Online Compliance Training: Healthcare Marketing

Online Compliance Training: Healthcare Marketing: Beyond the Anti-Kickback Statute and the Regulations
Event contact title
Mentorhealth
Event contact first name
Roger
Event contact last name
Steven
Email
webinars@mentorhealth.com
Event contact telephone number
8003851607
Fax
302-288-6884
Description
Overview: Because the Anti-Kickback Statute is so broad it what it proscribes, healthcare organizations, conducting what would be normal marketing activities in other industries, have run afoul of the Statute on numerous occasions. The Statute and the regulations only tell part of the story. This program will review not only the Statute and its safe harbors, but will provide an in-depth overview of OIG guidance and advisory opinions dealing with marketing activities, as well as a review of case law regarding marketing behavior. Why should you attend: If your organization, be it a hospital, physician practice, DME provider, or any other provider offering healthcare services or supplies, engages in marketing its product or services, care must be taken to ensure that the organization does not run afoul of the Anti-Kickback Statute. This program will review not only the Statute itself, and the safe harbors, but will also critique the case law, OIG advisory opinions, and OIG compliance guidance to help you understand what you can and cannot do with engaging in healthcare marketing. When you finish this program, you should have a good understanding of what you can and cannot do with regard to marketing activities. The penalties for not conducting a marketing program correctly can be severe, including exclusion, civil monetary penalties and even criminal prosecution. Areas Covered in the Session: A brief review of the Anti-Kickback Statute, what it is and what is prohibited A brief review of the safe harbors that relate to marketing activities A review of the OIG advisory opinions as they relate to marketing A review of OIG compliance guidance as it relates to marketing An overview of case law relating to marketing activities Strategies that should be taken to preclude liability Who Will Benefit: Hospital Executives Physicians, including Dentists, Podiatrists and Chiropractors Physician Practice Executives DME Provider Executives Ancillary Service Providers Ancillary Service Provider Executives Attorneys representing any and all of the above William Mack Copeland MS, JD, PhD, LFACHE, practices health care law in Cincinnati at the firm of Copeland Law, LLC. He is also president of Executive & Managerial Development Group, a consulting entity providing compliance and other fraud and abuse related services. A graduate of Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Bill is a frequent author and speaker on health law topics. MentorHealth Roger Steven contact no: 800-385-1607 fax no: 302-288-6884 Event Link:http://bit.ly/1c0FeKY webinars@mentorhealth.com www.mentorhealth.com

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