Epstein-Becker-Green-ClientAlertHCLS_gif_pagespeed_ce_KdBznDCAW4In February 2012, two years after the passage of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”), the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) issued a proposed rule, which was subject to significant public comment, concerning reporting and returning certain Medicare overpayments (“Proposed Rule”). On February 12, 2016, four years from the issuance of the Proposed Rule

Epstein Becker Green’s Peter M. Panken and Frank C. Morris, Jr. have authored a post on the Hospitality Labor and Employment Law blog entitled, “Loose Lips Sink Ships: New Liabilities Under The Affordable Care Act.”

Following is an excerpt:

The Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) requires larger employers (50 or more full time equivalents)

2016 is poised to be a major year in network adequacy developments across public and private insurance markets.  Changes are ahead in the Medicare and Medicaid managed care programs, the Exchange markets and the state-regulated group and individual markets, including state-run Exchanges.  The developing standards and enforcement will vary significantly across these markets.

Through 2014

Epstein Becker Green’s Lynn Shapiro Snyder, Senior Member of the Firm, and Tanya Vanderbilt Cramer, Of Counsel, will present “Accountable Care Organizations and Other Provider Risk Sharing Arrangements — a Legal and Regulatory Overview,” a webinar hosted by Bloomberg BNA.

While the federal government has encouraged the growth of accountable care organizations (ACOs)

By Arthur J. Fried, Patricia M. Wagner, Adam C. Solander, Evan Nagler, and Jonathan Hoerner

On September 2, 2015, the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) announced a $750,000 settlement with Cancer Care Group, P.C. (“CCG”), a radiation oncology practice in Indiana, for Health Insurance Portability and

Joshua A. Stein, a Member of the Firm in the Labor and Employment practice at Epstein Becker Green, has a Hospitality Labor and Employment Law blog post that will be of interest to many of our readers: “DOJ Further Delays Release of Highly Anticipated Proposed Website Accessibility Regulations for Public Accommodations.”

Following

On March 24, 2015, the House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee[1] (the “Subcommittee”) held a 340B Program hearing with testimony from the Deputy Administrator of Health Resources and Services Administration (“HRSA”), the Director of the Office of Pharmacy Affairs (“OPA”) of HRSA,[2] the Director of Health Care of the Government Accountability Office

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued proposed regulations addressing how the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) applies to corporate wellness programs.  Namely, the proposed rule amends the ADA regulations to provide guidance on the extent to which employers may use incentives to encourage employees to participate in wellness programs that include disability-related inquiries and/or