Waiver Compliance Issues

The Health Ethics Trust is pleased to continue its series of free briefings on compliance issues related to the COVID-19 crisis. This briefing is unlike its predecessors in that it treats its topic, CMS waivers and OIG policies, in detail. We know that compliance...

Get Certified from Home

Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Washington Executive Course will be conducted as a live virtual seminar May 18-20. Nothing beats an in-person program but mid-May is too soon to fly. This is a limited enrollment course. The faculty is selected to cover current issues...

Covid-19 Compliance for Long-Term Care

The Health Ethics Trust is pleased to continue its series of free briefings on compliance issues related to the COVID-19 crisis. We thought it useful to set out some of the recent guidance provided by OIG, CMS, OCR, and the CDC, among others, to assist you in...

Get Certified at Your Desk

Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Washington Executive Course will be conducted as a virtual, live program on May 18-20. Nothing beats a live in-person program but mid-May is too soon to fly. This is a limited enrollment course for experienced compliance professionals....

COVID-19 and Telehealth Compliance

The Health Ethics Trust continues its series of free briefings on compliance issues related to the COVID-19 crisis. We thought it would be useful to set out some of the recent guidance provided by OIG, CMS, OCR, and the CDC, among others, to assist you in navigating...
COVID-19 for Compliance Professionals: Telemedicine

COVID-19 for Compliance Professionals: Telemedicine

Generally, Medicare Advantage Organizations (MAOs) maintain provider networks and either limit an enrollee’s ability to obtain Medicare-covered services from out-of-network providers or charge enrollees more when they receive services from out-of-network providers.

On March 10, 2020, CMS released guidance for MAOs (as well as for Part D sponsors) regarding certain obligations as well as permitted flexibilities related to disasters and emergencies resulting from COVID-19.

COVID-19 Compliance Guidance

The Health Ethics Trust continues its series of briefings addressing compliance issues related to the COVID-19 crisis. We thought it would be useful to set out some of the recent guidance provided by OIG, CMS, OCR, and the CDC, among others, to assist you in...