Clark Hill Attorney Scott D. Braun Presented at Florida Society for Healthcare Risk Management & Patient Safety Annual Meeting August 14, 2015
Chicago, IL – Clark Hill attorney Scott D. Braun was a panelist for a presentation entitled “A Risk Manager, Claims Manager and Lawyer Walk into a Bar… Views on Claims Trends from 3 Different Perspectives” at the 2015 Annual Meeting for the Florida Society for Healthcare Risk Management & Patient Safety in Orlando, Florida. Over 250 were in attendance including risk managers, claims professionals, hospital liability insurers, defense lawyers and other industry professionals.
The Florida Society for Healthcare Risk Management and Patient Safety provides networking opportunities through online collaboration groups and our annual conference. The association provides professional development opportunities through our year round educational programming including monthly webinars and our online learning opportunities. The FSHRMPS is a state affiliate of the American Society for Health Care Risk Management.
Braun devotes his practice to representing insurers and reinsurers located worldwide with respect to North American exposures. He counsels his clients on liability coverage issues and claims with respect to hospitals, nursing homes, miscellaneous errors and omissions, and correctional healthcare risks. He has also litigated cases at arbitration and in state and federal courts in a wide array of matters.
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