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Handouts - 2017 - Regional - Indianapolis

Indianapolis Regional Conference
September 29, 2017
Indianapolis, IN

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Corrective Actions: When it goes wrong—Getting to correctness

Dwight Claustre, CHRC, Director, Aegis Compliance & Ethics Center, LLP

  • Where do we start when it all goes wrong?
  • Who, What, Where, When, Why and How.
  • What do we do with the final answer?

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Conducting a Compliant Investigation (Effective Internal Investigation)

David Glaser, Shareholder, Fredrikson & Bryon PA

  • Strategies for how to conduct interviews and analyze data.
  • How to approach practical problems with the review, including statistical analysis and document review.
  • Determining whether, and how, to disclose information to the government or private payors, including creative argument that may avoid refunds.

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Compliance program effectiveness: How confident are you?

Marti Arvin, CCEP-F, CHC-F, CHPC, CHRC, Vice President, Audit Strategy, CynergisTek, Inc.

  • Using the OIG/HCCA Resource Guide to demonstrate effectiveness
  • What the DOJ guidance on program effectiveness means to healthcare organizations
  • Methods and tools for demonstrating effectiveness, what gets measured gets done

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HIPAA Compliance: Inside OCR’s Phase 2 Audit Program

Deepali Doddi, Associate, Ice Miller

  • Purpose and structure of the Phase 2 HIPAA Audit program
  • Key compliance areas on which OCR is focusing during the Phase 2 HIPAA audits
  • Tips from a former OCR investigator for successfully undergoing a HIPAA audit
  • Preparing for a HIPAA audit using lessons learned from OCR enforcement actions

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Fraud and Abuse Update

Jonathan A. Bont, Assistant United States Attorney, United States Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Indiana

  • Overview of national and local federal law enforcement
  • Recently publicized healthcare investigations, indictments, settlements, etc. in the Southern District of Indiana
  • DOJ healthcare enforcement priorities under the new administration
    • Fraud
    • Controlled substances

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Evaluating and Assessing Risk

Vicki Yamasaki, CEO, Yamasaki ERM Solutions, former Chief Risk Officer, OneAmerica Financial Partners
Mike Salazar, Vice President, Client Services, Gregory & Appel Insurance
Michele Calderon Johns, JD, CPHRM, Indiana University Health, Vice President and Chief Risk Officer, IU Health Risk Retention Group, Inc.

  • What is Enterprise Risk Management?
  • Constructing an Enterprise Risk Management framework
  • Top strategic risks for healthcare entities.

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