Donald Trump has vowed to eliminate the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and the repeal and replace process has begun. Whatever the outcome—whether an outright repeal or a partial rollback—significant changes would be triggered in existing healthcare law. How will healthcare litigation be affected? Manatt’s new webinar for Bloomberg BNA provides the answer. Key topics that will be covered include:
- The Trump administration’s healthcare positions, policies and priorities—including what we’ve seen in the first weeks and what’s likely to come.
- The latest update on repeal and replace options, strategies and efforts.
- Potential legislative and administrative actions and their impact by type of market, as well as by stakeholder group.
- The impact of eliminating or rolling back the ACA on healthcare litigation.
- The ways that current lawsuits challenging denials of access to care will be affected by partial or complete repeal.
- How existing litigation around coverage of services—such as contraception and transgender surgeries—is likely to move forward under other federal and state laws.
- If and how repeal and replace would affect other key litigation areas, such as fraud and abuse and pharmaceutical litigation.
Even if you can’t make the original airing on March 7, click here to register free and receive a link to view the webinar free on demand.
Joel Ario, Managing Director, Manatt Health
Andrew Struve, Partner, Co-Chair, Healthcare Litigation