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Forecast for Telehealth Fraud and Abuse Risk in 2021

USA - January 14 2021 This Diagnosing Health Care Episode examines the fraud and abuse enforcement landscape in the telehealth space and considers ways telehealth…

Amy F. Lerman, Bonnie I. Odom.

Fraud and Abuse Enforcement Priorities in the Wake of COVID-19

USA - August 6 2020 In this Diagnosing Health Care Episode, hear how the Government’s fraud and abuse enforcement priorities have shifted as a result of the COVID-19…

Bonnie I. Odom, Jennifer E. Michael, Stuart M. Gerson.

DOJ Revises Guidance on Corporate Compliance Programs: Evolving Towards More Individualized Evaluations

USA - June 17 2020 Companies need to be aware of updated guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) - Criminal Division governing how the agency will…

Jeffrey P. Mongiello, Machelle Dunavant Shields.

OIG Offers an Alternative to Advisory Opinions for Emergency Arrangements During the Public Health Emergency

USA - May 4 2020 In an effort to ensure that health care providers have the regulatory flexibility they need to adequately respond to COVID-19 concerns during the…

Jennifer E. Michael.

First Federal COVID-19-Related Enforcement Action Filed as DOJ and FBI Commit to Preventing Fraud in the Nation’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

USA - March 23 2020 After U.S. Attorney General, William P. Barr[1] and the Federal Bureau of Investigation issued warnings this week regarding potential fraudulent…

Elena M. Quattrone.