Two Day Conference – All About Compliance.

The Collaborative Compliance Conference
Virtual Only | August 29-30 | Earn CEUs or CLEs

Collaborative Compliance Conference 2023

A two-day deep dive into all things compliance

We will announce our 2023 schedule later this spring. We are working on creating an enriching educational experience for you. Check back later this spring for our agenda announcement.

Here's a glimpse at just a few of the popular topics covered last year:

The Compliance Board
Making sure you meet all the recommendations for an effective compliance program is important — but making sure the compliance program has the proper oversight from a governing board or compliance committee is paramount to its success. This session covered compliance program oversight expectations of boards, best practices in roles and responsibilities as they relate to the board, and lessons learned from boards that did not meet their compliance oversight responsibilities.

Telemedicine Regulations
This session focused on key telehealth regulatory and compliance issues faced by healthcare providers. Topics included key terms, licensure, practice standards, required modalities, prescribing controlled substances, privacy, and coverage and reimbursement. Standards applied during the public health emergency were also addressed.

Effectiveness of Compliance Programs
In this session, we highlighted how to develop, maintain, and monitor compliance policies that are most beneficial to your practice. Through hot spots, benefits, and template use, attendees learned the skills needed to enact a diverse compliance program.

Fraud and Abuse Anti-kickback
This session provided outside counsel perspectives on the Anti-kickback Statute and Stark Law, when they apply, their role in transactional matters from strategic and operational design to implementation, and the life cycle of investigations into allegations of violations of the Anti-kickback Statute and Stark Law. New and interesting enforcement activity was discussed, as well as strategies for responding to government investigations.

2021 E/M Guidelines – Risk Associated with Coding for Time and Compliance Concerns for Medically Relevant History and Exam
This session discussed the new E/M guidelines that went into effect January 1, 2021. We reviewed best practices learned during the implementation of the 2021 E/M guidelines for office and other outpatient services to assist with this new round of revisions. We also discussed areas of risk and how to address them through compliance polices.

Bring your team

Discounted packages for teams.

This gives your department a convenient way to stay current on specialty-specific topics and earn CEUs or CLEs if needed. Contact us today to learn more about special group pricing.

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