The Impact of Revenue and Budget Shortfalls in Light of Coronavirus

Diagnosing Health Care Podcast - Episode 2

This Diagnosing Health Care episode focuses on how hospitals are addressing financial strains while also combatting the COVID-19 pandemic on the front lines. The episode is hosted by Timothy Murphy and features Paul Gilbert and Colin McCulloch, all attorneys with Epstein Becker Green. 

Here’s a preview of what you’ll hear:

  • “All of a sudden, we're in a crisis like coronavirus, the pandemic, and we're not prepared. We don't have the resources where we need those resources. And, I think that's what's really causing us to think, step back, and think about what we're doing.” – Colin McCulloch, Member of the Firm
  • “The methods that providers have to try to get them through the pandemic, where their traditional revenues have dropped off, all are also very costly to implement and take some lead time.” – Tim Murphy, Associate
  • "To develop those new capabilities and then to understand how to get paid for them, I think potentially it's a bright spot in a very difficult environment." – Paul Gilbert, Member of the Firm

The Diagnosing Health Care podcast examines the business opportunities and solutions that exist despite the high-stakes legal, policy, and regulatory issues that the health care industry faces.

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