Fraud and Compliance Year in Review (2023): Looking Back, Planning Ahead (On-Demand Webinar)

Date: 01/10/24

Closed captions are available.

Overview: In this webinar, our panel discusses critical trends and developments in health care fraud and abuse, compliance, and enforcement in 2023. Topics covered include recent government enforcement initiatives, Stark and Anti-Kickback developments, self-disclosures and settlements, trends, and changes in the industry that will impact health care organizations and their contracting and compliance efforts in 2024.

Learning Objectives:

  • The audience will learn about key case law trends from 2023 to prepare them for risk assessment and analyses in the new year.
  • The audience will learn about trends in DOJ/OIG compliance guidance to prepare for 2024.
  • The audience will learn about developments impacting enforcement under the physician self-referral law, Anti-Kickback Statute and beneficiary inducement.

Speaker Information:

Jason Mehta, PartnerFoley & Lardner

Nicholas Alarif, PartnerMcDermott Will & Emery

Laura Laemmle Weidenfeld, PartnerJones Day



Kristin Carter, Senior CounselJohns Hopkins Health System


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Also available from AHLA: AHLA's Health Care Fraud Settlement Index