Register at HFMA Northern California WebEx
DATE & TIME
Wednesday, May 17, 2017 12:00 – 1:00 pm PDT
Lori Laubach, CHC, Principal, Regulatory Compliance Practice, Moss Adams LLP
Lori has been dedicated to the health care industry since 1990 and has served private sector and not-for-profit organizations. She has served in a number of roles with clients including overall responsibilities as project manager for regulatory compliance monitoring of integrated hospitals, multi-specialty clinics, single-specialty clinics, and mental and community health centers. She has assisted clients with the design, implementation, and monitoring of their regulatory compliance plan and development of their annual work plans—including the design and implementation of coder quality assurance validation reviews. She also possesses an excellent understanding of CMS requirements, coding validation methodologies, extrapolation, regulatory compliance standards, risk assessments, and HIPAA.
Judy Waltz, Partner, Foley & Lardner LLP
Judy provides ongoing compliance counseling and Medicare/Medicaid coverage and payment advice to clients that include clinical laboratories, hospices, pharmaceutical and device manufacturers, county health systems, hospitals, durable medical equipment suppliers, clinical laboratories, dialysis companies, skilled nursing facilities, ambulance companies, pharmacies, managed care providers, and a variety of other health care related entities. She has negotiated several false claims act settlements and corporate integrity agreements, and assisted clients with audits, payment suspensions, pre-pay reviews, proposed CMPs, self-disclosures, billing privileges revocations and other enrollment disputes, and other administrative enforcement actions. Prior to joining Foley & Lardner in 1998, Judy served as assistant regional counsel for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in San Francisco, where she primarily handled CMS (then HCFA) Medicare issues. She has been and is currently recognized by Chambers as an outstanding healthcare attorney for California, and in 2007 was named by Nightingale’s Health Care News as an outstanding healthcare fraud and compliance attorney. In 2012, she was recognized by the Legal 500 for her work in life sciences and in 2015 for health care services.
Federal and state regulatory agencies continue to emphasize that it is the responsibility of healthcare providers to disclose overpayments as part of overall compliance process and programs. A lot of uncertainty exists about how to comply and the related risks. In this webinar, we will discuss those risks and help you understand when the clock starts ticking and when reporting should be considered.
Those attending the webinar will learn the following:
- Understand the regulations for the government’s 60-day refund rule implications
- Identify risks to your organization
- Clarify when the 60-day clock starts ticking
- Learn what other organizations have implemented
***This online education event will use a ONE-WAY AUDIO BROADCAST through the participants’ computer speakers. A computer sound card and a headset or speaker is required. Participants have the ability to request for an audio connection by phone during the live broadcast.
Participants can communicate with the host, speaker and panelists using tools such as the chat box and Q&A.***