Electronic Health Records and EHR Billing Arrangements: Ensuring Stark and AKS Compliance, Minimizing Fraud and Abuse Risks
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide healthcare counsel on the fraud and abuse risks with electronic health records (EHR) and billing arrangements. The panel will discuss the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute and the applicable exceptions, and review recent cases and government guidance. The panel will offer best practices for compliance and mitigating fraud and abuse risks.
- Fraud and abuse concerns
- EHR arrangements
- EHR billing arrangements
- Stark Law and AKS and the applicable exceptions
- Recent cases and governmental guidance
- Compliance and mitigating fraud and abuse risks
The panel will review these and other noteworthy issues:
- What are the fraud and abuse risks involved in EHR arrangements and EHR billing arrangements?
- What steps can healthcare providers take to mitigate fraud and abuse risks associated with EHR?
- What are the critical elements of an effective compliance strategy?
M. Leeann Habte
Best Best & Krieger
Ms. Habte advises clients on information privacy and security, health care regulatory compliance, and Medicare and... | Read More
Ms. Habte advises clients on information privacy and security, health care regulatory compliance, and Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement issues. She has practical experience, having served as an associate director at the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and research director at the Minnesota Department of Health. She is a recognized leader in health data privacy and security and health information technology legal issues.Close
Charles B. Oppenheim
Hooper Lundy & Bookman
Mr. Oppenheim’s practice includes all aspects of transactional, operational and regulatory healthcare law,... | Read More
Mr. Oppenheim’s practice includes all aspects of transactional, operational and regulatory healthcare law, including mergers & acquisitions, affiliations, joint ventures and the formation of integrated delivery systems. Among his clients are many of the largest healthcare companies and hospital systems in the U.S. A nationally-recognized expert on anti-kickback and Stark Law issues, Mr. Oppenheim wrote the 2014 American Health Lawyers Association Monograph on Stark. He has served as an expert on anti-kickback and Stark Law issues in arbitration and litigation, in both civil and criminal proceedings. In addition, he creates and implements compliance programs, investigates compliance issues, responds to government enforcement actions, and negotiates settlements for many types of healthcare providers.Close
Richard K. Rifenbark
Mr. Rifenbark relies on his knowledge and experience to help clients identify, avoid and resolve difficult... | Read More
Mr. Rifenbark relies on his knowledge and experience to help clients identify, avoid and resolve difficult regulatory compliance issues. He regularly advises clients on healthcare fraud and abuse laws and other regulatory issues, including the federal anti-kickback statute, stark physician self-referral law, false claims act, state licensing issues, corporate practice of medicine doctrines, and state fraud and abuse laws.Close