Analyzing Possible Refunds: Legal Strategies for Addressing Compliance Issues (On-Demand Webinar)
Date held: 03/07/23
Overview: Responding to an employee reporting a possible overpayment presents a number of legal and psychological issues. Compliance concerns are often based on Manual provisions or local coverage determinations (LCDs), which are not authoritative. It is common for internet research to yield outdated or inaccurate information. This webinar discusses legal and practical strategies for determining whether a billing error actually creates duty to refund, and strategies for interacting with individuals raising compliance concerns. The presentation also features a number of common examples where people have mistakenly concluded a refund is required.
Michelle Frazier, Chief Compliance Officer, Advocate Aurora Health
David Glaser, Attorney, Fredrikson & Byron, P.A
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