Monday, September 27, 2010
12:35-1:30 pm Eastern
At the 2010 Fraud and Compliance Forum
Renaissance Harborplace Hotel
Title: Quality of Care and Anti-Fraud Enforcement: Back to the Future Again
Healthcare quality care metrics play a prominent role in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act health legislation and impose significant expectations on the provider community to meet quality-of-care standards. Government anti-fraud enforcement will intersect with the expectations of healthcare quality standards through the False Claims Act. Do the 2009 and 2010 False Claims Act amendments provide a greater opportunity for DOJ enforcement in quality-of-care allegations? What is the impact of the anti-kickback statute or other conflict-of-interest provisions on quality of care? Recent False Claims Act settlements and investigations for Stark and anti-kickback allegations raise important questions about when anti-fraud compliance raises quality-of-care enforcement issues. A distinguished panel of government and private counsel will assess these issues and forecast effective compliance strategies for hospitals, health systems, and other healthcare players.
Jamie M. Bennett
Assistant United States Attorney
Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Maryland
Members of Fraud and Abuse Practice Group and PG 15 and 16: $35
Non-Practice Group Members and Non-Members: $45
To register for the luncheon only, please call the Member Service Center at (202) 833-1100 (select prompt 2), or register on-site at the AHLA registration desk.
To register for the Fraud and Compliance Forum and the luncheon, proceed with registration below.
Printable Registration Form