New York State Healthcare Compliance Webinar Series

New York State Healthcare Compliance Webinar Series

Due to the  magnitude and importance of Medicaid funding to healthcare providers, we are working in conjunction with Hancock Estabrook, LLP to help clients gear up for the new requirements.* LEARN MORE

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We have a developed a webinar series to assist in understanding these new regulations. Register below.

1 CPE Credit Hour Available / *This education activity has been submitted to the Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® and is currently pending their review for approval of CCB CEUs*
March 16th: What does OMIG Mean By “Effectiveness”? VIEW RECORDING
May 18th: Compliance Program Elements: Written Policies VIEW RECORDING
July 20th: Compliance Program Elements: Training and Education, Lines of Communications and Disciplinary Standards VIEW RECORDING
August 17th: Compliance Program Elements; Auditing and Monitoring, Self-Disclosure VIEW RECORDING


Is Your Compliance Program in Conformity with Recent Changes to New York State Law?

The New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (“OMIG”) issued final regulations on December 28, 2022, overhauling the mandatory compliance program requirements imposed on certain Medicaid providers, including Article 28 and Article 36 entities, as well as those that bill or order at least $1,000,000 in Medicaid reimbursable services in any given year (up from the previous threshold of $500,000).  In addition, in late January 2023, OMIG released guidance on what the agency will be looking for, when assessing whether providers are in compliance with the new rules. 

The new regulations require significant changes to providers’ existing compliance programs, call upon providers to focus on measuring “effectiveness” and mandate annual effectiveness evaluations.  LEARN MORE


* In compliance with state rules on the practice of law, clients will have direct contracts with Hancock Estabrook for any legal services provided.
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