Working With Health Care Boards to Mitigate Fraud and Abuse Risk


Date:
 02/01/22
Time: 2:00-3:30 PM ET

Difficulty: Intermediate

Overview: This webinar will provide strategies and insight into the role of health care Boards of Directors with respect to fraud and abuse compliance and compliance programs more generally. Our panelists will compare and contrast their perspectives as OIG lawyer, compliance officer, and outside counsel. Topics covered will include: - The OIG’s guidance documents on the role of health care Boards - Best practices for educating diverse Board members about complex fraud and abuse issues, relevant risks, and compliance issues - Practical tips for interacting with Boards in various circumstances (e.g., internal and external investigations, corporate integrity implementation)

Speaker Information:

  • Laura Ellis, Senior Counsel,  HHS - OIG
  • Thomas Flynn, Chief Compliance Officer, Hackensack Meridian Health SVP,  
  • Bill Mathias, Shareholder,  Bass Berry
  • Stacy Rummel Bratcher, Cottage Health ,Vice President and General Counsel


Continuing Education:

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