On July 13, the New York Office of Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) published proposed regulations implementing 2020 changes to law relating to provider compliance programs, Medicaid managed care fraud, waste and abuse prevention programs, and OMIG’s self-disclosure program. The proposed changes will significantly affect both payers and providers alike.

In the next installment of Rivkin Radler’s Healthcare Compliance Lunch & Learn series, Robert Hussar, a compliance professional and former OMIG First Deputy, will discuss OMIG’s proposed changes to New York’s Mandatory Compliance Program requirements, including the long-awaited new Self-Disclosure Program and new obligations under the Medicaid Managed Care Fraud and Abuse Prevention programs.

The program will be offered on Wednesday, July 27 and Thursday, July 28, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 PM Eastern time via Zoom. The same content will be presented in both sessions. Participants will be eligible for 1.2 CCB credits and 1 CLE credit in Professional Practice.

The program registration page is here. The Zoom link will be provided upon registration.

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