Healthcare Compliance 2019 - What You Need to Know Now
Wednesday, Mar 13, 2019
Oregon Medical Education Foundation Event Center
Portland, OR, 97223
2:30 PM - 10:30 PM

This course has been postponed to spring 2019. Please email with questions. Healthcare compliance is complex, and involves so much more than HIPAA. How can practices remain not only compliant, but ethical? How does Oregon privacy law apply to minors? And how does the instant accessibility of data through social media affect compliance? Join the Oregon Medical Association for an opportunity to learn from the experts in the field about what your practice needs to know to ensure you’re proactive and in compliance. Participants will walk away from this engaging program with the knowledge necessary to reduce the potential risks and headaches that can be associated with compliance. 7:30 AM            Registration and Breakfast 8:00 AM            Welcome and Introductions 8:05 AM            Fraud: When It’s an Inside Job                         Erin Hardwick, MHA, FACHE                         Director of Operations, The Oregon Clinic PC – GI West 8:45 AM            42 CFR Part 2: What Your Practice Needs to Know Now                         Julia Huddleston, CIPP/US, CIPM                         CFO & COO, Apgar and Associates 9:25 AM            Break 9:35 AM            The Compliance Officer: What You Need to Know Now                         Shannon Kennedy                         OHSU and Kennedy Compliance 10:15 AM          Risk Adjustment Coding                         Dana Brown, MBA, RHIA, CHC                         President, Reimbursement Management Consultants, Inc. 10:55 AM         Taking Advantage of Social Media & Mobile Devices Without Getting Burned                        Chris Apgar, CISSP                        CEO & President, Apgar and Associates 11:30 AM         Lunch 12:30 PM         OCR: Hot Topics, Cybersecurity News and Guidance                        Lesley Morgan, JD                        Investigator, US Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights     1:10 PM          OLCC: Cannabis Implementation Issues                        Jesse Sweet                        Director of Administrative Policy and Process, Oregon Liquor Control Commission 1:50 PM           Break 2:05 PM          Medical Ethics and eHealth: New Technologies Pose New Challenges                        Kelly Hagan, JD                        Shareholder, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt 2:45 PM          Minors Panel                       Moderated by Mark Bonanno, JD, MPH                       General Counsel & VP of Health Policy, Oregon Medical Association Panelists: Chris Apgar; Kelly Hagan; Angel Matthews-Souza, HIM Manager for Release of Information, Legacy Health 3:30 PM Wrap up and Adjourn