Auditing and Monitoring in Hospice

Includes a Live Event on 07/15/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

According to the OIG, auditing is one of the seven fundamental elements of an effective compliance program. This webinar will cover auditing and monitoring as required by the OIG as part of an ongoing and effective compliance plan.

Topics covered in this webinar include:

  • Focus on high risk areas, including COVID-related issues
  • Mitigate risk exposure with audits
  • Create a paper trail that will support your compliance efforts, not work against them
  • Ensure the right people perform audits

Jordan Kearney

Senior Counsel

Jordan Kearney is senior counsel in the San Francisco office of Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC. Jordan is a member of the firm’s Fraud and Abuse Practice Group. Jordan provides regulatory and litigation counseling for a range of providers, including hospice providers.  Her practice focuses on the defense of healthcare providers in government investigations and audits, including federal and state False Claims Act actions, actions under the California Insurance Fraud Prevention Act, and audits by Unified Program Integrity Contractors (UPICs). Jordan also regularly counsels providers on internal investigations of potential overpayments and any subsequent obligations to report and return under the 60-Day Rule. 

Jordan graduated from Duke University with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and Spanish and a Certificate in Health Policy, and Emory University with a Juris Doctorate and a Certificate in Transactional Law. During law school, Jordan interned with in house counsel at a global biopharmaceutical company and with the Department of Health and Human Services.


Auditing and Monitoring in Hospice
This webinar will cover auditing and monitoring as required by the OIG as part of an ongoing compliance plan. Live event: 07/15/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT) You must register to access.