MCLE Credits: 1.00 including 1.00 MCLE
This presentation will review and discuss what to do when the Government is seeking disclosures from healthcare providers, whether to provide them, in what circumstances it may be better not to, why such requests for disclosures are made and the potential ramifications of those inquiries. The speech will address federal and state disclosure options, legal and strategic considerations, and practical approaches.
|Disclosures to the Government Handout (1.22 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Frank Sheeder focuses his practice on health care enforcement defense and compliance. He has defended clients against civil and criminal fraud allegations brought by federal and state government agencies and other hostile third-party litigants—especially whistleblowers—for more than 30 years. Frank represents clients facing government enforcement initiatives, complex health care litigation, and regulatory compliance matters.
Frank has advised clients from virtually all segments of the health care industry, such as health systems, hospitals, academic medical centers, physician groups, device manufacturers, long-term-care providers, home health agencies, pharmacies, laboratories, and allied health professionals. Those cases generally involve Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, and other federally funded health care programs. He has also defended putative class actions and civil cases involving parallel criminal proceedings. Frank has been counsel of record in more than 30 criminal cases in federal district court.
Chambers USA has recognized Frank repeatedly, noting that “his extensive work spans the entire nation” and he “maintains a very strong reputation.” Frank was named the Best Lawyers 2013 Health Care Law “Lawyer of the Year” in Dallas. He has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America every year since 2009 and named to the Texas Super Lawyers list in every year since 2006. Frank is a prolific speaker and the author of the treatise Corporate Governance and Compliance for Healthcare.
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