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Part 2 With Tom Campanella – CON’s, VBC, Tort Reform, And Non-compete Agreements Just To Name A Few

June 26, 2024

Join Aaron Higgins and Jason Crosby as they talk with Thomas Campanella as they pick up where they left off last week in this 2nd half of their discussion. This episode, they talk about recent CON activity and the impact on provider settings. They also touch on Value Based Care and Non-Compete Agreements and the impact such has, in particular, in the rural setting along with Tort Reform concerns. Yep, consider all the world’s problems solved with these 2 interviews.

Guest: Thomas S. Campanella, J.D., M.A. - Healthcare Executive in Residence, Baldwin Wallace University

Tom is the Healthcare Executive in Residence at Baldwin Wallace University in Cleveland, Ohio. He teaches and speaks on health economics and policy, as well as finance issues at the regional and national level. Tom writes blogs, white papers and conducts webinars on a variety of healthcare related topics.

Previously, he served as the Associate Dean of Clinical & Community Services for Ohio University Heritage Osteopathic Medical School and Chief Operating Officer of their five clinical sites in Southeast, Ohio.  He was also the Executive Director of a regional healthcare collaborative that focused on population health initiatives in multiple Appalachian counties in Southeast, Ohio.

Tom was also the Vice-President of Health Care Finance and Care Management for Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Ohio/Medical Mutual from 1985 to 1997 and prior to that he was a consultant for Ernst & Young.

Tom has his BA/MA in Economics from Ohio University and his law degree from Cleveland State University.  He is also a CPA (inactive) and is licensed by the State of Ohio as an Agent to engage in the business of Health and Life Insurance (inactive).

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