- ADRs, Prepayment Reviews & Post payment Audits of Pain Management Practices.
- Effective Health Care Compliance Programs: How is Law Enforcement Evaluating Your Efforts?
- The Importance of Incorporation & Asset Protection for Owners of Medical & Dental Practices.
- How Should You Respond if Your Medical Practice is Targeted
- False Claims Act Penalties Have Almost Doubled Over the Last Year
- Experienced in handling complex legal issues
Robert W. Liles J.D., M.B.A., M.S.: According to “violence against health care workers accounted for nearly as many injuries as in all other industries combined, which is four times greater than the average U.S. worker.”
Of those victims who experienced trauma from workplace violence:
* 67% were female.
* 69% worked in the healthcare and social services industry.
Has your health care organization taken steps to help prevent and / or properly respond to incidents of workplace violence?
Robert W. Liles, J.D., will discuss the current workplace violence risks facing your group, your staff and your patients.
He will also cover strategies for responding to incidents of workplace violence.
In recent years, both medical and dental have been finding their claims increasingly under the regulatory microscope.
As the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has moved away from “Pay and Chase,” medical and dental providers have been subjected to audits and placed on prepayment review.
These health care practices have also frequently been subjected to post payment audits.
Robert will discuss the health care fraud and abuse landscape facing medical and dental practices and go over steps that your practice can take to reduce its level of regulatory, billing and coding risk.