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We provided an update on COVID-19 developments, including how organizations with fewer than 500 employees can obtain financial relief and an examination of the many waivers that were issued on Monday. We also discussed the state of telehealth, licensure, EMTALA and other issues.
On April 2, 2020, Fredrikson & Byron Business & Tax Planning attorneys John Erhart and Jessica Manivasager along with a few of our colleagues from the Platinum Group presented a webinar that discussed positive leadership and frequently asked questions during the time of COVID-19.
Health Law Webinar: Fredrikson & Byron’s Health Law FAQs on COVID-19—What We Know as of March 20, 2020
In this webinar, we discussed CMS and OIG’s actions and updates regarding COVID-19 as of March 20, 2020 and addressed some of the most common questions from our clients.
On March 12, 2020, our Investment Management and Securities Litigation attorneys provided an update on and analysis of Regulation Best Interest (Reg BI).
Health Law Webinar: A Practical Guide to Co-Management/Gainsharing/Shared Savings Arrangements and CMS’s Episode-Based Payment Initiatives
Our Health Law Webinar on March 11 covered the legal issues for potential stakeholders to consider in designing, implementing and participating in programs and arrangements that compensate physicians for their work improving quality and reducing cost.
Health Law Webinar – Opioid Crisis Response: Key Legal Developments Every Health Lawyer and Compliance Officer Should Know
Our special 90-minute Health Law Webinar on February 20, 2020, briefed viewers on the substance every health lawyer and compliance officer should know about the response to the opioid crisis
On Monday, January 13, 2020, Fredrikson & Byron welcomed you to 620 Jones to reconnect with friends and remember our friend, Mike Ellwein, during the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco.
During the Health Law Webinar on January 15, attorneys Steven Beck and Ryan Johnson walked through an array of recent models of hospital-physician deals, each of which is based on an innovative idea or useful legal complexity.
On January 28, 2020, Fredrikson & Byron, Minnesota Women Lawyers and Twin Cities Diversity in Practice co-presented the fifth annual Women of Color in the Law Forum: Lifting as We Climb.