Self-Disclosure for Grant Recipients: New OIG Guidance
Weighing the Risks and Rewards of Self-Reporting
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide counsel for academic medical centers, universities and other federal grant recipients on the Office of Inspector General's (OIG) self-disclosure protocol and its new guidance for HHS grant recipients. The panel will provide best practices for self-disclosure and compliance.
- OIG's Self-Disclosure Protocol
- New OIG guidance for HHS grant recipients
- Best practices for self-disclosure
- When to disclose and to whom
- Alternatives to self-disclosure
- Potential risks of making a self-disclosure
- Preserving privileged communications
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How has the new guidance on self-disclosure altered the playing field for HHS grant recipients?
- What factors should academic medical centers, universities, and other federal grant recipients consider when determining whether and when to disclose a potential Stark law or AKS violation?
- What are the best practices for academic medical centers, universities, and other federal grant recipients and their counsel when preparing the disclosure submission?
Ropes & Gray
Ms. Mayer advises industry-leading healthcare and life science companies in criminal, civil and regulatory enforcement... | Read More
Ms. Mayer advises industry-leading healthcare and life science companies in criminal, civil and regulatory enforcement matters and in related complex civil litigation, including civil False Claims Act litigation. In addition to defending clients in litigation, she advises clients with respect to fraud and abuse and compliance in several contexts, including Corporate Integrity Agreement implementation, internal investigations, and strategic transactions in the healthcare industry.aClose
Valerie H. Bonham
Ropes & Gray
Ms. Bonham is skilled healthcare attorney and nationally recognized expert in research compliance, government and... | Read More
Ms. Bonham is skilled healthcare attorney and nationally recognized expert in research compliance, government and internal investigations, integrity, and bioethics. She has nearly 20 years of experience in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as a leader in healthcare, life sciences, enforcement and public policy. Ms. Bonham served as a senior advisor in the Office of the Director of the National Institutes of Health and as a senior attorney in the Office of the General Counsel of the HHS.Close