Do you know what it takes to formulate a complete compliance plan? If not, you could be setting yourself up for accusations down the road. Check out this “business model” information you need to create a top-notch compliance plan.
In addition, compliance requirements will impact your Medicaid patients as well. State Medicaid plans must require providers and suppliers to establish a compliance program that contains the same core elements that HHS, in consultation with HHS-OIG, eventually will establish with respect to the Medicare program. Therefore, even doctors who see no Medicare patients but do see Medicaid patients will be subject to mandatory compliance program requirements that will come from their state Medicaid plan.
The Department of Health and Human Services will likely be developing the compliance program's elements over the next year or more, but in the meantime, you should continue to pursue your practice's compliance objectives by creating a compliance plan tailored to your needs. This audio conference can give you an edge.
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Who should attend? Anyone that performs compliance responsibilities.
- Thomas J. Force
Ester Horowitz is founder of M2 Power Inc, and serves as practice marketing & business advisor for the medical industry working with doctors, chiropractors, LCSWs and other health professionals. She helps implement marketing & business actions plans within the professional codes of ethics, HIPAA, and fraud and abuse compliance obligations.
Ms. Horowitz is an author and speaker for organizations such as MGMA, Healthleaders Media, Aspen Media, Texas DO, Lee... More Info
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