You've Got Mail: Various Communications from Government Agencies and How to Respond to Them -- LIFESPAN FALL SUMMIT (LIVE WEBINAR) -- September 30, 2020
Includes a Live Event on 09/30/2020 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
- Registration Closed
Long-term care providers must respond to a variety of government agency inquiries each year, ranging from voluntary government surveys to formal Office of Inspector General (OIG) subpoena. Often it is unclear what an inquiry is about, why the facility received the inquiry, and what type of government enforcement may follow. This presentation will provide an overview of federal and state government inquiries frequently received by nursing facilities and assisted living facilities. The presenter will offer best practices and strategies for responding to each type of inquiry and will discuss the purpose behind the inquiries and the requesting agency's authority, as well as the types of enforcement actions that may follow.
- Social Workers
- Assisted Living Managers
- Social Work
- Assisted Living Manager
Fees are per person
LifeSpan Member: $55.00
Kyle René, Esq
Associate, Hancock, Daniel & Johnson, P.C.
Kyle René is an Associate in Hancock Daniel’s Richmond office, where he advises clients in corporate transactions and regulatory compliance matters. He has aided healthcare organizations in drafting and executing managed care agreements, and has also overseen the implementation of compliance programs to meet the conditions of participation with Medicare. “In our industry, responsiveness is critical. I like to think of myself as a team member for my clients, and to be available to serve them when it matters most.”
Kyle began his legal career within the healthcare industry, serving as in-house counsel to skilled nursing facilities and related healthcare providers. Having worked alongside provider staff at all levels, from executives and owners to nursing aides, Kyle focuses on a practical approach to advising clients. “The regulatory and financial challenges that providers face on a daily basis demand an ‘on-the-ground’ approach to problem solving. My aim is to provide solutions that are realistic and relieve the burdens on providers, rather than increase them.”
Prior to joining Hancock Daniel, Kyle served as General Counsel to skilled nursing provider Cadia Healthcare, where he oversaw the organization’s Legal Department and advised company executives in transactional and regulatory matters.
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This program is sponsored by The Beacon Institute. This course is approved for 1.5 continuing education.
This program is approved by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long Term Care Administrators.
This program is approved by the Maryland Board of Social Worker Examiners for Category 1 Continuing education for social workers in Maryland.
Assisted Living Manger
This educational offering was approved by the Department of Mental Health and Hygiene, Office of Healthcare Quality, State of Maryland for Assisted Living Managers.
Refunds, minus a $25 processing fee per registrant, will be honored if requested in writing FIVE (5) business days prior to the date of the seminar.
Cancellation due to State survey, the state Surveyors must actually be in the building in order to receive a refund. To receive a refund due to a Survey, Beacon Institute requires a form to be completed, please contact Annmarie Gordon @ firstname.lastname@example.org. Attendees may send substitutions in their places without prior notification. Additional fees may apply.