Investigating Health Care Fraud in Montana
This is a one hour webinar focused on investigating health care fraud from a civil and criminal perspective. Megan Dishong, Assistant United States Attorney, discusses federal, civil investigative approaches while Chris McConnell, Assistant Attorney General, discusses state, criminal investigative approaches. 1.0 CLE Credit
Chris McConnell is an Assistant Attorney General assigned to the Montana Medicaid Fraud Control Unit. Chris prosecutes primarily Medicaid provider fraud and elder abuse for the State of Montana. Prior to working for the Montana Department of Justice, Chris was a deputy county attorney for Madison County, Montana.
Megan Dishong is an Assistant United States Attorney who focuses on civil matters, including civil healthcare fraud against the United States. She has been with the office since 2014. Prior to that, Ms. Dishong worked in private practice and served as a law clerk for both the Montana Supreme Court and United States District Court for the District of Montana.
Registration for this webinar is a two step process:
Once you register with the State Bar, please follow the link on the "Thank You" page to register with GoToWebinar, the only information needed will be your name and email address. The link for GoToWebinar will also be emailed the day before the seminar with the handouts / additional materials. This webinar is preapproved for 1 live CLE credit. Registration will be open until Wednesday evening prior to the webinar. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org