1 The American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section, Health Law Section the Center for Continuing Legal Education and the National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units Present The 13th Annual National Institute on Health Care Fraud 2003 May 14-16, 2003 Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa Las Vegas (Henderson), NV hours of MCLE credit, including 1.00 hour of Ethics in 60-minute states and hours of MCLE credit, including 1.00 hours of Ethics in 50-minute states have been requested.
2 Program Description Health Care Fraud 2003 is the 13th annual National Institute co-sponsored by the ABA and the National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units. The National Institute presents a rewarding educational experience for health care attorneys, regulators, prosecutors, criminal defense attorneys and qui tam/relators counsel. The program draws panelists, facilitators and participants from each of these significant interest groups and it offers unique opportunities to meet and share experiences and concerns in a non-adversarial setting. The National Institute s planning committee is committed to creating a program which advances education, communication, professionalism and discussion of current legal and ethical issues which arise in the health care fraud practice. These issues are addressed in panel discussion and small workshop formats designed to maximize audience participation. A trial practice demonstration leads off the third day of the conference, focusing on the important aspects of the case of U.S. v. Lawrence (D. Colo.). This trial demonstration will cover the unique features of trial practice related to prosecuting or defending a health care fraud case involving an alleged scheme to defraud the Medicare program by a chiropractor utilizing a medical doctor to obtain reimbursement for otherwise non-covered services. The planning committee has also added a number of new panel discussions and workshop topics and will again have separate workshops for defense and in-house counsel, government counsel and Qui Tam/Relators and other plaintiffs counsel. These workshops are designed to allow for these separate interest counsel to freely discuss amongst themselves prosecution, whistleblower or defense strategies in a confidential forum. PLANNING COMMITTEE Gabriel L. Imperato, Broad and Cassel, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Program Chair Jonathan Diesenhaus, Civil Division/Fraud Section,, Charles Hacker, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP, New York, NY Russell Hayman, Latham &Watkins, Patricia T. Meador, Kennedy, Covington, Lobdell & Hickman, Morrisville, NC Kathleen E. Voelker, Attorney at Law, Barbara L. Zelner, Counsel, National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units, PROGRAM FACULTY E. Christopher Abruzzo Director, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, Office of the Attorney General Harrisburg, PA Adisa M. Abudu-Davis Eastern District of California Sacramento, CA William Altman Kindred Healthcare Louisville, KY Christopher Adams Reporter, Wall Street Journal Daniel R. Anderson Sr. Counsel for Health Care Fraud Policy, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, US Department of Justice Lee Arian, Central District of California Roberta Baskin Senior Investigative Reporter 20/20 ABC News John T. Boese Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson Joyce Branda Deputy Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division Pamela H. Bucy Bainbridge Professor of Law University of Alabama School of Law Tuscaloosa, AL Michael Clark Hamel, Bowers & Clark, LLP Houston, TX Dara Corrigan Deputy Associate General Counsel for Program Integrity US Department of Health and Human Services Stephen S. Cowen King & Spalding, LLP Atlanta, GA Thomas S. Crane Mintz, Levin, Cohen, Ferris, Glovsky and Poeo, PC Boston, MA Joan Dailey Office of the General Counsel, Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services, US Department of Health and Human Services Paul R. DeMuro Latham & Watkins San Francisco, CA Jonathan Diesenhaus Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division/Fraud Section, Kimberly Dunne Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood Ron Finkelstein Peed, Koross & Finkelstein Fort Lauderdale, FL Alice S. Fisher Deputy Assistant Attorney General Criminal Division, US Department of Justice Benjamin Frosch President, Frosch Medical Consultants Plantation, FL
3 Program Faculty Virginia Gibson Chief, Civil Division, Eastern District of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Michael Granston Assistant Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division John Guthrie Director, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, Office of the Attorney General Columbus, OH Charles Hacker PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP New York, NY Shannon B. Hartsfield Holland & Knight, LLP Tallahassee, FL David Haxton Deputy Attorney General Bureau of Medi-Cal Fraud & Elder Abuse, Office of the Attorney General Russell Hayman Latham & Watkins John Hellow Hooper, Lundy & Bookman McKay Henderson PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP S. Craig Holden Ober, Kaler, Grimes & Shriver, PC Baltimore, MD Gabriel L. Imperato Broad and Cassel Fort Lauderdale, FL William Jordan Special Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General, Civil Division, US Department of Justice David King Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Laboratory Corporation of America Burlington, NC David Laigaie Miller, Alfanso & Raspanti, P.C. Philadelphia, PA Mark Lavine Southern District of Florida Miami, FL Rory K. Little Associate Professor, Hastings College of Law, University of California San Francisco, CA David Lunden Director, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, Office of the Attorney General Baltimore, MD Patricia T. Meador Kennedy, Covington, Lobdell & Hickman Morrisville, NC Stephen Meagher Phillips & Cohen San Francisco, CA John Moriarty, Jr. Corporate Counsel, Amgen, Inc. Thousand Oaks, CA Michael M. Mustokoff Duane, Morris LLP Philadelphia, PA Paul B. Murphy Associate Deputy Attorney General, Robert Nicholson Southern District of Florida Ft. Lauderdale, FL Lester Perling Broad and Cassel Tampa, FL Daniel M. Purdom Hinshaw & Culbertson Lisle, IL Ira Raphaelson O Melveny & Myers Pamela Riley Hooper, Lundy & Bookman San Francisco, CA David Robbins Bennett & Bigelow Seattle, WA Vicki L. Robinson Senior Counsel, Office of Counsel to the Inspector General US Department of Health and Human Services Martha P. Rogers Ober, Kaler, Grimes & Shriver Brent Saunders PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Beth Schermer Coppersmith, Gordon, Schermer, Owens & Nelson, P.L.C. Phoenix, AZ Mark Schlein Director, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, Office of the Attorney General Tallahassee, FL James Sheehan Associate US Attorney, Eastern District of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Michael Silhol Vice President, Legal Operations Triad Hospitals Plano, TX Lesley A. Skillen Getnick & Getnick New York, NY Miriam Smolen, Health Care Fraud Coordinator District of Columbia Neal R. Sonnett, P.A. Miami, FL Kathleen M. Tafoya District of Colorado Denver, CO Mark Taylor Legal Affairs Reporter Modern Health Care Chicago, IL D. McCarty Thornton Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal Michael Theis District of Colorado Denver, CO George C. Vitelli Trial Attorney, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division Kathleen E. Voelker Attorney at Law Howard T. Wall Province Healthcare Brentwood, TN Leigh Walton Bass, Berry & Sims, PLC Nashville, TN David W. Waterbury Senior Counsel, Director, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, Office of the Attorney General Tacoma, WA Michael Whelan, Jr. Attorney at Law Boulder, CO Joe D. Whitley Alston & Bird LLP Atlanta, GA Consuelo Woodhead Senior Litigation Counsel Central District of California Howard Young Arent Fox Kinter Plotkin & Kahn Elaine Zacharakis Corporate Counsel Baxter Healthcare Corporation McGraw Park, IL
4 Program Agenda Day One Wednesday May, 14, :00 REGISTRATION CONCURRENT INTRODUCTORY SESSIONS 4:00 FOUNDATIONS OF HEALTH LAW This session will introduce and review historical and current aspects of private and public health care programs in order to understand the context in which health care fraud and abuse can arise. Understanding the reimbursement systems, the way health care is regulated, and the relationships among physicians, payers, institutional and other providers is essential to analyzing most health care fraud issues. This program will also analyze those key aspects of the health care regulatory system that subject providers to the most scrutiny. Speakers: Patricia T. Meador Beth Schermer FOUNDATIONS OF WHITE COLLAR LAW AND PRACTICE This session will explore issues and aspects of representing and advising clients involved in white collar criminal or civil actions. The panel will cover basic legal issues and common practice situations both from the perspective of representing an individual or an organization. Speakers: Kathleen Voelker Michael Clark Pamela H. Bucy 6:30 ADJOURN Day Two Thursday May 15, :00 GENERAL REGISTRATION AND WELCOMING REMARKS Gabriel L. Imperato, Program Chair 8:15 PLENARY SESSION: ENFORCEMENT AGENDA FOR 2003 This panel will discuss the enforcement agenda for 2003 and will include highranking representatives of the primary health care fraud enforcement agencies, including the Department of Justice, the National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units and the Department of Health and Human Services. The panelists will examine the reordered priorities and reallocation of resources, given its government s war on terror and its impact on health care fraud enforcement. Furthermore, the panel will also highlight recent fraud enforcement initiatives and their potential effect on future enforcement actions. Moderator: Gabriel L. Imperato Speakers: Joyce Branda Paul B. Murphy E. Christopher Abruzzo Dara Corrigan 9:15 BREAK 9:30 KICKBACKS The government s fraud and abuse enforcement efforts continue to target referral relationships with an expanding array of enforcement tools. This panel will examine these varied enforcement methods, including criminal statutes, false claims theories involving the Anti- Kickback and Stark laws and administrative remedies and how to defend against such prosecutions. Moderator: Russell Hayman Speakers: D. McCarty Thornton Thomas S. Crane Jonathan L. Diesenhaus Vicki Robinson 10:45 BREAK 11:00 PERSPECTIVES ON HANDLING THE DEFENSE OF A HEALTH CARE FRAUD CASE Using a hypothetical factual situation, the panelists will demonstrate how an investigation is conducted and the tools enforcement agencies use to obtain information during the course of an investigation. The panelists will also discuss techniques for advising clients during the investigation process and challenges that can be made to the investigatory tactics used by enforcement agencies. Moderator: Ira Raphaelson Speakers: Neal R. Sonnett Kimberly Dunne Lee Arian 12:00 LUNCH AN INSIDE LOOK FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Speakers: Alice Fisher Deputy Attorney General, Criminal Division William Jordan Special Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General Civil Division 1:45 QUI TAM/FALSE CLAIMS ACT DEVELOPMENTS Recoveries in health care cases filed under the qui tam provisions of the Civil False Claims Act continue to set new records with more than $1.2 billion recovered in the last fiscal year. This panel will provide an update on important new developments in the litigation and settlement of FCA cases involving health care providers, pharmaceutical companies and others targeted for FCA enforcement. Unique issues
5 Program Agenda (Continued) that arise when the FCA is used to enforce alleged violations of drug pricing, anti-kickback, self-referral and quality of care laws and regulations will also be discussed. Moderator: John T. Boese Speakers: David Laigaie Michael Granston Mark Schlein 3:00 BREAK 3:15 HEALTH CARE FRAUD WORKSHOPS Experienced facilitators will lead each of these workshops, eliciting the views and suggestions of the participants, many of whom have a vast amount of practical experience. The number and subject matter of the workshops may be determined by registration and thus are subject to change. CRIMINAL AND CIVIL DAMAGES AND AMOUNT OF LOSS Workshop Leaders: Michael Clark, McKay Henderson, Consuelo Woodhead AFFIRMATIVE RESPONSES TO GOVERNMENT INVESTIGATIONS, GRAND JURY INVESTIGATIONS, SEARCH WARRANTS AND SUBPOENAS Workshop Leaders: Robert Nicholson, Daniel M. Purdom INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS AND VOLUNTARY DISCLOSURE Workshop Leaders: Stephen S. Cowen, Craig Holden QUALITY OF CARE AND FRAUD IN LONG TERM CARE Workshop Leaders: William Altman, David Lunden, George C. Vitelli SECURITIES LAW AND HEALTH CARE FRAUD Workshop Leaders: Charles Hacker, Howard T. Wall, Leigh Walton STATE ENFORCEMENT AND MEDICAID FRAUD Workshop Leaders: E. Christopher Abruzzo, Michael M. Mustokoff STARK LAW: APPLICATION AND ENFORCEMENT Workshop Leaders: Joan Dailey, Patricia T. Meador, Beth Schermer ADVANCED ISSUES IN BILLING FRAUD Workshop Leaders: Mark Lavine, Pamela Riley 4:15 BREAK 4:30 HEALTH CARE FRAUD WORKSHOPS ETHICS IN FRAUD AND ABUSE COUNSELING Workshop Leaders: Rory K. Little, Michael M. Mustokoff ACCOUNTING AND CONSULTANT FRAUD AND HEALTH CARE FRAUD Workshop Leaders: Stephen S. Cowen, Paul R. DeMuro FRAUD IN CLINICAL RESEARCH Workshop Leaders: Tom Crane, James Sheehan ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIES FOR HEALTH CARE FRAUD Workshop Leaders: Vicki L. Robinson, D. McCarty Thornton NEGOTIATING FALSE CLAIMS ACT SETTLEMENTS Workshop Leaders: Daniel H. Anderson, David Robbins, David W. Waterbury QUALITY OF CARE AND FRAUD IN LONG TERM CARE - REPEAT 5:30 ADJOURN 6:30 WELCOME RECEPTION 8:30 SPONSORED BY: Bennett, Bigelow & Leedom, P.S. Broad and Cassel Duane Morris, LLP Getnick & Getnick Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson Hamel, Clark & Bowers Hooper, Lundy & Bookman Kennedy, Covington, Lobdell & Hickman, LLP Latham & Watkins Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, PC Miller, Alfano, Raspanti Ober, Kaler, Grimes & Shriver, PC O Melveny & Myers, LLP Peed, Koross & Finkelstein PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood Day Three Friday May 16, :00 TRIAL PRACTICE DEMONSTRATION United States v. Lawrence (D. Colorado) This trial involved criminal charges stemming from an alleged scheme by a chiropractor to ensure reimbursement from the Medicare program for chelation therapy by hiring a medical doctor and claiming he was in charge of the treatment of patients at the medical clinic owned by the chiropractor. The indictment alleged that services which were actually rendered by the chiropractor (which are not covered under the Medicare Program) would be claimed and represented as services being rendered incident to a physician service. The allegations also included that chelation therapy services were claimed under Physicians Current Procedural Terminology ( CPT ) codes which are customarily used by physicians specializing in oncology and hematology as infusion therapy. The trial
6 Program Agenda (Continued) demonstration will focus on the prosecution and defense of this case in which the government attempted to paint the picture of a knowing and willful scheme against the classic defenses involving scienter, including statements by government agents relating to the appropriateness of the claims made by the medical clinic Moderator: Joe Whitley Speakers: Michael Theis Kathleen Tafoya Michael Whelan, Jr. 9:30 BREAK 9:45 HEALTH CARE FRAUD WORKSHOPS MOTION PRACTICE IN CRIMINAL AND CIVIL FRAUD CASES Workshop Leaders: David Haxton, Miriam Smollen, Neal Sonnett COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS AND CORPORATE INTEGRITY AGREEMENTS Workshop Leaders: David King, Martha Rogers ESTABLISHING FAIR MARKET VALUE UNDER THE ANTI-KICKBACK AND SELF-REFERRAL LAWS Workshop Leaders: Ron Finkelstein, Howard Young NEGOTIATING FALSE CLAIMS ACT SETTLEMENTS - REPEAT STATE FALSE CLAIMS ACT Workshop Leaders: David Lagaie, Marc Schlein COMMERCIAL INSURANCE FRAUD Workshop Leaders: Robert Nicholson, Gabriel L. Imperato ADVANCED ISSUES IN COST REPORT FRAUD Workshop Leaders: Adisa Abudu-Davis, John Hellow 10:45 Break 11:00 HEALTH CARE FRAUD WORKSHOPS (CONTINUED) CRIMINAL AND CIVIL DAMAGES AND AMOUNT OF LOSS - REPEAT PAYOR, CARRIER, FISCAL INTERMEDIARY INVESTIGATIONS & SANCTIONS Workshop Leaders: Benjamin Frosch, Lester Perling ADVANCED ISSUES IN PHARMACEUTICAL FRAUD Workshop Leaders: John Guthrie, S. Craig Holden, John Moriarity, Jr. AFFIRMATIVE RESPONSE TO GOVERNMENT INVESTIGATIONS, GRAND JURY INVESTIGATIONS, SEARCH WARRANTS AND SUBPOENAS - REPEAT SECURITIES LAW AND HEALTH CARE FRAUD - REPEAT ADVANCED ISSUES IN BILLING FRAUD - REPEAT 12:00 LUNCH - BRING YOUR OWN BOX LUNCH 12:15 SPECIALTY WORKSHOPS DEFENSE AND IN-HOUSE COUNSEL Workshop Leaders: David King, Martha P. Rogers GOVERNMENT COUNSEL Workshop Leaders: Jonathan L. Diesenhaus, John Guthrie QUI TAM/RELATORS AND OTHER PLAINTIFFS COUNSEL Workshop Leaders: Stephen Meagher, Lesley A. Skillen 1:15 Break 1:30 THE MEDIA DISCUSSES HEALTH CARE FRAUD This panel will present the views and practices of representatives of the print and electronic media who investigate and report healthcare fraud matters and the impact of this coverage on healthcare fraud enforcement. Moderator: Mark Taylor Speakers: Christopher Adams Roberta Baskin 2:30 Break 2:45 SECURITY AND PRIVACY OF PERSONAL HEALTH INFORMATION This panel will review the Federal regulatory requirements for protecting the security and privacy of personal health information. The panelists will also address which types of organizations are covered, exceptions to the requirements and preemption under state and Federal law, and the outlook for Federal enforcement of these standards. Moderator: Shannon B. Hartsfield Speakers: Daniel R. Anderson Michael Silhol Elaine Zacharakis 4:00 BREAK 4:15 PHARMACEUTICAL FRAUD This panel will discuss current government theories relating to fraud and abuse issues in the pharmaceutical industry, including sales and marketing and fraudulent drug pricing schemes involving potential false claims and violations of the Federal Anti- Kickback Statute. Moderator: Brent Saunders Speakers: Virginia Gibson John Guthrie John Moriarity 5:30 ADJOURN
7 Program Information REGISTRATION FEES To register, or for additional information, call or Attend the entire three day program on May 14-16, 2003, reception and network with other registrants and faculty and pay... $695 for the General Public $645 for an ABA Member ($50 Savings) $550 for a Sponsoring Section Member ($145 Savings) $300 for Government Employees Attend the two-day program on Thursday, May 15 and Friday, May 16, 2003 and pay... $645 for the General Public $595 for an ABA Member ($50 Savings) $500 for a Sponsoring Section Member ($145 Savings) $300 for Government Employees Attend the two and one-half hour Introductory Session Workshops, Wednesday, May 14, 2003 and pay... $85 for the General Public $85 for an ABA Member $85 for a Sponsoring Section Member Every registrant will receive a copy of the informative course materials book that can be used as a comprehensive resource long after the program is held. 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8 Registration and Order Form 13th Annual National Institute on Health Care Fraud 2003 May 14-16, 2003 Green Valley Ranch Resort & Spa Las Vegas (Henderson), NV ENTIRE PROGRAM, THREE DAYS - MAY 14-16, 2003 $695 General Public $645 ABA Member ($50 Savings) ABA # $550 Sponsoring Section Member ($145 Savings) ABA # $300 Government Employees TWO DAYS ONLY - MAY 15-16, 2003 $645 General Public $595 ABA Member ($50 Savings) ABA # $500 Sponsoring Section Member ($145 Savings) ABA # $300 Government Employees Two or more people have registered with me. Please apply the $50 tuition reduction to each tuition rate indicated above. TWO AND ONE-HALF HOUR -INTRODUCTORY SESSION WORKSHOPS MAY 14, 2003 Price does not include course materials book. $85 Foundations of Health Law $85 Foundations of White Collar Law and Practice HEALTH CARE FRAUD 2003 WORKSHOPS Please check x one workshop for each day and time slot. We reserve the right to assign you to the same workshop on the alternate day. Workshops Thursday May 15, :15 pm A. Criminal and Civil Damages and Amount of Loss B. Affirmative Responses to Government Investigations, Grand Jury Investigations, Search Warrants and Subpoenas C. Internal Investigations and Voluntary Disclosure D. Quality of Care and Fraud in Long Term Care E. Securities Law and Health Care Fraud F. State Enforcement and Medicaid Fraud G. Stark Law: Application and Enforcement H. Advanced Issues in Billing Fraud Workshops Thursday May 15, :30 pm A. Ethics in Fraud and Abuse Counseling B. Accounting and Consultant Fraud and Health Care Fraud C. Fraud in Clinical Research D. Administrative Remedies for Health Care Fraud E. Negotiating False Claims Act Settlements F. Quality of Care and Fraud in Long Term Care Workshops Friday May 16, :15 am A. Motion Practice in Criminal and Civil Fraud Cases B. Compliance Programs and Corporate Integrity Agreements C. Establishing Fair Market Value Under the Anti-Kickback and Self-Referral Laws D. Negotiating False Claims Act Settlements E. State False Claims Act F. Commercial Insurance Fraud G. Advanced Issues in Cost Report Fraud Workshops Friday May 16, :30 am A. Criminal and Civil Damages and Amount of Loss B. Payor, Carrier, Fiscal Intermediary Investigations and Sanctions C. Advanced Issues in Pharmaceutical Fraud D. Affirmative Response to Government Investigations, Grand Jury Investigations, Search Warrants and Subpoenas E. Securities Law and Health Care Fraud F. Advanced Issues in Billing Fraud Specialty Workshops (Box Lunch ) Friday May 16, :30 pm 1. Defense and In-House Counsel 2. Government Counsel 3. Qui Tam/Relators and Other Plaintiffs Counsel TO REGISTER AND ORDER: Phone or (credit card only) FAX (credit card only) must include MasterCard VISA American Express Card No. Exp. Date Signature (Cardholder Signature Required) or Mail form and payment (with your check payable to the American Bar Association or with VISA, MasterCard or American Express) to: American Bar Association Financial Services N03HCF1 P.O. Box Chicago, IL Name Title Organization Address (No P.O. Boxes Please) City State Zip Phone Fax We will send you information about ABA-CLE programs and products unless you indicate otherwise by checking either of the following boxes. By Fax By Join the ABA Criminal Justice Section or Health Law Section and Save up to $150 on this National Institute. PRODUCT ORDER FORM Send me the Audiotape Package (Tapes and course materials - N03HCFA) available two weeks following the presentation at the special price of $645, ($595, if ordered by May 15, Early Bird) plus $9.95 for domestic postage. Send me the Course Materials (N03HCFB) at the special prepublication price of $150, plus $9.95 for domestic postage and handling. Illinois residents add 8.75% sales tax; District of Columbia residents add 5.75% use tax; Maryland residents add 5% sales tax, before including postage and handling charges. Price is subject to change after 5/16/03. For Office Use Only: ID N03HCF1 ACK SC F M SR American Bar Association Center for Continuing Legal Education 541 N. Fairbanks Court, Suite 1600 Chicago, Illinois Send me the ABA-CLE product catalog. Send me the ABA-CLE calendar for upcoming events. ABA MEMBERSHIP Send me information and membership forms. SECTION MEMBERSHIP - MUST BE AN ABA MEMBER Enroll me into the Criminal Justice Section. Enclosed is a separate check for $35 Enroll me into the Health Law Section. Enclosed is a separate check for $40 Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Permit No Eau Claire, WI