With more than 100,000 lives claimed by COVID-19 in the United States to date, the pandemic has placed an unprecedented strain on our national health care system. The surge that descended on our nation's health care facilities in mid-April exposed major weaknesses in the system as a whole. Now, hospitals, providers, and insurance companies have the opportunity to work toward a future where we're more prepared to face the challenges brought on by a major public health crisis—and the legal community will be a key player in shaping that future.
Phillip Greer, CEO of Best Lawyers, moderates a panel of two health care law attorneys to discuss the legal issues hospitals and health care providers are facing as a result of COVID-19.
Partner, Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff
Recognized by Best Lawyers in Health Care Law since the 13th Edition
Frank is Chair of the Benesch Healthcare+ Practice Group and a member of the Corporate & Securities Practice Group. Frank is experienced in advising clients in health care and other regulated industries on transactions including, reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, recapitalizations, divestitures, strategic alliances, joint ventures, and capital financings including private equity and venture capital funding. His practice focuses on counseling individuals and entities engaged in the health care industry on business and regulatory matters.
Rebekah N. Plowman
Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory
Recognized by Best Lawyers in Litigation - Health Care since the 22nd Edition
Rebekah is a partner in the Health Care practice and member of the Hospitals & Health Systems and Post-Acute & Long Term Care industry teams. She is an essential resource for health care regulatory legal issues to hospitals and health systems, hospice, home health, and other post-acute care providers, diagnostic imaging, ambulance, and other suppliers, device manufactures, private investors, and other institutions that invest in or support the health care industry.