Interpreters, Translators, and Auxiliary Aids: Provider Obligations

As a "value added" benefit to our clients and friends, Holland & Hart's Healthcare Group is providing a complimentary series of webinars addressing Health Law Basics. The webinars provide a basic overview of some of the most common compliance issues, and may be used by participants to satisfy training requirements for their own staff.

Please join us for the tenth webinar in our Health Law Basics series: Interpreters, Translators, and Auxiliary Aids: Provider Obligations

Federal and state laws require most healthcare providers to take reasonable steps to accommodate patients who may not speak English or who may have a disability that interferes with effective communication. This program will review the relevant legal requirements and provide practical suggestions for compliance with applicable laws, including:

  • Medicaid Fraud Defined
  • Infrastructure for Enforcement of Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Laws
  • Medicaid Fraud Control Units
  • Safeguarding Against Provider and Payor Liability

Participants may use this program to train staff concerning their compliance duties. Documented training may help providers avoid or mitigate penalties in the event of a government investigation.

Agenda: Thursday, August 8, 2013
Noon - 1:00 p.m. MT: Presentation

Location: Webinar Only

Speaker:
Kim Stanger, Attorney, Holland & Hart LLP

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Please respond by Tuesday, August 6, 2013.

Questions? Contact Susan Westberry at 303-295-8273 or sdwestberry@hollandhart.com.

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