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CodeMap Compliance Briefing: How to Respond to Subpoenas

Editor's Welcome:

This week we continue our discussion on how to react when the federal government pays a visit to your institution. As previously stated, in these instances it is absolutely critical that health care professionals are aware of their rights and obligations in order to protect the interests of the health care provider organization and its employees, contractors, and owners. This week we offer advice on how to react to a subpoena, and next week we will conclude our discussion with instructions on how to react to a search warrant. As always, please feel free to forward any questions, concerns, or ideas for future CodeMap Compliance Briefings.

Sincerely,

Gregory Root, Esq.

How to React to a Subpoena

As was stated last week, often the first indication that a health care provider organization is under investigation is the arrival of one or more investigators at your organization's door. If the federal agent arrives with a subpoena, your organization has an even clearer notice that it is ....

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