A-20: Proving Corrected Past Noncompliance to Reduce Risk

Federal per day civil money penalties (CMPs) can range from $107 to $6417 for actual harm deficiencies, and from $6,525 to $21,393 for immediate jeopardy.  Improve your chances of reducing state and federal CMPs by understanding what you need to document corrected past noncompliance.  Learn about common pitfalls involving internal plans of correction, and how best to avoid them.  Be prepared to demonstrate past noncompliance before the surveyors arrive, even in cases involving immediate jeopardy

Paula Sanders, Principal & Co-Chair, Health Care Practice Group, Post & Schell, PC

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