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June 2020

Health Care Amid and After COVID-19: Strategies for Your Path to Recovery

A Health Care Webinar Series


Please join the Faegre Drinker Health Care practice for a series of webinars discussing the chief issues facing health care providers during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Webinars in This Series 

Session One (Tuesday, June 2, 2020) – Americans Turn to Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic – Will Congress Let Them Keep It?

(Available On Demand)

Federal regulations and laws around the delivery of telehealth have greatly expanded access during the COVID-19 pandemic, and many providers are working to take advantage of the new flexibilities to scale up their virtual offerings. However, most of these policies are temporary without an additional act of Congress. Faegre Drinker professionals will dive into the new policies that are allowing patients to access care through telehealth and will provide valuable insight into what needs to happen to allow this care to continue.

Session Two (Thursday, June 4, 2020) – Rural Health Care: Surviving the Pandemic and Beyond

(Available On Demand)

Many rural health care providers are feeling the blunt to business operations, but aid is out there. Our practice will zero in on under-the-radar financial relief programs available to such providers, as well as provisional regulatory changes that could have lasting effects as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Session Three (Tuesday, June 9, 2020) – Post-Pandemic HR and Benefits Recovery for Health Care Employers

(Available On Demand)

Health care HR professionals are under particular pressure to execute return-to-work plans – and smoothly. This session will tackle strategies to reduce the legal risk and benefits costs when returning employees to work, as well as best practices for navigating tough pandemic-related HR recovery issues involving sick leave, employee vaccination/testing, workplace/telework accommodations, and other return-to-work policies and practices.

Session Four (Tuesday, June 16, 2020) – Evolving Physician Arrangements in a Post COVID-19 Environment

(Available On Demand)

While the demands of the COVID-19 crisis have resulted in certain waived limits for physicians, questions regarding what future processes may look like remain. This webinar will dive into the post-COVID-19 landscape of physician arrangements, including rethinking value-based relationships and Stark/Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) implications.

Session Five (Thursday, June 18, 2020) – Supply Chain Leadership Solutions for Pandemic Preparedness

(Available On Demand)

In an effort to learn from the past and continuously improve, are there lessons from the recent pandemic supply chain issues that supply chain leaders might share? What models or alternative approaches might executives consider to enhance preparedness and adequate reserves? We discuss these questions and more in our penultimate session, including panelists from Stamford Health System and Orlando Health.

Session Six (Tuesday, June 23, 2020) – Health Care Transactions in the COVID-19 Era: Factors Impacting Health Care Deals During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic

(Available On Demand)

The informative panel discussion will covers the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health care provider transactions. Guests will also walk away with practical tactics to help them strategically plan for the virus’ aftermath.

Session Seven (Thursday, June 25, 2020) – Federal Health Care Public Policy Outlook

(Available On Demand)

Between Congress and the Trump administration, legislative activity and priority setting in the months ahead could make or break health care providers. Join us as we analyze the current public policy outlook for the industry and the potential impact to providers’ financial well-being and operations.

QUESTIONS? Please contact Kelley Mann or call +1 317 237 1161.

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