October 11-12, 2022
A Live-Streaming Virtual Event

Join Us Virtually for CompliancePalooza 2022

Back for the sixth consecutive year, CompliancePalooza is designed to help you address ever-evolving regulatory updates, mitigate risk, and ensure successful audit outcomes. This event arms compliance professionals from managed care health plans with the toolkit needed to successfully navigate CMS audits, prepare for the end of the public health emergency, and evaluate the impact of the latest regulatory changes. Together, in an open and collaborative forum, we’ll dive into lessons learned, best practices, and actionable strategies to ensure you’re in the position to appropriately address all top-of-mind compliance challenges.

New on this year's agenda, we plan to focus on the risks of increased regulatory scrutiny and what tools you can take home to prevent and correct potential fraud, waste, and abuse. Plus - are you a female compliance leader? Join us for a unique panel discussion on the unseen barriers for women in compliance and learn from female leaders who share challenges and strategies to gain visibility in your organization.


Key Themes on the 2022 Agenda:

Audit Preparation
Regulatory Updates and Scrutiny Triggered by the Pandemic
Compliance Officers' Tools to Succeed

Who Should Attend

With a variety of sessions covering CMS regulations, audits, and how to mitigate compliance risks, CompliancePalooza is uniquely positioned to bring together mid- to senior-level professionals from all functions of compliance and delegate oversight including:


  • Medicare and Medicare Advantage Health Plans
  • Medical Care Nonprofits
  • Drug Management Solutions Providers
  • Regulatory Counsel 
  • Consultants 
  • Other Service Providers 


  • Medicare Compliance
  • Compliance Operations and Administration 
  • Claims, Data Analytics and Audits
  • Appeals and Grievances
  • Ethics, Privacy and Risk 
  • Delegation Oversight
  • Government Programs and Regulatory Affairs

  • Assess the latest risks of fraud, waste, and abuse and learn how to prevent it
  • Examine how plans are preparing for a retrospective review of services specifically offered during the COVID-19 pandemic to better prepare your response
  • Evaluate the impact of the recent OIG report on MA denials and CMS follow up steps to avoid costly complications
  • Learn the most recent program audit experiences from peers and come away with lessons to implement for the next audit season
  • Identify vulnerabilities in your universe and avoid future errors
  • Break down the new Medicare Marketing Guidelines and make sure your plan's communications are compliant
  • Discover best practices to monitor telehealth providers and avoid common pitfalls
  • Identify critical factors to ensure appropriate oversight over delegated vendors
  • Discuss strong compliance programs ideal for hybrid working environments
  • Create meaningful connections with women in compliance and enhance your compliance benchmarking strategy

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