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Annual Healthcare Fraud Enforcement Update: What does 2022 Hold?


Please join us for a roundtable webinar, our panel will explore evolving healthcare fraud enforcement patterns from 2021 and focus on what to expect from the Government and whistleblowers in 2022.  Prompted by the latest trends in FCA cases and investigations, this panel will discuss how these developments may impact a range of healthcare providers. Topics for discussion include:  

  • Department of Justice and Office of Inspector General FCA enforcement initiatives impacting providers, including the Deputy Attorney General’s speech on individual accountability and focus on pandemic issues.

  • Specific False Claims Act enforcement trends, including post-acute care, Medicare Part C, pursuit of private equity investors, the Provider Relief Fund, and the focus on the Anti-Kickback Statute.

  • FCA procedural updates, such as the False Claims Amendments Act of 2021.

  • Thoughts on strategies for risk assessment and proactive compliance steps to mitigate risk.

If you have questions concerning this roundtable webinar, email Christine Lieber at clieber@kslaw.com.

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King & Spalding is an accredited provider of CLE credit in California, Georgia, Illinois, New York and Texas. We can issue reciprocal credit for attorneys licensed in Connecticut, Florida, and New Jersey. We will apply for credit in Colorado, North Carolina and Virginia (subject to MCLE Board approval). For jurisdictions not listed, attendees are provided with a Universal Certificate of Attendance. New York licensed attorneys: Transitional/Appropriate for newly-admitted and experienced attorneys. Financial aid is available for qualifying lawyers. For CLE-related questions, please contact Gisel Arias, garias@kslaw.com. King & Spalding, 1180 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309. CA Provider #10947.

Event Details

Date: February 1, 2022

Time: 1:00 pm (ET)

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