110: Behavioral Health Compliance: It Doesn't Need to be a Mystery


Michelle Calloway, Attorney, McGuireWoods

Rebekah Stewart, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Diamond Healthcare

  • Identify top risk areas in behavioral health compliance: documentation, medical necessity, supervision, credentials, screening/background checks; privacy of behavioral health and substance abuse treatment records; opioid treatment programs
  • Discuss how changes in the regulatory and operational landscape are impacting behavioral health compliance (e.g. increased utilization of telemedicine and non-physician practitioners)
  • Review strategies and mechanisms for auditing behavioral health records to achieve compliance

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