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At the end of 2020, CMS and the OIG passed extensive new regulations that were intended to ease Stark Law and Anti-Kickback enforcement in certain areas in order to allow providers to partner with one another to provide value-based care to patients. These regulations are designed to permit providers to contract with one another, or form entities, to collaborate to achieve better coordination and management of patient populations. These collaborations will provide reductions in the cost or care, and improvement in patient outcomes through integrated goals and continuums of care. The regulations generally permit certain shared payments and referrals that otherwise would not be permitted. This webinar will dive into the new value-based care regulations with a focus on how providers can take advantage of these regulations to establish or participate in their own value-based arrangements.
Target audience:
CEO’s, CFO’s, COO’s, CMO’s, CNO’s, physicians, strategy officers, care outreach personnel, and others involved in planning hospital alignments, partnerships, and arrangements with physicians, long term care providers, and other providers along the patient continuation of care. This includes anyone involved in either large scale hospital system transactional strategy down to those involved in community contracting to community outreach, post-acute care, etc.
Learning Objective:
To support providers by helping them understand the landscape of options that they have to collaborate on with other providers as they work to increase the value of patient care.


Robert Threlkeld, Partner, Morris, Manning & Martin 
Robert is part of the MMM healthcare practice division. He actively represents hospital systems, physician practice groups and other healthcare providers in a range of regulatory matters and business disputes. He has specific experience in Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse representation, managed care disputes, Certificate of Need matters, licensure, and medical staff disputes. Robert leverages his experience representing providers in regulatory and business disputes to advise providers proactively in connection with structuring various transactions, including a variety of hospital/physician alignment transactions, provider joint ventures, and other arrangements.

Elliott Coward, Senior Associate, Morris, Manning & Martin Elliott is part of the MMM healthcare practice division. She provides legal advice and assistance to hospital systems, physician practice groups, and other healthcare providers. Her practice begins with a focus and deep understanding of regulatory compliance, which she leverages to advise clients in all manner of healthcare transactions and regulatory litigation matters such as establishment of internal compliance programs, investigative audits, government investigations regarding fraud and abuse, the Stark and Anti-Kickback statutes, the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) and state licensure and CON matters.