CMS withdraws vaccination requirements for healthcare workers | JD Supra

Reed Smith

Nearly two years after issuing its final interim rule requiring COVID-19 vaccination for certain health care workers, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) has issued a final rule addressing several regulations regarding vaccination, i COVID-19 testing and education requirements in healthcare settings. In summary, the rule eliminates the COVID-19 vaccination requirement for staff … Read more

Consequences of Schutte-Proctor: Tips for the Healthcare Industry | JD Supra

Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

In one of the most watched False Claims Act (FCA) cases in years, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled on June 1 that in determining intent under the statute, courts must consider the state of mind of the defendant at the time of filing a claim with the government, and not on some objective standard of … Read more

The law aimed at improving the framework for French health centers has finally been published! | JD Supra

Hogan Lovells

[co-author: Saliha Rhaimoura] The French law n° 2023-378 of May 19, 2023 on the supervision of health centers has finally been published in the Journal Officiel. The text, which reached consensus, was adopted without substantial changes. This text is the result of a politically motivated desire to regulate health centers, following various health scandals. The … Read more

ODH Finalizes Revised Health Services Rules | JD Supra

Epstein Becker & Green

The Ohio Health Services rule reviews have been underway since last September as part of a five-year review of Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3701-84 by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). Without much publicity, the finalized rules went into effect on May 15, 2023. “Health Care Services” include: (1) adult cardiac catheterization; (2) open heart … Read more

Breaking down the health care impact of the tax liability law | JD Supra

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

The Fiscal Responsibility Act, the result of intense negotiations between the White House and the Republican leadership of the House, suspends the debt limit and outlines cuts in public spending. The legislation passed its first hurdle on Tuesday, passing the House Rules Committee by a narrow margin. After the rules committee, the legislation is expected … Read more