Fraud and Abuse Bootcamp, Part III: The Beneficiary Inducement CMP (On-Demand Webinar)

Date: 06/15/22
Time: On Demand


The 2022 Fraud and Abuse Bootcamp Webinar Series will guide health care counsel through the Stark Law, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and the Civil Monetary Penalty (CMP) Law in their current state now that health care reform has been fully implemented. The webinar panelists will discuss how these updated laws and regulations impact health care providers. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the fraud and abuse framework and will leave the series with practical compliance strategies.   


The federal Civil Monetary Penalties (CMP) law prohibits certain inducements to beneficiaries that are likely to influence the ordering or receipt of items or services payable by federal health care programs. Part III of this series will provide an overview of the CMP beneficiary inducement prohibition, including the overall framework, interpretations, potential areas of enforcement risk, and lessons learned from the trenches. Topics covered will include:

  • An Overview of the CMP Beneficiary Inducement Prohibition
  • Key Definitions, Including Remuneration, Items or Services, and Nominal Value
  • Exceptions and Best Practices
  • Strategies for Compliance

Speaker Information:

Stewart Kameen, CounselBass Berry & Sims PLC

Elizabeth Isbey, Deputy Branch Chief, Industry Guidance Branch, DHHS Office of the Inspector General

Robin Ludlow, SR. Attorney, Ascension

Raul Ordonez, III, Associate Vice President, Compliance, Jackson Memorial Hospital


Herd Midkiff, CVA,  Partner - Consulting Services, JTaylor

This webinar is sponsored by the JTaylor

Company logo JTaylor

Continuing Education:

On-Demand Webinars are not included in AHLA Premium or other membership levels.
AHLA is now offering Continuing Education Credit for On-Demand Webinars held after March 2021. This is a 90-minute webinar. Credits earned for a 50 minute state are 1.8 CLEs, and 1.5 CLEs for a 50 minute state.

CPE: AHLA is a registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. AHLA is seeking CPE credits for live and on demand webinars. The maximum number of credits available is 1.8.