The 2019 Board Attorneys Workshop is designed specifically for attorneys and legal staff of state medical and osteopathic boards, including individuals involved with the investigation and prosecution of physician licensure and disciplinary cases. The Workshop provides participants with the opportunity to share and exchange valuable information on case experiences, best practices and current issues pertinent to board attorneys.
Prepare your organization to respond to the ever-increasing emphasis on healthcare compliance issues by enforcement authorities. Hear first-hand from government officials about regulatory changes, expectations, and key priorities. Hear first‑hand from government officials about regulatory changes, expectations, and key priorities at the Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference. Gain the knowledge and skills needed to properly address potential violations and improve your organization’s compliance program. Connect and share ideas with your industry peers and government officials while earning valuable continuing education units (CEUs).
The 2019 agenda includes:Government Enforcement Panel 2019 CMS Update OCR Update Operationalize Compliance through Data Analytics Litigating a False Claims Act Case Privacy Breach Response The Opioid Crisis and Compliance False Claims Act Liability and Post-Acute Care
Jim Anliot will be representing Affiliated Monitors as an attendee of the 26th Annual Federation of Associations of Regulatory Boards Regulatory Law Seminar. This year, the FARB RLS runs from September 28-30, 2018 in Portland, Oregon, and features Oregon Attorney General Ellen F. Rosenblum as the keynote speaker. Connect with us if you’ll be there!
“The 2018 FARB Regulatory Law Seminar (RLS) will bring together leading experts and attorneys from across the country to discuss the latest trends in the licensing of professionals. This first-class educational program delivers the tools and information needed to ensure the efficient and effective operation of state regulatory boards. Designed for assistant attorneys general and board attorneys, the RLS will cover topics related to administrative law and representing regulatory boards.