7th Annual FSA Compliance and Risk Management Conference 
a free virtual event
September 30 | October 14 | October 21 | October 28

Registration opens: July 30, 2020

All Conference Sessions will be held from 2:00 - 3:30 PM EDT

Wednesday, September 30, 2020                                  
Regulatory Update | Paula Sanders, Esq., Post & Schell, P.C.

The COVID-19 pandemic added many changes and updates to regulations. This session will cover recent federal and state regulatory developments affecting long term care and post-acute providers. Learn how to prepare your staff for increased enforcement initiatives, get a sense of how surveys may look, and develop compliance strategies for regulatory risk mitigation.  

Wednesday, October 14, 2020                     
PDPM and Final Rule Implementation | Stephanie Kessler, Partner, RKL Senior Living Group

It has been one year since the start of PDPM: how is your organization doing and what can it be doing differently? The onset of the worldwide pandemic meant that there were fewer changes than we expected. This session will cover information sharing and lots of learning from year one.

Wednesday, October 21, 2020                        
Medical Marijuana in the Post-Acute and Long-Term Sectors | Alan C. Horowitz, Esq., Arnall Golden Gregory LLP

The legal issues surrounding the topic of medical marijuana are nuanced and often risky for providers since 33 states permit its use while the federal government does not. This becomes a challenge for all nursing homes that participate in the Medicare and/or Medicaid programs since they have agreed to abide by all federal laws as a condition of being a Medicare provider. There are many other legal issues on both sides of medical marijuana in long-term care, not the least of which is respecting residents’ rights.

Wednesday, October 28, 2020                      
Winning Documentation Practices | Roseann Brenner, Esq., Goldfein & Joseph, P.C.

How you and your staff document can mean the difference between success and failure when litigating a case. Litigation within the healthcare sector is on the rise and the long-term care and post-acute world is not exempt. In addition to the medical record, there are many other pieces of documentation that can become part of your case during litigation, including the event/incident report, statements, photos, emails, policies, procedures and guidelines. During this session, an experienced trial attorney will help you to understand the importance of all your documentation to better prepare you should your organization become involved in litigation.

Please note: Based on the current environment, and changes in regulations, these topics may be adjusted as needed.