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DECEMBER 2018

Mayer Brown Tax Reform Webinar Series, Session 3: The New World of U.S. International Taxation After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

December 11, 2018 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST

The true tax reform part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) was in the international tax arena.  This session will discuss the various components of that reform including the new GILTI regime and the GILTI proposed regulations, the effect of GILTI on non-corporate taxpayers, the base erosion anti abuse tax (and regulations, if available), the new deduction for “foreign derived intangible income,”  the new Code section 245A participation exemption and the treatment of controlled foreign corporations (“CFCs”) in a post TCJA world.  In all this we will focus on 2018 IRS guidance and prospects for future guidance in 2019 and beyond.

The webinar will discuss changes from TCJA to:

  • The new GILTI regime
  • The new BEAT regime
  • The new FDII regime
  • The new participation exemption

 

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Health Webinars

DECEMBER 2018

2019 CPT Updates

December 10, 2018 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST

CPT 2019 published significant changes for reporting fine needle aspiration biopsy and skin biopsy procedures.  In addition, guidelines include a hierarchy for coding multiple biopsies. This presentation will provide clinical descriptions for many of the surgical procedures along with examples, decision trees and exercises.  The program concludes with a summary of changes to other sections of CPT (such as Radiology, Pathology and Laboratory). 
 
At the conclusion of the Webinar, attendees will be able to:
  • Differentiate between new biopsy codes
  • Apply hierarchy for coding multiple skin biopsies
  • Distinguish between PICC line procedure codes
  • Identify documentation to support revision and insertion of  gastrostomy tube
  • Explain new urinary system procedures
  • Summarize changes to other sections of CPT

 

Deciphering the CMS 2019 Final Rule for OPPS and ASC

December 13, 2018 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST

On November 2, 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) finalized changes that removes unnecessary and inefficient payment differences between certain provider and supplier types, so patients can have more affordable choices and options. The final rule with comment period updates and revises policies under the Medicare Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) and Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC) Payment System.
 
Each year CMS issues the OPPS /ASC Final Rule, which goes into effect on January 1.  This webinar will highlight the most significant changes found in this years’ final rule. 
 
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
  • Explain the most significant changes finalized by CMS
  • Understand the Meaningful Measure/Patients over Paperwork initiative
  • Understand the financial impact to the OPPS payment rates and the ASC Payment Rates

 

Anatomy of an Overpayment Analysis

December 13, 2018 | 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM EST

This program offers practical suggestions in navigating potential repayment dilemmas under the CMS "60-Day Rule." The presentation addresses steps for compliance officers and providers to consider in assessing credible allegations of potential overpayments, documenting internal analyses, including considerations in conducting appropriate probe and statistical sampling reviews. 
  
Learning Objectives:
  • Understanding the legal requirements for internal reviews under the 60-Day Rule
  • Review of credible allegations and considerations in determining whether there are systemic issues for which additional reviews are required
  • Overview of internal analysis, including considerations for conducting privileged reviews by third parties or internal staff
  • Understanding of basic probe sampling and statistical methods that may be necessary in completing an analysis of potential overpayments

 

JANUARY 2019

Healthcare Fraud Investigations and False Claims Act Litigation: From Inception to Resolution Session Three: Dealing with the Government, Complainants, and Whistleblowers

January 10, 2019 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST

This four-part webinar series is for General Counsel, Compliance Officers, and other key stakeholders in the healthcare industry. When legal or regulatory compliance issues arise, the risks, costs, and disruption can be tremendous. Using tried-and-true techniques to investigate, contend with, and resolve such issues can mitigate these burdens. Learn from lawyers who have been through these matters many times.

These discussions will be based on real-life scenarios that participants will receive in advance, and will offer practical, actionable approaches to the most confounding challenges.

Session III. Dealing with the Government, Complainants, and Whistleblowers

In most investigations, organizations face one or more adversaries – both external and internal.  We will discuss the best strategies and practices for contending with them.

 

FEBRUARY 2019

Healthcare Fraud Investigations and False Claims Act Litigation: From Inception to Resolution Session Four: Lessons Learned that We Hope Not to See Repeated

February 6, 2019 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST

This four-part webinar series is for General Counsel, Compliance Officers, and other key stakeholders in the healthcare industry. When legal or regulatory compliance issues arise, the risks, costs, and disruption can be tremendous. Using tried-and-true techniques to investigate, contend with, and resolve such issues can mitigate these burdens. Learn from lawyers who have been through these matters many times.

These discussions will be based on real-life scenarios that participants will receive in advance, and will offer practical, actionable approaches to the most confounding challenges.

Session IV: Lessons Learned that We Hope Not to See Repeated

When an issue arises, prudent organizations develop a comprehensive investigation plan before doing anything else.  We will discuss the essential elements of such a plan.