About this Webinar
With the public health emergency (PHE) ending and COVID-19 remaining part of the healthcare landscape, new questions on the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) program’s ability to provide liability protection for health centers in a variety of circumstances have been raised.
Join us as we review the opportunities of a program designed to provide professional liability protection for health centers and staff after numerous gaps were exposed during the pandemic. This session will cover lessons learned from our response to a national PHE and critical components of the FTCA program that need clarity and improvement.
Join us on Tuesday, June 20, to gain:
Partner, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP
Molly Shuttleworth Evans is a partner at Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP and practices in the health care group. For the last 20 years she has assisted community health centers with regulatory, transactional, corporate compliance and risk management matters. Molly also regularly counsels health centers on Section 330 program compliance, FTCA, nonprofit governance, patient privacy and confidentiality. Molly previously served as in-house counsel at a large community health center in Washington, D.C. As in-house counsel, Molly had primary responsibility for identifying and managing the legal risk issues, as well as for providing legal advice in the areas of transactional and regulatory health care, corporate compliance, employment and risk management, including patient safety.