Healthcare Industry Conference

Description

Fraud in healthcare is a fast-growing problem nationwide, and our state is not immune. What’s more, forms of fraud have become more varied and pernicious, and there is a need now—more than ever—for healthcare financial professionals to become better equipped to help their organizations detect, prevent, and recover from the serious threats fraud poses.
 
This year’s conference will feature fraud topics on Medicaid and Medicare, the use of data analytics to detect and prevent payment fraud, investigative best practices, and much more. Curriculum will also include traditional sessions, such as economic and A&A updates, as well as new sessions on hot topics such as disaster preparedness and wearable health technologies.
 
The healthcare industry is fast-moving and continually exposed to new challenges and opportunities. Don’t miss this chance to get ahead and keep your organization on the offense.
 
 
Day 1 of this conference will also be available as a Live Streaming Webcast. Click here for registration information.

 

 

Objective

Attendees will receive an update on the latest developments affecting healthcare organizations in order to provide solutions to today's problems and prepare for tomorrow's challenges.

Who Should Attend

Participants who have health care organizations as clients; health care executives, administrators, and managers involved with organizational and managerial issues; and those working with hospitals, medical practices, nursing facilities, and home health agencies or governmental entities

Required Knowledge

None

Advanced Prep

None

Event Speaker(s)

Dr. Cal Christian, CPA, PhD ( East Carolina University-College of Business, Greenville, NC ), Chuck Gallagher ( Chuck Gallagher, LLC, Greenville, SC ), Mr. Kevin Anthony Leder, CPA ( CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, Raleigh, NC ), Chris Kuehl, PhD ( Armada Corporate Intelligence, Kansas City, KS ), Ms. Beth Ann Wood, CPA ( NC Office of the State Auditor, Raleigh, NC ), Ms. Tasha Bailey, M.S., CFE ( APEX Analytix, Greensboro, NC ), Ms. Stephanie Bias ( NC Department of Insurance - Seniors' Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP), Raleigh, NC ), Mr. James Calanni ( Community Health Partnership, Colorado Springs, NC ), Mr. Samuel B. Clark, CPA ( NC Health Care Facilities Association, Holly Springs, NC ), Ms. Michelle Lee Durner, CPA ( Applied Medical Systems Inc., Cary, NC ), Ms. Carriedelle Fusco, RN, MSN, FNP-BC ( MAHEC Family Health Center at Biltmore, Asheville, NC ), Dr. Nicholas LaRaia ( Campbell University - College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Buies Creek, NC ), Mr. Erik C. Lioy, CPA ( Grant Thornton, LLP, Charlotte, NC ), Mr. Norman Mosrie ( Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, Charleston, WV ), Rodney Murray ( Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, Charlotte, NC ), Ms. Bernadette M. Spong, CPA ( Orlando Health, Orlando, FL ), Kurt C. Stakeman ( Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice, LLP, Winston-Salem, NC ), Mr. Steven Douglas Stang, CPA ( CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, Charlotte, NC ), R. Perry Tomlinson ( University of North Georgia - Mike Cottrell College of Business, Dahlonega, GA ), Walter D. Coleman, MBA ( Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, Richmond, VA ), Jared Sieling, MS ( Maple Grove, MN ),

Additional Event Information

Accommodations
Grandover Resort & Conference Center
336-294-1800

Please use the following link to book in NCACPA's room block:
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Discounted Reservation Cut-off Date: June 1, 2017
Room Rate: $163 Single/Double

Onsite Information
Registration/Continental Breakfast: 7:15–8:00 am. Sessions begin at 8:00 am.

Download Your Materials Before You Arrive Onsite!
Conference materials will be distributed electronically to registrants 3 days in advance of the program. You may download your materials to a laptop, tablet, or e-reader, or print them. It’s up to you how you choose to view the materials. Printed materials will not be available on site. Downloading in advance is recommended.


Sessions

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (8:05 am–9:05 am ET)

General #1: Healthcare Fraud—Blind Spots, Choices, & Consequences
Chuck Gallagher ( Chuck Gallagher, LLC, Greenville, SC ),

What causes an otherwise intelligent person—a person who knows the difference between right and wrong—to make a choice that will negatively impact themselves and their organization? You’ll find out in this fascinating presentation on human values, ethics and fraud. New light will be shed on why we do what we do and how to influence behavior.
 
Most ethics and fraud presentations and training programs focus on compliance and legal issues—as if ethical choices are either legal or not. The reality is, ethical choices have far more impact on an organization long before the issue of “legal or illegal” comes into play. While your ethics code of conduct might meet all the standards required, the missing piece for most organizations is the ability to help management and employees understand the human dynamic associated with conduct management.  And, the truth is, fraud doesn’t start big—it starts with one small step on the slippery slope of unethical behavior until it gets too far gone and out of control.
 

It’s time to take ethics training and fraud prevention in a different direction. No longer is a two-hour compliance speech going to change behavior! In this program the curtain will be pulled back to reveal the truth about behavior and how we shape a new direction in local government leadership.

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (9:15 am–10:15 am ET)

General #2: Medicaid Overpayments & Fraud in North Carolina
Ms. Beth Ann Wood, CPA ( NC Office of the State Auditor, Raleigh, NC ),

State Auditor Beth Wood will present an overview of Medicaid overpayment and fraud in North Carolina as well as details about recent cases handled by the Office of the State Auditor and other state agencies. Case discussions will include background on the specific situations, how the overpayment or fraud happened, how it was detected, and a discussion on the role CPAs have in protecting North Carolina’s $11 billion Medicaid program. The Office of the State Auditor has made the Medicaid program an area of focus in recent years as the state attempts to control spending while improving health outcomes.

Field of Study: Auditing

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (10:25 am–11:15 am ET)

General #3: Exploring the Future of Healthcare Technologies
Mr. Kevin Anthony Leder, CPA ( CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, Raleigh, NC ),

In the world of healthcare, game-changers are becoming the norm. The healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) is here now and offers some fascinating opportunities in the delivery of healthcare. In this session, we will examine some of the latest trends and technologies that are shaping healthcare delivery of the future.

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (11:30 am–12:20 pm ET)

1A: Chronic Pain & the Opioid Epidemic—Where Are We Now & How Did We Get Here?
Ms. Carriedelle Fusco, RN, MSN, FNP-BC ( MAHEC Family Health Center at Biltmore, Asheville, NC ),

Pain is the most common reason for seeking medical care. The typical treatment for acute and chronic pain often means a patient is prescribed opioids. Unfortunately, the risks of the pain medication often outweigh the benefits. Because of the numbers of pills prescribed and the increasing dosages of the medication, we now have a national epidemic of opioid use disorders and unintentional overdoses in the United States. This session will provide an understanding of the opioid crisis and what medical providers, patients, and our communities can do to help reduce the risks of addiction and overdoses.

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (11:30 am–12:20 pm ET)

1B: Long-Term Care Update
Mr. Samuel B. Clark, CPA ( NC Health Care Facilities Association, Holly Springs, NC ),

Change seems to be the only constant in the healthcare industry, with even more changes than usual occurring over this past year. Even more changes are on the horizon. This session will cover some of the more recent changes that have had an impact on the long-term care industry and proposed changes that could have an impact on long-term care providers, with a majority of the emphasis on nursing facilities.

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (11:30 am–12:20 pm ET)

1C: Understanding Risk-Based Payment Programs
Walter D. Coleman, MBA ( Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, Richmond, VA ),

As the healthcare industry swiftly transitions from a volume- to value-based reimbursement model, mastering the mandatory and voluntary risk-based payment programs will ensure maximized reimbursement payments and improved quality of care for your patients. Understanding and decreasing your facility’s Medicare spend will drive all future success in this arena. This session will demonstrate how to effectively leverage analytics, informatics, change
management, and workflow analysis to effectively influence process improvements, increase clinical performance, and achieve maximum outcomes as set forth by the ACA while evaluating value-based purchasing, readmissions, hospital-acquired conditions, bundled payments, and Medicare share savings performance.

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (1:10 pm–2:00 pm ET)

2A: 2017 Professional Ethics & Conduct, Part 1
Dr. Cal Christian, CPA, PhD ( East Carolina University-College of Business, Greenville, NC ),

This course by Cal Christian is offered in a group-study format where participants and the discussion leader have opportunities to interact and discuss ethical issues facing the profession. North Carolina Professional Ethics and Conduct rules are just one subsection of the set of rules and standards governing North Carolina CPAs. However, the importance of professional ethics merits an in-depth study, because making the right decision every time is hard! Without a solid ethical base, the rules are difficult to apply. The North Carolina Professional Ethics and Conduct rules will be specifically examined, clarifying how they are applicable to all CPAs. Standards of ethical conduct are not only examined for those CPAs in public practice, but also for CPAs working in industry, government, and education throughout North Carolina. You will examine current trends in ethical behavior, social networking, and fraud. Real-life case studies supplied by North Carolina CPAs that examine those ethical dilemmas most prevalent in the workplace will be discussed.
 
Note—This course fulfills the State Board’s annual two-hour ethics CPE requirement. The two-hour ethics course is required for annual license renewal for North Carolina CPAs and does not qualify one to obtain an original or reciprocal certificate (the Accountancy Law course required for certification and reciprocity is an eight-hour program that is also offered by NCACPA , and it satisfies this requirement). If you have questions, please contact the NC State Board of CPA Examiners. The vendor has identified this course as satisfying the 80-hour requirement for Yellow Book. It is up to the individual to determine if this course meets the 24-hour Yellow Book requirement. If you have a question, please contact the GAO at (202) 512-9535.
 

In order to receive credit for the two-hour ethics requirement, you must attend both sessions.

Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (1:10 pm–2:00 pm ET)

2B: Healthcare IT—Past, Present, & Future of IT in the Healthcare Vertical
Mr. James Calanni ( Community Health Partnership, Colorado Springs, NC ),

This session will focus on the historical challenges to keep up with technology in the healthcare industry as compared to other verticals. There will be some discussion of the current state of technology as well as the new administration in Washington, DC, and how that may impact IT in the present and future.  Some of these impacts will include payment methodologies (capitation, value-based payments, etc.) Finally, we will focus on specific uses of technology in the accountable care scenarios that are inevitable with the upcoming changes in healthcare.

Field of Study: Information Technology

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (2:10 pm–3:00 pm ET)

3A: 2017 Professional Ethics & Conduct, Part 2
Dr. Cal Christian, CPA, PhD ( East Carolina University-College of Business, Greenville, NC ),

This course by Cal Christian is offered in a group-study format where participants and the discussion leader have opportunities to interact and discuss ethical issues facing the profession. North Carolina Professional Ethics and Conduct rules are just one subsection of the set of rules and standards governing North Carolina CPAs. However, the importance of professional ethics merits an in-depth study, because making the right decision every time is hard! Without a solid ethical base, the rules are difficult to apply. The North Carolina Professional Ethics and Conduct rules will be specifically examined, clarifying how they are applicable to all CPAs. Standards of ethical conduct are not only examined for those CPAs in public practice, but also for CPAs working in industry, government, and education throughout North Carolina. You will examine current trends in ethical behavior, social networking, and fraud. Real-life case studies supplied by North Carolina CPAs that examine those ethical dilemmas most prevalent in the workplace will be discussed.
 
Note—This course fulfills the State Board’s annual two-hour ethics CPE requirement. The two-hour ethics course is required for annual license renewal for North Carolina CPAs and does not qualify one to obtain an original or reciprocal certificate (the Accountancy Law course required for certification and reciprocity is an eight-hour program that is also offered by NCACPA , and it satisfies this requirement). If you have questions, please contact the NC State Board of CPA Examiners. The vendor has identified this course as satisfying the 80-hour requirement for Yellow Book. It is up to the individual to determine if this course meets the 24-hour Yellow Book requirement. If you have a question, please contact the GAO at (202) 512-9535.
 
In order to receive credit for the two-hour ethics requirement, you must attend both sessions.
 
 

Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (2:10 pm–3:00 pm ET)

3B: How to Stay Relevant by Adding Business Intelligence to Your Tool Belt
Mr. James Calanni ( Community Health Partnership, Colorado Springs, NC ),

Learn how you can leverage the emerging field of DIY business intelligence and analytics tools to create “The Dashboard Effect,” where every employee from the CEO down can instantly access the insights they need to make better decisions, and to focus on profitability. Leading companies are becoming more data-driven to remain competitive in a hyper-productive business environment. Microsoft’s Power BI, integrated with modern Excel, is the most capable (according to Forrester and Gartner) and the most affordable NI platform on the market. This session will demonstration how business intelligence dashboards are one the most effective, low-overhead tactics for driving efficiency and growth. Three easy steps will be outlined for getting started with Excel’s and Power BI’s powerful visual analytics, and highlights for best practices for maximizing the impact of your dashboards. Finally, there will be a discussion on what thought leaders in the accounting industry are saying about the critical role of business intelligence for financial management professionals.

Field of Study: Computer Software & Applications

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (3:15 pm–4:20 pm ET)

General #4: What Happens When Our Efforts to Protect PHI Fall Short—Current Trends & Incidents
Rodney Murray ( Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, Charlotte, NC ),

New cybersecurity incidents and data breaches make headlines each day, with unanticipated costs affecting a company’s brand, infrastructure, and bottom line. Individuals can be impacted by identifying theft that can impact credit ratings and result in financial loss. The data breaches and systems being compromised remind us that all companies, no matter the size or industry, are being targeted. In addition to viruses and malware, hackers’ techniques continue to evolve that can be as simple as an email request or a phone call.
 

This session will arm you with an inside look at the latest information available on cyberattacks and trends, take a look at the latest schemes and methods for accessing private data, and cover best practices that can be used to reduce cyber risk. We will also examine what happens with PHI that is obtained through nefarious methods, and how that impacts businesses and individuals.

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Thursday, June 22, 2017 (4:30 pm–5:40 pm ET)

General #5: Lessons Learned—Orlando Health's Response to The Pulse Nightclub Shooting
Ms. Bernadette M. Spong, CPA ( Orlando Health, Orlando, FL ),

June 12, 2016 was a tragic day in Orlando. That Sunday morning, a lone shooter entered the Pulse nightclub and brutally shot and killed innocent men and women. The nightclub was less than three blocks from Orlando Health, Central Florida’s only Level 1 Trauma Center. For the next several hours, Orlando Health team members, physicians, and first responders worked tirelessly to care for the many injured.  While Orlando Health has consistently practiced mass casualty drills, we learned many lessons that will allow us and other healthcare systems to be better prepared should a similar tragedy occur.

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Friday, June 23, 2017 (8:00 am–8:50 am ET)

4A: Healthcare Payment Fraud Prevention & Detection Through Predictive Data Analytics
Mr. James Calanni ( Community Health Partnership, Colorado Springs, NC ),

This session will focus on three main areas, the first of which is a general discussion about fraud itself—the characteristics, indicators, patterns, and vulnerabilities. The next section will look at the types of fraud, specifically in the healthcare industry, from payment fraud to identity theft/patient health information, and provider/practitioner fraud. The final part will discuss the current state of technology in deploying advanced data analytics techniques (such as anomaly, rules-based, and predictive) and social media to detect and prevent fraud to maintain healthcare payment integrity.

Field of Study: Auditing

Friday, June 23, 2017 (8:00 am–8:50 am ET)

4B: Economic Update—What Does Healthcare Look Like Now?
Chris Kuehl, PhD ( Armada Corporate Intelligence, Kansas City, KS ),

To observe that we are in tumultuous times would be an understatement. The healthcare battle has been raging since the start of the year, and we are no closer to a solution. The fact that healthcare reform is intimately connected to tax reform plans makes it that much more challenging. Where are we now and how is this playing as far as the overall economy? By the end of the presentation, attendees should have some sense of the overt and underlying issues and who the key players are—at least for the moment.

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Friday, June 23, 2017 (8:00 am–8:50 am ET)

4C: Your Personal Ethics Perspective
R. Perry Tomlinson ( University of North Georgia - Mike Cottrell College of Business, Dahlonega, GA ),

This presentation will explore the role of ethical perspectives in leadership effectiveness, ethical decision-making, and developing ethical cultures. Participants will be introduced to an Ethical Lens Inventory to allow them to learn about the gifts of their perspective, their prioritized primary and secondary values, potential blind spots, their risks, potential double standards, and ways to achieve ethical maturity. A decision-making model will also be presented that incorporates the four primary perspectives when dealing with an ethical dilemma.

 
Learning Objectives

•Develop an understanding of their ethical perspective
•Learn to identify others’ ethical perspectives
•Understand how their perspective can impact their leadership
•Understand the differences in values within the primary ethical perspectives
•Learning to use all ethical perspectives in making effective ethical decisions

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Friday, June 23, 2017 (9:00 am–10:00 am ET)

5A: Conducting Healthcare Fraud Investigations
Mr. Erik C. Lioy, CPA ( Grant Thornton, LLP, Charlotte, NC ), Kurt C. Stakeman ( Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice, LLP, Winston-Salem, NC ),

This session will provide an understanding of recent trends in healthcare fraud and enforcement actions, and will help participants develop practical strategies to manage fraud risk. Topics included will be: * Effects of a changing healthcare environment * Types of healthcare schemes * Cost of occupational fraud * Fraud detection * Fraud prevention/managing risk * Effective internal controls

Field of Study: Auditing

Friday, June 23, 2017 (9:00 am–10:00 am ET)

5B: Healthcare Accounting Update
Mr. Norman Mosrie ( Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, Charleston, WV ),

This session will cover the latest key topics impacting financial accounting and reporting for health care entities, including the not-for-profit reporting model, leases, revenue recognition and other matters.

Field of Study: Accounting

Friday, June 23, 2017 (9:00 am–10:00 am ET)

5C: Building an Ethical Culture—A Values-Based Leadership Approach
R. Perry Tomlinson ( University of North Georgia - Mike Cottrell College of Business, Dahlonega, GA ),

This presentation will provide insights into how to build an ethical culture. We will explore the returns on ethical cultures and the costs of unethical cultures. We will also identify the role that organizational values plays in nurturing an ethical culture. We will review the steps to making your core values come alive. Learning Objectives: * Provide a definition of ethics within organizational values * Develop understanding of the consequences of ethical cultures * Show the steps that will build effective ethical cultures * Review different ethical perspectives * Connect the role of ethical leadership to employee engagement

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Friday, June 23, 2017 (10:10 am–11:10 am ET)

6A: Vendor Fraud in Health Care—The Diagnosis—Ignorance is not Bliss
Ms. Tasha Bailey, M.S., CFE ( APEX Analytix, Greensboro, NC ),

In today’s business environment, fraud is a costly and complex issue. The Association for Certified Fraud Examiners’ 2016 Report to the Nations says the typical company will lose 5% of annual revenues to fraud. Don’t let your company become a statistic.
 

Though maintaining an effective risk management program is an important first step towards protection, it can be virtually impossible to screen each vendor record and invoice manually for fraud-related trends and anomalies—especially before disbursements are made.

 

Come learn the symptoms of a vendor andorganization at risk for fraud. In this session, you will learn how to be
proactive in identifying potential areas of risk and fraud and hear about how a world leader in consumer health, medical devices, diagnostics, biologics, and pharmaceuticals shifted from detection to a prevention-based approach. There will also be an opportunity to participate in a quick Vendor Risk Health Check.

Field of Study: Auditing

Friday, June 23, 2017 (10:10 am–11:10 am ET)

6B: Healthcare M&A—What Should You & Your Organization Be Thinking About TODAY?
Mr. Steven Douglas Stang, CPA ( CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, Charlotte, NC ),

As healthcare continues to evolve, more and more providers are considering aligning with other partners. This session will address the following questions: * What is the landscape of mergers & alignments, both nationally and in North Carolina? * When should your organization consider an alignment or merger? * What are the types of arrangements that can be used? * What are the advantages and disadvantages of the different arrangements?

Field of Study: Accounting

Friday, June 23, 2017 (10:10 am–11:10 am ET)

6C: Offshoring Your Coding & Transcriptions—Traps, Pitfalls, & How to Avoid Them
Ms. Michelle Lee Durner, CPA ( Applied Medical Systems Inc., Cary, NC ),

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Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Friday, June 23, 2017 (11:25 am–12:30 pm ET)

General #6: Wearables in Care Delivery—Where Are We Now & What Can We Expect Moving Forward?
Jared Sieling, MS ( Maple Grove, MN ),

As direct-to-consumer wearables are becoming more popular outside of health systems, providers are unsure if and how to utilize them. Questions of data validity, usability, and usefulness still need to be addressed. Benefits of increased patient-engagement and satisfaction, remote monitoring and risk assessment, and overall reductions in cost of care are still being proven. Where are we now, and what can we expect moving forward?

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Friday, June 23, 2017 (12:55 pm–1:55 pm ET)

General #7: Medicare Fraud—Think You Can’t Become a Victim? Think Again!
Ms. Stephanie Bias ( NC Department of Insurance - Seniors' Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP), Raleigh, NC ),

Each year, Medicare loses $68 billion to Medicare fraud. These dollars belong to the Medicare beneficiaries that have contributed to the Medicare Trust Fund throughout their working career. Beneficiaries want to be “prudent stewards” of their benefits, but oftentimes become victims of frauds and scams targeting their healthcare coverage, thus their benefits and dollars. Join us for a conversation focusing on: * Financial Planning toward Medicare—costs for both primary and secondary coverage * Navigating the complexities of Medicare healthcare delivery systems—original
Medicare, Medicare managed care, Medicare drug plans, employer group health plans * Identifying healthcare scams targeting beneficiaries; how to avoid and what to do if beneficiary becomes a victim; from identity theft, billing errors, fraudulent billing practices, waste, and abuse through upcoding services * Understanding The Reporting Steps 0151, reviewing of healthcare statements for accuracy, and the process for reporting discrepancies and the appeals process.

Field of Study: Auditing

Friday, June 23, 2017 (2:10 pm–3:10 pm ET)

General #8: Making a Fractured, Disjointed, & Tangled Healthcare System Work to Rebuild Lives
Dr. Nicholas LaRaia ( Campbell University - College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Buies Creek, NC ),

A healthcare clinician’s own journey from near-fatal trauma through recovery, rebuilding, and ultimately thriving in life again will be told from the perspective of patient and healthcare clinician. This story will illustrate some of the financial hurdles on the road to recovery despite good healthcare coverage, and some of the bureaucratic and policy entanglements of the healthcare system and the health insurance and auto insurance industries. How these obstacles were overcome demonstrates the commitment, dedication, resourcefulness, and ingenuity of the involved healthcare personnel, healthcare administrators, business, and clerical staff.

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge


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