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
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Podcast: What Providers Should Know about COVID-19 (Part 1 – Labor and Employment Issues)
Payers, Providers, and Patients – Oh My! Is Crowell & Moring’s health care podcast, discussing legal and regulatory issues that affect health care entities’ in-house counsel, executives, and investors. In part one of this two-part series on what providers should know about COVID-19, hosts Payal Nanavati and Joe Records discuss labor and employment issues with…
Seventh Circuit Holds that Consultants Cannot Sue on Behalf of Medicaid Beneficiaries under Medicaid Regulations
On February 11, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled that consultants who provide services to nursing homes and long-term care facilities lack standing to sue the state Medicaid agency and its contracted Managed Care Organizations on behalf of patients.
In Bria Health Servs., LLC v. Eagleson, No. 18-3076 (7th Cir.
New York State Attorney General Issues New Guidance on Sale of All or Substantially All Assets of Not-for-Profit Nursing Homes
The New York State Attorney General (the ”AG”) recently issued new standards of review for the sale of all or substantially all assets of not-for-profit nursing homes which should be of keen interest to both not-for-profit providers and prospective for-profit purchasers. See http://www.charitiesnys.com/pdfs/NursingHomeSales.pdf (the “Guidance”). After noting the significant increase in efforts to sell nonprofit…