Unclaimed Property for Healthcare Organizations: Compliance with Escheat Laws (On-Demand Webinar)

Date: 08/23/23

Overview: Like all other businesses, health systems and other health care organizations must comply with unclaimed property laws in the jurisdiction where they operate. Unclaimed property arises in many contexts, including through patient refunds and undeposited payroll checks. In this webinar, our panelists explore the intricacies of unclaimed property laws and a health care organization’s responsibility. The panelists also provide tips and recommendations for staying in compliance.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Participants will learn about the common types of unclaimed property healthcare organizations possess.
  • Participants will learn the responsibilities and penalties associated when unclaimed property arises.
  • Participants will learn tips for staying in compliance with escheat laws.

Speaker Information:

Jameel S. Turner, Member, Bailey Cavalieri

Jamshid Ebadi, Managing Principal, Denver, Crowe


Justin Cook, Partner, Bricker Graydon

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Live closed captions are available.