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New York Medicaid Compliance Update

July 29
2009
Seminar
Buffalo, NY
July 29, 2009

8:30 – 10:30 a.m.
The Guaranty Building
140 Pearl Street, Buffalo, NY

The current emphasis by the New York Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) on audit programs to increase health care compliance and monetary recoveries has important implications for entities that receive Medicaid reimbursements and risks for providers that do not participate in proactive compliance. This seminar will present detailed information on specific compliance risk areas, improving compliance, and decreasing your chances for Medicaid repayments.

Topics:

  • Mandatory compliance programs — preparing and implementing effective programs
  • New OMIG self-disclosure protocol: Should you self-disclose? If so, how?
  • Understanding OMIG and prioritizing risk
  • Preparing for OMIG priority audits
  • What to do if a self-disclosure or compliance failure results in an audit or enforcement action
  • FERA — how will changes to the federal False Claims Act impact Medicaid providers?

Who should attend: Compliance officers, CEOs, CFOs, presidents, medical directors, executive directors, human resources managers, and reimbursement and finance personnel