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Handouts - 2017 - Regional - Charlotte

Charlotte Regional Conference
March 17, 2017
Charlotte, NC

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Provider Issue Spotting: Case Study Session

Susan Fradenburg, Partner, Smith Moore Leatherwood
Allyson Labban, Partner, Smith Moore Leatherwood

  • Challenge yourself to spotissues not found in a compliance audit designed to find those issues.
  • How good are you at identifying issues when they are exposed in casual conversation or office chatter?
  • This module will use everyday scenarios to expose compliance issues and challenge you to recognize and identify them, and the panelists will discuss how to address them.

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Conflicts of Interest

Katie Dever, Vice President, Corporate Compliance, Carolinas HealthCare System
Jennifer Bottoms, JD, Conflict of Interest Coordinator, Corporate Compliance, Novant Health

  • High level overview of conflicts of interest – definition, why it is important to a compliance officer, and examples of common conflicts of interest disclosures
  • Explore how our organization handles consulting agreements as well as family relationships
  • Discussion of how a conflict of interest is submitted and the determining factors that cause a conflict of interest disclosure to be presented to committee review

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MACRA: What it means for you and your organization

Claudia Douglass, Deloitte & Touche LLP
​​​​​​​Maureen Demarest Murray, Partner and Health Care Group Leader, Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP

  • Obtain an understanding of MACRA and the two new paths for payments under the Medicare physician fee schedule, Alternative Payment Models (APMs), and the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System
  • Consider the key implications of MACRA across the organization and areas of focus for compliance leadership, including strategic, financial, operational, reporting and technical considerations,
  • Review a case study of a healthcare organization’s response to MACRA, including performance and quality measurement and reporting

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Compliance Education

Carrie Cavanaugh, Director, Corporate Compliance, Carolinas HealthCare System
​​​​​​​Loree Simmons, Education Coordinator, Corporate Compliance, Novant Health

  • Briefly review compliance education as one of the 7 elements of an effective compliance program.
  • Discuss the considerations for a compliance education program that covers a wide array of care locations: acute care, post-acute care, and physician practices, basic compliance education topics; and ideas for leveraging existing communication sources for compliance education.
  • Explore how small to medium sized healthcare organizations can tailor and operationalize compliance education programs for their settings.

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Emerging Issues / Hot Topics Panel

Moderator
​​​​​​​Loree Simmons, Education Coordinator, Corporate Compliance, Novant Health

Panel
Anne M. Tompkins, Partner, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
Tracy Field, Partner, Parker Hudson Rainer & Dobbs LLP
Wendy Wright, Compliance Officer, CaroMont Health
Alicia Bowers, VP and Chief Privacy Officer, Carolinas HealthCare System

  • Discuss emerging issues and hot topics (cyber risk, eDiscovery, new regulations, etc.)
  • What should compliance officers be worried about?
  • OIG Workplan: Data brief on financial interests reported under the Open Payments Program

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