Preparing for Medicaid Audits

State Medicaid programs rely on a number of 'program integrity' mechanisms to detect and investigate fraud, ranging from criminal investigations to a number of different audit procedures. However, like their Federal Medicare counterparts, Medicaid audits may be aggressive and result in demands for large sums of money. This topic will cover several common types of Medicaid audit processes, describe how they affect providers, and what they can do to get ready.
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Left To Our Own Devices – Will We Implement Best Practices?

Webinar Wednesday would like to thank our sponsors Medigate by Claroty and ServiceNow. Medigate by Claroty is the industry’s first and leading dedicated healthcare IoT security platform, enabling healthcare providers to safely deliver connected care.
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Principles for Validation of Reprocessing for Reusable Medical Devices

Reprocessing is a process carried out on a used device in order to allow its safe reuse including cleaning (removal of soil and contaminants), disinfection, sterilization (inactivation of microorganisms) and related procedures.
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Integrating Family Planning with Primary Health Care

Results for Development

When and how should vertical programs for family planning and other health needs be integrated in primary health care (PHC), particularly as countries undertake reforms in pursuit of universal health coverage? Experts from Results for Development, Population Services International (PSI), Marie Stopes International (MSI), ThinkWell and Population Services Kenya (PS Kenya) explored this question in a webinar.
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Medical Record Ownership: Do you Know Who Can Stake Claim?

Lorman

Medical records are currently a primary target of hackers. This clearly indicates the ultimate value that medical records hold. However that begs an introductory question, who owns those records in the first place? The physician, hospital, or other health care provider who compiles the medical records has a clear claim to the records, but so does the patient who is the subject of the information.
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