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Health Care Team Leads Sessions at HCCA

Health Care Team Leads Sessions at HCCA's Charlotte Regional Conference on March 17

March 17, 2017 - March 17, 2017

Susan Fradenburg, Allyson Labban, and Maureen Demarest Murray will lead sessions at the Health Care Compliance Association's Charlotte Regional Conference on Friday, March 17.

Susan and Allyson will lead a presentation entitled "Provider Issue Spotting: Case Study Session." Topics include:

  • challenging yourself to spot issues not found in a compliance audit designed to find those issues
  • how good are you at identifying issues when they are exposed in casual conversation or office chatter?
  • this module will use everyday scenarios to expose compliance issues and challenge you to recognize and identify them, and the panelists will discuss how to address them

Maureen will co-lead a presentation alongside Claudia Douglass of Deloitte & Touche LLP on "MACRA: What it means for you and your organization." Discussion topics include:

  • obtaining an understanding of MACRA and two new paths for payments under the Medicare physician fee schedule, Alternative Payment Models (APMs), and the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System
  • considering the key implications of MACRA across the organization and areas of focus for compliance leadership, including strategic, financial, operational, reporting and technical considerations
  • reviewing a case study of a healthcare organization's response to AMCRA, including performance and quality measurement and reporting

For more information on the conference, click here.

Susan McNear Fradenburg
T (336) 378-5482
F (336) 378-5400
Allyson Jones Labban
T (336) 378-5261
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Natalma M. McKnew
T (864) 751-7608
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Maureen Demarest Murray
T (336) 378-5258
F (336) 433-7468
Lisa Kaminski Shortt
T (336) 378-5535
F (336) 378-5400
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