Corporate Compliance & Code of Conduct: Fraud, Waste, Abuse & Privacy Laws for Long Term Care Providers
Government agencies have increasingly focused on fraud, waste and abuse by those who who receive payment from federal and local agencies to provide health care. An effective code of conduct is an important tool for health care providers who wish to comply with the various laws and regulations concerning these subjects. Attend this seminar as a vital step in avoiding the pitfalls that abound in today's environment, and bring your key business partners!
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Course Outline (4hrs)
II. Current Legal Environment for Long Term Care Providers
III. Corporate Code of Conduct (Fraud, Waste, Abuse & Privacy)
IV. How do Care Providers (Nurses, Administrators, etc) do the Right Thing?
V. Scenarios and Discussion
VI. Quiz and Course Evaluation
VII. Conclusion and Questions
A. Participants will learn the federal and state laws and guidelines regarding healthcare compliance in general and nursing facility compliance in particular.
B. Participants will learn about all applicable law regarding the anti Kickback statue, the anti-referral laws and other compliance requirements.
C. Participants will learn about the patient confidentiality laws.
D. Participants will be able to describe the major goals of the compliance laws taught and identify the most common situations where issues regarding compliance are encountered.
Healthcare Executives, Board Members, Attorneys, Administrators, Long Term Care Physicians, Long Term Care Contractors, Long Term Care Administrators, Long Term Care Nurses, Other Long Term Care Employees. Nursing Home, Assisted Living, and Residential Care facility staff.
Continuing Education Credits
CA NHAP (1738004-5634) - 4hrs
CA RCFE Administrators (129-0401-22773) - 4hrs
CA GH Administrators (129-0401-22763) - 4hrs
CA ARF Administrators (129-0401-22770) - 4hrs
Michael J. Boldt, NHA, ARM President of BRMS
Nick Merkin, JD, MBA, CHC, CHPC, Chief Executive Officer of Compliagent