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Post date: Wednesday, January 18, 2023

As 2022 has come to a close, it is time for the Health Care Committee to look back on an eventful year (for both the committee and the health care restructuring space as a whole). Although 2022 marked the return of live ABI conferences, the trajectory of the health care industry (and thus the committee’s focus) was still linked to the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftereffects.

Post date: Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Businesses that operate a health care ‎facility, provide health care services, or manufacture, distribute or sell health care products may have multiple operating licenses, certifications and billing provider numbers. Sales of these businesses, including in a bankruptcy, triggers a number of change of ownership (CHOW) regulations from various state and federal agencies.

Post date: Tuesday, January 17, 2023

EDITOR’S NOTE: This interview has been edited for length and clarity.

Q: Jeremy, thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us. Just to get started, we wanted to ask about how you became a chief restructuring officer (CRO). What did your career path look like?

Post date: Thursday, September 01, 2022

Tom, thank you for talking with me. I’ve been doing a lot work on CCRC cases, but it seems like your cases, and in particular I’m thinking about the Amsterdam restructuring, it seems like you get a very positive outcome. And I was wondering, what do you think is necessary for a successful restructuring case?

Post date: Thursday, September 01, 2022
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Whether a lease constitutes a lease of residential property or of nonresidential property can significantly impact the reorganization effort of a chapter 11 debtor-lessee.

Post date: Thursday, September 01, 2022

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, health care organizations received substantial temporary funding relief. [1],[2] As this funding ends, financial difficulties existing prior to this public health emergency are resurfacing and may be more severe.

Post date: Friday, March 12, 2021

Hospitals and health care providers now face intensified pressures arising from the pandemic, with the American Hospital Association reporting that the cumulative impact of such conditions could raise the serious threat of bankruptcy or closure for providers.[1]

Post date: Friday, March 12, 2021

Of all the industries most adversely affected by the global pandemic, the nursing care sector — comprised of both post-acute and long-term-care providers — has suffered greatly. The pandemic presented unthinkable operational challenges to the skilled-nursing sector in particular, resulting in significant adverse financial consequences.

Post date: Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Vast Upheaval to an Already Fragile Ecosystem

Post date: Wednesday, May 27, 2020

While the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act and the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act provided $175 billion in relief funds to health care providers generally, those funds were not devoted solely to hospitals and were distributed based on various criteria that did not correspond to financial need.

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Wed, 2019-05-01

Hospital bankruptcies are on the rise, and rural hospitals are no exception. About 20% of rural hospitals are considered to be at risk of closure nationwide,and the majority of these hospitals are considered essential to their communities.

Fri, 2017-12-01

Hosted by the Health Care, Real Estate, and Technology and Intellectual Property Committees This panel will explore the rapidly changing world of information technology and medical device technology, and how it is transforming the health care system in America. Just as importantly, the panelists will discuss the financial implications and issues impacting health care providers due to the costs associated with these technological changes, and how they are dealt with in the circumstance of a financially distressed health care business.

Fri, 2017-09-08

The panelists for this webinar will discuss the various types of health care cases and the competing interests that arise from a number of perspectives, including debtor, creditor, and provider-side interests. The panel will provide an overview of the uniqueness of bankruptcy health care cases and identify proven strategies to assist practitioners to guide unsecured creditors through these difficult and often complex reorganizations.

Sat, 2017-04-22

This panel hosted by the Asset Sales and Health Care Committees will discuss the Top 10 Issues to Be Aware of When Buying a Health Care Business, and How to Plan for the Inevitable Surprises.

Fri, 2016-04-15

Who Pays the Price for Health Care Insolvencies: the Consumer, the Vendors or the Public at Large?

Sat, 2015-04-18

Hemorrhaging Hospitals: Labor Issues in the Healthcare Insolvency E.R.

Ms. Cynthia Romano
Co-Chair
CohnReznick LLP
New York, NY
(617) 970-7383

Mr. Daniel I. Waxman
Co-Chair
KEWA Financial Inc.
Lexington, KY
(859) 233-0352

Mr. Robert M. Schechter
Communications Manager
Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, P.C.
Morristown, NJ
(973) 889-4127

Mr. Brian Bonaviri
Education Director
Grant Thornton LLP
Charlotte, NC
(704) 632-6815

Ms. Kathleen Allare
Newsletter Editor
Perkins Coie LLP
Chicago, IL
(602) 909-4424

Ms. Samantha Ruben
Special Projects Leader
Dentons US LLP
Vernon Hills, IL
(847) 790-6473

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