Spencer Fane Partner Julie Roth will provide an overview of hospitals’ obligations under the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) to hospital senior-level administrators, attorneys, clinical management, and risk and quality managers at an upcoming Kansas Hospital Assocation (KHA) Noon Briefing webinar:
Wednesday, December 6
Noon – 1:00 pm
Register here: https://registration.kha-net.org/
Julie will specifically address how an individual’s location affects a hospital’s EMTALA duties, and will cover topics including:
- What is considered to be “hospital property” for purposes of EMTALA;
- How is EMTALA triggered when a patient presents elsewhere on hospital property;
- How does provider-based status affect EMTALA obligations; and
- When does EMTALA apply to a patient who has been referred to an Emergency Department or other hospital department for a test?
You can view the brochure for the presentation here.
The Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) is a federal law that requires anyone coming to an emergency department to be stabilized and treated, regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay.
KHA is a voluntary non-profit organization existing to provide leadership and services to our members. KHA is the lead organization in a group of companies and affiliates that provide a wide array of services to the hospitals of Kansas and the Midwest region.
Julie Roth helps healthcare providers through a variety of transactional and regulatory matters. She represents large health systems, hospitals and physician practices, and counsels clients on the sale, acquisition, and development of complex joint ventures.