Event

Start Date & Time

4/27/2017 9:30 AM

End Date & Time

4/5/2017 2:30 PM

Type

Peer Network Meeting

Location

3401 Constitution Drive, Springfield, IL

Venue

O'Shea Builders

Cost

None

Contact

Angie Charlet; 815.875.2999

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Compliance- Peer Network Meeting

ILLINOIS CRITICAL ACCESS HOSPITAL NETWORK
Compliance Peer Network
O’Shea University
3401 Constitution Dr., Springfield
Thursday, April 27th 2017

9:45 a.m.   Registration/Continental Breakfast
9:55 a.m.   Welcome – Introductions
10:00 a.m. to Noon

  • Enforcement Update:  How hospitals got in trouble with OIG and the DOJ
  • HIPPA Trends:  Enforcement firsts and trends
  • The Compliance Culture Problem:  Lesson from Wells Fargo and Deepwater Horizon

Speaker:  Margaret Scavotta, JD, CHS, Management Performance Assoc.
12:00 p.m.  Lunch – Group activity during lunch
1:00 p.m.    COOP Updates – Angie and Peggy Jones, ICAHN
1:30 p.m.     Investigative Interviewing:  It’s Not Just What You Ask, But How You Ask It (Q&A Guide from HCCA) 
Speaker:  Angie and Group
2:15 p.m.   Discussion and Closing

Next Meeting:  October 12th Face to Face with webinars in-between

Speaker Bio: Margaret Scavotto, JD
Director of Compliance Services
Management Performance Associates

Margaret Scavotto’s experience helping health care providers solve complex health law problems brings a seasoned and in-depth perspective to the compliance needs of providers in today’s highly regulated environment. As a health law attorney, Ms. Scavotto helped providers with intricate issues involving HIPAA, RAC appeals, licensure, contracts and operations. At MPA, Ms. Scavotto continues to solve problems for her compliance clients, by developing and managing compliance solutions with policies and procedures, workforce and board education programs, and auditing strategies designed to improve processes and outcomes. Margaret has helped compliance leaders across Missouri address challenging compliance requirements through compliance workshops.

When practicing law, Ms. Scavotto devoted considerable time to pro bono work, serving as counsel to a local clinic serving indigent children, and securing a certificate of need for a not-for-profit children’s hospital.

Ms. Scavotto authored the Missouri portion of the American Health Lawyers Association’s State Healthcare Privacy Laws Survey.

Ms. Scavotto served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Kenneth M. Romines on the Missouri Court of Appeals. Ms. Scavotto received her BA (Political Science) from Kenyon College; and a JD from Washington University in St. Louis.