WHLC and NAWL Present: Stark, AKS & Value-Based Care under the Biden Administration
Stuck on Stark: Where do HHS’ New Rules on Value-Based Care Stand under the Biden Administration, and What does that Mean for Collaboration in the Industry?
Thursday, February 25, 2021
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. CT
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. PT
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Sheppard Mullin’s Women in Healthcare Leadership Collaborative (WHLC) and the National Association of Lawyers’ Women in Health & Life Sciences Group (NAWL) invite you to join us for an informative discussion covering:
Recent final rules to the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute in support of value-based care and care coordination,
The Biden Administration’s decision to pause these final rules, and
The resulting impact on collaboration among providers, payors, and other industry actors.
- Amanda Zablocki, Partner, WHLC Co-Chair, Sheppard Mullin
- Danielle Vrabie, Senior Associate, WHLC Co-Chair, Sheppard Mullin
- Erica Kraus, Co-Chair, NAWL Health & Life Sciences Group, Senior Associate, Sheppard Mullin
Sheppard Mullin's Women in Healthcare Leadership Collaborative (WHLC) is comprised of women in-house attorneys, compliance officers, business leaders and other professionals that are in mid-to senior-level positions in the healthcare industry and are continuing to advance within their profession. WHLC’s mission is to promote the advancement of these women by providing them with targeted education focused on complex legal issues, healthcare innovation, and other critical issues facing the healthcare industry, professional skills development and training, and peer-to-peer mentoring.
The National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL) provides leadership, a collective voice, and essential resources to advance women in the legal profession and advocate for the equality of women under the law. NAWL’s Health & Life Sciences Affinity Group supports, educates, and highlights women practicing in the areas of health and life sciences law by sharing resources, connecting practitioners, and providing a forum to discuss new developments.
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