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Hlth Care Fraud&Compliance III (LAW-719H3-001)
Meets 6/27-28 9AM-5PM
This is an advanced health law course teaching students to step into the role of an in-house health care attorney. Students will focus on practical skills using hypotheticals and specifically focusing on counsel involvement in government investigations and disclosure of privilege, identifying over-payments, and self-disclosures. The key takeaway of the course is for students to gain practical knowledge and a foundation to spot issues in order to marry health law regulations with the operations of health care organizations. This course will provide enough perspective that it will aid students who are looking to interview and obtain a position working in house, government, or at a firm working with health care clients. This is one of three courses focusing on Health Care Fraud and Compliance and can be counted towards a Health Care Fraud and Compliance Series Certificate of Completion. Academic credit requirement: Take home exam, due 3 weeks after the course ends. Prerequisites: Law students must first have taken a health care fraud and abuse course or a health care compliance course in order to take this course. Non-credit participants who have no experience in health care fraud and abuse or compliance are encouraged to take Health Care Fraud and Compliance I & II before taking this course.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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First Class Readings
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