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K&L Gates Triage: The Impact of Allina — Potential Limitation on CMS’s Ability to Recoup Overpayments

A HUB Talks Podcast

Date: 27 February 2020

In this week’s episode, Adam Cooper discusses the Supreme Court’s decision in Azar v. Allina Health Services, as well as a related memorandum issued in late 2019 by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) that addresses the ways in which the Allina decision augmented notice and comment rulemaking requirements with respect to certain types of regulatory guidance issued by CMS. In particular, Mr. Cooper discusses the ways in which the Allina decision and the CMS memorandum may limit CMS’ ability to cite certain regulatory guidance as a basis for enforcement actions. Presenters: Adam Cooper

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