On the Horizon: COVID-19 Healthcare Enforcement and Litigation Risks


The rapidly evolving COVID-19 crisis establishes a new frontier of potential litigation and enforcement issues for healthcare providers. Among these are issues presented by relief funding, the rising prominence of telemedicine and expanded reimbursement, and emerging business disputes in the COVID-19 era. Join us as we discuss how providers can prepare for potential litigation and enforcement in these areas, including:

  • The evolving Terms & Conditions for CARES Act payments;
  • Mitigating risks associated with the Medicare Accelerated and Advance Payment Program;
  • The rising role of telemedicine, and how it may shape the future of litigation and enforcement;
  • Anticipated and emerging COVID-19-related business disputes involving providers.

Your questions will help drive the Q&A portion of this webinar, so we encourage you to note in the “Questions & Comments” box areas in which you could use additional guidance.

We hope you tune in on April 27!

CLE credit will be provided for this webinar. For more information about this webinar, please contact Kristina Repko.

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12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (EDT)


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