Join youCompli and Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney for a special webinar on:
Not Just Another OIG Work Plan Webinar
The OIG work plan was just released. Providers should be evaluating its impact on their plans for next year. Knowledge of the work plan allows your organization to prepare and ensure that you are meeting the main areas of compliance. This reduces your risk from poor outcomes when an oversight authority audits your organization.
This Session will focus on the following:
- Practical down to earth insight into the purpose structure and development of the work-plan;
- Reading between the lines in the projects; and
- Practical points on how to read and respond to a work plan (who, what and why).
Substantive topics to be discussed specific to this year’s work-plan:
- Disproportionate share payment;
- Provider based vs. free standing status; and
- CMS validation of hospital submitted quality reporting data.
Bob Ramsey, Esq.: Mr. Ramsey, III is a shareholder in Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney’s Healthcare Section and represents healthcare providers in a variety of regulatory, transactional and reimbursement matters. In the transactional area, Bob has represented clients in an array of innovative projects, including the formation of accountable care organizations (ACOs) and the structuring of bundled payment arrangements that qualify for payment under various CMS demonstration projects. He also has represented clients in the formation and operation of numerous joint ventures. In addition, Bob counsels clients regarding regulatory and compliance matters, including issues related to the Stark law, the Anti-Kickback Statue and the False Claims Act. His clients include healthcare systems, hospitals, post-acute providers, dialysis facilities and specialty pharmacies.
John Steiner, Esq.: Mr. Steiner has over 30 years of practical healthcare-focused compliance and legal experience. As a Senior Counsel for the American Hospital Association, he served as an advocate for the national trade organization. Mr. Steiner has held senior compliance roles with The Cleveland Clinic, UK Healthcare in the University of Kentucky and Cancer Treatment Centers of America. He is a national speaker on health law and compliance topics. He also is a nationally recognized author and editor of a variety of health care and compliance publications.