2019 Q2 Healthcare Enforcement Roundup Webinar

Overview


Frequent regulatory and policy changes, increasing government scrutiny and private whistleblower activity pose greater risks to healthcare organizations more than ever before. McDermott’s Q2 Healthcare Enforcement Roundup Webinar strives to help healthcare leaders understand the ever-changing laws, rules and guidance, anticipate problems and proactively develop solutions.

Our team of seasoned attorneys will discuss the current climate of healthcare enforcement activity and offer insight to help you prepare for what may be coming next.

You Will Learn

  • DOJ Guidance on Compliance Programs & Cooperation Credit
  • New HHS Rule and Enforcement Focus on Provider Religious/Conscience Opt-Out Rights
  • Increased Enforcement Against Home Health Agencies
  • Continued Focus on Telemedicine
  • Federal Enforcement to Combat Opioid Crisis
  • Expansion of FCA Statute of Limitations

As always, CLE will be available for those who attend the webinar, and you can always find our archived reports and webinars here. Attendees will receive a copy of McDermott’s Q2 Healthcare Enforcement Roundup Report immediately after the webinar. To read the latest in health care litigation and compliance documents subscribe to our FCA Update Blog. If you have any questions, please contact Kristina Repko.

Registration Information

Time

1:00 – 2:00 pm (EDT)

Webinar

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