Questions about the Office of Medicaid Inspector General’s recently revised compliance program regulations? Harris Beach has answers.

We’ve created a unique, micro-learning program to help revise and improve your compliance program, and to assist in ensuring it meets new regulatory requirements.

Over the course of seven 30-minute (or less) webinars, we’ll provide key information about New York’s revised compliance program requirements. A primer on the new regulations will be shared prior to the first webinar. Then, each of our micro-webinars will focus on one of the seven elements that form an effective compliance program under New York law:

August 16: Element 1 – Written Policies, Procedures, and Standards of Conduct

August 24: Element 2 – Compliance Officer and Compliance Committee

August 30: Element 3 – Training and Education

September 6: Element 4 – Lines of Communication

September 13: Element 5 – Disciplinary Standards

September 20: Element 6 – Auditing and Monitoring

September 27: Element 7 – Responding to Compliance Issues

When you register for these micro-learning sessions, you’ll learn about key changes to OMIG’s compliance program regulations and receive practical takeaways and actionable items for your consideration. If you aren’t able to join live, a replay will be available to view whenever your schedule allows.

Harris Beach’s Health Care Industry Team performs compliance program reviews, assessments and gap analyses. We assist our clients in developing compliance programs and supporting policies, procedures and standards of conduct; and routinely work with OMIG on compliance, audit and investigation-related issues.

The compliance team is led by attorneys Peter M. Hoffman and Matthew D. Babcock. Matt is the former Assistant Medicaid Inspector General who managed the Compliance Bureau at OMIG, and has served both as a compliance officer and as a compliance attorney in private practice. Peter has been creating, implementing and advising on compliance programs since 1996 for hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, physician groups, diagnostic and treatment centers, nursing homes, home care agencies, health homes, clinical laboratories and many other provider and supplier types.