Free: Your Hospital is at Risk for Major Penalties and Fines
Get the Protection You Need Before It’s Too Late!
Top 4 Questions We Will Answer During This Webinar
What does CMS/OIG expect of the hospital?
Why is it so difficult to meet those expectations?
Where are the typical points of failure in a hospital?
What is the cost of non-compliance?
The US Government is the largest purchaser of implantable medical devices in the U.S.; spending $35 Billion per year. Any organization that receives Medicare funds must return overpayments 60 days from discovery.
Unreturned overpayments are subject to the False Claims Act. A hospital that fails to return the credit payment is subject to a fine of $11,000 per instance plus a penalty equivalent to three times the value of each mismanaged credit.
Major hospital systems have already been forced to pay, in separate instances, $14M and $41M in penalties in fees as a result of the OIG crackdown!
Find out how you can save your organization by tuning into our Webinar on Thursday, September 5th at 1PM EDT/10AM PDT.
Meet The Experts
Dennis Beall is the manager of medical device audit and compliance at Spendmend. Dennis has over 30 years experience in the field and his specialty is in Medical device warranties and audits.
Alan Brander, RN FACHE MBA BSN BSW HCAP, is the Chief Sales Officer for SpendMend and has over 30 years experience. Alan created TrackCore, a tissue and implant compliance tracking solution, as well as TurnOver Tracker, an OR optimization software designed to automate and notify key personnel involved in the turn over process between surgical cases.
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