Symposium on Healthcare Fraud Investigations

884L08-WAS.gif Healthcare Fraud Blog publisher, Robert David Malove, has been invited to attend the American Conference Institute’s Symposium on Healthcare Fraud Investigations. This is a one-of-a-kind event you won’t want to miss. The Symposium will be held Monday, March 31, 2008 to Tuesday, April 1, 2008 at The Latham Hotel Georgetown, Washington, DC. Reserve your space today by calling 888-224-2480 or by faxing your registration to 877-927-1563, or online. Be sure to register before spaces are filled for this unique event.
The challenge of obtaining full comprehension of the complex and constantly changing, laws and regulations governing Medicare and Medicaid is well documented. Nonetheless, in the current environment of ever increasing government scrutiny of the healthcare industry, there is no room for error. With staggering settlements extracted to date and the increased potential for criminal penalties, it is imperative that you fully understand the implications of every statement and action you, your client, and employees of your institution make when you are the target of an investigation into Medicare and Medicaid practices.
American Conference Institute has created this program specifically to address the challenges being faces by the healthcare industry today. Led by an exceptional faculty packed with current and former Medicare and Medicaid regulatory and enforcement officials, senior compliance and audit professionals, and white collar experts, this event will prepare you for any queries, formal inquiries, and investigations. By the end of the Symposium on Healthcare Fraud Investigations you will be thoroughly grounded in liability-limiting approaches for:
* Providing voluntary disclosures that will help to mitigate penalties
* Navigating the ins and outs of provider financial agreements in violation of the evolving Stark laws and anti-kickback regulations
* Determining the consequences for refusing to waive attorney-client privilege for specific types of information requested by investigators
* Mobilizing your internal audit function to detect misconduct in Medicare and Medicaid practices
In addition, to complete your overall conference experience, be sure to attend the post-conference workshop, Ensuring the Effectiveness of Your Compliance Program in Light of Changing Regulations. Our expert panel of healthcare compliance professionals will provide you with the best practices for conducting an annual audit of the healthcare compliance program and the best ways to incorporate new regulatory developments into the existing program.
For additional information visit: www.americanconference.com/healthcare_fraud