Overview of What You Will Learn
In their latest sample audit of cardiac device credits, the OIG found 100% of U.S. hospitals are out of compliance with CMS guidelines on some level. CMS estimates they have overpaid more than $30B and has promised the U.S. government to recoup billions in the next several years. They are actively sending letters to U.S. Hospitals notifying them that they are out of compliance with CMS guidelines.
Every hospital (including yours) is on their list.
Non-compliance can result in millions of dollars in fines and fees, you may even earn a spot on the excluded suppliers list. Severe cases of fraud will result in jail time for hospital executives.
Our panel of Medical Device Explant Process experts will provide a step-by-step check list to help you get ready for an OIG audit. Our panelists will also walk you through what to do if you get “The Letter” while offering you a best practices guide for better management of your Medical Device Warranty Credits.
In this webinar, you will gain the following insights:
- Review of the November 2020 Audit Results
- A preview of the OIG’s notification letter and what that will mean for your hospital
- An accounting of penalties, fees and fines to learn what is truly at stake
- An overview of the 5 things you need to do to prepare for an OIG Audit
- An in-depth inspection of a Mock OIG audit and what that could mean for you
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About the Speakers
Alan Brander RN FACHE MBA BSN BSW HCAP
Alan has over 30 years of hospital experience in clinical social work, nursing and hospital administration. Alan is a Fellow in the American College of HealthCare Executives and was a HealthCare Accreditation Certified Professional. He was the creator of TrackCore, a tissue and implant compliance tracking solution and TurnOver Tracker, an OR optimization software designed to provide real time monitoring and notification to key personnel involved in the turnover process between surgical cases.
Dennis Beall JD, RPh
Dennis has over 32 years auditing and consulting experience – The last 12 years have been in the healthcare industry. He worked 10 years with Contract Management Strategies, Inc. and developed the Warranty Tracking Program. The past 2.5 years with SpendMend, LLC working exclusively on the Warranty Tracking Program.