CARES Act for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers: Implications of Key Provisions
Changes to Medicare and Medicaid, Direct Grants for Healthcare Providers, Expanded Telehealth
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide healthcare counsel on the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) and the key provisions impacting hospitals and healthcare providers. The panel will discuss direct funding for healthcare providers and the changes to Medicare and Medicaid. The panel will address the telehealth expansions and will offer best practices for leveraging the CARES Act to get through the challenges of COVID-19.
- CARES Act
- Changes to Medicare
- Changes to Medicaid
- Direct grants
- Telehealth expansions
- Best practices
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How does the CARES Act expand eligibility for accelerated and advance Medicare payments?
- What healthcare entities can access direct funding? For what can the funds be used?
- How does the CARES Act expand telehealth services beyond the expansions under the Families First legislation?
Jeffrey I. Davis
Of Counsel/Senior Advisor
Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz
Mr. Davis provides clients with healthcare regulatory counsel on issues affecting healthcare providers, including... | Read More
Mr. Davis provides clients with healthcare regulatory counsel on issues affecting healthcare providers, including Medicare and Medicaid billing and reimbursement. He assists hospitals, pharmacies, other healthcare providers and vendors on issues related to the federal 340B drug pricing program, including enrollment; contracting; audits; compliance with 340B, Medicare, and Medicaid requirements; and self-disclosures. Mr. Davis also provides clients with strategic advice related to public policy issues before the U.S. Congress and the administration, including drug pricing and nonprofit hospital issues.Close
Robert B. (Bob) Ramsey, III
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney
Mr. Ramsey represents healthcare providers in a variety of regulatory, transactional and reimbursement matters. He has... | Read More
Mr. Ramsey represents healthcare providers in a variety of regulatory, transactional and reimbursement matters. He has represented clients in an array of innovative projects, including the formation of ACOs and the structuring of bundled payment arrangements that qualify for payment under various CMS demonstration projects. He also has represented clients in the formation and operation of numerous joint ventures. In addition, Mr. Ramsey counsels clients regarding regulatory and compliance matters, including issues related to the Stark law, the Anti-Kickback Statue and the False Claims Act. His clients include health care systems, hospitals, post-acute providers, dialysis facilities and specialty pharmacies.Close
Sarah E. Swank
Ms. Swank provides strategic, regulatory and operational advice to health systems, hospitals and academic medical... | Read More
Ms. Swank provides strategic, regulatory and operational advice to health systems, hospitals and academic medical centers, as well as large national and regional physician organizations and telehealth and other startups. She has served as a former senior in-house counsel for two national health care systems. She counsels major academic medical centers, nationally recognized health systems and ACOs in launching and growing complex operational programs, such as national and international telehealth and digital health programs.Close