Webinar- Health Care Reform 2017
-Approved for 1.5 Live Montana CLE Credit
What will you learn?
In this webinar, we will discuss the most recent health care reform developments in Washington, D.C., including possible: (i) repeal of the Affordable Care Act and pending replacement legislation and how Medicare value-based programs might be impacted; (ii) replacement of Medicare with a premium support program; and (iii) replacement of Medicaid with block grants. We will also discuss CMS’s site neutral payment policy, including Medicare outpatient prospective payment system payments in 2017 and 2018, as affected by the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, Section 603, and the 21st Century Cures Act mid-build exception.
Who are the speakers?
Lesley Carol Reynolds
As a Partner in Norton Rose Fulbright's Washington, D.C., office, Lesley Reynolds focuses her practice on matters involving health care compliance and litigation. Lesley has worked with clients including hospitals, managed care organizations, pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, LTACHs, hospices, medical schools and other health care entities.Lesley’s practice includes work on federal and state regulatory issues, and administrative and litigation matters, including Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse issues. Her practice has involved significant litigation arising out of the False Claims Act on behalf of health care entities, and the representation of healthcare clients in compliance matters, including internal investigations and self-disclosures. Previously, Lesley had experience working in the office of in-house counsel at a health maintenance organization in the Washington, D.C. area.
Thomas E. Dodwell
Tom Dowdell is a partner in Norton Rose Fulbright's Washington, D.C., office and a member of the health care transactions practice group. Tom began his professional career on Capitol Hill working for two Members of Congress primarily on federal health care policy matters. He commenced his legal career in 1987 in the Houston, Texas office health law litigation and regulatory group. He has been in the Washington, D.C. office practicing health care law since 1991 and a partner since 1999. Tom's practice focuses on health care regulatory, coverage and payment, transaction, compliance, and policy matters. He handles matters for clients involving: Medicare and Medicaid program certification, coverage, billing, and payment; hospital, physician, and other provider transactions; fraud and abuse; compliance; internal and external audits; disclosures and repayments; graduate medical education accreditation and payment; physician and non-physician practitioner scope of practice, coverage, coding and billing; and federal health care legislation and rulemaking. Tom monitors federal health care legislation and rulemaking, communicates to clients policy developments that are relevant to their operations, and works with clients to comply with such developments and implement strategies to improve operations.
How do you register?
Registration for this webinar is $55.00
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