What Hospice Boards Should Know about Government Investigations
There is increased activity for all types of government investigations of hospices. A government investigation is a stressful experience for hospice executives and boards. They can take years and impose financial and reputational burdens even though, in most cases, they are eventually resolved and the hospice can move on. In this 3-part series, Howard Young discusses:
- What types of investigations might a hospice encounter?
- What does a “typical” government investigation involve?
- What does a settlement look like?
- What is a board’s role during an investigation?
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