Structuring Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacements Collaborator Agreements
Selecting Partners, Implementing CJR Arrangements, Ensuring Compliance
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to healthcare counsel on the new Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) Model and the use of collaborator agreements under that model. The panel will outline implementation and operational aspects of CJR collaborator agreements and offer best practices for hospitals and providers to leverage the agreements and ensure compliance.
- CJR collaborations
- Selecting collaborators
- Structuring the CJR collaborator agreement
- Complying with CJR collaboration requirements
- Auditing arrangements to ensure compliance
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the key operational and regulatory concerns for hospitals and healthcare providers participating in the CJR Model?
- What impact will collaborator distribution agreements have in the CJR process?
- What critical provisions should be documented when formalizing these arrangements?
Alexis Finkelberg Bortniker
Foley & Lardner
Ms. Bortniker focuses her practice on health care law, specifically transactional and regulatory matters with an... | Read More
Ms. Bortniker focuses her practice on health care law, specifically transactional and regulatory matters with an emphasis on counseling health systems, hospitals, and other providers in managed care and physician contracting. Previously, she was with Choate Hall & Stewart LLP where she gained experience working directly with health care organizations on regulatory and corporate compliance issues, including the development of internal policies and procedures and the review of contracts and employment relationships.Close
Emily H. Wein
Ms. Wein advises health care clients on a wide spectrum of regulatory matters, including telemedicine, Medicare... | Read More
Ms. Wein advises health care clients on a wide spectrum of regulatory matters, including telemedicine, Medicare and Medicaid enrollment, HIPAA privacy issues, alternative/bundled payment models and Stark and federal anti-kickback law compliance and other fraud and abuse topics. She also provides assists client with transactional matters such as acquisitions and changes of ownership of health care providers. She was previously Associate Counsel at a large interdisciplinary health system where she served as a primary source for guidance with respect to fraud and abuse, HIPAA and state privacy law, and Medicare and Medicaid participation issues, and assisted with numerous corporate transactions.Close
Colleen M. Powers
Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman
Ms. Powers provides advice and counsel to some of the nation's largest health systems, individual medical... | Read More
Ms. Powers provides advice and counsel to some of the nation's largest health systems, individual medical practices, health care service organizations and health care joint ventures (and other collaborative efforts) between hospitals and physicians. She regularly counsels clients on a national basis regarding a variety of health care issues, including mergers and acquisitions, health care reform, fraud and abuse and regulatory and corporate compliance. She has authored many articles on Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement.Close