New Hospital Price Transparency: Disclosure of Standard Charges, Negotiated Rates, Implications for Other Obligations
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A live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide healthcare counsel on the new CMS hospital price transparency rule. The panel will examine the rule and its requirements. The panel will also discuss the implications of the rule on a hospital's relationship with insurers and patients as well as other legal obligations the hospital has. The panel will offer best practices for compliance with the new rule.
- New hospital price transparency rule
- Items and services
- Gross charges and payer-specific negotiated charges
- Implications of the rule on other legal obligations
- Antitrust considerations (price fixing, collusion)
- Medicare compliance
- Implications for relationships with insurers, patients
- Compliance best practices
The panel will review these and other essential questions:
- How much rate information must be disclosed?
- What are the implications of the transparency rule for a hospital's relationship with payers?
- What impact will the new rule have on other legal obligations? What antitrust considerations should counsel keep in mind?
R. Ross Burris, III
Mr. Burris applies a strong business acumen to understanding the goals and challenges clients face, and by leveraging a... | Read More
Mr. Burris applies a strong business acumen to understanding the goals and challenges clients face, and by leveraging a commanding ability to counsel on intricate legal matters. His experience includes advising clients regarding the complex and ever-changing federal and state regulatory environment. Mr. Burris works with numerous regional and national healthcare providers, including: hospitals, healthcare systems, skilled nursing facilities and ancillary providers He counsels on business interactions, which include: Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement disputes, commercial payor disputes, billing and coding audits, government investigations, including False Claims Act litigation, and state and federal regulatory compliance.Close
Harsh P. Parikh
Mr. Parikh works with managed care organizations, hospital systems, and other providers on a wide range of regulatory,... | Read More
Mr. Parikh works with managed care organizations, hospital systems, and other providers on a wide range of regulatory, reimbursement, and transactional matters. His practice encompasses federal and California fraud and abuse compliance, licenses and permits, Medicare and Medicaid (Medi-Cal) participation and reimbursement, False Claims Act internal and government investigations, and enforcement actions. He also advises clients on health information technology, bioethics, privacy, security compliance, digital health, and telemedicine matters.Close