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The Anatomy of Whistle Blowing in Healthcare


Wednesday, October 25, 2017
1:30 - 2:30 PM ET
12:30 - 1:30 PM CT
10:30 - 11:30 AM PT


 

Whistleblower lawsuits are one of the government's most effective tools for prosecuting healthcare fraud. Last year alone, the government recovered more than $2.9 billion as a result of lawsuits initiated by whistleblowers. The whistleblowers themselves received more than $519 million in rewards for their help in exposing government fraud. The continued rise in whistleblower cases shows no signs of abating and healthcare professionals and consultants need to remain vigilant to fraud enforcement trends.


Price: $229.00


Product Code: R102517


  

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What's the life cycle of a typical whistleblower-initiated lawsuit from its inception to conclusion and the mechanics for how such cases work, including the financial reward to which successful whistleblowers are entitled?

And what are the legal protections afforded whistleblowers in the workplace? And how should employers treat whistleblowers who have made protected disclosures regarding wrongdoing?

For one of the most provocative webcasts ever produced by RACmonitor, this extraordinary presentation by nationally recognized whistleblower attorney Mary A. Inman is a must-attend event for healthcare professionals and consultants who must remain vigilant and well-informed about healthcare fraud enforcement trends in Medicare, Medicaid, and Tricare.

Learning Objectives:

From this session you will...

  • Gain a fundamental understanding of how whistleblower-initiated lawsuits work.
  • Understand the protections that whistleblowers are afforded in the workplace, including protection against retaliation and other adverse employment actions, and learn strategies for the treatment of employees who make protected disclosures in the workplace.
  • Learn what makes for a successful versus unsuccessful False Claims Act case.
  • Gain an understanding of current and historic trends in healthcare fraud enforcement including fraud in Medicare Part C (risk adjustment upcoding, fraudulent expansion of service area), STARK and anti-kickback violations, plus E&M coding, coding for sepsis, tax-and-match schemes regarding federal contributions to state healthcare and more.
  • Learn about developing trends in healthcare fraud enforcement including new areas where one can expect to see more healthcare fraud enforcement