December 2, 2020
1:00PM – 2:30PM
Provider Relief Funding and Government Enforcement
This presentation will cover government enforcement surrounding the CARES Act’s Provider Relief Fund, with attention to the False Claims Act risks surrounding the receipt and usage of such funds. The presentation also includes a discussion of defenses to False Claims Act investigations in light of the Provider Relief Fund’s Terms and Conditions and FAQs.
Long Term Care in the New COVID World
This presentation will focus on recent regulatory developments related to long term care facilities (including nursing homes), both on the federal and state level. It will highlight key liabilities for providers while also providing concrete take-away.
John Lawrence counsels health care clients in responding to governmental investigations and defending False Claims Act lawsuits. He represents hospitals, health systems, health care corporations, and individuals in civil and criminal investigations involving the Department of Justice, U.S. Attorneys’ Offices, and other federal and state agencies.
Myla Reizen is a partner at K&L Gates Miami. Myla concentrates her practice in health law representing health systems as well as a number of post-acute providers. She focuses her health care practice on government and internal investigations, health care regulatory matters, and compliance.
Registration for Health Ethics Trust courses is an agreement to pay the applicable course tuition. Tuition for cancellations two weeks prior to program is refunded less an administrative fee to be determined. Tuition for cancellation after the deadline is not refundable, but a credit toward tuition for a future Trust program (tuition less the administrative fee; must be used within 12 months) will be issued in some cases. Those who cancel after the deadline must still pay the tuition that they agreed to pay by registering for the course even if they have not yet paid their tuition at the time of cancellation. Cancellation Policy is strictly enforced.