Can’t-Miss Webinar on Avoiding Fraud and Abuse in Home Care and Hospice


For additional information:

Thomas Threlkeld
Deputy Director of Policy & Communications

Washington, D.C., December 20, 2017: 

The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) and the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) are teaming up to present a webinar you won’t want to miss – Fraud and Abuse in Home Care and Hospice: Understanding Risk Areas; Preparing for Review. The webinar will run from 2:00 to 3:30 PM ET on February 21, 2018.

This Webinar will help providers understand fraud and abuse, the audit process, steps to prevent allegations of fraud and abuse and response to audits if they occur. “Medicare has stepped up oversight activities in hospice and home health,” says NAHC President William A. Dombi. “This program will help providers avoid compliance risks maintain the positive reputation that we have regarding compliance and zero tolerance for fraud and abuse.”

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe and distinguish between the various government audit programs for home care and hospice
  • List audit focus areas for home care and hospice
  • Identify practices that place providers at increased risk for government audits
  • Delineate appropriate actions to take when fraud and abuse allegations occur

NAHC and NHPCO have assembled an all star team of experts to make this the most informative and authoritative webinar of its kind anywhere. The faculty is:

NAHC President William A. Dombi and NHPCO President and CEO Edo Banach,

Jason Bring, Partner at Arnall Golden Gregory, LLC, co-Chairs the firm’s Post-Acute Care team.

Howard J. Young, Partner at Morgan Lewis & Bockius, provides counsel to health care providers, including hospices and home health agencies.

REGISTER NOW for this important educational webinar from NAHC and the NHPCO.

NAHC Member Rate: $150; NHPCO Member Rate: $150; Non-Member Rate: $225

Registration fee includes CE/CME credit for all eligible participants.


About:  The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) is the voice of home care and hospice.  NAHC represents the nation’s 33,000 home care and hospice providers, along with the more than two million nurses, therapists, and aides they employ.  These caregivers provide vital services to Americans who are aged, disabled, and ill.  Some 12 million patients depend on home care and hospice providers, who depend on NAHC for the best in advocacy, education, and information.  NAHC is a nonprofit organization that helps its members maintain the highest standards of care.  To learn more about NAHC, visit