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Third Annual Jay A. Ziskind Health Law Lecture Series

Welcomes National Leaders in

Health Care


Please join us for the Third Annual Jay A. Ziskind Health Law Lecture Series. Our panel of experts will lead a discussion regarding CMS’s national quality mission that all persons receive equitable, high quality, and value-based care. This lecture will focus on the specific regulatory, legal, and medical challenges involved in transitioning a medical practice to a value-based health care model.


VALUE-BASED HEALTHCARE: Is this the future?

Impact on Physician Practice. Legal Implications.


Tuesday, October 18, 2022
Zoom | Time: 12:00 - 1:30 PM


This lecture is open to interested physicians and lawyers and ALL NSU alumni, students, faculty, staff, and the general public.

In person viewing rooms will be available at the below locations (complimentary lunch included):
NSU Law Building: Faculty Study
NSU HPD Building: Conference Room 1386
HCA University Hospital: Classroom C

 For questions, please contact Marilyn Uzdavines via email at 
CME credits: 
Email providing: First Name, Last Name, and Designation (i.e. MD, DO)
CLE credits:

The reference number is 2208149N

Title: Third Annual Ziskind Health Law Lecture Series – Value-Based Healthcare: Is This the Future? Impact on Physician Practice. Legal Implications

Level: Intermediate

Approval period: 10/18/2022 – 04/30/2024

CLE Credits:

General 1.5

Certification Credits:

Health Law 1.5


Opening Remarks
José R. (Beto) Juárez Jr.

Dean and Professor of Law

NSU Shepard Broad College of Law

Dr. George Hanbury
Dr. George L. Hanbury II

President and Chief Executive Officer

Nova Southeastern University

Sponsor Remarks
Jay A. Ziskind

Board of Governors Member

NSU Shepard Broad College of Law

Professor Marilyn Uzdavines

Professor of Law

NSU Shepard Broad College of Law

Purva Rawal
Purva Rawal, PhD

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Chief Strategy Officer

Matt Perreault
Matthew (Matt) J. Perreault


McDermott Will & Emery, Boston

Dr. Zenobia
Dr. Zenobia Brown

Vice President and Medical Director, Population Health

Northwell Health

Mapping the Future of Health Care Post COVID-19:
Legal and Delivery Considerations

The Shepard Broad College of Law Health Law Program proudly presents the second annual Jay A. Ziskind Health Law Lecture Series Mapping the Future of Health Care Post COVID-19: Legal and Delivery Considerations. Building on the success of the previous Health Law Lecture with over 200 online participants, this lecture will explore issues in medical education, health care operations, ethics, and changing regulations as the health care industry continues to adapt to the global pandemic.

The 2021 Health Law Lecture will feature four nationally recognized leaders in health care to address these important topics. There will be time for audience Q&A after the panel discussions.


Click here for more information.

COVID-19 Has Devastated The Black Community.
Here’s Why And What Needs To Change.


"While I have had several family members, family friends and acquaintances who have fallen ill with and died of COVID-19, my colleagues have had none. The single obvious difference between my colleagues and me? I am Black."

Dr. Jefferson Shah will be discussing the following topics based on her June 8, 2020 Huffington Post article.

  • Black Americans are twice as likely to know someone who has tested positive or died from COVID-19. Why?
  • Racism, bias, ignorance and misconceptions in medicine and clinical research.
  • New legislation should give the regulatory power needed to incentivize the inclusion of minorities in non-NIH-funded research
  • Q&A

Dr. Akilah A. Jefferson Shah is an NIH-trained allergist and immunologist. She is also an expert in health policy and bioethics. Her work focuses on the intersections of health care, clinical research, health disparities, health policy and ethics. She is from New Orleans, Louisiana. 


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