In part two of this two-part series on what providers should know about COVID-19, hosts Payal Nanavati and Joe Records talk with Brian McGovern about guidance from state and federal health care regulators. This episode touches on how state agencies, CMS, CDC, and other regulatory bodies have instructed providers—especially nursing homes—on how to handle this pandemic.

If you missed it, check out Part 1 of this series, released on March 26, when we spoke with Eric Su about the labor and employment issues facing providers during the outbreak.

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Photo of Brian McGovern Brian McGovern

Brian McGovern is a partner at Crowell & Moring’s New York office.

Brian provides legal counsel and representation to health care and nonprofit clients. His experience spans the breadth of legal issues that confront the provider community, including counseling health care providers and…

Brian McGovern is a partner at Crowell & Moring’s New York office.

Brian provides legal counsel and representation to health care and nonprofit clients. His experience spans the breadth of legal issues that confront the provider community, including counseling health care providers and managed care plans on regulatory compliance; responding to government audits and investigations, including Medicare contractor audits and New York State Office of Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) and Attorney General Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) inquiries; overseeing or performing internal compliance investigations; advising on and negotiating managed care, vendor, and other contracts; providing counsel and advocacy on reimbursement issues; assisting providers on administrative applications and matters before regulatory agencies, including rate appeals, certificate of need applications, and property tax exemption applications and appeals; responding to patient-care survey deficiency citations; and representing providers in administrative proceedings and litigation in state and federal courts. The providers he has represented include nursing homes, home care agencies, hospices, hospitals, continuing care retirement communities, pediatric facilities, and managed care plans.

Photo of Joe Records Joe Records

Joe Records is a counsel in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where he practices in the Health Care Group. Joe’s practice includes counseling and representing clients on a broad array of regulatory matters, frequently dealing with federal health care programs, health reform, and…

Joe Records is a counsel in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where he practices in the Health Care Group. Joe’s practice includes counseling and representing clients on a broad array of regulatory matters, frequently dealing with federal health care programs, health reform, and state regulation of payers and providers. In particular, Joe has advanced clients’ interests by developing legislative and regulatory health care proposals at the federal and state levels and has helped clients evaluate the impact on their business of other proposals. He has also worked with clients to respond to federal audits, including under federal health care programs, and assisted in structuring transactions to comply with state and federal law.

Photo of Payal Nanavati Payal Nanavati

Payal Nanavati is an associate in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where she practices in the Health Care and Government Contracts groups. Payal’s government contracts practice focuses on contract claims/disputes under the Contract Disputes Act (CDA), litigation before the Armed Services Board of…

Payal Nanavati is an associate in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where she practices in the Health Care and Government Contracts groups. Payal’s government contracts practice focuses on contract claims/disputes under the Contract Disputes Act (CDA), litigation before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA), and bid protests before the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Her health care practice includes regulatory compliance governing digital health initiatives and fraud and abuse.