Epstein Becker Green’s Diagnosing Health Care podcast episode, “The End of the Public Health Emergency – What’s to Come?” was featured in The Chicago Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel It’s All Hearsay! podcast, “The End of the Public Health Emergency—What's to Come with Epstein Becker Green.” 

The episode is hosted by Amy Lerman, Jenny Nelson Carney, and Daniel Fahey, attorneys in the Health Care & Life Sciences practice.

Following is a summary:

It's All Hearsay! The podcast where lawyers give current news, practical tips and real stories on legal issues relevant to in-house attorneys - hosted by The Chicago Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel  (ACC). In this episode, from the Epstein Becker Green podcast series Diagnosing Health Care, Amy Lerman, Jenny Nelson Carney, and Dan Fahey discuss the expiration of the Public Health Emergency and the impact that it will have on health care providers and organizations.

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