Governance Series Session 3 (A 4-Part Webinar Series)

Governance Series Session 3 (A 4-Part Webinar Series)

Session III: Health Care Fraud and Abuse

Trustees play a significant role in the transformation of health care and must demonstrate strong leadership to navigate through their organizations’ challenges. Hospitals and health systems need dedicated and knowledgeable people willing to commit their time, expertise, experience and leadership to their hospitals, their missions and their communities. This webinar series will provide participants with the tools to become more effective in their board service. Participants will receive guidance on fiduciary obligations, conflicts of interest, and health care fraud and abuse. Attorney Alissa Smith with Dorsey & Whitney will provide valuable information about the legal aspects of board responsibilities.

This webinar series will provide participants with the tools to become more effective in their board service. Participants will receive guidance on fiduciary obligations, conflicts of interest, and health care fraud and abuse. Attorney Alissa Smith with Dorsey & Whitney will provide valuable information about the legal aspects of board responsibilities.

Session three of this four-part series will review the federal government’s Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care and describe proposed changes to the Stark Law and anti-kickback statute. Case studies will be shared to illustrate the affect the proposed changes could have on common health care arrangements.

Target Audience:
Hospital and Health System Trustees, CEOs and Senior Executives and other leaders with governance responsibilities

To view the brochure for this webinar series
click here: Governance Webinar Series

When
9/22/2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Where
Webinar
Registration not available.