Join the American Health Lawyers Association in Baltimore for the Institute on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues. Parker Poe’s Matt Wolfe will be providing an overview of ACA-Related Litigation and Impact of New Administration at a joint luncheon sponsored by AHLA’s Behavioral Health Task Force and AHLA’s Health Care Reform Task Force on March 30.
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The legal landscape for False Claim Act (“FCA”) cases recently shifted when the United States Supreme Court announced its decision in Universal Health Services, Inc. v. U.S. ex rel Escobar, No. 15-7, 2016 WL 3317565 (U.S. June 16, 2016) (“Escobar”). Whistleblowers (also known as relators) and health care providers alike have been eagerly awaiting this decision. Although each side hoped for a bright-line ruling, what they got was something of a mixed bag. In Escobar, the Court resolved a split in the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals over the application of the “implied certification theory” of False Claims Act liability.Read More
The Federal Lawyer, a national magazine by the Federal Bar Association, just published an article by one of Parker Poe’s health care attorneys. The article looks at the implications of a recent Supreme Court decision and explores how Medicaid providers can still challenge rate cuts.
The article is available here.