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Exploring Critical Business and Legal Issues across the Healthcare and Life Sciences Industries
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After the Curve Podcast: Focus on Transactions

The lasting impact of COVID-19 on healthcare transactions is multifaceted and has rapidly altered the trajectory of the dealmaking landscape as well as business collaborations. On this episode of the After the Curve podcast, we discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting healthcare transactions today, as well as the outlook for the healthcare deal landscape post-COVID-19. McDermott’s Chief Marketing Officer Leslie Tullio is joined by Jed Spielman and Kevin Miller to discuss topics surrounding the impact of the pandemic on healthcare transactions, including: The sectors of the healthcare industries that are most likely to experience a surge in deal volumes and why COVID-19-induced programs that have altered the way healthcare transactions are getting done Which transformational aspects of transaction protocol are most likely to carry into the post-COVID-19 future Insights from the transactions perspective and a look at the most promising upcoming...

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After the Curve Podcast: Focus on Providers

COVID-19 led to major policy changes impacting how healthcare is delivered and reimbursed but only some of these new policies will endure in the coming years. On this episode of the After the Curve Podcast, we discuss how provider organizations can innovate their business models and care delivery to adapt and thrive in a post-COVID-19 world. McDermott’s Chief Marketing Officer Leslie Tullio is joined by Sandy DiVarco and Emily Cook to discuss topics surrounding the impact of the pandemic on healthcare provider organizations, including: The value of government-provided playbooks for healthcare providers in national situations Proper handling of the volume and dynamic nature of information that is conveyed to healthcare providers The impact that the increased demand of telehealth will have on the industry from a regulatory perspective The benefit of telehealth to hospitals and healthcare providers through the COVID-19 months and into the future Key points...

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2019 Hospital and Health Systems Year in Review

Hospitals and health systems are facing consumer demand for innovation, the need to expand and enhance streams of revenue and the push for improved quality, all while navigating changing regulations, federal enforcement, antitrust litigation and business pressures. 2019 saw hospitals and health systems navigate these challenges and more, with valuable lessons for 2020. This Special Report presents some of the key legal actions and trends impacting hospitals, health systems and investors in the space, along with insights on how these developments will impact organizations in 2020. We address, among other topics: 2019’s transformative regulatory changes and legislation, and the legal challenges that followed Financial distress signals, pricing strategies and contracting practices Collaborative Transformation at work in a variety of sectors and the increase in innovation centers Data privacy and cybersecurity challenges impacting the healthcare space Click here...

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Five Questions with a Health Lawyer: Jeremy Earl

Jeremy Earl Partner Office: Washington, DC Years at the Firm: 10 What is your favorite part about practicing healthcare law at McDermott? My favorite part about practicing at McDermott is the challenging and constantly evolving nature of the work. Our clients put trust in us to advise them on their toughest legal questions and business challenges. I don’t take that trust lightly and it is exciting to come to work every day to meet and exceed the high expectations clients rightly have for us. What is the biggest opportunity and greatest challenge facing clients in your area of focus today? I represent managed care companies, which has traditionally meant health insurers and health maintenance organizations (HMOs). Due to legislative and competitive factors, healthcare financing and delivery is rapidly evolving and new models are being introduced to compete with traditional health insurers and HMOs. In 2012, Ezekiel Emanuel and Jeffrey Liebman boldly predicted...

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