Let’s face it, no one WANTS to create and maintain a compliance program into their practice. But if you see Medicare, Medicaid or CHIP patients, you have no choice.
Without a compliance plan, your chances of getting caught violating the False Claims Act, HIPAA, stark or anti-kickback rule goes through the roof. Individually, each one of these regulations are complex and have numerous ways to trip you up. Together, your chances of remaining compliant without a compliance plan in place is seriously reduced.
Currently, the number of physician practices being audited are on the rise. As a result, more and more providers are being accused of fraud and noncompliance and required to pay massive penalties or are even being sentenced to jail time. These are physician practices just like yours. In many instances, they were not intentionally doing something wrong, but because they had no way to identify and rectify their mistakes, they’re left dealing with the serious consequences.
Implementing a compliance plan doesn’t have to be overly time consuming or difficult. This is how Kelly Grahovac, Senior Consultant with The van Halem Group can help. During a 60-minute online training session, Kelly will walk you through how to more easily and quickly implement a compliance plan that can protect your providers and practice.
Here are a couple of the step-by-step, easy-to-implement compliance plan strategies Kelly will walk you through during her 60-minute online training:
There is no doubt about it, having a compliance plan in place can keep you out of trouble. But if you do end up in compliance hot water, it can also help you prove you’re trying to be compliant which can lead to reduced fines or no jail time.
Compliance is a complex topic, but you don’t have to face it alone. By ordering this online training session you’ll receive easy-to-follow strategies so you can implement a successful compliance program into your practice. So, don’t wait, order today.
As a senior consultant, Kelly works to counsel healthcare providers as they navigate complex regulatory issues related to Medicare and Medicaid. Her firm, The van Halem Group, LLC, focuses on audits, appeals, compliance, education and training, and enrollment. In addition to client work, Kelly writes for various industry publications and is a known industry lecturer.
This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1.0 CEUs. Can be split between Core A and all specialties with exception of CIRCC for continuing education units.