Industry Update: What the OIG's New General Compliance Program Guidance Means for Health Care Providers

60 Minutes
Joseph Wolfe
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Recently the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released new General Compliance Guidance (“GCPG”), its first major guidance on compliance programs in over 15 years.

The GCPG will be followed by a series of industry-specific compliance program guidance (“ICPG”) to be issued starting later in 2024. The GCPG retains the seven elements of a compliance program and adds important details on the OIG’s expectations for each element. In this webinar, Mr. Wolfe will provide an overview of the GCPG and will highlight where the OIG provides new details, expectations and insights for developing an effective compliance program.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • The potential impact of the GCPG on the industry
  • The evolving role of the compliance officer and expectations for the Compliance Committee
  • The emphasis on conducting and implementing a compliance risk assessment
  • The use of incentives to encourage participation in the compliance program
  • Refresher of the 7 elements of an effective compliance program

Who Will Benefit:
  • Health Care General Counsel
  • Health Care Executives
  • Health Care Compliance Professionals
  • Finance and Physician Compensation Directors

Speaker Profile
Joseph Wolfe is an attorney with Hall Render, the largest healthcare-focused law firm in the country. Mr. Wolfe supports high-performing hospitals, health systems, medical groups, and other healthcare organizations nationwide on complex financial, legal, regulatory, and strategic issues both as a consultant and attorney, depending on the scope of support, client preference, and need. He is a frequent speaker for most of the national healthcare trade associations and has given over 200 in-person, web-based, and podcast presentations in recent years. He is the leader of Hall Render’s healthcare regulatory practice group and currently serves as the vice chair of educational programming for the American Health Law Association’s Fraud & Abuse Practice Group. He is licensed as an attorney in both Florida and Wisconsin.

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