The OIG’s introduction of a mid-year update to its Work Plan now requires healthcare organizations to view the Work Plan as an ongoing, continuous process. Organizations not only need to review and act upon the areas introduced in the fall with the Work Plan’s traditional release, but also must now pivot and respond to new or revised areas of focus introduced with the mid-year update in the spring.
Join Darci Friedman, JD, CHPC, CSPO, PMC-III and Lynne Rinehimer, JD as they discuss strategies for responding to the Work Plan and Mid-Year Update, focusing on some of the new or revised Work Plan project areas, as well as areas where there have been new developments since the Work Plan’s November release.
Darci L. Friedman, JD, CHPC, CSPO, PMC-III is the Content Strategy & Author Acquisitions Manager for Healthcare Compliance, Coding & Reimbursement at Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. She is responsible for supporting the overall strategy for developing new content and features, innovating new product models, and recruiting top content contributors. Ms. Friedman has been with the company for over ten years.
Lynne Rinehimer, JD is the Manager of the ComplyTrack Editors and Sales Engineers for Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. and has spent her career in health care compliance. Lynne manages the compliance content in ComplyTrack, leads software demonstrations and assists in client training and methodology. Ms. Rinehimer has been with Wolters Kluwer for over ten years.
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