Chapman Law Group’s Ronald W. Chapman II and Laura A. Perkovic are leading a discussion on “Handling Your First Regulatory Investigation” at the 25th Annual Health Law Institute seminar on March 7, 2019. The seminar is hosted by The Institute of Continuing Legal Education, the leading provider of how-to solutions that harness the wisdom of Michigan’s leading practitioners.
Critical Change in Health Care Law
2019 is full of changes and you do now want to miss this year’s updates. This seminar will keep you up to date on state and federal regulations, fraud and abuse, opioids, and more. National strategists and top executives talk about behavioral health developments in Michigan and the analysis of the changing health care marketplace. Hear expert advice on LARA, BCBSM, and the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Take home effective strategies and how-to advice.
Tackle Stark barriers to coordinated care
Advise clients on changing opioid regulations
Know when to report licensing issues to LARA
Apply practical tips on data privacy and security
Explore the dynamics of in-house and outside counsel relationships
Effectively navigate the payor maze
Manage tricky compliance issues raised by rogue employees
Help clients identify risks posed by marijuana investment opportunities
Handle a regulatory investigation with confidence
Avoid the pitfalls of the corporate practice of medicine doctrine
Date, Time, and Location of Live Presentations:
The Inn at St. John’s
44045 Five Mile Road
Plymouth, MI 48170
Ronald W. Chapman II
Ronald W. Chapman II is a shareholder at Chapman Law Group a multistate health care law firm. He specializes in defending health care companies and providers facing government investigations, health care fraud charges, and false claims act complaints. Mr. Chapman also represents clients facing OIG, DEA, and state licensing administrative action. Previously, Mr. Chapman worked as a judge advocate for the United States Marine Corps, where he conducted hundreds of government investigations on behalf of the Department of Defense and other federal agencies. He recently received his LLM in health care from Loyola University Chicago.
Laura A. Perkovic
Ms. Perkovic is a former health care fraud prosecutor with 18 years of experience in health care and criminal law, specifically fraud and abuse laws. She has represented clients in more than 25 jury trials, 65 state and federal appeals, and countless hearings. She actively practices in Ohio, Idaho, and in federal courts nationwide. Her current practice involves fraud and abuse, as well as health care business and operations. As a former Deputy Attorney General for Idaho’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit and Special Assistant United States Attorney, Ms. Perkovic has represented the government in both criminal health care fraud prosecutions as well as civil cases under the False Claims Act. She has trained extensively with the National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units and has presented to national audiences on topics such as the use of statistical sampling in health care fraud cases and Anti-Kickback law violations. She has also represented physicians before state licensing boards, before the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil rights for HIPAA privacy rule violations, and on matters involving a physician, service contracting.
A block of rooms has been reserved at The Inn at St. John’s, Plymouth, under ICLE for March 6-7, 2019. The room rate is $154/night. Please call 734-414-0600 to reserve a room. Reservations must be made by February 19, 2019. Registrants are responsible for their own hotel expenses.