If you bill Medicare, Medicaid or Tricare, The False Claims Act is a very real threat to your practice. The tremendous incentives that it provides to whistleblowers has led to a huge number of suits with enormous financial awards – and there is no end in sight.
To correctly self-disclose Medicare potential billing violations, you need to learn about Medicare’s “Provider Self-Disclosure Protocol,” which is easier said than done – unless you get a little help.
This is where former United States Attorney, A. Brian Albritton, JD, can help.
During his upcoming 60-minute online training on Thursday, February 13th at 1pm ET, Mr. Albritton will walk you through the Protocol and its procedures for what to do and to whom to report if you discover potential Medicare billing violations.
By attending this upcoming, 60-minute online training session, you will learn:
- How self reporting can help prevent whistleblower allegations (and the associated legal nightmares)
- How to identify potential whistleblowers, and avoid costly related accusations
- How whistleblower qui tam suits are the most powerful weapon for addressing health care fraud
- How to correctly utilize The Provider Self-Disclosure Protocol to protect your practice
- How to give the Agency what they want from a successful self report
- How to delay repayments of erroneously received reimbursement by self reporting
- And much more…
Who should attend this training? Physician practices, clinics, DME provides, laboratories, hospitals, home health agencies, specialized nursing facilities, etc. Again, if you receive reimbursement from Medicare, Medicaid or Tricare this training is a must attend.
It’s essential that you know the process for self-disclosing potential Medicare billing violations to protect your practice from costly, time-consuming, stress-filled fraud allegations (and the penalties and fines that can accompany them).
Don’t wait, sign up for this expert-led Medicare self-disclosure online training today.
Mr. Albritton is currently a partner in the Tampa office of Phelps Dunbar law firm. A key area of his practice is on “white collar” criminal defense False Claims Act and Qui Tam litigation. He has defended numerous criminal and civil health care fraud, False Claims Act, and Qui Tam cases. Along with his trial practice, clients frequently call upon him to conduct internal investigations regarding alleged misconduct in their healthcare businesses; defend and coordinate responses to subpoenas from investigative bodies; develop corporate compliance programs and conduct employee and management training on compliance issues.
Previously, Mr. Albritton serviced as U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Florida from 2008-2010. In that position, he supervised the prosecution of all federal crimes and the litigation of all civil matters involving the federal government in the District, and he directed 110 assistant U.S. Attorneys in offices located in Tampa, Ft. Myers, Orlando, Jacksonville and Ocala. Under Mr. Albritton’s leadership, the District substantially increased its white collar prosecutions and gained national recognition for its
Prior to serving as U.S. Attorney, Mr. Albritton was a partner in the Tampa office of Holland & Knight LLP (1990-2008). He also served as an Adjunct Professor at Stetson University College of Law (1998-2004) where he taught Federal Criminal Law Seminars and Federal Courts. He served as a law clerk to U.S. District Judge William Terrell Hodges, M.D. Florida (1988-1990).