In a Law360 article, health care counsel John Saran and associate Jaclyn Freshman analyzed how state laws that regulate health care costs, access to care and quality standards are now a material consideration for national health care deals.
The authors explain that Oregon, California, Nevada and Washington are among a number of states becoming increasingly involved in reviewing health care transactions occurring within and outside their states. They note that emerging state laws may have the unintended consequence of delaying the implementation of value-based health care and related programs that rely upon provider networks that are appropriately scaled to manage population health.
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