Overview of What You Will Learn
Are you a healthcare professional responsible for managing and reporting warranty credits on explanted medical devices? If so, this free webinar is for you!
CMS and the OIG have increased their scrutiny of how hospitals manage and report warranty credits, making it even more challenging for healthcare professionals.
During this informative webinar, our expert speakers Al Brander and Dennis Beall will cover the latest OIG audit of 911 hospitals, the standards that hospitals must follow, the process for managing and reporting warranty credits, and the role of vendor reps in this process.
You will learn everything you need to know about CMS’s Orphaned Standard and how to be compliant with it, including the following topics:
- The standards for managing and reporting warranty credits on explanted medical devices
- What the OIG will expect when they audit your hospital’s warranty credit management process
- The role of vendor reps in the process, including what they can and can’t do
- Why it’s challenging to comply with CMS standards and how to overcome these challenges
- The importance of conducting a mock audit to ensure compliance
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About the Speakers
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.
Joe Heminger graduated from Grand Valley State University in 2020 and started at SpendMend as an intern in 2017. Joe has become a subject matter expert on Medical Device Explant Warranty Tracking and is the Business Development Representative for SpendMend’s Medical Device Credit Tracking solution.