This year’s American Bar Association’s 27th Annual Institute on Health Care Fraud featured Acting Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Blanco, of the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ). Mr. Blanco reiterated Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ commitment to ferreting and fighting fraud and abuse.Read More
* Updated from original post on 12/17/2015
Healthcare compliance is complicated and full of regulations, guidelines, and oversight. Since federal tax dollars are used to reimburse health care providers for services, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as well as the Department of Justice (DOJ) have oversight on how those dollars are spent. The purpose of this blog post is to give a basic understanding of exclusions, industry best practices, and a brief description of the federal exclusion databases.
Nursing Boards have been proactive in making it easier for nurses to have a license in one state that is accepted in another state. The Nurse Licensure Compact allows for Nurses to have one multistate license, with the ability to practice both in their home state and other compact states. To date, there are 25 states that have enacted legislation accepting the Compact effect in their state.Read More
There is nothing like D.C. in the spring. The Healthcare Compliance Association (HCCA) held its annual Compliance Institute in DC for 2017 and almost 3,000 of the nation’s compliance officers/managers gathered at the Gaylord National Harbor for three days. As has been the case for years, the conference was spectacular.
It is refreshing to be around so many people who share the same goal - compliance and quality care.
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