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Integrity Through Compliance
38 minutes | Sep 1, 2021
Tips For Effective Monitoring and What To Do When Crises Arise
Today’s podcast is brought to you by 3 of AMI’s healthcare monitoring experts: Jim Anliot, Deann Conroy, and Denise Moran. All three have had considerable experience developing and implementing strategies for overseeing troubled healthcare providers in ways which both promote performance improvement for those providers, and protection of the public interest for state and federal regulatory agencies. Today, they’re going to offer some tips on creating effective oversight programs and responding appropriately when problems with those oversight programs crop up.
21 minutes | Aug 11, 2021
AMI Employee Spotlight: Deann Conroy, Compliance Solutions Manager
Each month we’ll introduce you to a member of the Affiliated Monitors team. Learn more about AMI through the expertise, experience and outside interests of our employees. This month, in addition to our web feature we recorded a companion podcast with Deann Conroy, Compliance Solutions Manager. Ms. Conroy is an experienced attorney, leader, and educator of healthcare legal issues. She began working with AMI in 2016 as a Compliance Solutions Manager after taking early retirement from her career as a state and federal government lawyer.
27 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
Joe Miller Returns to Discuss Anticipated Antitrust Enforcement Trends in the Biden Administration
Joe Miller returns to Integrity Through Compliance. Six months into a new administration and all eyes are on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue — and on the Hill — to determine what changes president Biden may make, or encourage Congress to make, regarding antitrust enforcement. Thus far, we have heard rumblings of a federal ban on non-compete agreements in the employment context and we’ve seen proposals for new legislation, like the Competition and Antitrust Law Reform Act (or CALRA), that was proposed by Senator Klobuchar. Companies may need to know how to prepare for changes in antitrust enforcement, and how any new antitrust legislation might impact them. So Joe joins us to share his perspective on these important issues. email firstname.lastname@example.org with comments, questions, or guest suggestions
20 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Dionne Lomax and Joe Miller Take a Deep Dive Into Consent Decree Enforcement at FTC and DOJ
In this episode, AMI’s Dionne Lomax speaks with Joe Miller. Joe is the co-chair of Mintz Levin’s antitrust practice, and is also a partner in the firm’s healthcare practice group. At Mintz, Joe advises health systems, physician groups, health plans, trade associations, and other healthcare related businesses on assessing and mitigating antitrust risk, as well as representation before antitrust enforcers. In this discussion, they focus on recent developments in antitrust compliance — specifically, compliance with government consent decrees and what might be occurring behind the scenes at federal enforcement agencies once a company has settled antitrust charges.
48 minutes | Jun 30, 2021
Three Views on Responding to a Government Contractor’s Corporate Crisis
Join Affiliated Monitor’s Rod Grandon, Jenner & Block Partner, David Robbins, and former Engility Holdings, Inc. General Counsel, Tom Miiller, for an in-depth discussion focusing on crisis management from the perspectives of a General Counsel, outside legal counsel, and federal acquisition official.
31 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
Keeping Compliance Fresh: Compliance Evangelist Tom Fox Speaks with Vin DiCianni
Affiliated Monitors, Inc.’s Founder and President Vin DiCianni puts Tom Fox the Compliance Evangelist on the hot seat to discuss how to use stories and pop culture to keep ethics and compliance interesting. Together they trace how Tom became an international authority in the compliance world, and why he finds the field so interesting. Additionally, Vin and Tom note the way the field has changed in the previous decades, and the trends that may be upcoming. Lastly, they preview Tom’s new book, The Compliance Handbook: Volume II which is now available for preorder through LexisNexis. Use the discount code FOX25 for 25% off your purchase.
30 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Healthcare Entrepreneurship Must-Have: Putting Compliance Front & Center
Troutman Pepper’s Miranda Hooker joins the Integrity Through Compliance podcast to discuss her 20 years of experience as a white-collar attorney in the healthcare space, both as corporate defense attorney and as a federal healthcare fraud prosecutor. Together with AMI’s Jim Anliot and Jesse Caplan, she discusses the the growing opportunities, the significant compliance risks, the available compliance guidance (and the limits to that guidance), and how to mitigate the potential for government investigations and enforcement actions. There are huge potential opportunities for healthcare entrepreneurs in 2021, in addition to potential landmines that business leaders trip upon when they aren’t properly prepared. Visit the Affiliated Monitors website for the episode transcript Topics discussed: • How the pandemic has prompted huge opportunity for improvement in innovation and infrastructure of the healthcare system — national efforts at collecting COVID data have demonstrated how much room there is for improvement • The huge increase in the adoption of telehealth services, and the scope of services which can be delivered remotely; the opportunities to better operationalize these innovations • How to view healthcare from a more holistic perspective, rather than simply treating one specific condition • How the future may shift away from the typical “fee for service” payment model in favor of alternative methods, such as value-based care models (which incentevise patient outcomes), accountable care organizations, concierge medicine (which involve a flat yearly fee for a range of services) • How state licensing boards are adapting to interstate flexibility with the rise in telehealth services • What entrepreneurial investors and venture capitalists need to know about entering the healthcare industry • Where fraud and abuse concerns fall among the many considerations of entrepreneurs as they develop products and services • The conflicting perspectives from which entrepreneurs and regulators view the healthcare marketplace • Getting quality advice, and learning the regulatory landscape before launching a business, to assess whether the proposed business model will even work • New DOJ guidance on compliance that reflects their understanding that it’s a constantly evolving landscape, and there is no one size fits all approach • The importance of having a compliance officer who is visible throughout the company, and who is seen as a resource for making things better, as opposed to a “supercop” enforcer.
26 minutes | May 19, 2021
Dionne Lomax and Kelly Graf Take a Look at Privacy and Cybersecurity Issues for 2021
Recorded before the recent Colonial Pipeline Ransomware attack, Affiliated Monitors, Inc.’s Managing Director, Dionne Lomax, sat down with Dentons’ Kelly Graf to discuss Privacy and Cybersecurity Issues for 2021 and Beyond. Kelly shares with our listeners how mature their security programs need to be in light of ransomware, phishing, and a post-COVID-19 Work From Home data protection environment. Now that cybersecurity is in the news more than ever, this conversation couldn’t be more relevant. They cover topics including: • The multi-trillion dollar growth in this criminal industry over the last decade • The importance of remote working standards and network segmentation • Class action lawsuits regarding large scale data breaches • Ongoing trends in FTC enforcement of COPPA • The modern sophistication of phishing and social engineering attacks • The perverse incentives created by, and the unintended consequences of, the growing cybersecurity insurance industry • The creative ways that lawyers have used outdated privacy laws to bring data security lawsuits
32 minutes | May 5, 2021
From Business Opportunities to Compliance Risks: Healthcare Expectations in 2021
In this weeks installment, Jesse Caplan, Dionne Lomax, and Jim Anliot team up to discuss wide ranging risks and opportunities for healthcare practitioners and entrepreneurs. Dionne Lomax reflects on the unprecedented collaboration that was necessary to provide quality care in the height of the COVID-19 crisis. But antitrust and fraud concerns come with the territory, and the panel provides anecdotes and advice for dealing with this collaboration. Additionally, Jim Anliot’s main advice for anyone looking to innovate in the healthcare space with a new idea or service needs the guidance of experts to navigate the extremely complicated regulatory landscape. Email email@example.com with comments or questions, and be sure to subscribe and/or leave a review if you enjoy this show!
31 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
The Past, Present, & Future of Monitoring with Rod Rosenstein
Affiliated Monitors Managing Director Don Stern hosts an engaging conversation with the Former Deputy Attorney General, King & Spalding’s Rod Rosenstein, and Affiliated Monitors Managing Director Eric Feldman as they conclude a two-part podcast on “The Past, Present, & Future of Compliance and Independent Monitoring.” In part two, the trio shifts their focus to independent monitoring. People have some misconceptions about monitoring. Most companies don’t particularly welcome having a monitor. They view it as intrusive. They view it as — in some cases — unnecessary. Historically, prosecutors (including the Department of Justice) are not necessarily focused on what happens after there’s a conviction. You get the result; you move on to the next investigation. What happens to the company? Does it really get the message, and has it made changes?
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