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Minneapolis, Minn. ---September 17, 2019--- Is your organization responsive to the ever-increasing emphasis on healthcare compliance issues by enforcement authorities?

At the Health Care Compliance Association’s (HCCA’s) 5th Annual Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference, attendees will hear first-hand from government officials about regulatory changes, expectations, and key priorities. Held November 3-6, 2019 in Washington, DC, the conference will feature a robust agenda of sessions presented by government enforcement leaders and other industry professionals.

“Enforcement officials expect organizations to take reasonable precautions to prevent fraud and other compliance issues,” says Gerry Zack, HCCA CEO. “This conference is a once-a-year opportunity to gain insight into properly monitoring, detecting, investigating, and managing violations.”

One of this year’s general sessions is a new Government Enforcement Panel. This exciting panel, moderated by Kirk Ogrosky, Partner, Arnold & Porter LLP, includes the following government officials:
  • Lisa Re, Assistant Inspector General for Legal Affairs, Office of Inspector General (OIG)
  • Alec Alexander, Deputy Administrator, CMS Director, Center for Program Integrity, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)
  • Gustav W. Eyler, Director, Consumer Protection Branch, US Department of Justice (DOJ)
  • David Tanay, Division Chief, Health Care Fraud Division, Michigan Department of Attorney General
  • Andy Mao, Acting Director, Civil Fraud Section, Commercial Litigation Branch, US DOJ
The panel will discuss DOJ criminal and civil enforcement priorities, OIG and CMS enforcement initiatives, and Medicaid fraud enforcement priorities.

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