Physician Payments Under PPACA's Sunshine Provisions and State Law
Meeting the Challenges of Healthcare Reform's Reporting Requirements
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide guidance for healthcare counsel on the new reporting requirements of the physician payment provisions under the new healthcare reform law. The panel will outline best practices to meet the challenges of complying with both federal and state transparency reporting requirements.
- PPACA requirements
- Who’s covered
- What must be reported
- What’s excluded
- Physician ownership reporting
- State requirements
- New states legislations
- States requiring more than the PPACA
- Exemption from PPACA
- Best practices to comply with federal and state law
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What must be reported under the new PPACA transparency reporting requirements for physician payments?
- What are the exemptions to the new reporting requirements?
- What steps should companies and counsel take to ensure compliance with the new federal reporting requirements and state requirements?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Donald H. Romano
He focuses on physician self-referral (Stark) anti-kickback matters and Medicare reimbursement issues affecting... | Read More
He focuses on physician self-referral (Stark) anti-kickback matters and Medicare reimbursement issues affecting hospitals, physicians and other providers. He was previously the director of the division at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) responsible for Stark policy, including the revisions to "under arrangements" and "per click" leases.Close
She previously served as Assistant General Counsel with DaVita; Senior Compliance Counsel and Acting Chief Compliance... | Read More
She previously served as Assistant General Counsel with DaVita; Senior Compliance Counsel and Acting Chief Compliance Officer for Novation, LLC; Assistant General Counsel with Triad Hospitals; and a private practice healthcare attorney.Close
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
She is a former Assistant U.S. Attorney and DOJ Health Care Fraud Coordinator and represents various health industry... | Read More
She is a former Assistant U.S. Attorney and DOJ Health Care Fraud Coordinator and represents various health industry sectors on government investigations, voluntary disclosures, mandated compliance matters, including OIG-CIAs and DOJ consent decrees, compliance policy development for global operations, and fraud and abuse, transparency and codes of ethics counseling.Close