Provided by MHA Health Institute
Date & Time
Wednesday, June 26
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Register on or before Thursday, June 20, to ensure delivery of instructional materials.
MHA members — $225
Nonmembers — $275
The webinar registration fee is for one phone line connection. Each additional phone line connection will be charged a registration fee. Get more value by inviting colleagues to join you!
This webinar is being offered at a reduced registration fee to MHA-member hospitals thanks to a generous contribution from the MHA Management Services Corporation.
hospital administration, legal counsel and governmental affairs personnel, operations staff (especially outpatient department managers), facility planners, as well as physicians and nonphysician practitioners providing professional services in provider-based hospital outpatient departments
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This program will provide a comprehensive update on significant legal and regulatory changes, including the following.
On May 3, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services published draft guidance regarding space sharing between co-located hospitals and hospitals co-located with other health care entities. This new guidance answers a number of longstanding provider questions regarding co-location and co-mingling of services between co-located providers. At the same time, the guidance leaves open a number of ongoing issues for hospital provider-based facilities, building construction, rural facility compliance and other operational hurdles.
Join this session, and learn CMS’ new guidance and interpretation of space sharing restrictions, operational hurdles for provider operations, and opportunities for ongoing provider input as CMS policy develops.
At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:
- understand CMS’ new interpretation of space sharing restrictions and prohibitions for hospitals and co-located providers
- evaluate existing and proposed co-location arrangements for compliance with the new guidance
- review areas where CMS guidance is still unclear
- review opportunities for provider engagement with CMS through the comment process
Ross Sallade focuses his practice on a variety of state and federal health care regulatory and reimbursement matters, such as provider and supplier reimbursement; Medicare and Medicaid enrollment, survey and certification; federal anti-kickback and physician self-referral (or “Stark”) laws; state licensure; Medicare and Medicaid regulatory compliance; health care operational and transactional matters; and fraud and abuse.
Colleen Faddick advises clients regarding the structure of and relationships among health care providers and entities within the complex federal and state regulatory environment. As chair of the firm's Health Care Operations practice, she focuses on Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and enrollment issues; appeals, fraud and abuse, and self-referral law issue; and licensing and certification of health care entities. Faddick works with hospitals, large physician groups, dialysis suppliers, medical device companies, pharmacies, clinical laboratories, DME companies and other health care entities.
Ryan Thurber focuses on helping providers achieve their business objectives in a manner that clears these regulatory hurdles and allows providers to do what they do best: Care for their patients. As part of Polsinelli’s vibrant health care practice, Thurber assists providers with resolving complex regulatory compliance issues; responding to government and third-party investigations; and identifying, structuring and implementing provider-focused business arrangements.