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Arbitration: tips and tools for implementing CMS’s recent final rule on arbitration
Includes a Live Event on 08/29/2019 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
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click the button found in the upper right corner of your screen or follow these three easy steps below!
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From the home page click on a category (Resources, Training, Webinars or Trending Now) For this demonstration, let’s try hovering over Webinars until upcoming webinars displays.
Under “upcoming webinars” go to a product in which you are interested. Click on the title.
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Click the green “register” button.
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AHCA will host a webinar on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) final arbitration rule on Thursday,August 29 at 2 pm ET. As a reminder, last month CMS issued the final rule that reverses the Obama-era ban on the use of arbitration agreements. This rule makes it very clear that we have the ability to use pre-dispute agreements, while at the same time adding provisions intended to make sure that residents and/or their representatives understand the agreements into which they are entering. Additionally, the rule prevents a facility from making the signing of an agreement a precondition of admission.
Mark Reagan, Managing Shareholder, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC
James Segroves, Partner, Reed Smith LLP