Join us on September 13 for a webinar in which we will discuss responding to a government investigation and specifically responding to a CID.Continue Reading Register Now | How to Respond to a Civil Investigative Demand Webinar
The Supreme Court recently released important opinions that will shape False Claims Act investigations and litigation for years to come. Continue Reading Register Now: The Supreme Court and the False Claims Act Webinar Replay
Bass, Berry & Sims released its 11th Annual Healthcare Fraud & Abuse Review in early February 2023. As a companion to the Review, we hosted a complimentary webinar which provided an overview and discussion of key focus areas covered in the Review.
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Please join us for the 8th Annual Nashville Healthcare Fraud Conference hosted by Bass, Berry & Sims and the Tennessee Hospital Association. Eligible for more than seven hours of CLE credit (including ethics), this complimentary program will take place on December 8th in Nashville (full day). The conference will be broadcast virtually the mornings of December 15th and 16th.
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Watch the recording of our latest webinar, in which our panel of national healthcare fraud and abuse attorneys will discuss how to disclose a Stark Law violation to CMS.
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Join us for a webinar in which Matt Tormey, EVP Compliance and Risk, Chief Compliance Officer, Ensemble Health Partners, moderates a discussion with two former OIG officials in Bass, Berry & Sims’ healthcare practice group focusing on how, when, and why to submit an advisory opinion request.Continue Reading Healthcare How-To Instructional Webinar Series: How to Request an Advisory Opinion (and Why)
I am looking forward to speaking on a panel at the ABA’s 2022 Virtual Civil False Claims Act and Qui Tam Enforcement Institute titled “Hot Topics 2022: Focus on AKS/Stark” on June 9, 2022 from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST. I will be joined by Gejaa Gobena, Partner, Hogan Lovells, Jennifer Verkamp, Partner, Morgan Verkamp, and Ro Srinivas, Senior Trial Counsel, Department of Justice, Civil Division, Commercial Litigation Branch (Fraud Section).
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Earlier this year, Bass, Berry & Sims released the 10th annual Healthcare Fraud & Abuse Review examining important healthcare fraud developments in 2021.
As a companion to the Review, we will replay a complimentary webinar on Tuesday, April 5, 2022, from 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. ET / 12:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. CT / 10:00-12:00 a.m. PT, which will provide an overview and discussion of key focus areas covered in the Review.Continue Reading Register Now: Healthcare Fraud & Abuse Annual Review Webinar Replay | April 5 at Noon CT
Read the most recent issue of the Healthcare Fraud & Abuse Annual Review.
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Bass, Berry & Sims and the Tennessee Hospital Association hosted the Seventh Annual Healthcare Fraud Conference on December 1 and 2. The virtual conference featured more than 40 speakers and 500 attendees from over 40 states and the District of Columbia.
“The healthcare industry remains under intense scrutiny, making it more important than ever for providers to stay up to date on the latest developments concerning the FCA and fraud and abuse,” said Brian Roark, chair of the Bass, Berry & Sims Healthcare Fraud Task Force. “This conference examines those developments, provides practical solutions, and forecasts the most pressing issues ahead for healthcare providers.”
Topics Covered During Conference
Day 1 sessions covered conducting effective investigative interviews, navigating privilege issues in investigations, building effective compliance programs, navigating challenges posed by whistleblowers, understanding recent Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute developments, and False Claims Act self-disclosure considerations.
Day 2 kicked off with a review of the past year’s key healthcare fraud developments and looked at the future of the False Claims Act. Other sessions covered litigating healthcare fraud enforcement cases, provider relief fund audits and investigations, navigating contractor audits and administrative enforcement remedies, and hot topics in healthcare fraud. The day concluded with a 90-minute healthcare fraud hypothetical.
Click to access a recording of the conference. On-demand CLE is available for those that are interested.Continue Reading Seventh Annual Healthcare Fraud Conference Highlights Key Risk Areas and Enforcement Developments for Healthcare Providers