Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Matt Curley authored an article for McKnight’s Long-Term Care News outlining the government’s focused enforcement efforts in the long-term care industry. As Matt points out in the article, “[n]o sector of the long-term car industry has escaped scrutiny,” as hospice, home health and skilled nursing facilities have all been involved in False Claims Act (FCA) cases in the past year. The article outlines several key actions long-term care providers can implement to reduce the risk of involvement in a government investigation, such as evaluating the effectiveness of compliance training and others.

The full article, “Heightened Enforcement Environment for LTC,” was published by McKnight’s Long-Term Care News on June 3, 2016, and is available online.