Health Care Compliance Online Public Webinars
New Enforcement Risks Webinar - 11.10.2015
The Good Faith Compliance Policy Is Ending ... What Do Issuers of Qualified Health Plans Need To Know?
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, in 2014 and 2015 adopted a policy of no sanctions for noncompliant issuers so long as they demonstrated good faith efforts to comply. This ‘Good Faith Compliance Policy’ is ending in 2016. And CMS has identified key risk areas to audit going forward. Review the following webinar which was held Nov. 10, 2015 by compliance expert Marye Phillips. From the webinar presentation you will learn the 7 key areas that plans must address to ensure good faith compliance in 2016.
Marye Phillips is a health insurance compliance consultant supporting the federal government with auditing and oversight of insurance issuers in the Marketplaces, Medicare Part D, and the PACE program. She also is a faculty member of Health Care Compliance Online at Pitt Law.
Health Care Compliance Online is a comprehensive, accelerated Graduate Certificate Program offered by the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Our mission is to equip current and future compliance leaders with the knowledge, skills and judgment they need to institute and champion ethical compliance in a rapidly changing environment.