Fraud and Abuse in the Age of Coronavirus: Current and Future Federal Criminal and Civil Enforcement Actions
Recorded On: 06/10/2020
- Registration Closed
Time: 2:00-3:30 PM Eastern (90 minutes)
Session Format: Live Webinar
CLE Credit Available: Yes
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The Federal government stimulus in response to the Coronavirus pandemic will lead to a significant flow of federal money to many industries, including health care. We know from past federal stimulus efforts that the risk of fraud and abuse is high, and the federal government is taking proactive measures to combat fraud and abuse resulting from the Coronavirus pandemic response. At the same time, the regulations concerning the stimulus money and guidance related to the Stark blanket waivers and other regulatory guidance is evolving and open to interpretation. Our speakers will cover the potential criminal and civil exposures, the ongoing government response to monitor and pursue fraud and abuse, and guidance for health care entities who are working in this quickly changing regulatory environment. The panel will also discuss DOJ's focus on investigating and prosecuting efforts to take advantage of the pandemic by selling fraudulent services and treatments.
Level of Difficulty: Intermediate
- AHLA Member: Pricing Automatically Populated Based on AHLA Membership Level
- Student: $100
- Non-AHLA Member: $199
- Fraud and Abuse