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Listen to McDermott’s Health thought leaders share their perspectives on a range of topics impacting the healthcare sector. ©2019 McDermott Will & Emery. All rights reserved. Any use of these materials including reproduction, modification, distribution or republication, without the prior written consent of McDermott is strictly prohibited. This may be considered attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
 
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In this unusual post-pandemic recovery period, the economic signals on which business leaders and policymakers rely to inform their decisions are going haywire. To help answer the difficult economic questions facing healthcare officers, executives and advisors, is joined by , CEO of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, a global outplacement firm, to discu…
 
As the United States Attorney for the District of Hawaii, McDermott partner led a team responsible for representing the United States in a wide array of criminal and civil litigation. On this episode of In the Trenches, he sits down with host to discuss: His military experience and the impact it had on his approach to leadership The importance of r…
 
Board responsibilities for COVD-19 related concerns aren’t over yet—not by a longshot. On this episode of the Governing Health podcast, and special guest , President of Orlikoff & Associates, Inc. and a national advisor on governance and leadership to the American Hospital Association, discuss: COVID-19 focus while pursuing business resiliency Insi…
 
The President’s recently-released budget presents policy and business questions for every industry within the health sector. To help make sense of the potential impact on the health sector, today’s episode of In the Trenches zeroes in on the proposals in the budget related to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). , former Acting Assist…
 
Conversation with a "Lawyer's Lawyer" on Appellate and Executive Branch Advocacy , Associate Chief Counsel at the , is the quintessential lawyer’s lawyer, having served as a Supreme Court Clerk, Associate Counsel to the President, and Deputy Associate Attorney General. On this episode of In the Trenches, , McDermott partner and former Acting Genera…
 
McDermott partner Julian André served as a federal criminal fraud prosecutor for six years in one of the busiest and most dynamic jurisdictions in the United States: the Central District of California. His service spanned the COVID-19 pandemic when the U.S. Department of Justice was ramping up efforts to police frauds on COVID-19 relief programs. O…
 
Driving the Deal Podcast: Restructuring and Bankruptcy Considerations 2020 brought a global liquidity crunch impacting many industries, including healthcare. In this episode of the Collaborative Transformation: Driving the Deal series, McDermott Partner Krist Werling speaks with colleague Felicia Perlman, Partner and Global Co-Head of McDermott’s R…
 
A revitalized focus on antitrust in healthcare has increased healthcare companies’ concerns about their compliance status. On this episode of In the Trenches, , McDermott partner and former Principal Deputy Counsel for the US Department of Health and Human Services, and Antitrust partner , former prosecutor in the Department of Justice Antitrust Di…
 
In this episode of the Collaborative Transformation: Driving the Deal series, McDermott Partner Krist Werling is joined by Neil Krauter, National Practice Leader of Private Equity at Risk Strategies and Founder of Krauter & Company. With a wealth of experience in private equity insurance, Neil explains how private equity funds' needs have changed a…
 
On this episode of In the Trenches, , McDermott partner and former Acting General Counsel and Principal Deputy General Counsel for the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), is joined by , Vice President of McDermott+Consulting and guest , former Senior Counselor in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for a conversation on rulemaki…
 
On this episode of In the Trenches, , McDermott partner and former Acting General Counsel and Principal Deputy General Counsel for the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), sits down with McDermott partners and , two former Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutors with decades of combined experience trying cases and conducting investigat…
 
In this episode of the Collaborative Transformation: Driving the Deal series, McDermott Partner Krist Werling speaks with Barry Freeman, Managing Director and Co-Head of Healthcare at Lincoln International, about current trends and topics surrounding the evolution of healthcare and its impact on private equity. They discuss: > A shifting mindset su…
 
In this episode of the Collaborative Transformation: Driving the Deal series, McDermott Partner Krist Werling is joined by Cheairs Porter and Geoff Smith, Managing Directors at Harris Williams, to discuss key topics surrounding mergers and valuations in the private equity space, including:> Key characteristics of various competitive fund managers a…
 
In the latest episode of the Collaborative Transformation: Driving the Deal series, McDermott Partner Krist Werling is joined by Jeff Woods, Co-Head of Healthcare at EY-Parthenon, to discuss macro trends that are impacting private equity investments in healthcare including:> The impact of deferred healthcare spending on new private equity deal acti…
 
In the latest episode of the Collaborative Transformation: Driving the Deal series, McDermott Partner Krist Werling is joined by Tricia Lebo, Managing Director at Citizens Bank, to discuss opportunities that could spur private equity deals in healthcare. The topics they cover include: > The current state of the debt markets and their impact on PE d…
 
In the third and final episode of our series on public hospital M&A, we discuss key regulatory considerations when executing public hospital M&A and planning for post-transaction success. McDermott partners Emily Cook and Megan Rooney are joined by Rex Burgdorfer, managing director at Juniper Advisory to discuss:> Key regulatory approvals that hosp…
 
Healthcare payors face many potential changes in the coming year, all of which will impact private equity firms’ outlook on the sector. From federal initiatives to growth in value-based care, 2021 promises to bring significant challenges and opportunities.In the second episode of the Collaborative Transformation: Driving the Deal series, McDermott …
 
Despite the pandemic's impact, the volume of healthcare private equity transactions accelerated in the latter half of 2020. Now in a new year with a new administration, investors should expect both new opportunities and challenges to emerge in the healthcare sector. To help navigate the evolving landscape, we're dedicating a series of podcast episo…
 
The rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine to select healthcare providers, employees and patients raises a number of unprecedented questions for hospitals and health systems as both healthcare providers and employers. While some hospitals have been selected as the first to receive and issue the vaccines, others are left wondering how they can protect thei…
 
COVID-19 led to major policy changes impacting how healthcare is delivered and reimbursed but only some of these new policies will endure in coming years. On this episode of the After the Curve Podcast, we discuss how the regulatory landscape and enforcement priorities may shift in both the short and long term as we transition to the post-COVID-19 …
 
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. McDerm…
 
COVID-19 has catalyzed significant changes in the patterns of healthcare delivery, with the potential for long-lasting effects on payors as a result. On this episode of the After the Curve podcast, we discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic may shift the healthcare coverage and payment landscape as well as how it may boost integration among payors and pr…
 
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 de…
 
In this time of crisis, the life science industry has demonstrated remarkable speed, innovation and resilience. In this episode of the After the Curve podcast, our life sciences partners join us to discuss the most promising areas of drug discovery and device development that are emerging from the pandemic and the outlook for the industry in a post…
 
On this episode of the After the Curve podcast, Eric Zimmerman, Mara McDermott and Jessica Roth from McDermott+Consulting join us to discuss how the pandemic has changed the conversation leading up to the November presidential election and how key policy issues will evolve in the months and years to come.…
 
COVID-19 has demanded a rapid shift in the world of telehealth and digital health, resulting in a global embracing of a telehealth and digital health system that is not yet fully developed. On this episode of the McDermott Health podcast, our digital health partners have joined to discuss the future of telehealth and use of digital tools to speed u…
 
The COVID-19 health law briefing you need for the week of June 8. This episode covers:>The Department of Health and Human Service’s announcement of more targeted Provider Relief Funds>Further guidance from CMS on reopening healthcare facilities>New opportunities for stakeholders to help shape healthcare delivery during and after the pandemic…
 
The COVID-19 health law briefing you need for the week of June 1. This episode covers:> Provider Relief Fund update, including the bipartisan letter to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) requesting expedited distribution to healthcare provider and recent updates to the HHS FAQs on the Provider Relief Fund> Centers for Medicare and Me…
 
Public hospitals have a uniquely open relationship to the communities they serve, which invites a level of transparency as they consider potential mergers and acquisitions. So what kind of M&A deal activity options are out there for public hospitals dealing with financial pressures, and how can parties navigate regulatory, financial and public opin…
 
The COIVD-19 health law briefing you need for the week of May 25. This episode covers:> Strategic plan from the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General> Provider Relief Fund FAQs> Republican and Democrat health information privacy bills> White paper on healthcare coverage expansion during the pandemic> HHS’s outline on t…
 
The COVID-19 health law briefing you need for the week of May 18, 2020. This episode covers:> HEROES Act stimulus package and notable changes that health stakeholders should watch from the bill> President Trump's executive order to examine which regulation suspensions should be made permanent > HHS distributes provider relief funds to nursing homes…
 
The healthcare industry is facing significant disruption from new market entrants and technology innovations that have the potential to improve how healthcare is delivered. But how do you tell which innovative technologies and ventures will have a sustained and positive impact, and which are just noise? In this episode of the Collaborative Transfor…
 
Healthcare is facing a time of transformation as regulators, providers and other stakeholders take action to improve care coordination and increase the use of technology to deliver care. Hospital and health system innovation centers are increasingly acting as the catalyst to fuel growth and expansion through technology and data. In this episode of …
 
On this this episode of the Collaborative Transformation podcast series, European life sciences lawyers Emmanuelle Trombe (Paris) and Gary Howes (London) discuss top areas for global collaboration in the life sciences space, the role of technology companies and other new collaboration partners, hurdles to overcome when structuring deals across indu…
 
In an environment of change and uncertainty, health and life sciences organizations are embracing new ways of engaging and working with partners from inside and outside the health sector through Collaborative Transformations. In this podcast, McDermott's health and life sciences partners Kerrin Slattery, Dale Van Demark and Charlie Buck discuss how…
 
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