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Don't miss these speakers at the HBMA Compliance Conference - April 29-May1

2014 Compliance Conference

The Healthcare Billing & Management Association’s 2014 Compliance Conference offers two-and-a-half days of focused instruction presented by an expert faculty of compliance and medical billing industry professionals. In addition to a number of education and networking sessions, guest speaker Paul W. Kim, JD, MPH, will deliver an updated presentation on HIPAA / HITECH and Beyond.

Attendees will also hear a new presentation on CMS's Approach to Combating Fraud, Waste, and Abuse from guest speaker, Ted Doolittle, deputy policy director for the CMS Center for Program Integrity.

Walk Away with Knowledge
Learn how to integrate compliance into everything you do. Discover how to add value to your business services. Walk away with tips, techniques, strategies and resources to make compliance work for you.

"In the current environment it is a matter of when, not if, the False Claims Act will affect you. It is almost impossible to defend you did not knowingly err as the threshold to prove you should have known is very low." Kirk Ogrosky, Former member of the President's Healthcare Fraud Prevention and Enforcement Action Team (HEAT)

CHBME Credits
Conference participants can earn up to 18 credits toward their CHBME (Certified Healthcare Billing & Management Executive) designation.

Registration Savings
Visit for more information and to view the full conference schedule. Registration for the HBMA 2014 Compliance Conference is now open, and you'll receive a $200 savings when you register by April 15.

HBMA works with legislative stakeholders and federal agencies in Washington, DC to improve the business of medical billing and the practice of healthcare. HBMA is a non-profit, member-led trade association. Since its inception in 1993, HBMA and its members have encouraged personal development and adherence to the HBMA Code of Ethics, advocated on behalf of the profession, and promoted business development through a wide range of affiliated vendor resources, educational events, networking opportunities, and certification programs. For more information about HBMA or to contact a CHBME, visit

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