The 2014 program is going green. In lieu of binders; speaker slides, program materials and speaker approved presentations
will be placed on flash drives and distributed to participants at registration. Participants are encouraged to bring laptops to
view speaker presentations. You may wish to download the presentation 24 hours prior to the conference. A link will be provided on this registration screen through a tab on the left labeled "Presentations."
The University of Rochester Medical Center Compliance Office welcomes the participation of key governmental leaders and health care experts at its 16th Annual Health Care Compliance Conference. The speakers at this year's conference will provide an inside view of current government activity, provide advice on best practices from multiple fronts and introduce new-age treatment concepts from delivery to billing.
Informational updates will be presented by governmental decision makers from the Department of Justice, Western District of New York – William Hochul, U.S. Attorney, and Gretchen Wylegala, Assistant U.S. Attorney; and Laurence Clark, MD, Contractor Medical Director of NGS. These speakers will address the latest updates and perspectives on the current regulatory landscape.
Ray Dorsey, Director of the Center for Human Experimental Therapeutics at the University of Rochester, will address the concept of developing a successful telemedicine program including regulatory and billing perspectives.
Additionally, conference workshop sessions will address current compliance hot topics including:
- Meaningful Use - Part II will cover numerous known and unknown risks
- Updates on the 2MN rule and documentation tips to support billed services
- Stark liability and exposure from a hospital and physician arrangement perspective
- Excellus MC Advantage expectations on Compliance training for staff
This conference is planned so at its conclusion, participants should be able to:
- Assess the focus of Federal government agency initiatives and what that could mean to your Compliance Program
- Discuss audit findings related to the implementation of electronic health records in meeting the Federal Government’s Meaningful Use objectives
- Identify new hospital and physician contract Stark vulnerabilities following two recent settlements
- Address the nuances of establishing a “modern” approach to patient care via Telemedicine