Senior Manager, Manatt Health
Emily Carrier, M.D., is a senior manager with Manatt Health, an interdisciplinary policy and business advisory practice of Manatt. A medical professional and healthcare consultant specializing in emergency medicine, access to healthcare and hospital utilization, she leverages her clinical experience to create solutions that improve healthcare quality and reduce costs.
Before joining Manatt, Emily served as a division director in the Seamless Care Models Group in the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Prior to that, she was a senior health researcher at the Center for Studying Health System Change and Mathematica Policy Research. Her primary research interests focused on the fragmentation and coordination of care, emergency care, and the future of safety-net providers under health reform.
Emily practiced at several hospitals and medical centers in the New York City area and in Northern Virginia. She completed her emergency medicine residency and chief residency at Bellevue Hospital/New York University before completing a medicine and public health research fellowship with New York University.
CLE: Riddles, Risks and the Road Back to Live: Legal Issues in Live Entertainment
10/16/20, 8:00 PM
What is the only thing that the medical experts, government officials, big thinkers, entrepreneurs, and most of the general public can agree on? That an indoor live show will be the signal that things have returned to pre-pandemic normal. The riddle that we will puzzle out is how do we get there and what will it take? We will explore COVID-19 transmission risks and liability associated with live events, the success or failure of the latest mitigation and containment efforts, the challenges of routing tours through ever shifting government mandates, shutdowns, and hotspots, the privacy issues associated with various risk mitigation measures, the changing economics for all stake holders, the use of technology in venues and the evolving role of virtual reality, and the possibilities and pitfalls of re-imagining the venue, the performance and the live experience.