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Seven Ways Academic Medical Centers Can Put Themselves on DOJ's Radar

August 15, 2023
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. CT

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Academic Medicine 

Explore seven of the many ways academic medical centers can find themselves under government investigation or accused of false claims by whistleblowers, including:

  • AI/Auto-ordering
  • Misusing tracking technologies
  • Concurrent surgeries
  • Grant fraud
  • Research misconduct
  • Provider Relief Fund shortcomings
  • HRSA Uninsured claims

Plus, as a bonus, hear about the potential risk of wRVU-based compensation models that could be on the horizon, depending on the results of a False Claims Act jury trial against an academic medical center scheduled for later this year.

Jonathan Porter, Partner

Who Should Attend
General counsel, compliance officers, other C-suite executives within the healthcare industry, board members, and risk management professionals.

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