Powers Counsel Steve Kuperberg presented on conducting internal investigations at The George Washington University as part of the university’s Healthcare Corporate Compliance Graduate Certificate program.
Steve’s presentation on September 12 explored the complexities of conducting internal investigations to ensure compliance with healthcare laws and regulations, including how corporate compliance officers can understand when to initiate an investigation and legal issues that could potentially be raised by investigations.
The Healthcare Corporate Compliance Graduate Certificate program includes education in healthcare statutes and regulations, and tools and strategies for creating, implementing and maintaining effective corporate compliance programs.
Steve’s presentation is part of the program’s opening five-day in-classroom residency, which is followed by a six-month Online Distance Learning segment. The presentation on internal investigations is vital to the program as it serves as the underpinning for the participants’ final exams, in which they simulate an internal investigation at their institutions.
Powers Counsel Steve Kuperberg represents clients in government criminal investigations and related civil litigation, particularly in matters alleging violations of the federal fraud and abuse laws, health care promotional practices laws, and antitrust laws.
His clients have included pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, insurance providers, prescription benefit managers, hospitals and higher education institutions, among others. Steve can be reached at 202-872-6764 or Steve.Kuperberg@PowersLaw.com.