Complying With the New CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule for Medicare and Medicaid Providers and Suppliers
Navigating Requirements for Risk Assessment, Communication, Training and More for Participation in Medicare and Medicaid
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide counsel to Medicare and Medicaid providers and suppliers with guidance on the new Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) emergency preparedness regulations. The panel will outline compliance strategies for the current regulatory environment.
- Overview of the emergency preparedness regulations
- Impact of the new regs and implications for participation in Medicare and Medicaid programs
- What providers and counsel need to do to ensure compliance
- Strategies to ensure compliance and mitigate risk of liability
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How does the rule address the differences between healthcare providers and suppliers and address the needs of patients, residents, etc.?
- What impact will the emergency preparedness rule have on participation in Medicare and Medicaid programs?
- What must healthcare providers and suppliers do now to ensure compliance with the new rule?
Vice President, Grant Management and Safety
Missouri Hospital Association
Ms. Gatz is responsible for the oversight and strategic operations of a subcontract for the federal Hospital... | Read More
Ms. Gatz is responsible for the oversight and strategic operations of a subcontract for the federal Hospital Preparedness Program. She leads several initiatives to increase hospital surge capacity while developing a sustainable program to ensure continuity of safe and quality healthcare. This includes, but is not limited to providing technical assistance to Missouri hospitals and facilitating the development and operation of five nonurban healthcare coalitions – regional collaboratives for emergency preparedness and response coordination. Ms. Gatz serves on the executive committee for the American Hospital Association’s Emergency Readiness Group and is the staff liaison for the Missouri Society for Healthcare Engineers.Close
Steven D. (Steve) Gravely
Mr. Gravely focuses his practice in the areas of health law and disaster preparedness and response issues for... | Read More
Mr. Gravely focuses his practice in the areas of health law and disaster preparedness and response issues for critical infrastructure industries. He has represented hospitals and other healthcare providers for over 20 years in full spectrum of healthcare legal issues. Mr. Gravely is a frequent author and lecturer on emergency preparedness in the healthcare industry.Close
Mr. Lotchin counsels a broad range of clients, including hospitals and academic medical centers, physician practices,... | Read More
Mr. Lotchin counsels a broad range of clients, including hospitals and academic medical centers, physician practices, ambulatory service providers, and pharmaceutical companies on regulatory and transactional matters, as well as on False Claims Act litigation. He has extensive experience representing healthcare companies on Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse issues, the Stark law, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and the development and implementation of corporate compliance programs.Close