Telemedicine Series Part II: Enforcement Trends in Telehealth (On-Demand Webinar)

Date: 03/26/24

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Overview: There have been a lot of flashy news reports regarding telehealth fraud in the last few years, but what is really going on? In a post-COVID world, what are the real problems with employing telehealth technology to deliver medical care? In this webinar, the panelists explore current trends in criminal and civil telehealth enforcement to better understand provider risks and mitigation strategies. The panelists discuss government priorities, recent cases, OIG reports, and the 2022 OIG special fraud alert regarding telemedicine.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Understand the state of telehealth in the US and government enforcement priorities.
  • Review recent telehealth fraud cases.
  • Explain action steps telehealth providers can take to mitigate risk.

Speaker Information:

Jody ErdfarbPartner, Wiggin and Dana, LLP

Jacob FosterPrincipal Assistant Chief Fraud Section, Criminal Division, United States Department of Justice

John G. MartinOf Counsel, Garfunkel Wild, P.C.



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