The Role of a Patient Care Ombudsman in a Business Bankruptcy

This session will focus on the views of patient care ombudsmen (PCOs) on the quality-of-care issues they routinely confront in chapter 11 cases; how debtor, secured lender and committee professionals react to either support or suppress the findings made by health care experts; in-depth analysis of what constitutes the proper protocol to evaluate quality of care; the differences in the approaches made to the PCO role by a doctor, nurse and/or health care administrator; whether PCOs universally should be doctors, nurses or health care administrators and not lawyers posing as health care professionals; the obligations of PCOs to tell quality-of-care stories without concern for the potential economic impact on an exit strategy in the bankruptcy (i.e., sale, potential loss of license, etc.); the impact of transfer trauma on a change of control arising from a potential sale of the health care business; how the PCO is differentiated from a state long-term-care ombudsman, Medicare and Medicaid surveyors; and the PCO’s role as patient advocate in bankruptcy cases.

Price: $125.00
SKU: 204899
60 mins
Frank P. Terzo, Moderator Nelson Mullins Broad and Cassel; Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Warren J. Martin, Jr. Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, PC; Morristown, N.J., Daniel T. McMurray Focus Management Group USA, Inc.; Tampa, Fla., Dr. Jacob Nathan Rubin Sherman Oaks Hospital; Sherman Oaks, Calif., Jerry Seelig Seelig + Cussigh HCO LLC; Culver City, Calif.
Media: Video
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