Friday, December 13
08:00 AM - 08:20 AMContinental Breakfast
08:25 AM - 08:30 AMWelcome and Announcements Welcome to our Richmond Regional Conference. All session will take place in the same room. You will have a few short breaks to visit with exhibitors and a networking lunch. Continuing Education can be obtained by filling out the CEU application form after you have attended the event. Please take some time to fill out the evaluation survey for each session, located at the bottom of the session descriptions in the mobile app. If you are choosing to take notes in the mobile app on the presentations you can email those notes to yourself after the conference by click on the "My Notes" Button at the bottom of the app and then click on the "Email Notes" Button at the top right.
08:30 AM - 09:30 AMVirginia Mental Health Initiatives Creigh Deeds, Senator, 25th District -Early childhood innovations
-Work of the Joint Subcommittee to study mental health services in the 21st century
-Telemedicine in Virginia
09:30 AM - 09:45 AMBreak Be sure to visit and network with the conference exhibitors: - Hancock Daniel - Wolters Kluwer For each exhibitor you connect with during conference, you will be given a ticket. Print your name on your tickets collected and drop them off at HCCAs Registration Desk during the last break of the day. The more tickets you collect and enter, the better your chances of winning! Winners will be announced at the beginning of the last session. You must be present to win. No purchase necessary.
09:45 AM - 10:45 AMEarly Childhood and Mental Health Daniel Carey, Secretary of Health and Human Resources -Trauma informed care for youth
-The VMAP Project
-Reducing the hospital census
10:45 AM - 10:55 AMBreak
10:55 AM - 11:55 AMTelehealth: Industry Trends and Predictions for 2020 Gerald Canaan, Partner, Byrne Legal Group -Defining telehealth demand drivers
-Understanding major players and expansion priorities
-Trends and compliance challenges
11:55 AM - 12:45 PMNetworking Lunch
12:45 PM - 01:45 PMHCCs and Providers: Get Paid for What You Do D. Scott Jones, Chief Compliance Officer, Augusta Health -Hierarchical coding Conditions (HCCs) capture the complexity of patient care and ensure maximum reimbursement. Are you getting paid for what you are doing?
-CMS Risk Adjustment shifts reimbursement risk to healthcare providers through Risk Adjustment Factors and HCC capture. As Medicare plan enrollment increases, providers must meet the challenges of provider education and documentation.
-Learn how Risk Adjustment, HCCs, RAFs, and the CMS Annual Miracle Cure will impact future provider, institution, and health plan compliance and reimbursement.
01:45 PM - 02:00 PMBreak
02:00 PM - 03:00 PMA Risk Manager's Guide to Virginia's Medical Cannabis Program Rebecca Gwilt, Co-Founder & Partner, Nixon Law Group -Learn the history and evolution (and related conflicts between) federal and state medical cannabis law
-Develop understanding of the intricacies of Virginia’s medical cannabis program
-Explore ethics, malpractice, and other provider concerns related to medical cannabis recommendations
03:00 PM - 03:10 PMBreak
03:00 PM - 04:00 PMCurrent Trends in Government Investigations, Suits and Settlements Joseph "Eric" Atkinson, Director, Hancock Daniel -DEA Diversion Overview
- Multi-agency; state and federal resources - Multi-defendant charges, focus on individual accountability - Case examples - Enforcement options and case resolution
Agenda subject to change.