Webinar: How to Identify and Reduce Your Legal and Compliance Risk: Part II — Compliance Risk
- Date Recorded: October 16, 2017
- Presenters: Walter H. Boone and Chris Kimble
- Length: a little under 59 minutes
- Contact: [email protected] | 888-958-2282
- Price: $50.00 (Members receive 15% discount)
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Alcohol and drug treatment centers save lives. But legal and compliance risk threatens your ability to perform your calling. Ignoring that risk can stunt your growth, put you out of business, or worse, land you in jail. To reduce your legal and compliance risk, you must first know what that risk is. Treatment centers today face legal and compliance risk from many different areas. Assessing and reducing that risk requires a multi-disciplinary approach and expertise in all of the areas where you face risk.
Balch & Bingham LLP is a full-service law firm uniquely situated to advise treatment centers in all of the areas where they face risk. In this series of webinars, they present speakers from its different practice groups in the major topic areas of legal and compliance risk affecting treatment centers, including:
- Payment risk
- Statutory and regulatory risk
- Labor & employment risk
- Business risk
In Part II of this series, Balch & Bingham LLP partners Walter Boone and Chris Kimble outline statutory and regulatory risk in three areas – state statutes and regulations; federal privacy and confidentiality statutes and regulations; and federal and state anti-kickback statutes. In this webinar, you will learn some basic information about:
- What requirements these statutory and regulatory schemes present;
- What are the risks and penalties for non-compliance; and
- What steps you can take to assess and reduce your own risk in this area.
At the conclusion of the webinar, you will be able to start your own inventory in this area and get into action with tools and resources to reduce your compliance risk.
Walter H. Boone
Walter H. Boone is a trial lawyer with more than twenty five years of experience in litigation, and leads Balch & Bingham's multi-disciplinary team focused on the alcohol and drug treatment industry.
With seven years' experience in the healthcare industry prior to attending law school, Chris Kimble brings invaluable clinical and operational insights that benefit his healthcare clients today. Chris chairs Balch & Bingham's Health Care Litigation Practice Group, and maintains a regional practice throughout the Southeastern United States in litigation and counseling in the areas of health law, class action, fraud and abuse, medical malpractice, insurance, governmental investigations, and ERISA.