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Weathering the COVID-19 Storm: What Home Health Care and Hospice Providers Need to Know About Employment Law and Other Legislative Responses to the Pandemic

5/27/2020



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Weathering the COVID-19 Storm: What Home Health Care and Hospice Providers Need to Know About Employment Law and Other Legislative Responses to the Pandemic

Home care and Hospice

May 27, 2020

Live Webinar

2:00 pm-3:30 pm

1 CE for CEHCH, Nurses, NHA

This webinar will present an overview of issues that Home Care and Hospice employers need to know in this rapidly changing new reality created by COVID-19. Topics will include Emergency Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family Medical Leave under the FFCRA, Ohio and Federal changes to unemployment compensation and attendant challenges, liability issues facing the Home Care and Hospice employers, and the related impact of funding opportunities under the Paycheck Protection Program and the Provider Relief Fund.

Objectives
- Understand employee eligibility for paid sick leave and expanded family medical leave laws, and the health care provider exemption under the FFCRA
- Learn about the expanded eligibility for unemployment insurance
- Identify liability risks arising from COVID-19 in the workplace
- Describe the scope of liability protections under Ohio SB 308 and proposed federal legislation
- Provide an overview of the Paycheck Protection Program and the Provider Relief Fund and discuss considerations related to using those funds for employee expenses



May 27, 2020

Live Webinar

2:00 pm-3:30 pm

Continuing Education Credits:
This program is approved for one (1) hour of credit for nursing home administrators, nurses and CEHCH.

Have a conflict the day or time of the call or just want other shifts to be able to hear the program? This program is being recorded and a link will available. CEs are not available for listening to the presentation.
Tim Cahill, Partner Of Counsel, Health Care Practice Group, Dinsmore & Shohl
Tim has more than two decades of experience in health care-related fields. He has worked as in-house counsel and external counsel for non-profit and commercial health care organizations, health systems, hospitals, physicians and physician groups, and various post-acute care providers. Prior to joining Dinsmore, Tim served as the General Counsel of Adena Health System for close to five years and as Associate General Counsel at Nationwide Children?s Hospital for seven years. Before going to law school, Mr. Cahill was a physical therapist for four years. Currently, Tim is the President of the Society of Ohio Healthcare Attorneys.

Jan Hensel, Partner, Employment Law Practice Group, Dinsmore & Shohl
Jan devotes her practice exclusively to the representation of employers in the employment law arena. She consults with employers of all sizes to help them comply with the myriad of State and Federal employment laws that affect the workplace, including the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Title VII and the Ohio Civil Rights Act. Jan frequently conducts onsite trainings and seminars to ensure that clients avoid employment pitfalls. She works closely with her clients to help them identify issues before they become problems and solve problems after they arise. Jan also has extensive experience conducting complex workplace investigations. She has more than 30 years of experience litigating employment law cases in state and federal courts and representing employers before state and federal enforcement agencies. She has tried cases and presented appeals in state and federal courts throughout Ohio and has represented clients before the Ohio Supreme Court. Jan is a frequent author and speaker on employment law related topics.
CEs & Other Education Requirements:

This program is approved for one (1) hour of credit for CEHCH, nursing home administrators and nurses. Individual attendance will be monitored throughout the call. Only those attending the entire call will be awarded continuing education credit. All participants, regardless of need for credits, may receive a certificate of attendance.
How much does it cost?

Registration Fees:
Members: $0
Non-Members: $35

Registration fees are charged per person. Any additional phone numbers calling in will be billed the individual registration fee.



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