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Location: Online
Cost: Free
Hosted By: Fredrikson’s Health Law Group

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On September 16, attorneys Katie Ilten and Ryan Johnson from our Health Law Group covered all things telehealth, including the following:

  • Payment rules and policies for telehealth in the time of COVID-19, including Medicare’s proposals for the future of telehealth payment;
  • Complex issues of providing virtual care across state lines;
  • Telehealth-related issues in the deal context, including structuring transactions and conducting due diligence;
  • Structuring and negotiating telehealth licenses and other agreements; and
  • Common telehealth fact patterns implicating Anti-kickback, Stark and Fraud & Abuse laws.


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