The Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Task forces are cracking down on providers who receive federal funds. When the feds come knocking they've made it clear they'll be looking for your compliance plan. Is yours up to snuff? A good compliance plan is not just a set of policies and procedures that you put on your shelf and refer to when something bad happens. It should involve regular training because your employees need to know the policies and procedures.
Get a head start on your compliance plan -- and employee training -- right now by attending this 1-hour audioconference with healthcare attorney and topic expert Robert W. Markette. He'll not only cover the key elements every hospice facility's compliance plan should have, but he'll show you how to keep your plan current and effective.
Here’s a sampling of the details you’ll learn:
Have additional questions? You have the floor with the speaker during an interactive Q&A!
Who should attend? Hospice administrators, billing staff, managers, directors, officers, compliance officers, and in-house counsel.
Your registration includes:
For more than a decade, Robert W. Markette, Jr., CHC, has focused his practice on representing home health, hospice, private duty and DME providers in all aspects of their operations. With more than a decade of experience in working with these industries, Robert has developed a reputation for understanding the operational, compliance and legal/regulatory issues facing homecare providers.