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7 Pillars of an Effective Compliance Program for Healthcare Companies: Lessons Learned from a Prosecutor's Perspective

Instructors: Alice H Martin, Michael Rosen
Product ID: 703280
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This healthcare best practices training will discuss the seven recognized pillars that a compliance plan should include and the details that will allow attendees to reduce their company’s potential liability under the Federal U.S. Sentencing Guidelines. Learn from examples of healthcare companies that did not have or follow an effective compliance plan and the resulting civil fines and penalties as well as government oversight and audits that ensued.

Why Should You Attend:

Attend this 60-minute webinar to understand the framework of an effective compliance plan. Attendees will gain a basic understanding of the impact on reducing potential civil fines and penalties and False Claims Act violations under the Federal U.S. Sentencing Guidelines. Learn how to have the right policies adopted across your organization and audit protocols that can be used as an effective compliance tool.

Attendees will hear from a former US Attorney on best practices to stay ahead of the OIG and lessons learned from companies that were not so lucky. Course attendees will also get insight into lessons learned from recent Corporate Integrity Agreements, regulations and recent civil fines and penalties.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Federal U.S. Sentencing Guidelines
  • The 7 Pillars
  • 2014 -2018 OIG strategic plan
  • OIG special advisory bulletin on excluded parties
  • Recent cases of civil fines and penalties
  • Recent Corporate Integrity Agreements
  • Section 6501 Affordable Care Act (Excluded Parties)
  • Cases of enforcement
  • OIG resources for an effective compliance plan
  • Costs for non-compliance

Who will Benefit:

This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all personnel in hospitals, academic medical centers, long-term care facilities, medical offices, practice groups, etc. The following titles will benefit

  • Compliance Officers
  • CEO
  • CFO
  • Privacy Officer
  • Human Resources Officer
  • Healthcare Counsel/lawyer
  • Office Manager
  • Risk Department

Instructor Profile:

Alice H Martin, Esq, founded Martin Compliance Consulting (MC2) in July of 2012 following her service as Corporate Compliance Officer and Chief Privacy Officer for RegionalCare Hospital Partners (2010-2012) and U. S,. Attorney (2001-2009) where she headed a nationally recognized Health Care Fraud Task Force. She is a former Alabama Circuit Court Judge. She received her J.D. from the University of Mississippi, and her B.S. in Nursing from Vanderbilt University. She is licensed to practice law in Alabama, Mississippi & Tennessee. She is certified in healthcare compliance (CHC) and healthcare privacy (CHPC). She is active in the HCCA and the American Health Lawyers Association. Ms. Martin is currently appointed as a Deputy Attorney General in Alabama and provides legal counsel to the Department of Examiners of Public Accounts in its implementation of Alabama's Recovery Audit Statute

Her experience as U. S. Attorney provides a unique prospective into the manner in which law enforcement and regulatory agencies build civil and criminal health care prosecutions and how your compliance program is evaluated in light of U. S. Sentencing Guideline mandates. She has experience in negotiating non-prosecution agreements, deferred prosecution agreements as well as Corporate Integrity Agreements having led the criminal prosecution of HealthSouth Corporation and 15 corporate officers and oversight of its $350M qui tam settlement. MC2 assists in internal investigations, compliance and privacy program development, compliance effectiveness reviews, and interim compliance officer (ICO) services.

Mr. Michael Rosen, Esq has been in the healthcare technology and risk mitigation industry for over 20 years. n 2009, he co-founded ProviderTrust, Inc, a Nashville based healthcare technology firm specializing in the automation of OIG exclusion monitoring of providers and vendors in real-time while also tracking internal requirement policies and verifying healthcare licenses. In 1995 Mr. Rosen co-founded and led the international pre-employment background screening and identity theft restoration practice of Kroll, Inc., a division of Marsh McLennan (NYSE; MMC). He is a licensed Attorney and Private Investigator and is active in HCCA, AHCA and is an active blogger on the topic of healthcare compliance.

Mr. Rosen graduated from the University of Texas and from the University of Memphis Law School.

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