The Coronavirus Public Health Emergency (PHE) is coming to an end. What happens now?


What happens to the Healthcare Industry once the Coronavirus Public Health Emergency (PHE) comes to an end? In this workshop we will share insights with hospital staff, from the front lines to the executive level, as to what is looming on the horizon as the healthcare industry transitions to a landscape no longer dominated by COVID-19. The discussion will include a review of the flexibilities, waivers, and financial forgiveness the industry has experienced as a result of the PHE, as well as some of the more significant Congressional activity that will impact all hospitals.

Angela Sorbelli, J.D., LL.M, MBA, CHC

Vice President of Regulatory Affairs

Key takeaways:

  • Current waivers that will immediately trigger revenue Impact
  • Auditor issue lookback potential
  • Future forecasted of COVID-related patient care, Medicare Sequestration and the Obama-era “Pay-As-You-Go” Act
  • On the plus side…the new corporate 15% minimum tax rate (c/o the inflation reduction act) will benefit many hospitals

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