Industries & Practices
Health Care Law
- Wednesday, September 16, 2020
- 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EST)
Medicare/Medicaid Fraud & Abuse
CARES Act: Federal Stimulus Package
HIPAA Compliance and Audit Program
The HIPAA Compliance and Audit Program is a comprehensive online program for complying with the HIPAA privacy, security and breach regulations, including the provisions of the HITECH Act and the Omnibus Rule.
The HIPAA Regulations Section-By-Section
This HIPAA resource helps users interpret the privacy, security and breach regulations in one convenient location and an easy to review format. Information is updated periodically with amendments to the regulations, as well as new guidance issued by HHS, as they become available.
Deadline approaching to submit promoting interoperability hardship exception to avoid payment adjustmentMore
Health system and physician-owned hospital affiliation
Prepared several options for a health system and physician-owned surgical hospital to affiliate in a secondary market. Provided regulatory advice, including an analysis of potential Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute compliance issues, as well as antitrust and federal tax law advice.
Change of Ownership RAP appeal
Represented a home health agency in its appeal of post-Medicare Change of Ownership Request for Anticipated Payment suspension imposed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Successfully appealed the payment suspension, which was worth $15 million.
Skilled nursing facility bed sale
Represented a health system in its sale of a skilled nursing facility to the management firm of the nursing facility. Formulated potential structures, drafted and negotiated various agreements, and implemented each agreement’s operation. The sale involved a bed purchase agreement, Medicare change of ownership, certificate of need and comprehensive facility and operating lease, as well as several regulatory filings.
HIPAA policy review
Reviewed the HIPAA policies of two regional health plans to ensure continued compliance with relative state laws. These regional health plans were part of a national health plan’s portfolio and also required compliance with the national plan’s policies on HIPAA privacy, security and breaches.