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Published February 11, 2022

On-Demand Webinar: “Keeping Your House Clean: Data Analytics in Health Care Enforcement and Compliance”

PYA thought leaders once again joined Foley & Lardner for the “Let’s ‘Virtually’ Talk Compliance” event January 19-20, 2022. The panel of presenters included healthcare attorneys, certified public accountants and valuators, and healthcare advisors. Four sessions were held, covering topics such as fraud and abuse, compensation valuation, and the No Surprises and False Claims Acts.

“Keeping Your House Clean: Data Analytics in Health Care Enforcement and Compliance”

Session 3, presented January 20, 2022 by:

Matt Krueger, Partner at Foley & Lardner
Valerie Rock, PYA Principal

DOJ, HHS, and OIG, and other agencies increasingly rely on sophisticated data analytics to guide enforcement efforts against health care fraud, waste, and abuse, which increases the need for compliance programs to use data analytics. This presentation covered:

  • DOJ and HHS OIG’s expectations for compliance programs, including effective use of data. 
  • Practical steps to take to improve use of data in compliance activities, including risk assessments, audits, and investigations. 
  • Challenges to using data effectively, including data availability, technical limitations, and the need to prioritize efforts.

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View All Sessions From the Event:

Session 1 – “Fraud & Abuse: Recent Cases Settled Summary”

Session 2 – “Compliance Considerations Related to Provider Compensation”

Session 3 – “Keeping Your House Clean: Data Analytics in Health Care Enforcement and Compliance”

Session 4 – “No (More) Surprises Act – Whoops Here’s One!”

 

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