: THE JOURNEY TO A NEW NORMAL

                   Speaker: Sean Dieterle, Senior Vice President and Senior PIMCO
                   Portfolio Specialist – Allianz Global Investors Distributors LLC

                   We are living through a remarkable time of change for the global
                   economy and markets; when looking out over the next three to five
                   years, the global economy has embarked on a bumpy journey to a
                   New Normal. Through a series of transitions, collisions, and trade-
                   offs (the journey), we are heading to a world that is re-regulated, de-
                   levered, and growing less rapidly in the industrial countries (the
                   destination). It is a world in which concerns about the dark side of




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           globalization tempers enthusiasm for its net benefits, and in which
           politics matter a lot for markets and the economy.

           The drama playing out in Europe these days is another vivid
           illustration of this general secular characterization. There are many
           others, including the generalized and simultaneous nature of the debt
           explosion in industrial countries, the application and content of
           regulatory initiatives across the globe, the headwinds to job creation in
           some industrial countries, the extent of political polarization and anti-
           incumbency in many countries around the world and the further shift
           of growth and wealth dynamics to emerging economies. A regime
           shift is occurring at a time when the global economy as a whole (and
           industrial countries in particular) is operating with reduced tolerance
           for policy errors, political accommodation, and market accidents.
           There is also a sense of an unplanned convergence among important
           parts of the globe – east and west, north and south – to a new model
           of ―state capitalism‖ that is being formulated on the fly.

           For investors, this translates into a changing configuration of risks and
           returns –a world with a flatter distribution of potential outcomes, fatter
           tails, and a baseline that is subject to the unsettling dynamics of
           multiple equilibriums. The world is on a journey to an unstable
           destination, through unfamiliar territory, on an uneven road and,
           critically, having already used its spare tire(s).

           Sean Dieterle is a Senior Vice President and Senior PIMCO Portfolio
           Specialist for Allianz Global Investors Distributors LLC. Mr. Dieterle is
           a primary liaison between the distribution team for Allianz Global
           Investors and the portfolio management team for PIMCO—one of the
           world’s leading investment managers and an affiliate of Allianz Global
           Investors. Mr. Dieterle focuses primarily on core and credit-related
           bond strategies. He provides financial professionals and their clients
           with frequent updates on overall market performance, economic
           trends and PIMCO’s outlook. Mr. Dieterle has extensive experience
           working with both individual and institutional investors, helping them
           understand PIMCO’s investment philosophy and process. He has
           been invited to speak at numerous investment industry conferences
           and radio programs, and is frequently the keynote speaker at client
           seminars.

           Prior to joining Allianz Global Investors in 2008, Mr. Dieterle was a
           portfolio specialist covering fixed-income strategies managed by
           Western Asset Management (a unit of Legg Mason), focusing on core
           and core-plus broad market mandates. His 16 years of experience in
           the financial services industry include positions at Morgan Stanley
           Investment Management, and as a manager for American Express
           Private Bank’s Portfolio Strategy Group that focused on Europe- and
           Asia-based institutional clients. He has a BA from Rutgers University
           and an MBA from Pace University.




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 10:30 – 11:00   MORNING BREAK

 11:00 – 12:00   MORNING BREAKOUT SESSION

                 SESSION A: PEELING BACK THE ONION ON INVESTMENT EXPENSES

                 Speaker: Donald C. Lucci, Director – Investments and Institutional
                 Consulting Director – The Charleston Group of Graystone Consulting,
                 John E. Dawson, II, Senior Vice President – Investments and
                 Institutional Consulting Director – The Charleston Group of Graystone
                 Consulting, and Matt Kuerzi – Financial Advisor, Morgan Stanley
                 Smith Barney, LLC

                 Just as there are many ways to invest your funds, there are also many
                 ways to pay for those investment services. Comparing investment
                 expenses can be a perplexing task for even the most sophisticated
                 investor. To make matters even more complicated, some investment
                 options may offer more than one type of payment arrangement.

                 This session will ―peel back the onion‖ on investment-related
                 expenses. It will help you evaluate the cost of professional investment
                 management and evaluate the different types of investment
                 structures.

                 Don Lucci joined Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and its predecessor
                 firms in 1984. Since 1985 he has been a member of the firm’s
                 Director’s Council, the top 5% of Financial Advisors within the firm. In
                 2006, Don was named as an Inaugural member of Citi Institutional
                 Consulting (CIC), a new business unit that was comprised of the top
                 28 consulting teams. Following the joint venture with Morgan Stanley,
                 CIC was rebranded as Graystone Consulting. They provide
                 investment consulting services to pension plan sponsors, health care
                 organizations, foundations, and other institutional investors. Don
                 achieved the title of Director of Investments in 2007. He is the
                 managing partner and one of the four founding partners that formed
                 The Charleston Group of Graystone Consulting which consults on
                 over $1.7 billion in assets as of September 2010.

                 Don is also a Certified Investment Management Analyst SM (CIMA®).
                 The designation is offered through the Investment Management
                 Consultants AssociationSM, which is developed by the IMCASM staff
                 and the faculty of the Wharton Business School. He has also earned
                 the Accredited Investment Fiduciary® (or AIF®) professional
                 designation, awarded by the Center for Fiduciary Studies, which is
                 associated with the University of Pittsburgh. He has received formal
                 training in investment fiduciary responsibility.

                 Don received his Bachelor of Science degree from West Virginia
                 University in 1979 with a major in Accounting. He previously worked
                 as a Certified Public Accountant for five years before he joined
                 Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and Graystone Consulting.




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       John Dawson joined Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and its
       predecessors as a Financial Advisor in March of 1995. He has
       achieved the designations of Senior Investment Management
       Specialist in 1998 and First Vice President of Investments in 2007. In
       2007, John also earned placement in the firm’s Presidents Council
       representing the top quintile of the Financial Advisors within the firm.
       John is one of the four founding partners that formed The Charleston
       Group of Graystone Consulting.

       In 2008, John attained the Institutional Consulting Director designation
       in recognition of his ability to help institutional investors monitor and
       manage their responsibilities in today’s complicated investment
       environment. John has also earned the Accredited Investment
       Fiduciary® (or AIF®) professional designation, awarded by the Center
       for Fiduciary Studies, which is associated with the University of
       Pittsburgh.

       John received his Bachelor of Science degree from The University of
       Charleston in 1994.

       After working in the financial services industry as a college student,
       Matt Keurzi started full-time in the business after graduating from the
       University of Kentucky with a B.B.A. in Finance. At Morgan Stanley
       Smith Barney and its predecessors since 2002, he plays an active
       role in developing new client relationships while also managing
       investment portfolios for existing institutional and individual clients.

       SESSION B: EMERGING TRENDS: PROVIDER BASED CLINICS (FOR PPS
       AND CRITICAL ACCESS HOSPITALS)

       Speakers: Rod Hardy, Member – Arnett & Foster, PLLC and Chad
       Hovis, Senior Manager – Arnett & Foster, PLLC

       This session will discuss the following issues related to Provider
       Based Clinics:

              What is Provider-based billing?
              Describe the regulatory requirements for obtaining provider-
               based status
              Explain the Medicare reimbursement benefits to be obtained
               from billing hospital-owned physician offices as provider-based
               clinics
              Describe the KY Medicaid handling of provider-based clinics
              Briefly define Method II billing opportunities for Critical Access
               Hospitals




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                Rod Hardy is a Certified Public Accountant with approximately twenty-
                seven years of healthcare finance experience.           His experience
                encompasses audit work, Medicare and Medicaid cost report
                preparation as well as consulting services to hospitals on a variety of
                reimbursement issues such as graduate medical education,
                disproportionate share and provider-based clinic projects. He has
                been providing consulting services to large tertiary teaching hospitals,
                community-based hospitals (including critical access hospitals) for
                approximately ten years. Rod is a member of the Healthcare
                Financial Management Association and the American Institute of
                Certified Public Accountants. He graduated from Marshall University.

                Chad Hovis is a Certified Public Accountant with approximately
                thirteen years of healthcare consulting experience. His experience
                encompasses audit work, Medicare and Medicaid cost report
                preparation as well as consulting services to hospitals on a variety of
                revenue enhancement topics such as revenue cycle diagnostic
                evaluations, Transfer DRG and Charge master revision. He has been
                providing consulting services to large tertiary hospitals, community-
                based hospitals (including critical access hospitals) for approximately
                ten years.     Chad is a member of the Healthcare Financial
                Management Association and the American Institute of Certified
                Public Accountants. He graduated from Marshall University.

 12:00 – 1:15   LUNCH

 1:15 – 2:30    AFTERNOON GENERAL SESSION 1: CFO ROUNDTABLE – WHAT KEEPS
                THESE CFOS AWAKE AT NIGHT?

                Speakers: Garren Colvin, CFO - St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Sonny
                Jones, Vice President, Finance and CFO - St. Claire Regional Medical
                Center, and Ron Sowell, Executive Vice President and CFO -
                Commonwealth Health Corporation

                During this session, the CFO panel will share their thoughts about
                current issues impacting their organizations.

                Garren Colvin has served as St. Elizabeth Healthcare’s Senior Vice
                President and Chief Financial Officer since 2002 and aided in the
                completion of the merger between St. Elizabeth Medical Center and
                St. Luke Hospitals. Garren joined St. Elizabeth 25 years ago as a co-
                op student. He was also an adviser in the merger of the Patient First
                and Summit Medical groups to form St. Elizabeth Physicians. St.
                Elizabeth Healthcare operates six hospitals in Northern Kentucky,
                along with a physician organization.

                G. R. (Sonny) Jones has served as Vice President, Finance and Chief
                Financial Officer since 2001 for St. Claire Regional Medical Center, a
                not-for-profit regional healthcare system. St. Claire Regional, located
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                Hospital licensed for 159 beds and provides acute care, transitional
                care, inpatient rehabilitation, and mental health services. Prior to
                returning to Kentucky and joining St. Claire Regional Medical Center
                in 2001, Mr. Jones resided in Seattle, Washington and in the Pacific
                Northwest and served in finance and executive positions in public
                accounting, banking, and manufacturing and importing for the
                specialty retail market. He is a graduate of Morehead State University
                with a bachelors degree in business administration, a certified public
                accountant, and a native of Morehead, Kentucky.

                Ron Sowell has enjoyed a very rewarding career in health care
                administration for over thirty years. He currently serves as Executive
                Vice President and CFO of Commonwealth Health Corporation where
                he has been employed since 1985. CHC is a four-hospital regional
                system with numerous clinical and non-clinical operations with nearly
                2800 employees in South Central Kentucky. He is a native of Bowling
                Green, and he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major
                in Government and Economics from Western Kentucky University in
                1977. Ron holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the
                University of Kentucky and is a Fellow in the American College of
                Healthcare Executives and a member of the Healthcare Financial
                Management Association.

  2:30 – 3:30   AFTERNOON BREAKOUT SESSION 1

                SESSION A: ACCOUNTING & AUDITING UPDATE

                Speakers: John Hill, Partner – Mountjoy Chilton Medley LLP, and
                Kourtney Nett, Senior Manager – Mountjoy Chilton Medley LLP

                This session will discuss several pieces of healthcare guidance
                currently under consideration by the FASB Emerging Issues Task
                Force, including revenue recognition and accounting for charity care.

                John Hill, a partner with Mountjoy Chilton Medley, has over 20 years
                of accounting and auditing experience. He currently serves on the
                Baker Tilly International network Auditing and Accounting Technical
                Issues sub-committee. In addition to financial statement audits, John
                has extensive experience with public debt filings and refinancing,
                interest rate swaps and A-133 audits. Prior to joining Mountjoy
                Chilton Medley in 2008, John was a member of the healthcare
                practice of Ernst & Young for 18 years. John is a graduate of Rhodes
                College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business and
                Computer Science. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.

                Kourtney Nett, a senior manager with Mountjoy Chilton Medley, has
                over ten years of accounting and auditing experience, specializing in
                service to healthcare and non-for-profit organizations. She has
                managed and participated in numerous audits of healthcare facilities,
                ranging in size from stand-alone facilities to large health systems.
                Kourtney joined Mountjoy Chilton Medley in 2008 after working at




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               Ernst & Young for more than eight years. Kourtney has also manages
               several internal audit outsourcing projects for the firm. Kourtney holds
               a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Economics and a Masters of
               Business Administration from Bellarmine University. She is a Certified
               Public Accountant and is also certified in Health Care Compliance.

               SESSION B: PROJECT MANAGEMENT: KEY TO ICD-10/5010 SUCCESS

               Speaker: Janice Redden, Division Director of Revenue Integrity –
               Norton Healthcare

               The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has
               mandated that ICD-10 codes be used for medical diagnosis and
               inpatient procedures on all claims for services provided on or after
               October 1, 2013. Additionally, in support of ICD-10, conversion of
               electronic healthcare transactions to Version 5010 is slated to be
               completed by December 31, 2011. This session will discuss how
               proper project management can lead to success during these
               implementations.

               Janice Redden has more than 25 years of experience in the
               healthcare industry. Her areas of past experience include hospital,
               physician practice and skilled nursing. She is currently the System
               Director of Revenue Integrity for Norton Healthcare. In this role she
               has responsibility for Coding, Chargemaster and Auditing.

 3:30 – 3:45   AFTERNOON BREAK

 3:45 – 4:30   AFTERNOON GENERAL SESSION 2: DENIAL PREVENTION STRATEGY

               Speakers: Scott Armstrong, VP of Revenue Cycle Services, Ingenix
               Consulting, and Eileen Littel, Senior Director and Six Sigma Black
               Belt, Ingenix Consulting

               This session will focus on communicating the necessary elements for
               your organization to move from a philosophy of denial management to
               one of denial prevention. It will detail a proven strategy and
               methodology that has yielded results of 25 - 40 percent
               improvement in clean claim rates in over 100 provider and 10,000
               physician organizations. By focusing on the determination of root
               cause errors within both the payer and provider organizations then
               applying sound process improvement techniques in a cooperative
               manner, your organization can experience a dramatic improvement in
               your clean claim rate and thus a substantial reduction in your
               denials. You will learn the key data elements and behind the scenes
               mapping techniques that are required in order for you to bring the
               payers to the table and be willing to engage with you on reducing
               claim rejections.




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               Scott Armstrong is a Vice President in the Healthcare Solutions
               Division practice of Ingenix Consulting. Scott has more than 23 years
               of experience in the Healthcare industry. He has consulted in
               hundreds of health care provider organizations and has experience in
               process improvement, transformational change management,
               implementation consulting, and service line solution development. He
               has advised clients in multiple health care industry segments,
               including academic medical centers, integrated delivery networks, and
               community hospitals.

               Currently, Scott is responsible for directing Ingenix Consulting’s
               resources in the planning and delivery of professional services for
               revenue cycle solutions, focusing on delivering tangible operational
               and financial performance improvement. He also delivers professional
               services in IT strategic planning, governance, needs assessment,
               implementation planning and risk management, integration and post-
               implementation optimizations. He facilitates sustainable revenue cycle
               improvement for complex provider organizations through assessment,
               planning and implementation of process and technology solutions that
               optimize, measure, and monitor performance.

               Eileen Littel is a Consultant in the Health Care Solutions Delivery
               practice of Ingenix Consulting. Her experience is in delivering data
               driven business solutions to clients that improve quality, reduce costs
               and simplify administration. She currently works with some of the
               nation’s top hospitals and healthcare systems to reduce defects in
               revenue cycle claims payments within payer and provider markets.
               This Six Sigma based methodology has yielded results of 25 to 40
               percent improvement in clean claim rates in over 100 provider and
               10,000 physician organizations.

               Eileen holds a master’s of science degree in systems management
               from the University of Southern California and a bachelor’s of science
               in international economics and politics from Georgetown University.
               She is Lean Six Sigma Black Belt qualified and has received the
               Leadership Awards at Johnson & Johnson and Fidelity Investments
               for excellence in project execution.

 4:30 – 5:00   KHA LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

 5:00 – 6:00   REFRESHMENTS AND APPETIZERS

 7:15 - ???    COMEDY CLUB SOCIAL




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 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2010

 7:30 – 8:30        REGISTRATION

 8:30 – 9:45        WELCOME, OPENING REMARKS
                    MORNING BREAKOUT SESSION

                    BREAKOUT SESSION: EVOLVING CAPITAL FINANCE OPTIONS FOR
                    HOSPITALS

                    Speaker: Stephen W. Kennedy, Jr., Senior Vice President – Lancaster
                    Pollard

                    This session will illustrate how changes in the interest rate
                    environment and stimulus-related legislation are altering the funding
                    options available to hospitals. First, the session will review recent
                    movements in long-term fixed interest rates and healthcare spreads,
                    and explain how those changes have impacted hospital bond
                    execution for investment and non-investment grade borrowers.
                    Second, the session will illustrate how agency funding has evolved
                    over the last year, including an update on what hospitals should
                    expect from FHA and USDA in 2011 in terms of mortgage insurance,
                    guarantees, and direct monies. Third, the session will review several
                    stimulus-related funding options that are currently set to expire at the
                    end of 2010. This presentation aims to be a valuable overview of the
                    healthcare capital markets with the intention of providing hospital
                    leadership an understanding of the current finance landscape and
                    how to appropriately position a project for financing in this economic
                    climate.

                    Steven W. Kennedy, Jr., is Lancaster Pollard’s lead investment
                    banker in Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. Lancaster Pollard is a
                    national investment banking and financial services firm that
                    specializes in providing capital funding to the health care sector. In
                    addition to underwriting tax-exempt bond offerings, Lancaster Pollard
                    provides organizations a complete range of funding options through
                    its Fannie Mae/FHA/GNMA/USDA-approved mortgage lender
                    subsidiary. Since joining Lancaster Pollard in 2001, Mr. Kennedy has
                    been instrumental in bringing to market a variety of financing
                    structures totaling near $1 billion. He was named the firm’s Top
                    Health Care Banker in recent years, and in 2008, he structured and
                    closed the nation’s first tax-exempt, non-housing bond backed by the
                    Federal Home Loan Bank.

                    Mr. Kennedy earned his MBA from the Fisher College of Business at
                    The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. He received bachelor
                    degrees (magna cum laude) in economics and political science and a
                    certificate in organizational studies from Denison University in
                    Granville, Ohio. He holds General Securities Representative (Series
                    7) and General Securities Principal (Series 24) licenses, and is a
                    frequent speaker on capital funding for health care providers.




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                 SESSION B: EFFICIENTLY MANAGING YOUR RETIREMENT PLANS – 403B
                 REGULATION CHANGES AND DEFINED BENEFIT FINANCIAL CHALLENGES

                 Speaker: Richard Hood, Vice President Sales, Retirement Services –
                 Principal Financial Group

                 This session will cover the regulation changes which are now affecting
                 403b plan sponsors and provide detailed ways to efficiently run a plan
                 in the new ERISA based environment. The session will also touch on
                 the financial and actuarial issues currently facing organizations with
                 defined benefit plans while providing best practices for relieving some
                 of these stress points.

                 Richard Hood is a Vice President for Principal Financial Group, an
                 industry leader in healthcare retirement solutions. He has been in the
                 retirement business for the last 11 years and is a Chartered
                 Retirement Plan Specialist. He has spent the last eight years working
                 with organizations across the state of Kentucky.

 9:45 – 10:00    MORNING BREAK

 10:00 – 12:00   GENERAL SESSION: ETHICS – IT’S A MATTER OF INTEGRITY

                 Speaker: Robert C. Webb, Member– Frost Brown Todd LLC

                 The ethics environment in which finance professionals operate is
                 complex.     The tough economic environment is forcing finance
                 professionals to make difficult judgments that could put their license at
                 risk. This session will discuss how to handle difficult ethical dilemmas
                 while protecting yourself and your colleagues.

                 Robert C. Webb is a Member of Frost Brown Todd LLC. He has
                 established a reputation as an authoritative litigator in civil and
                 criminal tax litigation matters, white-collar crime defense, and
                 business litigation. Over the past twenty years, Mr. Webb has
                 resolved thousands of civil and criminal tax matters at the federal,
                 state and local level. Mr. Webb worked at the Department of Justice
                 Tax Division in Washington, D.C. while pursuing his Masters of Law
                 (LL.M.) in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center. Mr.
                 Webb has also taught federal taxation of entities at Bellarmine
                 University, authored Criminal Tax Practice Monograph for the
                 University of Kentucky College of Law and speaks annually at the
                 American Bar Association Criminal Tax Institute.

                 Mr. Webb is chairman of the firm’s white collar group and tax
                 controversy and litigation practice group. He has led the defense of
                 federal and state criminal offenses at the investigatory, grand jury,
                 and trial levels in such areas as criminal tax fraud, mail and wire




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           fraud, criminal and civil RICO, healthcare fraud, criminal antitrust,
           money laundering, gambling and environmental matters. Mr. Webb
           regularly conducts internal investigations for public companies
           involving computer fraud and document destruction issues, and
           designs and implements records management systems.




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ACCOMMODATIONS
The Embassy Suites
1901 Newtown Pike
Lexington, KY 40511
(859) 455-5000

Hotel Reservations: Should be made directly with Embassy Suites.

DIRECTIONS:
From I-75/I-64:
Take Exit 115, then turn West onto Newtown Pike. Turn right onto Aristides Boulevard at
the UK Coldstream Research Campus. The hotel is on the right.

From Martha Layne Collins (Bluegrass) Parkway:
Take a right onto Versailles Road (US60). Take the 2nd New Circle Road (Route 4) exit.
Continue on New Circle Road until you reach Newtown Pike. Take Newtown Pike exit North
9B. Turn left onto Aristides Boulevard at the UK Coldstream Research Campus. The hotel
is on the right.

From Bluegrass Airport:
Take a left onto Man O War Boulevard from airport parking area to Versailles Road. Turn
right (East) onto Versailles Road. Take the second New Circle Road (Route 4) exit).
Continue on New Circle Road until you reach Newtown Pike. Take Newtown Pike exit North
9B. Turn left onto Aristides Boulevard at the UK Coldstream Research Campus. The hotel
in on the right.

From Downtown:
Take Main Street to Newtown Pike. Turn onto Newtown Pike and go approximately 5 miles.
Turn left onto Aristides Boulevard at the UK Coldstream Research Campus. The hotel in on
the right.


OTHER LEXINGTON AREA HOTELS:

Hyatt Place – (859) 296-0091                   Hilton Garden Inn – (859) 543-8300
2001 Bryant Road                               1973 Plaudit Place
Lexington, KY 40509                            Lexington, KY 40509

Marriott Courtyard – (859) 263-9090            Residence Inn – (859) 263-9979
1951 Pleasant Ridge Drive                      2688 Pink Pigeon Parkway
Lexington, KY 40509                            Lexington, KY 40509




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SPONSORS
                           PLATINUM SPONSORS
BKD, LLP                                 Blue & Co., LLC
Commerce Bank                            Dean Dorton & Ford, PSC
HCA- National Patient Account Services   MedAssets



                              GOLD SPONSORS
Chamberlin Edmonds & Associates, Inc.    Credit Solutions
Ernst & Young LLP                        MedShield, Inc.
Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs


                             SILVER SPONSORS
Cleverley & Associates                   McBee Associates, Inc.
Med-1 Solutions LLC                      MedAssist Incorporated
PNC Bank                                 TechSolve



                            BRONZE SPONSORS
Baker Healthcare Consulting, Inc.        Bank of America
ClaimAssist                              Clark, Mascaro & Aziz, PC
Credit Bureau Systems, Inc.              DECO
Dressman, Benzinger & LaVelle, PSC       Franklin Collection Services, Inc.
GLA Collection Company                   Healthcare Strategy Group, LLC
Helvey & Associates                      Mountjoy Chilton Medley LLP
Principal Group                          Quadax
Quorum Health Resources




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  REGISTRATION
KY Chapter HFMA Annual Institute
The Embassy Suites Lexington
October 14-15, 2010

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Title _________________________________________________________________________
Company _____________________________________________________________________
Address ______________________________________________________________________
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Additional member registrants from same organization                                     $150.00
Paid with one check – each registrant completes a form


Non Member                                                                               $250.00

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Paid with one check – each registrant completes a form

One day only                                                                             $100.00

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                                        Register online at www.hfmaky.org
                                        Please make checks payable to: KY Chapter HFMA

                                                       Mail to: Scott Reed
                                                         Blue & Co., LLC
                                                2650 Eastpoint Parkway, Suite 300
                                                      Louisville, KY 40223
                                                     Phone: (502) 992-3500
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