Healthcare attorney Andrew Wachler, managing partner of Wachler & Wachler, will return to Monitor Mondays with details on the recent report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) on how to curb the growing number of pending appeals. Wachler is expected to report that the GAO recommendations align with those in the AFIRM Act’s reforms. Is there light at the end of the tunnel?
Meanwhile, mainstream news organizations across the country were reporting on the major healthcare fraud takedown this Wednesday. Some, including RACmonitor, called the multi-jurisdictional bust “historic.” Amid the din, New York attorney and RACmonitor investigative reporter Edward Roche, founder of Barraclough, LLC, will go beyond the headlines to report on his assessment on the healthcare auditing crisis —what he calls a “crisis of complexity.” The dust has yet to settle on last week’s Supreme Court ruling on the False Claims Act (FCA) reported here by healthcare attorney David Glaser of Fredrikson & Byron. Timothy Powell, RACmonitor contributing correspondent, will report on another yet unreported potential impact of the Court’s ruling on nursing homes.
Nancy Beckley, president and CEO of Nancy Beckley & Associates, will return with the latest hot topics and the Monitor Mondays Listener Survey. Also on the broadcast this coming Monday will be Ronald Hirsch, MD, vice president of Accretive Physician Advisory Services. Dr. Hirsch will be making his Monday rounds on Monitor Mondays.
And healthcare attorney David Glaser, a shareholder in the law firm of Fredrikson & Byron, returns with another example of “Risky Business.”
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