Clark Hill Attorneys Gregory W. Moore and Peter J. Domas Presented at the HCCA Managed Care Compliance Conference

Feb 12, 2014
Birmingham, MI – Clark Hill Birmingham attorneys Greg Moore and Peter Domas presented at the Health Care Compliance Association’s (HCCA) Managed Care Compliance Conference, held in Scottsdale, Arizona this week. Their presentation focused extensively on developing solutions for the challenges facing behavioral health providers and managed care organizations caused by the recent regulatory and economic changes facing the behavioral health industry.

Moore chairs Clark Hill’s National Healthcare and Behavioral Healthcare Practice Groups. These days he spends his time counseling clients on healthcare reform matters aimed at behavioral health and physical medicine integration, as well as surviving in the managed care world, navigating the growing number of regulatory trap doors and getting paid by government and other third parties.

Likewise, Domas’ career is focused extensively on the issues facing the healthcare and behavioral healthcare industries. Prior to entering the practice of law, he directed the Midwest’s contract compliance audit operations for a national service company whose clients include national, local and government insurance providers. Peter also is a certified public accountant in the State of Michigan and a registered certified public account in the State of Illinois.

Clark Hill’s Behavioral Healthcare Team represents behavioral healthcare providers in numerous states related to procurement, administrative law, contract disputes, licensing, claims disputes, Medicaid reimbursement matters, government regulatory compliance, malpractice defense, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) sanctions, fraud and abuse, qui tam actions, healthcare financing, creation and operation of managed care organizations, labor and employment law services and corporate compliance program development, education and maintenance. All team members are intimately familiar with government managed care contracts and the issues affecting providers generated through ongoing governmental regulation.

Clark Hill’s Behavioral Healthcare Team participates in the policy development groups that focus on creating methodologies to integrate the delivery of medical and behavioral health care. At Clark Hill you will find that the Behavioral Healthcare lawyers supply value added services to clients because their experience in the Behavioral Healthcare arena has been hands on.