NACHC Corporate Compliance Training
Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at 1:00 PM - Thursday, February 7, 2013 at 5:00 PM (EST)
Henrico, United States
In addition to making significant changes to the health care system, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act grants new authority to enforcement agencies, increases potential financial penalties, and establishes new government audit programs. Now, for the first time, compliance programs will also become mandatory conditions of enrollment in Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP.
Undoubtedly, these changes create significant risks for health centers that lack an effective corporate compliance program to maintain compliance with the myriad legal, regulatory, and financial requirements. This compliance training will equip your health center with key information on enforcement trends, equip your health center with tools and tips to implement your compliance program, and empower your health center to maintain compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
Compliance 101 will describe the evolution of corporate compliance programs and describe strategies for implementing effective compliance programs. Compliance 201 will describe emerging enforcement trends, financial risk areas, clinical risk areas, and risk areas relevant to Section 330 requirements that are applicable to HRSA site visit reviews.
Each CHC will be required to purchase ONE subscription to the NACHC Corporate Compliance Toolkit located at www.HealthCenterCompliance.com. This two year subscription must be purchased before the training begins.
When & Where
Virginia Community Healthcare Association
About the Virginia Community Healthcare Association:
The Virginia Community Healthcare Association is a not-for-profit statewide association representing more than 100 community/migrant health center sites and similar organizations. The Association provides a number of services to its members all with the goal of increasing access to health care for all Virginians.
For more than 30 years, the Association has provided training and technical assistance services to CHCs in areas such as clinical/staff development, recruitment and retention services, board and executive development and financial training. The Association also works with communities throughout Virginia that are looking into starting a community health center.
“This event was made possible in part by Cooperative Agreement Number U58CS06833 from Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA)/Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors/speakers and do not necessarily represent the official views of the HRSA/BPHC.”
Options for overnight lodging:
Marriott Courtyard Richmond Northwest-$93 per night including internet
3950 Westerre Parkway
Henrico, VA 23233
When calling directly to the hotel at the number above, please ask for rate code VCHR for a room with a King bed and VCHS for a room with 2 queen beds.
The hotel's website is www.marriott.com/ricnw. On the right side of the page, click "Special Rates & Awards" and type VC1 in the "corporate/promotion code" box.
Hyatt Hotel Sierra-$119 per night including breakfast
11800 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23233
Ask for the Government rate
Comfort Suites-$79 per night Single King; $90.09 Double-includes internet and breakfast
4051 Innslake Drive
Glen Allen, VA 23060
Call the direct number above and ask for the Westerre Conference Center group rate.