Telehealth Fraud Enforcement Trends and Implementation of Compliance Best Practices

June 16, 2022 at 12:00pm

Join Verrill attorneys David Lazaurs and Jeffrey Smagula for Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association’s (MHA) up coming ‘Telehealth Fraud Enforcement Trends and Implementation of Compliance Best Practices’ webinar. Telehealth has become a new tool in the healthcare toolbox during the COVID-19 pandemic. And with this increased utilization comes increased scrutiny from regulators. Come hear from experts with experience with telehealth enforcement and fraud investigations to make sure that your facility understands the changing landscape of telehealth compliance and enforcement during the remainder of the public health emergency (PHE) and what’s in store once the PHE ends. This includes the priorities for regulators, trends in enforcement and their investigatory methods. Additionally, learn how your facility can implement best practices to prevent, detect, and correct non-compliance and prepare for audits/exams from oversight agencies.

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