Uncover New Tactics for Minimizing Exposure to Claims, Responding to Violations, and More
Stay up to date on the latest regulations, court decisions, enforcement trends, and risks! This legal program starts off with an overview of key laws and then provides strategies for preventing and addressing fraud. Review recent advisory opinions, find out how to identify potential landmines, and analyze the top concerns of failing to comply with healthcare laws. Register today!
Stay informed of recent court decisions and enforcement trends.
Uncover practical guidance for implementing a compliance program.
Examine best practices for preventing whistleblower claims.
Spot the warning signs of fraud.
Discover critical steps to take when responding to a violation.
Key Laws to Know
Recent Advisory Opinions, Court Decisions, and Trends in Enforcement
Practical Techniques for Implementing Compliance Programs
Minimizing Exposure to Whistleblower Claims: Legal Best Practices
Identifying Risks: What to Look For
How to Spot Healthcare Fraud
Alterations of Medical Records: What You Need to Know
SUSAN MEEK, M.D., J.D., is an attorney whose practice primarily focuses on medical-legal, corporate and business matters, pharmaceutical and device litigation, nursing home litigation, real estate, mediation, and arbitration. She represents both plaintiffs and defendants in both transactional work and litigation. She has served as a special master in a large multi-party lawsuit and as an administrative law judge in Texas. In the past she has taught as an adjunct professor at the University of Houston Law School teaching ADR, dispute resolution, mediation, arbitration, and legal negotiation. As a mediator and arbitrator for many years in all areas of the law she is on the Federal Mediators list in Texas. She has previously served as an expert witness for the Department of Health and Human Services. She earned her B.S. degree from the University of Illinois, J.D. degree from the University of Illinois (Northern) and M.D. degree from Chicago Medical School. Ms. Meek trained at the Mayo Clinic and completed an ophthalmologic residency at the University of Arizona. In the past she has served on a Governor’s Task Force and has been involved on committees dealing with medical and legal issues.
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