This course presents to management and executives—including compliance officers—details of specific laws and regulations that are pertinent to the overall management of healthcare provider organizations.
"Healthcare Compliance: Specific Laws and Regulations" introduces the primary requirements of the False Claims Act, EMTALA, the Stark Act, and anti-kickback laws and related safe harbors, and also provides information on self-disclosure protocols and penalties.
- Explain what constitutes a false claim.
- Identify the procedure for bringing a qui tam action.
- Describe the criminal statute governing healthcare fraud.
- Discuss the scope and use of the OIG self-disclosure protocol.
- Describe when and how EMTALA would apply in specific situations.
- Explain the basic statutory prohibitions of the Stark laws and regulations.
- Explain why some joint ventures are viewed as questionable in light of the Anti-kickback laws.
- Explain why Anti-kickback safe harbor protection is not available to some joint ventures.
- Identify the security breach notification requirements for covered entities and vendors of personal health records.
- Explain the applicability of the HIPAA security provisions to business associates of covered entities.
HFMA members: $249
- Approximate time to complete: 11 hours
- Designed for: Executives, managers, compliance professionals
- Level: Intermediate
- Instructional method: Self-study
- Format: Online
- Program prerequisite: None
- Advance preparation: None
- Course availability: One year from start date
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HFMA stands behind the quality of our programming. If you are not satisfied, we will gladly refund your money or provide you with a credit certificate toward any future HFMA National educational programs or select products. Contact HFMA directly at 3 Westbrook Corporate Center, Suite 600, Westchester, IL 60154, Attn: Professional Development, or call (800) 252-4362, ext. 2. Please provide HFMA with your comments within two weeks of beginning the program.
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