Government audits of safety net hospitals and federally-funded clinics participating in the 340B drug discount program have been intensifying since the launch of the 340B audit program by Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) in 2012. Plus, congressional scrutiny of the program has increased dramatically. In such a scenario, what are you doing to comply with the latest regulations, so that your 340B drug discounts are not at risk?
Catch up on the current political and enforcement landscape of the 340B program, and find out how best to meet the regulatory and operational demands with industry veteran William Von Oehsen. Learn how to navigate the 340B program – including audit, corrective action and self-disclosure requirements. Understand how federal and state policies are increasingly restricting how 340B hospitals and clinics can bill and be paid for 340B drugs by the Medicaid program. Get up to speed with the billing and reimbursement guidance from CMS governing Medicare Part B payment to 340B hospitals, as well as the latest legislative and regulatory developments regarding potential reform of the program.
After attending this information-packed webinar, you will be able to prepare for and respond to a 340B audit by HRSA, and appeal an adverse audit finding by HRSA. You will know how to address every element of a compliant corrective action plan, and assess whether to self-disclose based on whether a violation is “material.” You will understand the option of carving in/out Medicaid drugs from a covered entity’s 340B program, and know how to assess the risks and benefits of carving in/out with respect to Medicaid fee-for-service and managed care drugs. Plus, you will be able to comply with Medicare Part B billing and reimbursement requirements applicable to 340B hospitals, and know how to anticipate 340B reform measures under consideration by Congress and the Administration
At the end of the session, you will receive handouts, including a sample HRSA audit data request, corrective action plan template, Apexus guidance on evaluating “materiality”, and sample corrective action plan close-out letter.
Here’s a taste of what you will learn:
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William Von Oehsen is a Principal in Powers, Pyles, Sutter and Verville, P.C., a law firm specializing in health care law and policy. Mr. Oehsen has more than 25 years’ experience on pharmaceutical pricing and reimbursement matters, including those involving the 340B drug discount program, the Medicaid drug rebate program, Medicare Part D, Robinson-Patman, and state Medicaid and pharmacy laws. He helped establish and serves as outside counsel...
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