Will your business have to go through the new Office of Health Care Affordability (OHCA) reporting regime for material healthcare transactions? What would such a filing involve, and how long would it take to complete the process? Those questions will be among key discussion items addressed in Sheppard Mullin’s upcoming webinar on February 7, 2024, co-sponsored with America’s Physician Groups and Moss Adams LLP. As we have highlighted in our blog series[1] on SB 184 and OHCA throughout the past year, OHCA’s recently finalized cost and market impact review (CMIR) regulations set forth the framework for OHCA’s authority to receive advance notice of and review a large scope of healthcare transactions in the coming months, reflecting a dramatic change to California’s healthcare regulatory landscape moving forward. Please tune in to this important webinar where our knowledgeable presenters will present an overview of the key components and practical considerations surrounding this new law, including:Continue Reading Webinar: New OHCA Rules Requiring Notice and Review of Material Healthcare Transaction

The status of the independent dispute resolution (IDR) process under the No Surprises Act (NSA) is ever-evolving. Providers are waiting on the sidelines as cases weave their way through the court system. While the IDR process is currently on hold, it is incumbent on providers, payors, and individuals to remain vigilant and stay abreast of the forthcoming changes.Continue Reading Sheppard Mullin Webinar – No Surprises Act: Litigation Update and Recent Guidance