Do you need some solid guidance on implementing a compliance program?
Are you having a hard time implementing or enforcing federal guidelines?
Do you need some quick advice on a sticky reimbursement issue that you
Have you ever wished your providers would really listen to you about important
Do you have a matter that you would like to get an expert's perspective
PMI has arranged private consultation sessions with five health care compliance
and reimbursement experts at its 2014 National Conference in Las Vegas next
How it Works: Everyone registered for PMI's National Conference in Las Vegas who is interested in a private consult can enter their name in a drawing for a 20-minute time slot with one of five experts. With as many as 30 time slots available, the odds are good.
Sean M. Weiss, CCP-P, CPMA, CPC, CPC-P, ASC-EM is a nationally-recognized compliance expert who specializes in medical audit and appeal representation. He works with large and small healthcare practices that have been targeted by federal (Medicare), state (Medicaid), and commercial insurance payors. Sean delivers measurable financial results while helping clients reduce their financial risk.
Robert W. Liles, JD, MBA, MS heads one of the nation's leading law firms focused on health care fraud defense and regulatory matters representing healthcare providers in civil, criminal, and administrative proceedings. He was the first National Health Care Fraud Coordinator and subsequently worked as Deputy Director of the U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office for United States Attorneys.
D.K. Everitt, CMCO, CCO works with medium-to-large medical facilities to assist with the development, implementation, and maintenance of corporate compliance programs. His areas of expertise include establishing and managing federally certified health clinics, evaluating and assessing medical facilities, implementing Corporate Integrity Agreements, developing and implementing compliance programs, and OSHA and HIPAA compliance training.
Heidi Kocher, JD, MBA, BS has represented and advised critical access and long-term care hospitals, physician groups, home health agencies, DME companies, pharmacies, non-profit organizations, and licensed individuals. Her experience in healthcare law and compliance includes time in private practice, as well as positions at a large hospital corporation, and medical equipment companies.
Shannon O. DeConda, CPC, CPC-I, CEMC, CMSCS, CPMA, CRTT helps practices optimize business processes and maximize reimbursements. Shannon identifies missed revenue opportunities for clients as well as coding habits that may put the practice at risk. Shannon then trains practice providers and staff based on their specific areas of need, empowering them with techniques that help them receive full and timely reimbursement for all the services provided to patients.
Time slots are limited. A random drawing will determine the winners on the morning of Thursday, November 6 at the National Conference. If you aren't yet registered, don't delay! This could be your best opportunity to talk one-on-one with a consultant at no charge.