As the regulations in the industry continue to evolve, EMS providers are faced with increasingly unique compliance challenges each year. From huge financial penalties to negatively impacted patient care, non-compliance can bring with it an array of disastrous consequences.
To protect your agency, the ideal solution would be to establish a compliance plan — but what happens when things continue to slip through the cracks?
In this webinar, which references the recently published 2023 HHS-OIG General Compliance Program Guidance, you’ll learn the practical steps needed to build a robust compliance plan, and the essential elements required to make sure it’s capable of safeguarding the compliance of your day-to-day operations.
Chief Compliance Officer
Kim Stanley is the Chief Compliance Officer at EMS|MC, and was employed with Medicare as the EMS Liaison for more than a decade. Working with CMS and various State committees, Kim developed key reimbursement policies at both carrier and federal levels. As an advocate for EMS providers, she continues to serve on various reimbursement committees and contractor advisory groups at state and national levels. Kim is a frequent speaker at EMS conferences, and a nationally recognized expert on EMS billing practices, compliance, and Medicare policies. She holds her CAC certification from the NAAC.