RAP Educational Call (May 2019)
Includes a Live Event on 05/01/2019 at 3:00 PM (EDT)
Time: 3:00-4:00 PM Eastern (60 minutes)
Format: Educational Call
On May 1st, please join us for a hot-off-the-press discussion of the major reimbursement proposals announced by CMS in its 2020 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Proposed Rule, which is expected to be displayed in mid-to-late April. As in past years, the IPPS Proposed Rule is sure to contain many proposals that are of inherent importance to the provider community. Indeed, although IPPS is the reimbursement framework for hospital inpatient services, it is closely watched by all types of health care providers and suppliers, even those that are not paid under the IPPS. CMS’s proposals are likely to range from updates to existing policies -- governing, e.g., DSH, UCC, and pay-for-performance programs -- to the announcements of new potential policies and initiatives. Understanding CMS’s vision unveiled in the proposed rule is essential both for budgetary planning and for meaningfully participating in the rulemaking process itself through the possible submission of comments.
Juliet McBride is a partner in King & Spalding’s healthcare practice who focuses on advising national healthcare industry clients including hospitals, medical equipment and device suppliers, pharmacies, laboratories and investors in the healthcare space on a wide range of matters. Ms. McBride focuses on Medicare/Medicaid coverage, payment, and compliance issues and reimbursement litigation. Ms. McBride is a Fellow of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Class of 2018 and previously participated as a Fellow with the State Bar of Texas Leadership Class. She is currently serving in her third term as Co-Chair of the American Bar Association’s Washington Health Law Summit.
Note: No CLE offered for this course.
For access to the recording, please visit the sponsoring Practice Group page.
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