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Don't Delay Preparing for the Hospital Price Transparency.....

Date: 03/03/2020

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Don’t Delay Preparing for the Hospital Price Transparency Disclosures: OPPS and IPPS Final Rules

Tuesday, March 3   |   1:30-2:30 p.m. central time

Course Curriculum
This webinar will discuss the hospital price transparency rule, including what it requires, timeline for implementation, and what hospitals should be doing right now to prepare.

Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP

Robert C. Threlkeld is a Partner in the firm’s Healthcare, Litigation and Exempt Organizations Practices. He actively represents hospital systems, physician practice groups and other health care providers in a range of regulatory matters and regulatory and business disputes. He has substantial experience in Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse matters, managed care disputes, false claims and whistleblower cases, Certificate of Need matters, licensure and medical staff disputes. He also has successfully represented providers in federal and state courts in disputes involving managed care contracting and reimbursement, medical partnership and shareholder disputes, and breach of contract actions.


Elliott Leigh Coward is an Associate in the firm’s Healthcare Practice where she provides general legal advice to health systems regarding corporate transactions, regulatory and legislative issues, and litigation. Her clients include hospital systems, physician practice groups, and other health care providers. She assists clients in matters ranging from regulatory advice, particularly involving Stark and antikickback issues, fraud and abuse compliance matters and investigations, false claims and whistleblower cases, Certificate of Need, medical staff matters, and compensation matters.

The speakers have no real or perceived conflicts of interest that relate to this presentation.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe disclosures that are required under the transparency.
  • Discuss how their facility should start preparing the required disclosures.
  • State when new rule requiring transparency disclosures goes into effect.
  • Determine if rule disclosures can be ignored due to lawsuits against the rule.
  • Characterize how will this affect their business.