Webinar: Impact of COVID-19 on Behavioral Health Industry: News and Views You Can Use

a laptop, cell phone, and stethoscope. 'Impact of COVID-19 on Behavioral Health Industry: News and Views You Can Use'
  • Date Recorded: March 26, 2020
  • Presenters: Balch & Bingham
  • Length: about 1 hour, 20 minutes
  • Price: free
  • Questions/Concerns: [email protected] | 888-958-2282

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COVID-19 has challenged every kind of business, including those in the behavioral health field. Balch & Bingham LLP, a national law firm serving diverse clientele including the behavioral health industry, will present a panel discussion from experts across their practice areas on the impact of COVID-19, how response efforts affect all industries, and practical considerations affecting the behavioral health industry. The program is a hard hitting survey of current and wide-ranging issues divided into concise, ten minute segments. Each segment is be focused on answers to FAQ, practical steps you can take, and up-to-the-minute information on legislation and issues on the following topics:

 

  • Second Coronavirus Response Act: What You Need to Know as an Employer: Pepper Crutcher, Labor & Employment
  • Current State of Telehealth Regulations and Requirements: Bea Tolsdorf, Healthcare
  • Business Interruption Insurance Claims: Steven Corhern, Insurance Coverage Litigation
  • Businesses in Crisis: Practical Steps You Can Take Now: Jeremy Retherford, Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy
  • Phase 3 Stimulus Package: Current Update and Answers: Conrad Anderson, Litigation

 

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Behavioral Health Association of Providers is a national trade membership association that provides education and advocacy for behavioral healthcare providers and related entities. Formerly known as the American Addiction Treatment Association, BHAP is the leading and unifying voice of addiction-focused treatment programs.

 
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Balch & Bingham LLP is a full service law firm recognized for its exceptional understanding of regulated industries, including the behavioral health industry, and its deep experience serving them across a full range of practice areas. Balch & Bingham LLP has formed an inter-disciplinary practice team focused on anticipating and meeting the broad range of needs in the behavioral health industry.

 
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Southworth Associates provides intervention, compliance monitoring, and sober companion services nationally. For more information contact them at 1-866-460-9014 or visit them on the web.

 

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Presenters

Walter H. Boone

Walter H. Boone

Walter H. Boone is a trial lawyer thirty years of experience in litigation, and leads Balch & Bingham’s multi-disciplinary team focused on the behavioral health industry.

 
Pepper Crutcher

Pepper Crutcher

Pepper Crutcher is a partner in the Labor & Employment Practice Group, and advises and advocates for a wide range of private sector employers on many issues facing employers, including FMLA, Title VII, ACA, OSHA, and immigration.

 
Bea Tolsdorf

Bea Tolsdorf

Bea Tolsdorf's practice focuses on healthcare regulatory and compliance work. She provides advice to clients ranging from individual practitioners to large hospital systems on a wide variety of issues including Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement, issues related to certificate of need, federal and state licensure and certification, professional board licensure, audits, and compliance issues such as HIPAA, the False Claims Act, Stark and Anti-Kickback.

 
Steven Corhern

Steven Corhern

Steven Corhern focuses on complex and appellate litigation. His experience centers on business disputes including but not limited insurance coverage rights, opinions and litigation. He has defended class actions in both state and federal courts and handled appeals on many issues, including insurance coverage litigation.

 
Jeremy Retherford

Jeremy Retherford

Jeremy Retherford practices in the firm’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Practice Group, representing primarily lenders and other creditors. Jeremy’s practice focuses on rights and remedies after default, negotiation and resolution of complex business disputes, and business litigation.

 
Conrad Anderson

Conrad Anderson

Conrad Anderson is a tech-minded trial attorney who litigates all manner of business disputes. Much of his time is spent defending class action lawsuits, often on behalf of banks and others in the financial industry. Currently, Conrad works with the firm’s Governmental Relations Practice Group to monitor legislative and executive action resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak.

 

Webinar: Impact of COVID-19 on Behavioral Health Industry: News and Views You Can Use

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Links of Note

In the slideshow, there are several links for more information. Here they are in one area:

We here at BHAP are also compiling various COVID-19-related resources in relation to behavioral health, updating it when we can.

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A national trade membership association that provides education and advocacy for behavioral healthcare providers and related entities.

We are the leading and unifying voice of addiction-focused treatment programs.

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