March 26-29, 2017

Crowe is proud to sponsor the HCCA’s 21st Annual Compliance Institute this spring.

Event Details

Crowe Horwath LLP is proud to sponsor the HCCA’s 21st Annual Compliance Institute this spring. We invite you to stop by booths 714-716  to learn more about our deep specialization in healthcare compliance and risk management services, and for a chance spin the roulette wheel to win great prizes.

Presenters

201: Compliance Today, Effectiveness Tomorrow: The Necessary Steps to Success
  • Bret S. Bissey, Senior VP Compliance Services, MediTract Inc.
  • Kenneth Zeko, Senior Vice President, CHAN Healthcare
  • Sean R. McKenna, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig LLP
  1. Explore the evolution of the healthcare compliance market over the past 20 years through a first-hand perspective of landmark investigations and settlements, while making preparations for increased risk that will be prevalent in the future.
  2. Learn about significant developments in the compliance marketplace in recent years, including the Yates Memo, updated OIG and DOJ guidance, and Supreme Court FCA rulings as well as how to implement leading practices to mitigate against an enforcement action.
  3. Compliance problems are ubiquitous and should be proactively addressed with an effective compliance program. This discussion will focus on the tools to “sell” your program, demonstrate its effectiveness, and protect your entity against increasing risk.
P16:  Compliance Investigations 101: CO Toolbox Essentials
  • Walter E. Johnson, Director of Compliance and Ethics, Kforce Government Solutions
  • Dawn E. Lambert, Chief Privacy Officer, IASIS Healthcare
  • Cindy W. Hart, CPA, CHC, CPC, Compliance Professional
  • Adam K. Weinstein, Vice President for Regulatory Affairs, New York Presbyterian/Queens
  1. Interviewing basics: strategies to get the information you need from employees; why covering privacy, security, HR, and legal aspects are important during and after the interview
  2. Partnerships: knowing when to engage the legal department for establishing privilege and possibly IT to collect substantial evidence; HR is a powerful ally and often, management tool
  3. Using SBAR (and other tools) to document the investigation using clear, concise, and legible structure
P21 Achieving 340B Program Integrity
  • Chris Wasik, Consulting Manager, CHAN Healthcare
  • Jerry E. Lear, Senior Vice President, CHAN Healthcare
  1. Identify areas to consider as part of your 340B compliance monitoring program, including suggested audit procedures that will provide a full picture of your current program and areas for potential optimization.
  2. Discuss the HRSA and manufacturer audit process while also identifying best practice strategies to adequately prepare.
  3. Present the most frequently identified audit issues, root causes, and potential action plans to mitigate the risks moving forward.
P19 Compliant Physician Documentation and Coding in an Electronic Medical Record
  • Kimberly G. Huey, President, KGG Coding & Reimbursement Consulting
  • Sandra K. Giangreco, Coding Compliance Audit Senior Manager, CHAN Healthcare
  1. CMS documentation guidelines were developed before the widespread use of electronic medical records (EMR), yet these guidelines are still the standard by which physicians document and code. This session will highlight the challenges of documenting in EMR.
  2. Review the results of governmental and private payer audits as they relate to electronic documentation.
  3. Provide strategies for compliant documentation in an electronic medical record, including having discussions with vendors, educating providers, and responding to audits.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact Danielle Morabito.

Location

National Harbor, MD

March 26, 2017 - March 29, 2017
All Day

National Harbor, MD

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