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This program brings together legal counsel, compliance officers, and government representatives for an invaluable learning and networking opportunity. This program covers Stark, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, and the enforcement efforts in these areas. Faculty will also address emerging regulatory trends, recent case law and legislative developments, and how they will affect legal and compliance practices in health care. 


Latest News

  • August 22: Deputy Secretary, Eric Hargan, added to program to discuss HHS Regulatory Sprint
  • August 12 - Brochure posted
  • August 8 - General Session speakers announced

Important Deadlines

  • Early Registration Discount: Register by Sept 3
  • Hotel Cut-off Date: Book by Sept 3
  • Inclusion in the Attendee List: Register by Sept 14

Keynote and Year-in-Review Speakers

Learn the latest from Joanne M. Chiedi about Health and Human Services (HHS) enforcement initiatives and Eric D. Hargan on HHS Regulatory SPRINT. Then stay for the Year in Review, delivered by Robert G. Homchick.

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Joanne M. Chiedi
Acting Inspector General in the Office of Inspector General, Department of HHS
Eric D. Hargan
Deputy Secretary,
HHS Office of the Secretary
Robert G. Homchick
Co-chair of the Fraud and Compliance Forum Planning Committee, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

General Session Speakers

Join us for a dynamic session entitled Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. Understanding the As-Is. Envisioning the What-If. You won't want to miss this session. Speakers include:

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Caryl N. Brzymialkiewicz, PhD
Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Office of Inspector General, US Department of Health and Human Services
Timothy M. Persons, PhD
Chief Scientist and Managing Director, Science, Technology Assessment, and Analytics, US Government Accountability Office
Jack Resneck, Jr, MD
Board of Trustees, American Medical Association

Marriott Copley Place

Continuing Education

Our educational content is ranked number one, as the most valued benefit of attending an AHLA program.  We session covering beginner to advance, including ethics, the Fraud and Compliance Forum offers you the opportunity to obtain your CLE, CPE, and CCB credits from AHLA. The number of credits being offered will be available once the schedule is finalized.

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Stay at Renaissance Harborplace Hotel

Ranked second behind the educational content, networking is one of the main benefits of attendance. The best way to ensure you don't miss any of the networking activities is to stay at the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel. AHLA has set up a block of rooms at a discounted rate.

Hotel cut-off date is Tuesday, September 3, 2019. Rooms go fast, so book your hotel early! 

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About Baltimore

There's a buzz about Baltimore...that makes people who visit fall in love with its vibe. With the world-famous Inner Harbor; renowned museums and attractions; award-winning restaurants; a locally loved music scene, and hip and historic neighborhoods, get ready to explore a truly authentic American city.

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