With legislation as deep and sweeping as the Affordable Care Act, you need to know exactly what the law requires and prohibits. Unlike other areas in healthcare it is not always black and white. There are plenty of gray areas and in this course you will be able to identify and understand basic compliance concepts, obligations, and recent changes as well as basic fraud and abuse prohibitions.
Presenter: Eric Bach
Harris Beach, PLLC
This course provides a broad overview of compliance obligations and related legal provisions and prohibitions. It will include the legal implications of the Affordable Care Act and other legislation as well as the influences of the Stark Law and the False Claims Act.
Time to view this course is 38 minutes.
Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of the course you will:
- Be able to identify and understand basic compliance concepts, obligations and recent changes
- Understand the implications of the Affordable Care Act
- Review the key differences between the Fraud Enforcement Recovery Act and the 2009 False Claims Act amendments
- Compare and contrast the Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute
- Be able to identify and understand basic Fraud and Abuse prohibitions
Time to complete this course is approximately 45 minutes.
Presenter: Eric Bach
Eric Bach is an associate with Harris Beach, PLLC and practices with the Health Care Industry Team. His practice involves corporate compliance, fraud and abuse, and health information privacy concerns. Mr. Bach focuses on the counseling and defense of health care providers on matters pertaining to Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, HIPAA and the HITECH Act, and state and federal regulatory compliance issues including Stark self-referral prohibitions, anti-kickback prohibitions, and false claims and fraudulent billing matters.
Development Organization: Harris Beach, PLLC
Founded in 1856, Harris Beach has over 200 lawyers and is ranked by The National Law Journal as one of the country’s Top 250 law firms.
With offices in Albany, Buffalo, Ithaca, Uniondale, New York City, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Saratoga Springs, Syracuse, White Plains, and Yonkers, as well as New Haven, CT and Newark, NJ, Harris Beach and its affiliates provide a full range of legal and professional services for clients across New York state as well as nationally and internationally.