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Avoid Legal Investigations and Stay out of Trouble

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Wednesday, November 20, 2019
1:30 - 2:30 PM ET
12:30 - 1:30 PM CT
10:30 - 11:30 AM PT



 
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Stay out of trouble. Avoid legal investigations. Register now to gain access to this RACmonitor webcast, led by healthcare attorney David Glaser, and the learn about the OIG Work Plan, recent government investigations, and other legal issues that could embroil your facility.

Price: $229.00

Price with Selected Options: $229.00

Product Code: AR112019


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Using the Work Plan produced by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG), together with knowledge of recent government investigations, plus 27 years of healthcare regulatory experience, nationally recognized healthcare attorney David Glaser explores issues that hospital and clinic compliance professionals should consider as they work to stay out of trouble. In addition to breaking down government enforcement and investigation trends, David will examine common misunderstandings of well-known billing rules, difficult nuances of more obscure rules, and the often-overlooked details in forms and certificates, providing you with practical tips that will lower the chance your organization will face an investigation.

Register now for this RACmonitor webcast and learn proactive steps to out of trouble in 2020.

Why This is Relevant:

Because the cost of defending an investigation is significant, even if the defense is successful, recognizing proactive steps to lower the likelihood that your organization faces an inquiry is a good use of resources

Learning Objectives:

By attending this webcast, led by healthcare attorney David Glaser, you will…

  • Learn lessons from recent False Claims Act cases and government investigations;
  • Gain valuable insight into the OIG Work Plan
  • Understand the government's enforcement priorities and
  • Recognize pitfalls in CMS forms, including 855 enrollment forms

Who Should Attend:

CEOs, CFOs, auditors, coders, physician advisors, chief financial officers, RAC coordinators, compliance professionals, case managers, UR staff, chief medical officers, social workers, and revenue integrity and revenue cycle specialists.