St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) March 15, 2013
RACmonitor, the premier provider of regulatory audit news and information, announces that on Monday, March 18, its long-running Monitor Monday live Internet radio broadcast will feature Gloria Jarmon, Deputy Inspector General for the Office of Audit Services in the Office of Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Ms. Jarmon is expected to discuss specific examples of identifying and reducing improper payments to Medicare and Medicaid and the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (IPERA) report. Jarmon's appearance on Monitor Monday marks the fifth time that a member of the OIG has been on the broadcast. The initial appearance was made by Daniel Levinson, the Inspector General, who appeared last April during a remote broadcast from the HCCA convention in Las Vegas.
Also featured on Monday’s broadcast are J. Paul Spencer, the Compliance Officer for Fi-Med Management, Inc.; Nancy Beckley, the President and CEO for Nancy Beckley and Associates; and Marge Klasa, DC, the Medical Director for Context 4 Healthcare. To listen to Monday’s broadcast, click here to register.
About Monitor Monday
More than 2,000 providers register to listen in to RACmonitor’s Monitor Monday to hear the latest recovery auditor news through a live, 30-minute Internet radio broadcast. Each week’s fast-paced newscast features industry thought leaders, newsmakers and subject matter experts. Plus, the weekly RAC roundup, the healthcare fraud report and special broadcasts from national conferences provide critical news on auditing and compliance issues. The live broadcast has limited space, so early registration is advised if you want to listen live. There is an on-demand recording of each Monitor Monday, available to individuals who prefer to listen to the broadcast at a later time or who are unable to attend live. Click here for more information.
RACmonitor, a division of Panacea Healthcare Solutions, Inc, is an online news and information source to help healthcare providers make informed decisions for their organizations on the activities of Recovery Audit Contractors — the congressionally mandated program under the auspices of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and administered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). RACmonitor is not affiliated with any governmental agency but is a source for healthcare providers in all settings.