Best Practices in Running Your Fiscal Intermediary
January 31, February 1, 2018
It is safe to say that Consumer Directed Personal Assistance and fiscal intermediaries (FIs) have the full attention of the Department of Health. The Office for the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) has released new audit protocols that indicate that audits of FIs are not far behind. Fiscal Intermediary authorization is underway and has tightened the rules for fiscal intermediaries on what they can and cannot do. The state budget has a number of proposals, including stiff new penalties from the OMIG for violations of basic rules and regulations as to how programs operate.
Now more than ever, it is critical that FIs not just have a deep understanding of the laws and regulations surrounding CDPA; but, of the best practices that can be followed to make sure you are in complete compliance with those laws. This is where in depth knowledge of CDPA, its origination , the philosophies behind the program, and more merge to allow you to fully comply with the laws while also maximizing your organizational efficiency to avoid unnecessary costs in an ever tightening financial environment.
CDPAANYS and Bond, Schoeneck, and King are uniquely positioned to provide this level of insight, offering a morning intensive series on Best Practices in Running Your Fiscal Intermediary.
The New York City Best Practices Intensive will be on January 31, 2018 from 8-12 noon at the UJA-Federation of New York in midtown Manhattan.
The Long Island Best Practices Intensive will be on February 1, 2018 from 8-12 noon at the Residence Inn by Marriott in Plainview.
Events in Western New York and the Capital Region will also be held - details coming soon!
Capacity for these events is limited, and registration will be held on a first-come, first-serve basis. Regular price registration is only $150.
CDPAANYS members receive a 50% discount (with coupon code) on registration.
CDPAANYS has been the preeminent organization in the state when it comes to CDPA since the program's earliest days. The organization remains the only entity in the state solely focused on providing education and advocacy for CDPA, providing us with in depth knowledge that cannot be matched. Bond, Schoeneck, and King has been representing CDPAANYS and FIs throughout the state since the beginning of the program, working to merge compliance issues with strong business practices. Bryan O'Malley, Executive Director of CDPAANYS, and Hermes Fernandez, Partner at Bond, Schoeneck, and King, are widely recognized as the foremost experts in the State on CDPA issues.