David E. Matyas, Jason E. Christ, and Melissa L. Jampol, Members of the Firm in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice, examine what home care organizations can do as they face increasing government scrutiny and fraud and abuse enforcement.  

This video looks at the following: 

  • Recent civil and criminal penalties faced by home care organizations 
  • How to create a plan in advance of an investigation
  • The importance of an active compliance program
  • Individual responsibility in monitoring fraud and abuse

Learn more about Epstein Becker Green’s capabilities related to fraud and abuse counseling.

This video features attorneys with experience working on fraud and abuse issues from a variety of perspectives.

JASON E. CHRIST concentrates his practice in health care fraud and abuse, risk adjustment payment, government investigations, and health regulatory counseling. He is an adjunct professor at American University Washington College of Law’s Health Law and Policy Institute, where he routinely speaks and writes on matters concerning health care fraud and abuse and electronic discovery.

MELISSA JAMPOL most recently served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey. She worked in the Health Care and Government Fraud, Violent Crime, and Organized Crime & Gang Units, where she led significant, complex investigations and prosecuted a broad range of high-profile criminal cases, including those involving health care fraud and Anti-Kickback Statute violations.

DAVID MATYAS has over 20 years of experience advising clients on federal and state fraud issues, such as anti-kickback, self-referral, false claims, and regulatory compliance. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP), a nonprofit accrediting body for more than 5,000 community-based health care organizations (home health, hospice, and home medical equipment) worldwide.

About Thought Leaders in Health Law

The Thought Leaders in Health Law® video series tracks the latest trends in multiple areas of the health care and life sciences industries, featuring attorneys and advisors from Epstein Becker Green and EBG Advisors.

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