The Seventh Annual Health Care Compliance and Enforcement Roundtable
On October 5, 2009, the Connecticut False Claims Act was signed into law and was heralded as a powerful tool to be used in the fight against health care fraud in our state. Join us as state regulators and experienced practitioners engage in a roundtable discussion about the implementation and use of the State False Claims Act since its enactment. Learn about the government's enforcement priorities and initiatives, and what providers can do to ensure compliance and avoid liability.
- Michael E. Cole, Assistant Attorney General, Chief of the Antitrust and Government Program Fraud Department, Connecticut Attorney General's Office
- Christopher Godialis, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit Director, Chief States Attorney's Office
- John McCormick, Director, Office of Quality Assurance, Connecticut Department of Social Services
Moderator: James Glasser, Partner, Wiggin and Dana LLP