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The Government Enforcement Official and Chief Compliance Officer: Learned Experiences on Pro-Active Initiatives to Mitigate and Minimize Risk

Posted By: Katie Regan / October 15, 2015

Sunday, October 25 | 10:45-12:15 pm

The Government Enforcement Official and Chief Compliance Officer: Learned Experiences on Pro-Active Initiatives to Mitigate and Minimize Risk

Alec Alexander,Partner, Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson

Bret Bissey, Senior Vice President, Compliance Services, MediTract, Inc.

Edward Crooke, Senior Counsel for Healthcare Fraud, U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division

 

  • Every Investigation and settlement has a history of something that could or should have been done proactively. Hear of investigations, settlements and other experiences from the speakers about what could have been done different.
  • The relationship between the government and the provider. What is the government looking for from a provider? What approach should the provider take in dealing with a government inquiry – DPA or CIA?
  • The negotiation activities which surround a Settlement Agreement or CIA can be pressurized and subsequently result in an agreement that may contain flaws or inaccuracies. Who should be negotiating the CIA for providers? What elements is the government looking to have contained in these agreements?
  • Board Governance is a critical component of a compliance program. How does the government review a Board’s activity and involvement in the program From a compliance officer perspective, what initiatives can be taken to make sure your Board is “on-spot” with their obligations?

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