False Claims Act exposure has long been a danger zone for health care providers. But take heart - recent judicial decisions and DOJ policy changes have given providers new defensive avenues. Armed with insights from recent experiences, our presenters will discuss strategies for taking some of the pressure off and mitigating FCA exposure. In this 90-minute webinar you will learn:
- Materiality and other post-Escobar considerations
- Potential implications of the Granston and Brand Memoranda
- New, creative, and practical strategies to mitigate risk
- How to better prepare and plan for government scrutiny
- New approaches when the government and providers conflict
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Compliance professionals, board members, in-house counsel, and senior leaders
Jackie Baratian, Partner, Alston & Bird
Jackie’s health care compliance and litigation experience spans almost 20 years and includes private practice, government service, and in-house compliance positions.
Frank Sheeder, Partner, Alston & Bird
Frank has been a litigator for 30 years and focuses on prevention, compliance, and advocacy for members of the health care industry. He is a former president of the Health Care Compliance Association/Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics.
This program is approved for 1.5 hours of CLE credit. CLE credit is provided for California, Georgia, Illinois, Missouri, New York, and Texas. Additional states are available upon request.
Login information will be provided to participants in advance of the program. For questions or to register, contact Abby Forness at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404.881.7824.