OIG Training for IHS and Tribal Officials in South Dakota – April 27, 2017

    Protecting Indian Health and Human Services Programs and their Beneficiaries: The Basics of Health Care and Grants Management Compliance


    Many tribal programs receive funds from the Department of Health and Human Services. Have you ever wondered if you are meeting all the requirements to protect that revenue stream? If so, attend our upcoming conference, designed to give you the information you need. You will:

    • Learn how effective, robust compliance programs and internal controls protect federal funds and those who depend on federally funded programs.
    • Receive information on key components of an effective program to avoid violations of program requirements or applicable laws.
    • Hear about quality of care in delivering health services.
    • Learn about OIG’s role in preventing and detecting fraud, waste, and abuse in HHS programs, including diversion of funds and criminal violations, and our mission to protect the health and welfare of program beneficiaries.

    Who Should Attend:

    This conference is designed for officials and employees of the Indian Health Service Great Plains Area and of any Tribal organization in the Great Plains Area receiving HHS funds whose responsibilities include:

    • Protecting program funds,
    • Ensuring compliance with applicable regulations and laws,
    • Submitting claims to the Federal government,
    • Internal auditing and/or maintaining documentation, and/or
    • Overseeing the quality of services provided to beneficiaries

    You can register for the conference here.


    When: April 27, 2017

    Where: Crazy Horse Memorial, Crazy Horse, South Dakota