Peter N. Grant is President and Chief Executive Officer of Health Care Conference Administrators, LLC,, a company which sponsors media and educational events, including national conferences, internet-based events, and publications on matters of health care practice and policy. He also chair of Train for Compliance, LLC,, and Health IT Certification, LLC,

Mr. Grant is a partner and chair of the Health Law Section of Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP. (DWT). DWT has fourteen offices with 375 attorneys, including approximately 50 health care attorneys.

Mr. Grant is a health law specialist with special focus on structuring physician organizations and integrated health systems. He has special expertise in antitrust, corporate practice of medicine regulation, fraud and abuse and Stark, and HMO and health insurance regulation. He is special counsel to the American Medical Group Association, and general counsel to the Integrated Healthcare Association and the IPA Association of America. He is the former general counsel to the Hospital Council of Northern and central California. Mr. Grant maintains offices in San Francisco and Seattle.

Mr. Grant is a member of the following editorial and advisory boards: BNA Health Law Reporter editorial board; CNA Health Partners advisory board; California Medicine, contributing editor; Frontiers of Health Services Management editorial board; Harvard Health Policy Review advisory board, Health Affairs Journal editorial board; Health Benefits Report editorial board; Healthcare Business contributing editor; Integrated Healthcare Report editorial board; and UCSF Center for the Health Professions advisory board.

Mr. Grant is listed in the 1999-2007 Editions of The Best Lawyers in America. He is Past President, California Society for Healthcare Attorneys and the Healthcare Financial Management Association, Northern California Chapter.

Mr. Grant received a B.A. in Plan II with special honors in history, University of Texas at Austin in 1971. He attended the Free University, West Berlin, 1972-1973, and the Sorbonne/University of Paris IV, 1973-1974. He was granted a M.A., in History from Harvard University in 1975 and a J.D. from the University of Texas at Austin in 1979. In 1988, he was granted a Ph.D. in History from Harvard University. His dissertation was titled "The Struggle for Control of California's Health Care Marketplace."

He received an Honorary Faculty Fellowship from Harvard University, 1971-1972, a Pew Memorial Trust Doctoral Fellowship at the Institute for Health Policy Studies, University of California at San Francisco 1984-1986, and a Sierra Foundation Fellowship, 1987.

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