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    Can't Miss Webinars with Author George Moseley on How to Handle a Suspected Fraud Violation in the Health Care Industry

    Posted by Katie Hennessy on Nov 8, 2013 5:05:02 PM

    fraudgraphicDo you know what to do when a fraud violation is suspected in a health care services environment? Would you like to learn more about both internal investigations and corrective actions when fraud may have been committed? Join us on Friday, November 15 or Thursday, November 21 at 1pm EST for free webinars presented by George B. Moseley, III, JD, of the Harvard School of Public Health, and author of the recently published Managing Legal Compliance in the Health Care Industry.

    “The pressures are mounting for healthcare organizations to comply with a growing number of laws and regulations,” said Mr. Moseley. “With the passage of the Affordable Care Act, sophisticated compliance programs are now mandatory and the penalties for noncompliance are more severe. Increasingly, those who are trained in the fundamentals of healthcare laws and regulations and the complexities of designing and running compliance programs will be in high demand.”

    Ideal for compliance officers, legal counsel, governing board members, audit staff, C-suite executives, and department managers in the health care services, the webinars will discuss:

    • When internal investigations are triggered
    • Steps to follow in conducting an internal investigation
    • Techniques to use in an internal investigation
    • Taking advantage of attorney-related protections
    • Tips for applying corrective action

    What are you waiting for? Register for one of the sessions today!

    About the Book

    Managing Legal Compliance in the Health Care IndustryManaging Legal Compliance in the Health Care Industry is a comprehensive resource that prepares the reader to build and manage successful compliance programs for any healthcare service or industry. In three sections, it first examines all the key laws and regulations with which healthcare organizations must comply. In section two, the author explores in detail the seven essential ingredients for a good compliance program. In the final section, the book explains how the compliance program must be adapted to the special needs of different types of healthcare organizations.

    Designed for administrators and legal counsel in health care organizations, as well graduate-level students in programs of public health, health administration, and law, Managing Legal Compliance in the Health Care Industry is filled with highly practical information about the ways that legal violations occur and how good compliance programs function.

    • Examines in detail the current laws and regulations with which all types of healthcare organizations must comply
    • Explores the seven essential elements for a good compliance program
    • Looks at compliance programs within twelve different types of healthcare organizations
    • References real-world cases of fraud and abuse
    • Includes Study Questions and Learning Experiences in each chapter that are designed to encourage critical thinking

    For more information, visit our website.

    About the Author

    George B. Moseley, III, MBA, JD, Harvard School of Public Health George B. Moseley, III, MBA, JD, Harvard School of Public Health

    Mr. Moseley teaches courses on Managing People in Health Care Organizations, Introduction to the New American Health Care System, Designing a New Health Care System for the United States, Legal and Management Aspects of Health Care in the Workplace, and Advanced Seminar in Law and Public Health.

    Mr. Moseley served as Assistant General Counsel in the Executive Office of Human Services in the state government of Massachusetts, as well as Special Assistant Attorney General. He also practiced law in the Health Law department of the Boston law firm, Warner & Stackpole. He received his M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School and his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School.

    Topics: George B. Moseley, health administration, III, Webinar

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