November 17th Webinar: Regulatory Updates with David Sousa of Curi

Regulatory Updates with David Sousa of Curi

November 17, 2020 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST

In our ever-evolving world of healthcare delivery, the one constant is change. When that change is dictated by a regulatory, compliance and legal environment completely outside of your control, then life becomes difficult. When a pandemic is added to the heap, life can be unimaginable.

Join us as we take a brief dive into what is new since COVID-19 walloped us all in the spring, and what is on the near horizon. We’ll take a stab at keeping you in the know and preparing you to take the action needed to protect your practice.

Our Speaker

David Sousa
Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel

David Sousa is Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel of Curi. Now in his twenty sixth year at Curi (formerly Medical Mutual), he has overseen the Claims, Risk Management, Information Technology, Communications, Health Policy and Human Resources functions. He leads the company’s Community and Advisory Boards in five states in its geographic footprint.

Prior to joining Curi, he practiced law in Raleigh for fifteen years and represented physicians in the defense of malpractice claims throughout North Carolina. He holds a JD degree from Wake Forest University, and his M.B.A. and B.A. from the University of Kentucky. Over his tenure with Curi he has spoken to more than 10,000 healthcare providers throughout the U.S. on a myriad of topics pertaining to healthcare liability. He has testified before legislative bodies and committees about, and has written on, healthcare liability reform issues. He is currently an advisor to the American Law Institute, representing the Medical Professional Liability Association in the revisions to the Restatement of Torts, 3rd Medical Liability section. He is a Permanent Member of the U.S. Court of Appeals Judicial Conference for the Fourth Circuit, and is admitted to practice before that court, the U.S. Supreme Court, and all N.C. state and federal district courts.


This webinar is complimentary but you must be registered to attend. Space is limited so register early! After you register, you will receive an emailed confirmation with webinar and phone-in instructions.

Continuing education credit may be granted through your professional organization (MGMA, PAHCOM, AHIMA, etc.). Please self-submit for these organizations.


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