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Healthcare Roundtable Conference

April 8-10, 2015

Synopsis:
This session will focus on the ABLE Act, which creates the opportunity for individuals with disabilities to open savings accounts without the risk of losing Social Security and Medicaid benefits. These tax-exempt accounts are used for disability-related expenses such as housing, employment, and education.

Speaker(s): Douglas P. Long, Calvin R. Chambers

Organizer: Healthcare Roundtable

Venue: Omni Houston Galleria Hotel , TX - Get A Map

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ISHRM Spring Educational Conference

April 10, 2015 - 1:30 - 2:30 PM

Synopsis:
The False Claims Act:  Introduction and Update
This presentation will introduce the audience to the False Claims Act, a whistleblower statute that has seen a sharp uptick in claims that target health care entities and providers. Additionally, the presentation will discuss key developments in FCA enforcement including record recoveries by the DOJ and key case law developments.

Speaker(s): Drew B. Howk

Organizer: Indiana Society for Healthcare Risk Management

Venue: Marott, IN - Get A Map

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American College of Health Care Administrators 49th Annual Convocation & Exposition

April 12, 2015 - 1:30-3:00 PM

Synopsis:
Modern Family Liability: Impact of Filial Responsibility Laws
What happens when a person who is in need of long term care is not able to pay for it? Two state courts recently used "filial responsibility" laws to hold children liable for almost $200,000 of their parents' unpaid nursing home bills. Currently a majority of states have laws that can make adult children financially responsible for their parents' necessities of life, including unpaid medical and long term care bills, when the parents do not have the ability to pay for such necessities. While filial responsibility laws have rarely been enforced in the past, recent court decisions have used them to hold children liable for their parents' unpaid nursing home bills. Can you use this law? There will also be discussion of other options to collect past due accounts, especially if the resident has left the facility or has died.

Speaker(s): Sean J. Fahey

Organizer: American College of Health Care Administrators

Venue: The Grand Hyatt San Antonio, TX - Get A Map

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340B and the Business of Pharmacy Workshop

April 12, 2015 - 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Synopsis:
340B Strategic Implementation Challenges
Due to both increased audit activity and increased clinical integration across the care spectrum driven by payment system and care modality changes, 340B Covered Entities are dealing increasingly complex 340B Program strategic implementation challenges.  Often, these issues go beyond 340B-specific compliance, implicating issues including Medicare provider-based standards, Medicaid billing, tax-exemption and Medicare payment methodology changes.  This presentation will address major 340B Program legal compliance issues and implications related to integrated delivery systems for historically institutional, clinical and retail providers.  Among other topics, we will discuss provider integration drivers and considerations, related 340B considerations, and the future of 340B in light of these factors and the soon-to-be-released HRSA OPA Omnibus 340B Program Guidance.

Speaker(s): Todd A. Nova

Organizer: Intelligent Health Association

Venue: Roosevelt University, IL - Get A Map

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2015 Women’s Leadership Institute

April 15, 2015

Synopsis:
Delphine O'Rourke of Hall Render will co-present with Chris McCoy of Ascension Health.

Creating a Culture that Fosters Personal Vocation and Community

  • Creating a structure that helps women identify and foster their personal calling, develop community and collaboration, and connect with their community.
  • Promoting the internal and external integration and alignment of communities in order to build outstanding leaders.

Speaker(s): Delphine P. O'Rourke

Organizer: American Health Lawyers Association

Venue: Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, TN - Get A Map

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American Health Lawyers Association – Health Care Transactions Conference

April 17, 2015 - 8:30-9:30 AM

Synopsis:
Real Estate Due Diligence: What Every Buyer Needs to Know When Acquiring Another Hospital, Health Care System, Medical Group or Other Health Care Provider The presenters will discuss the process of developing and implementing a real estate due diligence strategy in connection with the acquisition of another hospital or health care system.

Speaker(s): Andrew A. Dick

Organizer: American Health Lawyers Association

Venue: Loews Hotel, TN - Get A Map

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HCCA's 19th Annual Compliance Institute

April 20, 2015 - 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Synopsis:
How to Prepare for an OCR Audit

  • OCR HIPAA Audits are back! OCR has announced that it plans to survey 1200 entities and select 350 for audit in 2014. The typical HIPAA violation settlement is $1 million
  • This session will address OCR HIPAA Audits, recent enforcement actions, and how to utilize the OCR's Audit Protocol to assess your organization's compliance with the HIPAA Privacy, Breach Notification and Security Rules
  • Learn what other "value-added" questions your organization should be asking itself to be prepared

Speaker(s): Elizabeth Callahan-Morris

Organizer: HCCA

Venue: Walt Disney Swan and Dolphin, FL - Get A Map

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HCCA's 19th Annual Compliance Institute

April 20, 2015 - 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Synopsis:
Compliance Risks for Provider-Based and Other Hospital-Based Provider Services

  • Summary of the requirements of the Medicare provider-based rule
  • Impact of the rule on billing Medicare and other payors
  • Role of Mid-Level Practitioners in provider based settings

Speaker(s): Regan E. Tankersley

Organizer: HCCA

Venue: Walt Disney Swan and Dolphin, FL - Get A Map

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The Four Pillars of the Healthcare Industry: A Review of the Reimbursement, Regulatory, Competitive, and Technological Environment for Healthcare Valuation

April 24, 2015 - 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Synopsis:
The Impact of Competitive Forces
In the current era of healthcare reform, valuation professionals advising individuals and businesses should develop and maintain an in-depth understanding of the history and the development of healthcare under the changing reimbursement, regulatory, competitive, and technological environment of the healthcare industry, as well as the unique dynamics of the business arrangements that comprise emerging healthcare organizations, in order to obtain the requisite background for forecasting the future performance of these enterprises, assets and services.
When developing an understanding of the forces and stakeholders that have the potential to drive healthcare markets, valuation professional must examine the professional practice’s enterprises, assets, and services as they relate to “The Four Pillars of the Healthcare Industry” i.e. reimbursement, regulatory, competition, and technology, as these four elements shape the professional practice-provider dynamic, while serving as a framework for analyzing the viability, efficiency, efficacy and productivity of healthcare organizations.

Speaker(s): Steven H. Pratt

Organizer: American Society of Appraisers

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2015 BOMA International's Medical Office Buildings & Healthcare Facilities Conference

April 29 - May 1, 2015

Synopsis:
Avoiding Pitfalls: Why Hospitals and Health Care Providers Need a Space Lease Compliance Program
Over the past decade, hospitals and health care providers have learned that the administration of leasing arrangements, without a formal policy, can create compliance risks that impact their bottom line. This session will discuss the importance of creating a compliance policy to ensure that leasing arrangements comply with the Stark law, the Anti-Kickback Statute, property tax exemptions, tax-exempt financing arrangements, and reimbursement requirements. The panelists will discuss how to select team members to create the policy and how to address regulatory requirements in the policy. The panelists will also discuss how the policy should be implemented.

Moderator(s): Andrew A. Dick

Organizer: BOMA International