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2016 Compliance Institute presentations and handouts

Tuesday

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General Compliance and Hot Topics

Long-Term Care

Privacy & Security

Physician Compliance

Compliance Lawyer

Auditing & Monitoring

Internal Audit

How to Succeed as a Compliance Professional

Quality of Care

Advanced Discussion Groups

Session

Title/Description

Speakers

General Sessions | 8:40 am - 9:40 am 


GS3

OCR Update: The Director’s Perspective

  • Policy and Guidance
  • Compliance and Enforcement
  • Outreach and Education

No presentation or handout available

Jocelyn Samuels, Director, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office for Civil Rights (OCR)


General Sessions | 9:40 am - 10:25 am


GS4

Four Generations in the Workplace and What it Means for Your Compliance Program

  • Understanding what the generations are
  • Learning the key differences in motivations and aspirations among them
  • Communicating effectively with each generation

Presentation (1 slide/page)

Cam Marston, President, Generational Insights



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Break Out Sessions | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm


501

General Compliance and Hot Topics

Is Your Policy Management Program Ready for Growth?

  • Hear from one of the largest health care providers in the country about how they have structured their policy management program to ensure it is scalable
  • Identify the strategic goals of your program to ensure it’s built to align with your organization’s growth goals
  • Avoid the pitfalls of a program that’s stuck in the past, and get a checklist of must-have elements that will set you up for success

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Josh Kunz, Director, Strategic Solutions, Sales, NAVEX Global

Steven Hartranft, System Director, Risk Management Loss Prevention, Memorial Hermann Health System



502

General Compliance and Hot Topics

The Stark Trifecta: How Legal, Compliance, and Outside Counsel Work Together on Stark Compliance

  • Understand the risks posed by any financial relationship between an hospital and a physician group, and how even well-intentioned arrangements can cost you millions
  • Learn how to develop and implement a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary program to prevent and detect Stark violations at your facilities
  • Be prepared to take action once Stark issues are identified, including conducting an internal investigation and making repayment or disclosing to CMS via the SRDP process

Presentation (2 slides/page)
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Meaghan Moriarty, Senior Associate General Counsel, Allina Health

Thomas S. Schroeder, Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels

Tracey Stanich Witherow, Manager, Compliance & Regulatory Affairs, Allina Health



503

Long-Term Care

PEPPER for Home Health Agencies and SNFs: Practical Applications for Compliance

  • Understand how to read and analyze your PEPPER to guide auditing and monitoring
  • Discuss areas under focus including outliers
  • Ways to use your last PEPPER, along with other facility Medicare Utilization data, to anticipate where you will land on your next PEPPER

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Handout 1

Kimberly Hrehor, Director, TMF Health Quality Institute Victor Kintz, Vice President of Operations, Polaris Group



504

Privacy & Security

Collaborating with Business Associates on Compliance

  • Creating, obtaining and reviewing satisfactory assurances of the vendor relationship and the impacts to your organization
  • Fulfilling the responsibility of due diligence without constant oversight and management of a vendor
  • Deciding whether it is a corrective action plan or termination for a vendor that falls short of compliance

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Christine M. Duprey, Owner, Caris Consulting, LLC



505

Physician Compliance

It’s All About That E/M, No Treble

  • Understand the E/M components and the role they play to improving clinical documentation and compliance with coding levels
  • Typical key areas of E/M deficiencies will be discussed and examples provided for improvement
  • Discussion of time based E/M, medical necessity vs medical decision making, clarity with severity and defensive documentation

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Maggie M. Mac



506

Compliance Lawyer

Managed Care Fraud: Enforcement and Compliance

  • Medicare C—Emerging trends
  • Risk Scores—What are you certifying?
  • Medicare D—What’s happening in this $70 billion program

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Pamela Brecht, Attorney/Partner, Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, LLP

Wendy Weiss, Managing Director, Navigant



507

Auditing & Monitoring

Need a Compliance Blueprint? Constructing a Comprehensive Real Estate Compliance Work Plan Designed to Address Your Organization’s Risk

  • Understand the current environment and regulatory considerations for real estate compliance in health care
  • Conduct a compliance risk assessment for your organization’s real estate interests and identify who needs to be at the table
  • See and share examples of communications, templates, and tools to help improve the overall health of the real estate compliance program at your organization

Presentation (2 slides/page)
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Handout 1
Handout 2

Kathryn J. Dever, Vice President, Corporate Compliance, Carolinas HealthCare System

Ashley Pearson, Associate General Counsel, Carolinas HealthCare System



508

Internal Audit

Examining Compliance from an Internal Audit Perspective

  • Learn how to identify compliance risks
  • Provide sample approaches for compliance audits
  • When to use Data Analytics in a compliance audit

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Beth A. Schindler, Internal Audit Director, Houston Methodist



509

How to Succeed as a Compliance Professional

Doubling Down on Compliance: Working With Your Board to Maximize the Win!

  • Understand a Board member’s fiduciary duties with respect to the compliance program
  • Evaluate different methods of educating the Board on the regulatory environment and future risks
  • Get tips on what to report to the board and how

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Steve Lokensgard, Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels

David B. Orbuch, Executive Vice President, Optum

Katherine Matos, Senior Counsel, Office of Inspector General-U.S. Department of Health and Human Services



510

General Compliance and Hot Topics

Navigating Your Way Through Clinical Management Agreements

  • Background and Overview: provide audience with an overview of management agreements, as well as their structure, including benefits, performance standards, targets, and tasks
  • Regulatory Considerations and Pitfalls: review the various regulations that impact these agreements (Civil Monetary Penalties, FMV, Anti-Kickback Law) as well as discuss potential pitfalls when entering into these types of agreements
  • Best Practices for Effective Collaboration: discuss best practices for effective collaboration between the provider(s) and hospital

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Handout 1
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Valerie Cloud, Assistant Regional Corporate Responsibility Officer, Physician Enterprise Corporate Responsibility Officer, Catholic Health Initiatives



511

General Compliance and Hot Topics

Compliance Risks & Hot Topics in Pharmacy Law

  • Recent developments related to the scrutiny of the provision of gifts, discounts, and other rewards to pharmacy customers
  • Government scrutiny through DEA enforcement activity and compliance strategies
  • Review of Medicare and Medicaid audit initiatives, compliance risks, and other hot topics

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Selina Coleman, Sr. Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright

Daniel Fitzgerald, Senior Counsel, Pharmacy Law Department, Walgreen Co.



AD2b/repeat

Advanced Discussion Groups

 Examining Different Methods for Auditing Research Compliance

  • Review methods for how human subjects protection is audited
  • Explore processes for auditing clinical research billing
  • Learn about peer compliance program’s efforts to audit research compliance

No presentation or handout available

Ryan Meade, Director of Regulatory Compliance Studies, Loyola University Chicago School of Law


AD3b/repeat

Advanced Discussion Groups

Pointers and Pitfalls in Managing Work-Life balance, Stress, and Burnout in the Compliance Profession

  • Raise awareness of work-life balance and burnout through interactive discussion with the participants attending this session
  • Discuss key findings from the 2012 survey that HCCA and SCCE conducted of its members which revealed that compliance professionals are under extreme stress and are at a significant risk of developing burnout
  • Through group discussion and interaction, we will introduce strategies to help to avoid burnout through practicing work-life balance as well as guidelines to facilitate early detection of burnout

No presentation or handout available

Robert Ossoff, Maness Professor of Laryngology and Voice, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Shawn DeGroot, Global BPM, Compliance Officer, Navigant



AD4b/repeat

Advanced Discussion Groups

The Partnership of Risk and Compliance

  • Discuss the primary differences between the roles of risk and compliance
  • Identify the key areas where risk and compliance can gain synergies in their functional activities, e.g. risk assessments, planning, training, communications, auditing and monitoring, etc.
  • Discuss metrics for identifying return on investment for this partnership

No presentation or handout available

Sheryl Vacca, SVP/Chief Compliance & Audit Officer, University of California



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Break Out Sessions | 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm


601

General Compliance and Hot Topics

Preventing Readmissions Through Compliant Patient Transitions

  • Easily transitioning a patient through sub-acute and home care is difficult enough for vertically integrated delivery systems. How do you maintain patient satisfaction while remaining compliant when the providers are separate entities?
  • The speakers represent three separate providers who routinely collaborate to provide efficient and effective care to their patients as they transition from the acute care setting to home. Interaction and oversite at multiple levels is necessary
  • Case studies illustrate steps taken to ensure compliance when various entities are responsible for patient care. Risk areas to be discussed include medication reconciliation, privacy/security, and compliance with federal and commercial payer requirements

Presentation (2 slides/page)
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Michael P. McKeever, Director, Internal Audit, Saint Peter Healthcare System

Deborah L. Carlino, Director of Healthcare Compliance and Audit, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Melanie A. Sponholz, Chief Compliance Officer, Home Solutions



602

General Compliance and Hot Topics

Third-Party Vendor Compliance Programs: The Value, the Need, the Risk

  • Explore the added value and business advantage for healthcare entities in partnering with third-party vendors that have established a robust and proactive compliance program
  • Assess opportunities and inherent risks associated with third-party vendors conducting proactive compliance/risk assessments of themselves and their clients
  • Learn where third-party vendors as business associates may trigger contractual and regulatory reporting obligations for their clients

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Presentation (3 slides/page)

Corey M. Perman, Vice President, Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer, Accretive Health, Inc.

Brian Annulis, Partner, Meade Roach & Annulis, LLP



603

Long-Term Care

Learning the Lessons From Fraud Enforcement Efforts in Home Health and Hospice

  • Healthcare fraud enforcement efforts are on the rise and will continue to be. Learn what lessons you can from the previous investigative and enforcement efforts in Home Healthcare and Hospice
  • The Government’s approach to investigating healthcare fraud is mirroring the old playbook from narcotics investigations. Learn what you should know to protect your clients, your business, and yourself
  • Enforcement efforts will continue through the long-term care community and the ancillary service providers. Learn why who you work with is more important than ever!

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Handout

Mark Silberman, Partner, Duane Morris, LLP



604

Privacy & Security

Prescribing Privacy

  • Framing the issues: Selecting an appropriate framework to address your business needs is crucial for sustaining compliance at any organization. However, multiple frameworks do not solve multiple issues
  • Business Needs and Industry Trends—Insights from the Field: Understanding the current drivers that inform framework development can help prepare you for what lies ahead
  • The New “One Size Fits All” Framework for Healthcare: A singular framework could become the new solution for privacy and security and how Third Party Assurance services could provide solutions

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Kenneth P. Mortensen, Senior Managing Director, Cybersecurity & Privacy, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Ellen Giblin, Privacy Officer, Boston Children’s Hospital

Michael Parisi, Director, HITRUST Lead, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP



605

Physician Compliance

Doubling Down on Physician Transactions: The Role of the Compliance Officer

  • “We’re thinking of hiring a doctor, should we call the Compliance Officer?” Yes! Compliance’s role starts at the beginning of the process, not after it’s too late
  • Evaluating the practice. Orienting physicians to compliance and what they and their staff can expect
  • Effective auditing and monitoring techniques to evaluate contract performance from a compliance perspective

Presentation (2 slides/page)
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Joseph A. Piccolo, VP, Corporate Compliance, Inspira Health Network



606

Compliance Lawyer

Self-Disclosure: How to Avoid it, or If You Can’t, How to Do It Right

  • Analyze situations where conventional wisdom mistakenly suggests self-disclosure is necessary.
  • Examine critical issues in conducting internal investigations and making an overpayment refund or voluntary disclosure
  • Review the benefits and risks of self-disclosure, strategic considerations in deciding whether to disclose to the OIG, CMS, DOJ or the MAC, and recent settlements and enforcement trends

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David M. Glaser, Shareholder, Fredrikson & Byron PA

Tony Maida, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery

Lisa Re, Chief, Administrative and Civil Remedies Branch, Office of Inspector General-U.S. Department of Health and Human Services



607

Auditing & Monitoring

Panel Discussion: Gaming the System!

  • Are your employees completely honest? Learn some techniques for monitoring integrity
  • Using the COSO framework may increase confidence in internal controls to mitigate risks
  • Hotline Promotion: Encouraging employees to report misconduct and using metrics to promote an ethical culture.

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Walter E. Johnson, Director of Compliance & Ethics, Kforce Government Solutions

Cindy Hart, Audit Manager, Chan Healthcare, LLC Dawn E. Lambert, Chief Privacy Officer, IASIS Healthcare

Adam K. Weinstein, Vice President for Regulatory Affairs, New York-Presbyterian/Queens



608

Internal Audit

Clinical Auditing: Quality Matters

  • Evaluate your performance relative to peers in implementing evidence based protocols
  • Recognize the growing importance of an effective Quality and Performance Improvement Plan
  • Identify trends in clinical process reliability based on evolving regulatory requirements

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Moderator:
Rebecca Welker, Vice President, Audit, Crowe Horwath, LLP

Trish Mueller, Lead Clinical Auditor, CHAN HEALTHCARE

Kelly Smith, Internal Auditor, CHAN Healthcare Carrie Castleberry, Infection Prevention Manager, St. Vincent’s Health System



609

How to Succeed as a Compliance Professional

Hear No Evil, See No Evil: 10 Ways to Proactively Identify Compliance Issues in Your Organization      

  • If all is quiet in your organization, does it mean all is well?
  • Strategies to engage your workforce and create a culture of compliance
  • Discussion of proactive best practices

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Megan Micaletti, Service Area Compliance Director, Dignity Health-Southern California

Rebekah Leifer Rushton, Facility Compliance Professional-HIPAA, Northridge Hospital Medical Center


610

General Compliance and Hot Topics

340B Audit Experiences from 2015: What We Learned from Over 50 Audits!

  • Top five best practices for 340B Compliance
  • Experience from over 50 Annual Independent Audits
  • Experience from being on-site with 10 HRSA 340B audits

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Robert Nahoopii, President, Turnkey Pharmacy Solutions

Rich Bucher, VP, Turnkey Pharmacy Solutions


611

General Compliance and Hot Topics

Legislative Update

  • Update on Administration and Congressional efforts to reform the Medicare audit and appeals system including discussion of recent DC Circuit Court decision in AHA v. Burwell
  • Overview of Congressional actions to potentially reform the Stark law and what that means for providers
  • Policy initiatives currently underway in Congress including those involving chronic care policy, Medicaid reforms and other issues likely to still be considered in the 114th Congress

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Presentation (3 slides/page)

Kimberly Brandt, Chief Oversight Counsel, U.S. Senate Finance Committee, Majority Staff



AD5b/repeat

Advanced Discussion Groups

Privacy Officer & Researcher: The Reluctant Partnership

  • What are the differences in HIPAA requirements in the research world?
  • What are the HIPAA requirements that are the same as in the clinical world, but still a challenge for researchers and their covered entities?
  • How does a privacy officer become their researchers’ best friend?

No presentation or handout available

Joan Podleski, Compliance Professional



AD6b/repeat

Advanced Discussion Groups

Legal Counsel and Compliance Relationship

  • Identify when legal counsel should be considered to respond to compliance and privacy issues
  • Explore the factors, benefits and challenges to using legal counsel
  • Learn from experiences of other participants how to use legal counsel effectively

No presentation or handout available

Darrell Contreras, Chief Compliance Officer, Millennium Health


AD7b/repeat

Advanced Discussion Groups

Strategies for Managing Potential Overpayments and Compliance with the 60-Day Rule

  • Discuss 60-day rule developments, including CMS’s rulemaking and enforcement developments
  • Explore compliance challenges for providers attempting to navigate the 60-day rule in the face of real-world obstacles
  • Share practical strategies for meeting these challenges, including approaches to monitoring and reporting potential overpayments

No presentation or handout available

Sara Kay Wheeler, Partner, King & Spalding


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Break Out Sessions | 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm


701

General Compliance and Hot Topics

Drug Diversion Prevention, Detection and Response: The Compliance Professional’s Role

  • Learn about the essential components of a drug diversion program
  • Understand regulatory requirements for controlled substance security and diversion response
  • Examine how to conduct a diversion investigation and learn about the latest trends relating to DEA involvement

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Kimberly New, Executive Director, International Health Facility Diversion Association

John Burke, President, International Health Facility Diversion Association



702

General Compliance and Hot Topics

CIAs: Tips on Avoiding, Complying and Negotiating Them

  • This program will discuss the current state of CIA’s and the environment surrounding imposing, negotiating and review of recent enforcement initiatives by both HHS OIG and DOJ.
  • Address some of the current hot topics in negotiating CIA’s as well as real life examples demonstrating the impact these issues have had on various healthcare providers. Learn how to avoid a CIA and what additional requirements
  • You will learn what role the OIG vs. DOJ plays in imposing CIA’s

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Michael Rosen, President, ProviderTrust Inc

Lisa S. Rivera, Member, Bass, Berry & Sims PLC

Susan Gillin, Deputy Branch Chief, Office of Inspector General-U.S. Department of Health and Human Services



703

Long-Term Care

Civil Rights Compliance for Patients: What You Need to Know and How to Help Your Facilities Comply

  • What is the Law?
  • Recent Enforcement Actions in Healthcare
  • How to implement a program and monitor program compliance

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Laurie L. Loftis, Compliance Director, Genesis Healthcare

Sue A. Smith, Corporate Compliance Director, Genesis HealthCare Corporation

          


704

Privacy & Security

Big Brother Meets Joe Friday: Privacy Monitoring and Necessary Investigation

  • Privacy monitoring and follow up investigations take many forms
  • Once your privacy monitoring reveals something irregular, how do you decide to investigate, where do you start. which documents do you review, who do you interview
  • An overview of an established and formal procedure for conducting investigations as part of a developed privacy monitoring program

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Brian Callihan, Director of Special Projects, Sutter Health

Christine T. Jensen, Privacy Investigations Manager, Sutter Health



705

Physician Compliance

Physician, Heal Thyself

  • Identify specialty specific behaviors and missteps which have led to physician compliance troubles
  • Describe scenarios and type of people who may blow the whistle on non-compliance
  • Demonstrate methods for mitigating and correcting physician non-compliance before it’s too late

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

C.J. Wolf, Senior Compliance Executive, Healthicity



706

Compliance Lawyer

Kickback and Stark Law Developments

  • Learn more about the new Stark exceptions finalized under CMS’s 2016 Physician Fee Schedule
  • Stay up to date on recent OIG kickback guidance—learn about recent advisory opinions, fraud alerts, and fraud and abuse waivers for certain CMMI models
  • Hear practice tips from key cases and settlements, including Halifax Health, Tuomey, North Broward, Adventist, and Columbus Regional—what have we learned? What does “takes into account” the volume or value of referrals really mean?

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Robert Wade, Partner, Krieg Devault LLP

Meredith Williams, Senior Counsel, Office of Inspector General, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Charles Oppenheim, Partner, Hooper Lundy Bookman, PC



707

Auditing & Monitoring

Are You Auditing and Monitoring Quality? Audit Targets and Techniques

  • Auditing Quality: Lessons from quality monitoring for over 3,000 physicians and entities
  • Unusual but Key Quality Failure Indicators: Assessing Quality from Loss Runs, NPDB Reports, and Medical Incidents
  • Examine Quality Auditing from a Physician / Attorney and Compliance Officer’s Combined Perspective

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

D. Scott Jones, Senior VP, Risk Management & Corporate Compliance, HPIX

Richard E. Moses, Physician/Attorney



708

Internal Audit

Conducting an Internal Compliance Survey

  • The importance of conducting a comprehensive and effective internal compliance survey to measure the effectiveness of your compliance program within your organization
  • Properly implementing a survey within your organization to ensure the maximum level of participation and to determine the best type of survey to help reduce your department’s cost and time in conducting a survey and fits your organization’s culture
  • Utilizing your compliance survey findings to effectively analyze your survey results and trends to drive process and outcome improvements within your organization

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Ahmed Salim, Regional Compliance Officer, Presence Health, Co-founder Comply Guys

Sumeera Arshad, Compliance and Quality Assurance Analyst, Solano County



709

How to Succeed as a Compliance Professional

Let Me Introduce You to MORT

  • Particularly useful to Compliance and HIPAA professionals who are looking for an effective tool to identify sources of risk and ways to mitigate risks to acceptable levels
  • Learn how to use the Management Oversight and Risk Tree as a tool that can help drive the effectiveness and consistency of risk area assessment and risk reduction
  • Learn how to apply MORT in a manner to some specialized areas which are constantly challenging Compliance and HIPAA professionals such as in the areas of Work Plan design and data and privacy concerns

Presentation (2 slides/page)
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Handout

Frank Ruelas, Facility Compliance Professional, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, Dignity Health



710

General Compliance and Hot Topics

Taking Advantage of the ACO Waiver: Doing It the Right Way and Avoiding Substantial Risk

  • Taking advantage of the ACO waivers to achieve the “triple aim” and the organization’s objectives
  • The limits of the ACO waivers; are they really “get out of jail free” cards?
  • Making sure an ACO’s waiver disclosures meet the requirements of these exceptions to the traditional fraud and abuse restrictions

Presentation (2 slides/page)
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Handout 1
Handout 2
Handout 3

Stephen H. Siegel, Of Counsel, Broad and Cassel



711

General Compliance and Hot Topics

Navigating through the Incident-To Requirements and Split Shared Services

  • Understanding the Incident-To Guidelines and the necessary documentation
  • Discussion on Split Shared Services and the requirements for billing
  • Discussion on the Use of Mid- Level Providers in the clinical Outpatient setting

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Marcella Alaniz, Compliance Analyst, Sutter Health



AD8b/repeat

Advanced Discussion Groups

Accountable Care Organizations: Compliance Readiness

  • The role/scope of the compliance officer in an ACO
  • Compliance framework to support the evolving model
  • Governance challenges and opportunities

No presentation or handout available

Jenny O’Brien, UnitedHealthcare Chief Compliance Officer, UnitedHealthcare

Rebekah Latchis, Corporate Responsibility, Bon Secours Health System




AD9b/repeat

Advanced Discussion Groups

Program Operational Components: Monitoring and Safeguards

  • Discussion of the routine monitoring processes of your Compliance Program
  • Share ideas on how to identify and develop program safeguards
  • Come prepared to share your most effective compliance tools

No presentation or handout available

Al Josephs, Senior Director, Compliance Operations, Tenet Healthcare Corporation

Jawanna King, Regional Compliance Director, Tenet Healthcare Corporation



AD10b/repeat

Advanced Discussion Groups

Compliance and Quality: Complement or Antagonist

  • Discuss methods to collaborate together for improved outcomes
  • Is there a productive tension between the two functions
  • Strategize on ways to improve communication and collaboration

No presentation or handout available

Lynda Hilliard, Healthcare Compliance Professional, Hilliard Compliance Consulting


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