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Norm Tabler focuses his legal practice in health care, where his experience and skill in both private and in-house practice have earned him a reputation of respect throughout the legal and health care industries. He has practiced, spoken and written widely on issues involving health law, public-private partnerships, risk management and insurance in the health care field.
Norm joined Faegre Baker Daniels upon graduation from Columbia Law School. In addition to 25 years experience with the firm (including serving as the first chair of the health law practice), he was Indiana University Health's general counsel for 16 years. Established in 1996 by the consolidation of three major Indiana hospitals, IU Health is widely regarded as among the most successful hospital consolidations of recent decades and as a model for public-private partnerships.
While at IU Health, Norm helped oversee the expansion of that organization into a statewide system with 19 hospitals and 29,000 employees. In addition to leading the legal department, he served as chief compliance officer and corporate secretary and oversaw such areas as internal audit, corporate compliance, regulatory affairs, risk management and insurance operations. Norm established and served as board chairman of IU Health's captive insurance company and risk retention group.
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